Book Section

  1. Role of protein corona on nanoparticle-mediated organ and cell-targeted delivery. Q. Xu, S.K. Rajendrakumar & J. Khirallah. in Encyclopedia of Nanomaterials (First Edition) (eds. Y. Yin, Y. Lu & Y. Xia) 506-518 (Elsevier, Oxford, 2023). DOI
  2. Introduction: Nanomaterials for biomedicine. Q. Xu & X. Gao. in Encyclopedia of Nanomaterials (First Edition) (eds. Y. Yin, Y. Lu & Y. Xia) 339 (Elsevier, Oxford, 2023). DOI
  3. Biophysical Methods for the Studies of Protein-Lipid/Surfactant Interactions. S. Sun, C.I. Neufeld, R.F. Latypov, B. Perez-Ramirez & Q. Xu. in Recent Progress in Colloid and Surface Chemistry with Biological Applications, Vol. 1215 355-375 (American Chemical Society, 2015). DOI
  4. Chapter Ten – Nonviral gene editing in cancer immunotherapy. Y. Li & Q. Xu. in Systemic Drug Delivery Strategies (eds. M.M. Amiji & L.S. Milane) 257-272 (Academic Press, 2022). DOI
  5. Chemical Modification of Proteins and Their Intracellular Delivery Using Lipidoid Nanoparticles. Y. Li, Z. Glass & Q. Xu. in Methods Mol Biol, Vol. 2394 555-573 (2022). DOI
  6. Combinatorial Cationic Lipid Library Synthesis for Drug Delivery. S. Altinoglu & Q. Xu. in Perspectives in Micro- and Nanotechnology for Biomedical Applications 125-152 (IMPERIAL COLLEGE PRESS, 2015). DOI
  7. BIOINSPIRED FABRICATION OF NANOSTRUCTURES FROM TISSUE SLICES. K. Alberti & Q. Xu. in Handbook of Biomimetics and Bioinspiration, Vol. Volumes 9 1-16 (WORLD SCIENTIFIC, 2012). DOI