Publications

JOURNAL THEME ISSUES

  1. Co-Editor (with Stavroula Sofou, Rutgers University), Special Journal Theme Issue ‘Nanomedicine: Therapeutics, Diagnostics, and Imaging’ Nano LIFE 2011. World Scientific Journals, Publisher.
  2. Co-Editor (with Mark E. Borden, U. Colorado), Special Journal Theme Issue on ‘Theranostic Biocolloids: Soft Matter Colloids for Imaging and Therapy’. Theranostics Ivyspring International, Publisher.

MINI-REVIEW EDITORIALS (NOT PEER-REVIEWED)

  1. Ramos, J., Taylor, D. J., and Rege, K.(*)
    Gold Nanoparticle Mediated Photo-Chemotherapy
    J. Nanomed. Nanotechnol. 2012; 3:8

EDITORIALS (NOT PEER-REVIEWED)

  1. Borden, M(*) and Rege, K.
    Theranostic Biocolloids: Soft Matter Colloids for Imaging and Therapy
    Thernostics
    2012; 2(12): 1115-1116.

 PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS FROM ASU (ASU AFFILIATION LISTED)

INVITED PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Urie, R., Ghosh, D., Ridha, I.(*) and Rege, K.
    Inorganic Nanomaterials for Tissue Repair and Regeneration
    Annu. Rev. Biomed. Eng.
    2018; 20: 353-374.
  2. Godeshala, S.(r) Nitiyanandan, R., Thompson, B., Goklany, S.(r), Nielsen, D. R. and Rege, K. (*)
    Folate Receptor-targeted Aminoglycoside-derived Polymers for Transgene Expression in Cancer Cells
    Bioeng Transl. Med, 2016.; 1: 220-231
  3. Pushpavanam, K.,(+)Narayanan, E.,(+) and Rege, K.(*)
    Molecular and Nanoscale Sensors for Detecting Ionizing Radiation in Radiotherapy
    ChemNanoMat, 2016; 2: 385-395.
    (+) Equal Contributions.
    Highlighted in Angewandte Chemie and Angewandte Chemie International Edition online.
  4. Urie, R. and Rege, K.(*)
    Nanoscale Inorganic Scaffolds as Therapeutics and Delivery Vehicles
    Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering, 2015; 7: 120–128.
    Professors Konstantinos Konstantopoulos and Tatiana Segura, Editors.
  5. Grandhi, T. S. P and Rege, K.(*)
    Design, Synthesis, and Functionalization of Nanomaterials for Therapeutic Drug Delivery
    Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. 2014; 811: 157-182
  6. Barua, S., Ramos, J., Potta, T.(r), Taylor, D., Huang, H-C., Montanez,G., and Rege, K.(*)
    Discovery of Cationic Polymers for Non-viral Gene Delivery using Combinatorial Approaches.
    Comb. Chem. High T. Scr. 2011; 14: 908-924.
    This article has received a Faculty of 1000 Biology Citation: http://f1000.com/2137022; FFa : 6.

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (NOT INVITED)

