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The Payne Lab is working to understand the underlying molecular mechanisms by which cells interact with materials. Recent developments in a broad range of scientific disciplines including microscopy, spectroscopy, cell biology, materials science, and structural biology have created a unique opportunity to probe this question directly. Students in the Payne Lab draw upon these scientific disciplines for a highly interdisciplinary research experience.
- Conducting polymer nanowires for control of local protein concentration in solution
- Heme protein-mediated synthesis of PEDOT:PSS: Enhancing conductivity by inhibiting heme degradation
- Mechanism of the biomolecular synthesis of PEDOT:PSS: importance of heme degradation by hydrogen peroxide
- Modeling the effect of nanoparticles and the bistability of transmembrane potential in nonexcitable cells