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Wang Research Group
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Theo W. Dreher (Oregon State University)

Todd Emrick (University of Massachusetts)

Byeongdu Lee (Argonne National Laboratory)

Xiaodong Li (University of South Carolina)

Catherine Murphy (University of South Carolina)

Thomas P. Russell (University of Massachusetts)

Zhaohui Su (Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Lin Yang (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
Research Groups in Bionanoparticle Technology
John E. Johnson

Marianne Manchester

S. Mann

Jonathan Trent

Mark Young

Kenneth Dawson

Vincent Rotello

Dave Evans

Amy Blum

Alexander A. Balandin

Angela Belcher

James N. Culver

Trevor Douglas

M. G. Finn

Matt Francis

Karen Wooley

Bogdan Dragnea

Nicole Steinmetz


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Bionanoparticle Related Literatures
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