Raju Timsina
Raju Timsina
Ph.D. in Biophysics, George Washington University
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Development of 3D printable conductive hydrogel with crystallized PEDOT: PSS for neural tissue engineering
DN Heo, SJ Lee, R Timsina, X Qiu, NJ Castro, LG Zhang
Materials Science and Engineering: C 99, 582-590, 2019
Structure and interaction of graphene oxide–cetyltrimethylammonium bromide complexation
W Meng, E Gall, F Ke, Z Zeng, B Kopchick, R Timsina, X Qiu
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (36), 21135-21140, 2015
Structure-guided DNA–DNA attraction mediated by divalent cations
A Srivastava, R Timsina, S Heo, SW Dewage, S Kirmizialtin, X Qiu
Nucleic acids research 48 (13), 7018-7026, 2020
Touch-spun nanofibers for nerve regeneration
SJ Lee, D Asheghali, B Blevins, R Timsina, T Esworthy, X Zhou, H Cui, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 12 (2), 2067-2075, 2019
Interaction of alpha-crystallin with four major phospholipids of eye lens membranes
R Timsina, NK Khadka, D Maldonado, L Mainali
Experimental eye research 202, 108337, 2021
Attractive Interactions between DNA–Carbon Nanotube Hybrids in Monovalent Salts
X Qiu, F Ke, R Timsina, CY Khripin, M Zheng
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120 (25), 13831-13835, 2016
Mechanical properties of the high cholesterol-containing membrane: An AFM study
NK Khadka, R Timsina, E Rowe, M O'Dell, L Mainali
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 1863 (8), 183625, 2021
Association of alpha-crystallin with fiber cell plasma membrane of the eye lens accompanied by light scattering and cataract formation
R Timsina, L Mainali
Membranes 11 (6), 447, 2021
Interaction of alpha-crystallin with phospholipid membranes
L Mainali, WJ O’Brien, R Timsina
Current eye research 46 (2), 185-194, 2021
Cholesterol and cholesterol bilayer domains inhibit binding of alpha-crystallin to the membranes made of the major phospholipids of eye lens fiber cell plasma membranes
R Timsina, G Trossi-Torres, M O'Dell, NK Khadka, L Mainali
Experimental eye research 206, 108544, 2021
Alpha-Crystallin Association with the Model of Human and Animal Eye Lens-Lipid Membranes Is Modulated by Surface Hydrophobicity of Membranes
R Timsina, G Trossi-Torres, J Thieme, M O'Dell, NK Khadka, L Mainali
Current Eye Research 47 (6), 843-853, 2022
Alpha-Crystallin-Membrane Association Modulated by Phospholipid Acyl Chain Length and Degree of Unsaturation
G Trossi-Torres, R Timsina, L Mainali
Membranes 12 (5), 455, 2022
Atomic Force Microscopy Cantilever-Based Nanoindentation: Mechanical Property Measurements at the Nanoscale in Air and Fluid
AE Enrriques, S Howard, R Timsina, NK Khadka, AN Hoover, AE Ray, ...
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e64497, 2022
Membrane elasticity modulated by cholesterol in model of porcine eye lens-lipid membrane
NK Khadka, MF Mortimer, M Marosvari, R Timsina, L Mainali
Experimental Eye Research 220, 109131, 2022
Binding of Alpha-Crystallin to Cortical and Nuclear Lens Lipid Membranes Derived from a Single Lens
R Timsina, S Wellisch, D Haemmerle, L Mainali
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 23 (19), 11295, 2022
An AFM Approach Applied in a Study of α-Crystallin Membrane Association: New Insights into Lens Hardening and Presbyopia Development
NK Khadka, R Timsina, L Mainali
Membranes 12 (5), 522, 2022
Additive modulation of DNA-DNA interactions by interstitial ions
W Meng, R Timsina, A Bull, K Andresen, X Qiu
Biophysical Journal 118 (12), 3019-3025, 2020
Binding of βL-Crystallin with Models of Animal and Human Eye Lens-Lipid Membrane
P Hazen, G Trossi-Torres, NK Khadka, R Timsina, L Mainali
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 24 (17), 13600, 2023
α-Crystallin interacts with the model of human eye lens-lipid membrane via hydrophobic interaction
R Timsina, G Trossi-Torres, J Thieme, M O’Dell, N Khadka, L Mainali
Biophysical Journal 121 (3), 79a, 2022
Structure-Modulated Electrostatic Interactions between Nucleic Acid Helices
R Timsina
The George Washington University, 2020
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