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Microbubble size isolation by differential centrifugation
JA Feshitan, CC Chen, JJ Kwan, MA Borden
Journal of colloid and interface science 329 (2), 316-324, 2009
4162009
Microbubble-Size Dependence of Focused Ultrasound-Induced Blood–Brain Barrier Opening in Mice In Vivo
JJ Choi, JA Feshitan, B Baseri, S Wang, YS Tung, MA Borden, ...
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 57 (1), 145-154, 2009
2432009
The mechanism of interaction between focused ultrasound and microbubbles in blood-brain barrier opening in mice
YS Tung, F Vlachos, JA Feshitan, MA Borden, EE Konofagou
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 130 (5), 3059-3067, 2011
1642011
Effect of microbubble size on fundamental mode high frequency ultrasound imaging in mice
S Sirsi, J Feshitan, J Kwan, S Homma, M Borden
Ultrasound in medicine & biology 36 (6), 935-948, 2010
1612010
A microcomposite hydrogel for repeated on-demand ultrasound-triggered drug delivery
H Epstein-Barash, G Orbey, BE Polat, RH Ewoldt, J Feshitan, R Langer, ...
Biomaterials 31 (19), 5208-5217, 2010
1132010
Microbubble type and distribution dependence of focused ultrasound-induced blood–brain barrier opening
S Wang, G Samiotaki, O Olumolade, JA Feshitan, EE Konofagou
Ultrasound in medicine & biology 40 (1), 130-137, 2014
772014
Theranostic Gd (III)-lipid microbubbles for MRI-guided focused ultrasound surgery
JA Feshitan, F Vlachos, SR Sirsi, EE Konofagou, MA Borden
Biomaterials 33 (1), 247-255, 2012
602012
Systemic oxygen delivery by peritoneal perfusion of oxygen microbubbles
JA Feshitan, ND Legband, MA Borden, BS Terry
Biomaterials 35 (9), 2600-2606, 2014
562014
Ultrasound-modulated fluorescence based on fluorescent microbubbles
Y Liu, JA Feshitan, MY Wei, MA Borden, B Yuan
Journal of biomedical optics 19 (8), 085005, 2014
252014
Evaluation of peritoneal microbubble oxygenation therapy in a rabbit model of hypoxemia
ND Legband, JA Feshitan, MA Borden, BS Terry
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 62 (5), 1376-1382, 2015
242015
MEDICAL IMAGING CONTRAST DEVICES, METHODS, AND SYSTEMS
MA BORDEN, JA FESHITAN, EE KONOFAGOU, F VLACHOS
WO Patent WO/2012/019,172, 2012
20*2012
Magnetic resonance properties of Gd (III)-bound lipid-coated microbubbles and their cavitation fragments
JA Feshitan, MA Boss, MA Borden
Langmuir 28 (43), 15336-15343, 2012
82012
Isolation of microbubbles of selected size range from polydisperse microbubbles
MA Borden, JA Feshitan, C Chen, SR Sirsi, JJ Kwan
US Patent App. 13/044,224, 2011
82011
Ultrasound-modulated fluorescence based on donor-acceptor-labeled microbubbles
Y Liu, JA Feshitan, MY Wei, MA Borden, B Yuan
Journal of Biomedical Optics 20 (3), 036012, 2015
72015
Pressure and microbubble size dependence study of focused ultrasound-induced blood-brain barrier opening reversibility in vivo
G Samiotaki, F Vlachos, YS Tung, J Feshitan, M Borden, EE Konofagou
AIP Conference Proceedings 1481 (1), 300-306, 2012
62012
The Dependence of the Ultrasound‐Induced Blood‐Brain Barrier Opening Characteristics on Microbubble Size In Vivo
JJ Choi, JA Feshitan, S Wang, YS Tung, B Baseri, MA Borden, ...
AIP Conference Proceedings 1113 (1), 58-62, 2009
62009
Peritoneal microbubble oxygenation: an extrapulmonary respiration treatment in rabbits
N Legband, J Feshitan, M Borden, B Terry
Journal of Medical Devices 8 (3), 2014
42014
High-frequency ultrasound imaging of size-isolated microbubbles in mice
S Sirsi, J Feshitan, M Borden, S Homma
2009 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, 271-274, 2009
32009
Bubble dependence of the mechanism of FUS-induced blood-brain barrier opening in mice and in monkeys in vivo
YS Tung, F Marquet, T Teichert, V Ferrera, EE Konofagou
2011 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, 1898-1901, 2011
22011
Identifying the inertial cavitation threshold in a vessel phantom using focused ultrasound and microbubbles.
YS Tung, J Choi, S Wang, J Feshitan, M Borden, E Konofagou
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 124 (4), 2486-2486, 2008
22008
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