  1. Ghosh, D., Urie, R., Chang, A., Nitiyanandan, R., Lee, J.K., Kilbourne, J. Rege, K. (*)
    Light‐Activated Tissue‐Integrating Sutures as Surgical Nanodevices
    Adv. Healthcare Mater., 2019, Accepted for Publication.
  2. Zhen, Z.(+), Potta, T. (+)(r), Christensen, M. D., Narayanan, E., Kanagal, K. Breneman, C. M. (*), and Rege, K. (*)
    Accelerated Materials Discovery Using Chemical Informatics Investigation of Polymer Physicochemical Properties and Transgene Expression Efficacy
    ACS Biomater. Sci. Eng., 2019, 5; 654–669
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  3. Urie, R., Guo, G., Ghosh, D., Thelakkaden, M., Wong, V., Lee, J.-K., Kilbourne, J., Yarger, J. and Rege, K.(*)
    Adv. Funct. Mater. 2018; 180287
    4
    This manuscript was highlighted in several news outlets including but not limited to:
    NIBIB (NIH): https://www.nibib.nih.gov/news-events/newsroom/laser-activated-silk-sealants-outperform-sutures-tissue-repair
    IEEE Spectrum: https://spectrum.ieee.org/the-human-os/biomedical/devices/star-treklike-tech-seals-wounds-with-a-laser
    New Scientist: https://www.newscientist.com/article/2179515-bandages-laser-bonded-to-your-skin-may-fix-wounds-better-than-stitches/
  4. Christensen, M. D., Nitiyanandan, R., Meraji, S., Davis, R., Godeshala, S. (r), Goklany, S. Haynes, K. H., and Rege, K.(*)
    An Inhibitor Screen identifies Histone-modifying Enzymes as Mediators of Polymer-mediated Transgene Expression from Plasmid DNA.
    Control. Release, 2018; 286: 210-223.
  5. Dobos, A.(+), Grandhi, T. S. P.(+), Godeshala S. (r),Meldrum, D.R., and Rege, K.(*)
    Parallel Fabrication of Macroporous Hydrogel
    Biotechnol Bioeng. 2018; 11:1729-1742.
  6. Candiello, J. E., Grandhi, T.S.P. Goh, S. K., Rahmani Eliato, K., Ros, R., Kumta, P. N., Rege, K., and Banerjee, I.(*)   
    3D Heterogeneous Islet Organoid Generation from Human Embryonic Stem Cells using a Novel Engineered Hydrogel Platform. Biomaterials2018; 177: 27-39.
  7. Gandhi, N.S., Godeshala, S. (r), Koomoa-Lange, D. T., Miryala, B. (r), Rege, K., and Chougule. M.B. (*)
    Bioreducible Poly(Amino Ethers) Based mTOR siRNA Delivery for Lung Cancer
    Pharm. Res. 2018;35: 188.
  8. Lin, K.N., Grandhi, T.S.P., Goklany, S.(r), and Rege, K.(*)
    Chemotherapeutic Drug-Conjugated Aminoglycoside-derived Microbeads for Plasmid DNA Binding
    Biotechnol. J. 2018; 10:e1700701.
  9. Inamdar, S.(+), Pushpavanam, K.(+), Lentz, J. M., Bues, M., Anand A., and Rege, K.(*)
    Hydrogel Nanosensors for Colorimetric Detection and Dosimetry in Proton Beam Radiotherapy.
    ACS Appl. Mater. Inter., 2018;10: 3274-3281.
  10. Lin, K.N., Grandhi, T.S.P., Goklany, S.(r), and Rege, K.(*)
    Chemotherapeutic Drug-Conjugated Aminoglycoside-derived Microbeads for Plasmid DNA Binding
    Biotechnol. J. 2018; 10:e1700701.
  11. Akar, B., Pushpavanam, K., Narayanan, E., Rege, K. and Heys, J.J.(*)
    Mechanistic Investigation of Radiolysis-induced Gold Nanoparticle Formation for Radiation Dose Prediction.
    Biomed. Phys. Eng. Express, 2018; 4: 065011.
  12. Mushaben, M.(+), Urie, R.(+), Flake, T.(#), Jaffe, M., Rege, K., and Heys, J.J.(*)
    Spatiotemporal Modeling of Laser Tissue Soldering using Photothermal Nanocomposites.
    Lasers Surg. Med., 2018; 50: 143-152.
