Katherine Ferrara
Katherine Ferrara
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Biomedical Engineering Handbook 2
JD Bronzino
Springer Science & Business Media, 2000
2786*2000
Ultrasound microbubble contrast agents: fundamentals and application to gene and drug delivery
K Ferrara, R Pollard, M Borden
Annu. Rev. Biomed. Eng. 9, 415-447, 2007
11942007
Experimental and theoretical evaluation of microbubble behavior: Effect of transmitted phase and bubble size
KE Morgan, JS Allen, PA Dayton, JE Chomas, AL Klibaov, KW Ferrara
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 47 …, 2000
4512000
Ultrasound contrast microbubbles in imaging and therapy: physical principles and engineering
S Qin, CF Caskey, KW Ferrara
Physics in medicine & biology 54 (6), R27, 2009
4132009
Mechanisms of contrast agent destruction
JE Chomas, P Dayton, J Allen, K Morgan, KW Ferrara
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 48 …, 2001
4122001
Optical and acoustical observations of the effects of ultrasound on contrast agents
PA Dayton, KE Morgan, AL Klibanov, GH Brandenburger, KW Ferrara
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 46 …, 1999
3511999
Acoustic radiation force in vivo: a mechanism to assist targeting of microbubbles
P Dayton, A Klibanov, G Brandenburger, K Ferrara
Ultrasound in medicine & biology 25 (8), 1195-1201, 1999
3331999
Threshold of fragmentation for ultrasonic contrast agents
JE Chomas, PA Dayton, DJ May, KW Ferrara
Journal of biomedical optics 6 (2), 141-150, 2001
3232001
Lipid-shelled vehicles: engineering for ultrasound molecular imaging and drug delivery
KW Ferrara, MA Borden, H Zhang
Accounts of chemical research 42 (7), 881-892, 2009
3192009
The magnitude of radiation force on ultrasound contrast agents
PA Dayton, JS Allen, KW Ferrara
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 112 (5), 2183-2192, 2002
3182002
Noninvasive imaging of inflammation by ultrasound detection of phagocytosed microbubbles
JR Lindner, PA Dayton, MP Coggins, K Ley, J Song, K Ferrara, S Kaul
Circulation 102 (5), 531-538, 2000
3052000
Targeted imaging using ultrasound
PA Dayton, KW Ferrara
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging: An Official Journal of the …, 2002
2962002
Ultrasound radiation force enables targeted deposition of model drug carriers loaded on microbubbles
AFH Lum, MA Borden, PA Dayton, DE Kruse, SI Simon, KW Ferrara
Journal of Controlled Release 111 (1-2), 128-134, 2006
2892006
Influence of lipid shell physicochemical properties on ultrasound-induced microbubble destruction
MA Borden, DE Kruse, CF Caskey, S Zhao, PA Dayton, KW Ferrara
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 52 …, 2005
2792005
Driving delivery vehicles with ultrasound
KW Ferrara
Advanced drug delivery reviews 60 (10), 1097-1102, 2008
2762008
Epoxy metabolites of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) inhibit angiogenesis, tumor growth, and metastasis
G Zhang, D Panigrahy, LM Mahakian, J Yang, JY Liu, KSS Lee, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 110 (16), 6530-6535, 2013
2612013
A preliminary evaluation of the effects of primary and secondary radiation forces on acoustic contrast agents
PA Dayton, KE Morgan, AL Klibanov, G Brandenburger, KR Nightingale, ...
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 44 …, 1997
2571997
Ultrasound molecular imaging of tumor angiogenesis with an integrin targeted microbubble contrast agent
CR Anderson, X Hu, J Tlaxca, AE Decleves, R Houghtaling, K Sharma, ...
Investigative radiology 46 (4), 215, 2011
2462011
Acoustically-active microbubbles conjugated to liposomes: characterization of a proposed drug delivery vehicle
A Kheirolomoom, PA Dayton, AFH Lum, E Little, EE Paoli, H Zheng, ...
Journal of Controlled Release 118 (3), 275-284, 2007
2402007
Evaluation of tumor angiogenesis with US: imaging, Doppler, and contrast agents
KW Ferrara, CRB Merritt, PN Burns, FS Foster, RF Mattrey, SA Wickline
Academic radiology 7 (10), 824-839, 2000
2302000
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