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Chest Pain During Chemotherapy: A Case of Severe Myocardial Bridging [Case Report]

Mukhopadhyay, Amrita; Faridi, Kamil F; Asnani, Aarti; Osborn, Eric A; Yang, Jesse X; Phillips, Colin T; York, Meghan
A cancer patient presented with acute chest pain at rest 40 hours after IV fluorouracil infusion. Angiography showed evidence of myocardial bridging.
PMCID:6247798
PMID: 29958181
ISSN: 1557-2501
CID: 5262832

RACIAL AND INSURANCE DISPARITIES AMONG PATIENTS PRESENTING EMERGENTLY WITH CHEST PAIN: ARE WE IMPROVING? [Meeting Abstract]

Mukhopadhyay, Amrita; D\Angelo, Robert N.; Senser, Ethan; Whelan, Kyle; Wee, Christina C.; Mukamal, Kenneth J.
ISI:000442641401179
ISSN: 0884-8734
CID: 5263692

CARDIAC SARCOIDOSIS PRESENTING WITH ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION AND VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION [Meeting Abstract]

Mukhopadhyay, Amrita; Klinger, Amanda; Faridi, Kamil; Godishala, Anuradha; Pinto, Duane; Zimetbaum, Peter; Feinberg, Loryn
ISI:000429659704200
ISSN: 0735-1097
CID: 5263682

Web Exclusives. Annals Graphic Medicine: Doctor and Patient

Mukhopadhyay, Amrita
PMID: 26322712
ISSN: 1539-3704
CID: 5262822

Effect of gold nanosphere surface chemistry on protein adsorption and cell uptake in vitro

Mukhopadhyay, Amrita; Grabinski, Christin; Afrooz, A R M Nabiul; Saleh, Navid B; Hussain, Saber
Gold nanoparticles exhibit unique spectral properties that make them ideal for biosensing, imaging, drug delivery, and other therapeutic applications. Interaction of gold nanoparticles within biological environments is dependent on surface characteristics, which may rely on particular capping agents. In this study, gold nanospheres (GNS) synthesized with different capping agents--specifically citric acid (CA) and tannic acid (TA)--were compared for serum protein adsorption and cellular uptake into a lung epithelial cell line (A549). Both GNS samples exhibited noticeable protein adsorption based on surface charge data after exposure to serum proteins. Light scattering measurements revealed that GNS-CA-protein composites were smaller and less dense compared to GNS-TA-protein composites. The cell uptake characteristics of these nanoparticles were also different. GNS-CA formed large clusters and elicited high uptake, while GNS-TA were taken up as discrete particles, possibly through nonendosomal mechanisms. These results indicate that the capping agents used for GNS synthesis result in unique biological interactions.
PMID: 22547299
ISSN: 1559-0291
CID: 5262812