  13. Pushpavanam, K., Chang, J., Bista, T., Sapareto, S., and Rege, K.(*)
    Detection of Therapeutic Levels of Ionizing Radiation using Plasmonic Nanosensor Gels.
    Adv. Funct. Mater. 2017; 27, 1606724
    Spotlight in Nanowerk: http://www.nanowerk.com/spotlight/spotid=47253.php
  14. Grandhi, T.S.P., Potta, T.(r), Nitiyanandan, R., Deshpande, I., and Rege, K.(*)
    Chemomechanically Engineered 3D Organotypic Platforms of Bladder Cancer Dormancy and Reactivation.
    Biomaterials 2017; 142: 171-185.
  15. Raravikar, N.(*), Dobos, A., Narayanan, E., Grandhi, T. S. P., Mishra, S., Rege, K., and Goryll, M.(*)
    Investigation into Pseudo-Capacitance Behavior of Glycoside-containing Hydrogels.
    ACS Appl. Mater. Inter. 2017; 9: 3554–3561.
  16. Inamdar, S.(+), Nitiyanandan, R.(+) and Rege, K.(*)
    Emerging Applications of Exosomes in Cancer Therapeutics and Diagnostics.
    Bioeng Transl. Med., 2017; 2: 70–80.
  17. Pushpavanam, K., Chang, J., Sapareto, S., and Rege, K.(*)
    Polypeptide-facilitated Formation of Bimetallic Plasmonic Nanoparticles in Presence of Ionizing Radiation.
    NanoLIFE, 2017; 7: 1650006.
  18. Christensen, M. D. (+), Elmer, J. J. (r)(+), Barua, S.,Lehrman, J., Haynes, K., and Rege, K.(*)
    The Histone Deacetylase Inhibitor Entinostat Enhances Polymer-Mediated Transgene Expression in Cancer Cell Lines.
    (+)Equal Contributions.
    Biotechnol. Bioeng., 2016; 113: 1345–1356.
    Invited for Spotlight Article in the journal.
    Spotlight: “Inhibition of Histone-modifying Enzyme Improves Transgene Expression
  19. Miryala, B.(r) (+), Godeshala, S. (r) (+), Grandhi, T. S. P., Christensen, M. D., Tian, Y.,  and Rege, K.(*)
    Aminoglycoside-derived Amphiphilic Nanoparticles for Molecular Delivery.
    Coll. Surf. B: Biointerfaces, 2016; 146:924-37.
  20. Ramos, J. and Rege, K.(*)
    Comparative Investigation of Polymer and Gold Nanoparticle Vehicles for Transgene Delivery.
    NanoLIFE 2016; 06; 1641001
  21. Pushpavanam, K., Narayanan, E., Chang, J., Sapareto, S., and Rege, K.(*)
    A Colorimetric Plasmonic Nanosensor for Dosimetry of Therapeutic Levels of Ionizing Radiation.
    ACS Nano, 2015; 9: 11540–11550.
    This manuscript was featured on the ACS Nano website and was highlighted by the journal.
  22. Urie, R., Quraishi, S.(#), Jaffe, M. H., and Rege, K.(*)
    Gold Nanorod-Collagen Nanocomposites for Photothermal Welding of Ruptured Porcine Intestines.
    ACS Biomater. Sci. Eng., 2015; 1: 805–815.
  23. Miryala, B. (r), Zhen, Z., Potta, T. (r), Breneman, C. M., and Rege, K.(*)
    Parallel Synthesis and Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship (QSAR) Modeling of Aminoglycoside-derived Lipopolymers for Transgene Expression.
    ACS Biomater. Sci. Eng., 2015; 1: 656–668.
  24. Miryala, B. (r)(+), Feng, Y. (+), Omer, A.(#), Potta, T.(r), and Rege, K.(*)
    Quaternization Enhances Transgene Expression Efficacy of Aminoglycoside-derived Polymers.
    Int. J. Pharm. 2015; 489: 18-29.
  25. Christensen, M. D. (+), Elmer, J. J. (r)(+), Eaton, S., Gonzalez, L., LaBaer, J. and Rege, K.(*)
    Kinome-Level Screening Identifies Inhibition of Polo-Like Kinase-1 (PLK1) as a Target for Enhancing Non-Viral Transgene Expression.
    Control. Release 2015; 204: 20-29.
