Denis Nilov, Pavel Kucheryavy, Verina Walker, Clayton Kidd, Vladimir L. Kolesnichenko and Galina Z. Goloverda* “Synthesis of 5-Substituted Derivatives of Isophthalic Acid as Non-Polymeric Amphiphilic Coating for Metal Oxide Nanoparticles”, Tetrahedron Letters, Volume 55, Issue 36, 2014, Pages 5078–5081
Harikrishna Devalapally, Feng Zhou, Jessica McDade, Galina Goloverda, Albert Owen, Ismael J. Hidalgo, and Svitlana Silchenko “Optimization of PEGylated Nanoemulsions for Improved Pharmacokinetics of BCS Class II Compounds”, Drug Delivery, 2014, in press, Online 2013: 1–8.
Harikrishna Devalapally, Svitlana Silchenko, Feng Zhou, Jessica McDade, Galina
Goloverda, Albert Owen, and Ismael J. Hidalgo “Evaluation of a Nanoemulsion Formulation Strategy for Oral Bioavailability Enhancement of Danazol in Rats and Dogs”, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2013, 102:3808–3815.
P. Kucheryavy, J. He, V.T. John, P. Maharjan, L. Spinu, G. Goloverda and V. Kolesnichenko, “Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles with Variable Size and Iron Oxidation State as Prospective Imaging Agents”, Langmuir, 2013, 29, 710-716.
I. V. Vasylenko, K. S. Gavrylenko, V. G. Il’yin, V. Golub, G. Goloverda, V. Kolesnichenko, A. W. Addison, V. V. Pavlishchuk, “The metamorphosis of heterometallic trinuclear antiferromagnetic complexes into nano-sized superparamagnetic spinels”, Materials Chemistry and Physics, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 121, 1-2, 47-52.
Galina Goloverda, Barry Jackson, Clayton Kidd and Vladimir Kolesnichenko, “Synthesis of the ultrasmall nanoparticles of magnetic iron oxides and study of their colloid and surface chemistry”, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2009, 321, 1372-1376.
Vladimir Kolesnichenko, Vincent Vu and Galina Goloverda, “Preparation of Colloidal Metals of Iron Group With Uncapped Surface in Polar Aprotic Medium”, Ukrainian Chemistry Journal, 2005, 69(11-12), 65-70.
D. Caruntu, G. Caruntu, Y. Chen, C. O’Connor, G. Goloverda and V. Kolesnichenko, “Synthesis of variable-sized nanocrystals of Fe3O4 with high surface reactivity”, Chemistry of Materials, 2004, 16 (25) 5527-5534.