P T Vernier
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Calcium bursts induced by nanosecond electric pulses
PT Vernier, Y Sun, L Marcu, S Salemi, CM Craft, MA Gundersen
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 310 (2), 286-295, 2003
Nanoelectropulse-driven membrane perturbation and small molecule permeabilization
PT Vernier, Y Sun, MA Gundersen
BMC cell biology 7, 1-16, 2006
pH-sensitive photoluminescence of CdSe/ZnSe/ZnS quantum dots in human ovarian cancer cells
YS Liu, Y Sun, PT Vernier, CH Liang, SYC Chong, MA Gundersen
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111 (7), 2872-2878, 2007
Life cycle of an electropore: field-dependent and field-independent steps in pore creation and annihilation
ZA Levine, PT Vernier
The Journal of membrane biology 236, 27-36, 2010
Nanoelectropulse-induced phosphatidylserine translocation
PT Vernier, Y Sun, L Marcu, CM Craft, MA Gundersen
Biophysical journal 86 (6), 4040-4048, 2004
Effects of high voltage nanosecond electric pulses on eukaryotic cells (in vitro): A systematic review
TB Napotnik, M Reberšek, PT Vernier, B Mali, D Miklavčič
Bioelectrochemistry 110, 1-12, 2016
In vitro and in vivo evaluation and a case report of intense nanosecond pulsed electric field as a local therapy for human malignancies
EB Garon, D Sawcer, PT Vernier, T Tang, Y Sun, L Marcu, MA Gundersen, ...
International journal of cancer 121 (3), 675-682, 2007
Nanosecond electric pulses cause mitochondrial membrane permeabilization in Jurkat cells
TB Napotnik, YH Wu, MA Gundersen, D Miklavčič, PT Vernier
Bioelectromagnetics 33 (3), 257-264, 2012
Nanopore formation and phosphatidylserine externalization in a phospholipid bilayer at high transmembrane potential
PT Vernier, MJ Ziegler, Y Sun, WV Chang, MA Gundersen, DP Tieleman
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (19), 6288-6289, 2006
Nanopore-facilitated, voltage-driven phosphatidylserine translocation in lipid bilayers—in cells and in silico
PT Vernier, MJ Ziegler, Y Sun, MA Gundersen, DP Tieleman
Physical Biology 3 (4), 233, 2006
Multiple nanosecond electric pulses increase the number but not the size of long-lived nanopores in the cell membrane
AG Pakhomov, E Gianulis, PT Vernier, I Semenov, S Xiao, ...
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 1848 (4), 958-966, 2015
Nanosecond electric pulse-induced calcium entry into chromaffin cells
PT Vernier, Y Sun, MT Chen, MA Gundersen, GL Craviso
Bioelectrochemistry 73 (1), 1-4, 2008
Electroporating fields target oxidatively damaged areas in the cell membrane
PT Vernier, ZA Levine, YH Wu, V Joubert, MJ Ziegler, LM Mir, ...
PloS one 4 (11), e7966, 2009
Interface water dynamics and porating electric fields for phospholipid bilayers
MJ Ziegler, PT Vernier
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 112 (43), 13588-13596, 2008
Nanosecond pulsed plasma dental probe
C Jiang, MT Chen, A Gorur, C Schaudinn, DE Jaramillo, JW Costerton, ...
Plasma Processes and Polymers 6 (8), 479-483, 2009
Ultrashort pulsed electric fields induce membrane phospholipid translocation and caspase activation: differential sensitivities of Jurkat T lymphoblasts and rat glioma C6 cells
PT Vernier, A Li, L Marcu, CM Craft, MA Gundersen
IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation 10 (5), 795-809, 2003
Nanosecond Electric Pulses: A Novel Stimulus for Triggering Ca2+ Influx into Chromaffin Cells Via Voltage-Gated Ca2+ Channels
GL Craviso, S Choe, P Chatterjee, I Chatterjee, PT Vernier
Cellular and molecular neurobiology 30, 1259-1265, 2010
Nanosecond pulsed electric fields perturb membrane phospholipids in T lymphoblasts
PT Vernier, Y Sun, L Marcu, CM Craft, MA Gundersen
FEBS letters 572 (1-3), 103-108, 2004
Pulsed Atmospheric-Pressure Cold Plasma for Endodontic Disinfection
C Jiang, MT Chen, C Schaudinn, A Gorur, PT Vernier, JW Costerton, ...
IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science 37 (7), 1190-1195, 2009
Basic features of a cell electroporation model: illustrative behavior for two very different pulses
RS Son, KC Smith, TR Gowrishankar, PT Vernier, JC Weaver
The Journal of membrane biology 247 (12), 1209-1228, 2014
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