Vi-Khanh Truong
Vi-Khanh Truong
College of Medicine and Public Health, Flinders University
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Natural bactericidal surfaces: mechanical rupture of Pseudomonas aeruginosa cells by cicada wings
EP Ivanova, J Hasan, HK Webb, VK Truong, GS Watson, JA Watson, ...
Small 8 (16), 2489, 2012
Bactericidal activity of black silicon
EP Ivanova, J Hasan, HK Webb, G Gervinskas, S Juodkazis, VK Truong, ...
Nature communications 4 (1), 2838, 2013
Biophysical model of bacterial cell interactions with nanopatterned cicada wing surfaces
S Pogodin, J Hasan, VA Baulin, HK Webb, VK Truong, V Boshkovikj, ...
Biophysical journal 104 (4), 835-840, 2013
The influence of nano-scale surface roughness on bacterial adhesion to ultrafine-grained titanium
VK Truong, R Lapovok, YS Estrin, S Rundell, JY Wang, CJ Fluke, ...
Biomaterials 31 (13), 3674-3683, 2010
Bacterial retention on superhydrophobic titanium surfaces fabricated by femtosecond laser ablation
E Fadeeva, VK Truong, M Stiesch, BN Chichkov, RJ Crawford, J Wang, ...
Langmuir 27 (6), 3012-3019, 2011
Surface topographical factors influencing bacterial attachment
RJ Crawford, HK Webb, VK Truong, J Hasan, EP Ivanova
Advances in colloid and interface science 179, 142-149, 2012
Graphene induces formation of pores that kill spherical and rod-shaped bacteria
VTH Pham, VK Truong, MDJ Quinn, SM Notley, Y Guo, VA Baulin, ...
ACS nano 9 (8), 8458-8467, 2015
Selective bactericidal activity of nanopatterned superhydrophobic cicada Psaltoda claripennis wing surfaces
J Hasan, HK Webb, VK Truong, S Pogodin, VA Baulin, GS Watson, ...
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 97, 9257-9262, 2013
Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Staphylococcus aureus Attachment Patterns on Glass Surfaces with Nanoscale Roughness
N Mitik-Dineva, J Wang, VK Truong, P Stoddart, F Malherbe, RJ Crawford, ...
Current microbiology 58, 268-273, 2009
Antibacterial titanium nano-patterned arrays inspired by dragonfly wings
CM Bhadra, V Khanh Truong, VTH Pham, M Al Kobaisi, G Seniutinas, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 16817, 2015
Tough and stretchable ionogels by in situ phase separation
M Wang, P Zhang, M Shamsi, JL Thelen, W Qian, VK Truong, J Ma, J Hu, ...
Nature materials 21 (3), 359-365, 2022
Antimicrobial metal nanomaterials: from passive to stimuli‐activated applications
S Cheeseman, AJ Christofferson, R Kariuki, D Cozzolino, T Daeneke, ...
Advanced Science 7 (10), 1902913, 2020
Impact of nanoscale roughness of titanium thin film surfaces on bacterial retention
EP Ivanova, VK Truong, JY Wang, CC Berndt, RT Jones, II Yusuf, I Peake, ...
Langmuir 26 (3), 1973-1982, 2010
Antibacterial Liquid Metals: Biofilm Treatment via Magnetic Activation
A Elbourne, S Cheeseman, P Atkin, NP Truong, N Syed, A Zavabeti, ...
ACS nano 14 (1), 802-817, 2020
Ultrasoft liquid metal elastomer foams with positive and negative piezopermittivity for tactile sensing
J Yang, D Tang, J Ao, T Ghosh, TV Neumann, D Zhang, Y Piskarev, T Yu, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 30 (36), 2002611, 2020
Bacterial-nanostructure interactions: The role of cell elasticity and adhesion forces
A Elbourne, J Chapman, A Gelmi, D Cozzolino, RJ Crawford, VK Truong
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 546, 192-210, 2019
Air-directed attachment of coccoid bacteria to the surface of superhydrophobic lotus-like titanium
VK Truong, HK Webb, E Fadeeva, BN Chichkov, AHF Wu, R Lamb, ...
Biofouling 28 (6), 539-550, 2012
Accelerated stem cell attachment to ultrafine grained titanium
Y Estrin, EP Ivanova, A Michalska, VK Truong, R Lapovok, R Boyd
Acta biomaterialia 7 (2), 900-906, 2011
Effect of ultrafine-grained titanium surfaces on adhesion of bacteria
VK Truong, S Rundell, R Lapovok, Y Estrin, JY Wang, CC Berndt, ...
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 83, 925-937, 2009
The multi-faceted mechano-bactericidal mechanism of nanostructured surfaces
EP Ivanova, DP Linklater, M Werner, VA Baulin, XM Xu, N Vrancken, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (23), 12598-12605, 2020
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