  26. Urie, R., Quraishi, S.(#), Jaffe, M. H., and Rege, K.(*)
    Gold Nanorod-Collagen Nanocomposites for Photothermal Welding of Ruptured Porcine Intestines.
    ACS Biomater. Sci. Eng., 2015; 1: 805–815.
  27. Pushpavanam, K., Santra, S., and Rege, K.(*)
    Biotemplating Plasmonic Nanoparticles using Intact Microfluidic Vasculature of Leaves.
    Langmuir 2014; 30: 14095-14103.
  28. Grandhi, T.S.P. , Mallik A., Lin, N. (#), Miryala, B. (r), Tian, Y., and Rege, K.(*)
    Aminoglycoside Antibiotic-derived Anion-exchange Microbeads for Plasmid DNA Binding and In-situ DNA Capture.
    ACS Appl. Mater. Inter. 2014; 6: 18577−18589.
  29. Potta, T. (r)(+), Zhen, Z.(+), Grandhi, T. S. P., Ramos J., Christensen, M., Breneman, C. M., and Rege, K.(*)
    Discovery of Antibiotics-derived Polymers for Transgene Expression using Combinatorial Synthesis and Cheminformatics Modeling.
    Biomaterials 2014; 35: 1977 – 1988.
  30. Ramos, J., Potta, T. (r), Scheideler O. (∞), and Rege, K.(*)
    Parallel Synthesis of Poly(amino ether)-templated Plasmonic Nanoparticles for Transgene Delivery.
    ACS Appl. Mater. Inter. 2014; 6: 14861-14873.
  31. Gosnell, H., Kasman, L. M., Potta, T. (r), Vu, L., Garrett-Mayer, E., Rege, K., and Voelkel-Johnson, C.(*)
    Polymer-Enhanced Delivery Increases Adenoviral Gene Expression in an Orthotopic Model of Bladder Cancer
    Control. Release 2014; 176: 35–43.
  32. Ramos, J., Potta, T. (r), Scheideler O. (∞), and Rege, K.(*)
    Parallel Synthesis of Poly(amino ether)-templated Plasmonic Nanoparticles for Transgene Delivery.
    ACS Appl. Mater. Inter. 2014; 6: 14861-14873.
  33. Grandhi, T.S.K., Potta, T. (r), Taylor, D.J., Johnson, R.J., Tian, Y. (*), Meldrum, D. and Rege, K.(*)
    Sensitizing Cancer Cells to TRAIL-induced Death using Micellar Delivery of Mitoxantrone.
    Nanomedicine-UK, 2014; Vol. 9: 1775-1788.
  34. Elmer, J. J. (r)(*), Christensen, M. D., and Rege, K.(*)
    Applying Horizontal Gene Transfer Phenomena to Enhance Efficacy of Non-Viral Gene Therapy.
    Control. Release 2013; 172:246-257.
  35. Ramos, J. and Rege, K.(*)
    Poly(aminoether)-Gold Nanorod Assemblies for Plasmid shRNA-induced Gene Silencing.
    Mol. Pharm. 2013; 10: 4107–4119.
  36. Walker, C. R.(+), Pushpavanam, K.(+), Nair, D.(+), Potta, T.(r), Sutiyoso, C., Kodibagkar, V. D., Sapareto, S., Chang. J., and Rege, K.(*)
    Generation of Polypeptide-Templated Gold Nanoparticles using Ionizing Radiation
    Control. Release 2013; 172:246-257.
  37. Elmer, J. J. (r)(*), Christensen, M. D., and Rege, K.(*)
    Applying Horizontal Gene Transfer Phenomena to Enhance Efficacy of Non-Viral Gene Therapy.
    Langmuir 2013; 29:  10166–10173.
  38. Huang, H-C, Walker, C. R., Nanda, A.(#), and Rege, K.(*)
    Laser Welding of Ruptured Intestinal Tissue Using Plasmonic Polypeptide Nanocomposite Solders.
    ACS Nano, 2013; 7: 2988-98.
    Highlighted in Scientific American, Chemical and Engineering News, and Tech News Daily.
    Highlighted as a success story by DTRA (funding agency): http://dtra.mil/research/ta5-success-stories/ta5-success-story-4
  39. Vu, L., Ramos J., Potta, T.(r), and Rege, K.(*)
    Generation of a Focused Poly(amino ether) Library: Polymer-mediated Transgene Delivery and Gold-Nanorod based Theranostic Systems.
