Anthony Dellinger

There are 11 included publications by Anthony Dellinger :

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Fullerene nanomaterials potentiate hair growth 2009 23 Hair loss is a common symptom resulting from a wide range of disease processes and can lead to stress in affected individuals. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of fullerene nanomaterials on hair growth. We used shaved mice as well ...
Fullerenes and their potential in nanomedicine 2015 1427 Carboxyfullerenes are closed carbon spheres which are being actively pursued globally for a wide range of applications. Their inherent properties and ability to be functionalized with side-chains results in nearly limitless new chemical structures ma...
Human Mast Cells from Adipose Tissue Target and Induce Apoptosis of Breast Cancer Cells 2019 15 2018-2019 UNCG University Libraries Open Access Publishing Fund Grant Winner.

Mast cells (MC) are important immune sentinels found in most tissue and widely recognized for their role as mediators of Type I hypersensitivity. However, they als...
Inhibition of inflammatory arthritis using fullerene nanomaterials 2015 11 Inflammatory arthritis (e.g. rheumatoid arthritis; RA) is a complex disease driven by the interplay of multiple cellular lineages. Fullerene derivatives have previously been shown to have anti-inflammatory capabilities mediated, in part, by their abi...
Liposomal formulation of amphiphilic fullerene antioxidants 2010 19 Novel amphiphilic fullerene[70] derivatives that are rationally designed to intercalate in lipid bilayers are reported, as well as its vesicular formulation with surprisingly high loading capacity up to 65% by weight. The amphiphilic C70 bisadduct fo...
A new steroid-mimicking nanomaterial that mediates inhibition of human lung mast cells responses 2014 6 Water-soluble fullerenes can be engineered to regulate activation of mast cells (MC) and control MC-driven diseases in vivo. To further understand their anti-inflammatory mechanisms a C70-based fullerene conjugated to four myo-inositol molecules (C70...
NF-kappaB Inhibitors that Prevent Foam Cell Formation and Atherosclerotic Plaque Accumulation 2017 6 The transformation of monocyte-derived macrophages into lipid-laden foam cells is one inflammatory process underlying atherosclerotic disease. Previous studies have demonstrated that fullerene derivatives (FDs) have inflammation-blunting properties. ...
The Role of Horseshoe Crabs in the Biomedical Industry and Recent Trends Impacting Species Sustainability 2018 14 Every year the Atlantic horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) arrives on shore to spawn, a sight once taken for granted. However, in addition to the gradual climate changes impacting all ecosystems, commercial demand from the widespread application of ...
Study Examining Fullerene Toxicity Raises Questions as to the Purity of the Nanomaterials and Erroneous Experimental Conclusions 2014 4 To the Editor, We are compelled to comment on a recent article in your journal “C60 Exposure Augments Cardiac Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury and Coronary Artery Contraction in Sprague Dawley Rats; 138(2), 365–378” by Thompson1 in which various conclusio...
A synthetic crustacean bait to stem forage fish depletion 2016 15 Crustaceans, such as crab and lobster, comprise an important global food commodity. They are captured in traps using primarily forage fish (e.g. anchovies, herring, and menhaden), as bait. Approximately 18 million tons of these fish are used annually...
Uptake and distribution of fullerenes in human mast cells 2010 9 Fullerenes are carbon cages of variable size that can be derivatized with various side chain moieties resulting in compounds that are being developed into nanomedicines. Although fullerene use in several preclinical in vitro and in vivo models of dis...