    Theranostics, 2012; 2(12): 1160-1173.
  40. Ramos J. and Rege, K.(*)
    Transgene Delivery using Poly(aminoether)-Gold Nanorod Assemblies.
    Biotechnol. Bioeng., 2012; 109:1336-46.
  41. Huang, H-C., Nanda, A.(#), and Rege, K.(*)
    Investigation of Phase Separation Behavior and Formation of Plasmonic Nanocomposites from Polypeptide-Gold Nanorod Nanoassemblies.
    Langmuir, 2012; 28: 6645–6655.
  42. Kim, J., Taylor, D. J., Agrawal, N., Wang, H., Han, A., Rege, K.(*) and Jayaraman, A.(*)
    A Programmable Microfluidic Cell Array for Combinatorial Drug Screening
    Lab. Chip., 2012; 12: 1813 – 1822.
    This manuscript was selected in the ‘Research Highlights’ section of the journal.
  43. Labiano, A., Dai, M., Taylor, D. J., Young, W-S., Epps, T. H. III, Rege, K., and Vogt, B. D.(*)
    Slow Release Kinetics of Mitoxantrone from Ordered Mesoporous Carbon Films.
    Micropor Mesopor Mat.2012; 160: 143-150.
  44. Sanyal, S., Huang, H-C.,Rege, K., and Dai, L. L.(*)
    Thermoresponsive Composite Nanoparticles Synthesized via One-Step Pickering Emulsion Polymerization for Controlled Drug Delivery.
    Nanomedic. Nanotechnol. 2011; 2: 126.
    This manuscript is among the most highly viewed in the journal.
  45. Taylor, D. J., Parsons, C. E.(#), Han, H., Jayaraman A., and Rege, K.(*)
    Parallel Screening of FDA-Approved Antineoplastic Drugs for Identifying Sensitizers of TRAIL-Induced Apoptosis in Cancer Cells.
    BMC Cancer. 2011; 11: 470.
    This manuscript is rated ‘highly accessed’ and was in the top ten accessed articles in the journal thirty days following publication.
  46. Huang, H-C., Barua, S., Sharma, G., Dey, S. K., and Rege, K.(*)
    Inorganic Nanoparticles for Cancer Imaging and Therapy.
    Control. Release 2011; 155: 344-57.
    This manuscript is among the most downloaded articles from the journal
    The manuscript is rated as ‘highly cited paper’ on the ISI Citation Database (“top 1% of its academic field based on a highly cited threshold for the field and publication year”)
  47. Huang, H-C., Yang, Y., Nanda, A.(#), Koria, P., and Rege, K.(*)
    Synergistic Administration of Photothermal Therapy and Chemotherapy to Cancer Cells using Polypeptide-based Degradable Plasmonic Matrices.
    Nanomedicine-UK 2011; 6: 459-473.
  48. Barua, S. and Rege, K.(*)
    The Influence of Mediators of Intracellular Trafficking on Transgene Expression Efficacy of Polymer-Plasmid DNA Complexes.
    Biomaterials 2010;31: 5894-5902.
  49. Huang, H-C., Rege, K.(*), and Heys, J.J.(*).
    Spatiotemporal Temperature Distribution and Cancer Cell Death in Response to Extracellular Hyperthermia Induced by Gold Nanorods.
    ACS Nano 2010; 4: 2892-2900.
  50. Barua, S. (+), Bullard, R.S. (r) (+), Gamboa, J. (#), Banerjee, I., Yarmush M. L.(*), and Rege, K.(*)
    Lytic Peptide-Mediated Sensitization of TRAIL-Resistant Prostate Cancer Cells to Death Receptor Agonists.
    Cancer Lett. 2010; 293: 240-253.
    (+)Equal Contributions.
  51. Rege, K.(*) and Heng, M.
    Miniaturized Parallel Screens to Identify Chromatographic Steps Required for Recombinant Protein Purification.
    Nature Protoc. 2010; 5: 408-417.
    This article has received a Faculty of 1000 Biology Citation: http://f1000.com/2137022; FFa : 6.
  52. Huang, H-C., Ramos, J., Grandhi, T.S.P., Potta, T.(r), and Rege, K.(*)
    Gold Nanoparticles in Cancer Imaging and Therapeutics.
    Nano LIFE 2010; 1: 289-307.
  53. Chavez, V. L., Song, L., Barua, S., Li, X., Zhao, D., Rege, K., Vogt, B.D.(*)
    Impact of Nanopore Morphology on Osteoblast Viability on Mesoporous Polymer and Carbon Surfaces.
    Acta Biomater. 2010; 6: 3035-3043.
  54. Lin, K. C., Kunduru, V., Bothara, M., Rege, K., Prasad. S.(*), and Ramakrishna B.L.(*)
    Biogenic Nanoporous Silica-Based Sensor for Enhanced Electrochemical Detection of Cardiovascular Biomarkers Proteins.
    Biosens. Bioelectron. 2010; 25: 2336-2342.
  55. Ma, H., Luo, M., Sanyal, S., Rege, K., and Dai, L. L.(*)
    The One-Step Pickering Emulsion Polymerization Route for Synthesizing Organic-Inorganic Nanocomposite Particles.
    Materials. 2010; 3: 1186-1202.
  56. Chung, W-K., Evans, S. T., Freed, A. S., Keba, J. J., Baer, Z. C., Rege, K., and Cramer, S. M.(*)
    Impact of Nanopore Morphology on Osteoblast Viability on Mesoporous Polymer and Carbon Surfaces.
    Acta Biomater. 2010; 6: 3035-3043.
  57. Chavez, V. L., Song, L., Barua, S., Li, X., Zhao, D., Rege, K., Vogt, B.D.(*)
    Utilization of Lysozyme Charge Ladders to Examine the Effects of Protein Surface Charge Distribution on Binding Affinity in Ion Exchange Systems.
    Langmuir 2010; 26: 759-768.
  58. Huang, H-C., Barua, S., Kay, D. B.(#), and Rege, K.(*)
    Simultaneous Enhancement of Photothermal Stability and Gene Delivery Efficacy of Gold Nanorods using Polyelectrolytes.
    ACS Nano. 2009; 3: 2941-2952.
  59. Gulla, S., Sharma, G., Borbat, P., Freed, J., Benedikt, M., Holt, N., Ghimire, H., Lorigan, G., Rege, K., Mavroidis, C., and Budil, D. E.(*)
    Molecular-Scale Force Measurement in a Coiled-Coil Peptide Dimer by Electron Spin Resonance.
    Am. Chem. Soc. 2009; 131: 5374–5375.
  60. Kasman, L. M., Barua, S., Lu, P., Rege, K.(*), and Voelkel-Johnson, C.(*)
    Polymer-enhanced Adenoviral Transduction of CAR-negative Bladder Cancer Cells.
    Mol. Pharm. 2009; 6: 1612-1619.
  61. Barua, S., Joshi, A., Banerjee, A., Matthews, D.(#), Sharfstein, S. T., Cramer, S. M., Kane, R. S.(*), and Rege, K.(*)
    Parallel Synthesis and Screening of Polymers for Non-Viral Gene Delivery.
    Mol. Pharm. 2009; 6: 86-97.
  62. Barua, S. and Rege, K.(*)
    Cancer Cell Phenotype Dependent Differential Intracellular Trafficking of Unconjugated Quantum Dots.
    Small 2009; 5: 370-376.
    Faculty of 1000 Biology Citation: http://f1000biology.com/article/id/1139087/evaluation; FFa: 7
  63. Burdick, J., Alonas, E., Huang, H-C., Rege, K.(*), and Wang, J.(*)
    High-Throughput Templated Multisegment Synthesis of Gold Nanowires and Nanorods.
    Nanotechnology 2009; 20: 65306.
    Highlighted on Nanotechweb.org: http://nanotechweb.org/cws/article/lab/37785.
  64. Sharma, G., Rege, K., Budil, D. E., Yarmush, M. L., and Mavroidis, C.(*)
    Biological Force Measurement in a Protein-based Nanoactuator
    IEEE Trans. Nanotechnol. 2009;8: 684-691.
    Figure from Article Selected as Cover Image
  65. Sharma, G., Rege, K., Budil, D. E., Yarmush, M. L., and Mavroidis, C.(*)
    Reversible pH-controlled DNA Binding Peptide Nano-Tweezers: An In- Silico Study.
    Int. J. Nanomed. 2008, 3: 505–521.

  66. Huang, H-C., Koria, P., Parker, S. M.(#), Selby, L., Megeed, Z., and Rege, K.(*)
    Optically Responsive Gold Nanorod-Polypeptide Assemblies.
    Langmuir 2008, 24 (24): 14139–14144.
  67. Li, X., Barua, S., Rege, K., and Vogt, B.D.(*)
    Tuning Stability of Mesoporous Silica Films under Biologically Relevant Conditions through Processing with Supercritical CO2.
    Langmuir 2008; 24:11935-41.

PUBLICATIONS PRIOR TO ASU

  1. Sharma, G., Rege, K., Budil, D. E., Yarmush, M. L. and Mavroidis, C.(*)
    Computational Studies of a Protein Based Nanoactuator for Nanogripping Applications.
    Int. J. Robot. Res. 2009; 28: 421–435.
  2. Rege, K., Patel, S. J., Megeed, Z., and Yarmush, M. L.(*)
    Amphipathic Peptide-based Fusion Peptides and Immunoconjugates for the Targeted Ablation of Prostate Cancer Cells.
    Cancer Res. 2007; 67: 6368-6375.
  3. Banta, S.(+), Megeed, Z.(+), Casali, M., Rege, K., and Yarmush, M. L.(*)
    Engineering Protein and Peptide Building Blocks for Nanotechnology.
    Nanosci. Nanotechnol.2007; 7: 387–401.
    (+)Equal contributions.
  4. Rege, K., Pepsin, M., Falcon, F., Steele, L., and Heng, M.(*)
    High-Throughput Process Development for Purification of Recombinant Proteins.
    Biotechnol. Bioeng. 2006; 93: 618-630.
  5. Rege, K., Viswanathan, G., Zhu, G. Y., Vijayaraghavan, A., Ajayan, P. M., and Dordick, J. S.(*)
    In Vitro Transcription and Protein Translation from Carbon Nanotube-DNA Assemblies.
    Small 2006; 2: 718-722.
  6. Rege, K.(+), Ladiwala, A.(+), and Cramer S. M.(*)
    Multi-Dimensional High-Throughput Screening of Displacers.
    Anal. Chem.2005; 77: 6818-6827.
    (+)Equal Contributions.
  7. Rege, K., Ladiwala, A., Hu, S., Breneman C. M., Dordick, J. S., and Cramer S. M.(*)
    Investigation of DNA-Binding Properties of an Aminoglycoside-Polyamine Library using Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship (QSAR) Models.
    Chem. Info. Mod. 2005; 45: 1854-1863.
  8. Ladiwala, A.(+), Rege, K.(+), Breneman, C. M., and Cramer, S. M.(*)
    A priori Prediction of Adsorption Isotherm Parameters and Chromatographic Behavior in Ion-Exchange Systems.
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA.2005; 102: 11710–11715.
    (+) Equal Contributions.
    Featured in The Scientist (November 7, 2005)
  9. Rege, K., Hu, S., Moore, J. A., Dordick, J. S., and Cramer, S. M.(*)
    Chemoenzymatic Synthesis and Parallel Screening of an Aminoglycoside-Polyamine Library: Identification of High Affinity Displacers and DNA-Binding Ligands.
    Am. Chem. Soc.2004; 126: 12306 – 12315.
  10. Rege, K., Ladiwala, A., Tugcu, N., Breneman, C. M., and Cramer, S. M.(*)
    Parallel Screening of Selective and High-Affinity Displacers for Proteins in Ion-Exchange Systems.
    Chromatogr. A2004; 1033: 19-28.
  11. Ladiwala, A, Rege, K., Breneman, C. M., and Cramer, S. M.(*)
    Investigation of Mobile Phase Salt Type Effects on Protein Retention and Selectivity in Cation Exchange Systems using Quantitative Structure-Retention Relationship Models.
    Langmuir 2003; 19: 8443-8454.
  12. Rege, K., Raravikar, N., Kim, D.Y., Schadler, L. S., Ajayan, P. M., and Dordick, J. S.(*)
    Enzyme-Polymer-Single Walled Carbon Nanotube Composites as Biocatalytic Films.
    Nano Lett. 2003; 3: 829-832.
  13. Rege, K., Tugcu, N., and Cramer, S.M.(*)
    Predicting Column Performance in Displacement Chromatography from High Throughput Screening Experiments.
    Sep. Sci. Tech.2003; 38: 1499-1519.
  14. Mazza, C. B. (+), Rege, K. (+), Breneman, C. M., Sukumar, N., Dordick, J. S., and Cramer, S. M.(*)
    High Throughput Screening and Quantitative Structure-Efficacy Relationship Models of Potential Displacer Molecules for Ion-Exchange Systems.
    Biotechnol. Bioeng.2002; 80: 60-73.
    (+) Equal Contributions.
  15. Pydi Setty, Y.(*), Rege, K., and Sastry, C.
    A Model for Residence Time Distribution of Solids in a Fluidized Bed. Indian Chem. Eng.2002; 44: 246-251.