Ekaterina Naumenko
Ekaterina Naumenko
Verified email at kpfu.ru
Cited by
Cited by
Enzyme-activated intracellular drug delivery with tubule clay nanoformulation
MR Dzamukova, EA Naumenko, YM Lvov, RF Fakhrullin
Scientific Reports 5, 10560, 2015
Clay nanotube–biopolymer composite scaffolds for tissue engineering
EA Naumenko, ID Guryanov, R Yendluri, YM Lvov, RF Fakhrullin
Nanoscale 8 (13), 7257-7271, 2016
Paclitaxel encapsulated in halloysite clay nanotubes for intestinal and intracellular delivery
R Yendluri, Y Lvov, MM de Villiers, V Vinokurov, E Naumenko, ...
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 106 (10), 3131-3139, 2017
Cell surface engineering with polyelectrolyte-stabilized magnetic nanoparticles: a facile approach for fabrication of artificial multicellular tissue-mimicking clusters
MR Dzamukova, EA Naumenko, EV Rozhina, AA Trifonov, RF Fakhrullin
Nano Research 8 (8), 2515-2532, 2015
Cryogel composites based on hyaluronic acid and halloysite nanotubes as scaffold for tissue engineering
SS Suner, S Demirci, B Yetiskin, R Fakhrullin, E Naumenko, O Okay, ...
International journal of biological macromolecules 130, 627-635, 2019
Cytocompatibility and uptake of polycations-modified halloysite clay nanotubes
E Tarasova, E Naumenko, E Rozhina, F Akhatova, R Fakhrullin
Applied Clay Science 169, 21-30, 2019
Aerobic degradation of 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene by the yeast strain Geotrichum candidum AN-Z4
AM Ziganshin, R Gerlach, EA Naumenko, RP Naumova
Microbiology 79 (2), 178-183, 2010
Surface-modified magnetic human cells for scaffold-free tissue engineering
MR Dzamukova, EA Naumenko, NI Lannik, RF Fakhrullin
Biomaterials Science 1 (8), 810-813, 2013
Nano-labelled cells—a functional tool in biomedical applications
EA Naumenko, MR Dzamukova, GI Fakhrullina, FS Akhatova, ...
Current Opinion in Pharmacology 18, 84-90, 2014
Hydride-mediated reduction of 2, 4, 6-trinitrotoluene by yeasts as the way to its deep degradation
AM Ziganshin, AV Naumov, ES Suvorova, EA Naumenko, RP Naumova
Microbiology 76 (6), 676-682, 2007
Species‐specific differences in peroxisome proliferation, catalase, and SOD2 upregulation as well as toxicity in human, mouse, and rat hepatoma cells induced by the explosive …
EA Naumenko, B Ahlemeyer, E Baumgart‐Vogt
Environmental toxicology 32 (3), 989-1006, 2017
Magnetically functionalized cells: fabrication, characterization, and biomedical applications
EA Naumenko, MR Dzamukova, RF Fakhrullin, E Katz
Implantable bioelectronics, 2014
Halloysite nanoclay/biopolymers composite materials in tissue engineering
E Naumenko, R Fakhrullin
Biotechnology journal 14 (12), 1900055, 2019
Tubular nanocontainers for drug delivery
Y Darrat, E Naumenko, G Cavallaro, G Lazzara, Y Lvov, R Fakhrullin
Materials Nanoarchitectonics, 85-108, 2018
Multicellular spheroids formation: the synergistic effects of halloysite nanoclay and cationic magnetic nanoparticles
E Rozhina, S Batasheva, M Gomzikova, E Naumenko, R Fakhrullin
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 565, 16-24, 2019
Spatial manipulation of magnetically-responsive nanoparticle engineered human neuronal progenitor cells
I Guryanov, E Naumenko, S Konnova, M Lagarkova, S Kiselev, ...
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine 20, 102038, 2019
Toxicological evaluation of clay nanomaterials and polymer–clay nanocomposites
EA Naumenko, RF Fakhrullin
Functional Polymer Composites with Nanoclays, 399-419, 2016
Halloysite nanotubes is a promising bio-compatible material for «smart» composites with encapsulation of biologically active substances
EV Rozhina, AA Danilushkina, EA Naumenko, UM Lvov, RF Fahrullin
Geny i Kletki 9 (3), 25-28, 2014
Direct deposition of Nanomaterials onto cells
AI Zamaleeva, RT Minullina, JR Tully, MR Dzamukova, SA Konnova, ...
Cell Surface Engineering, 28-47, 2014
Polymer-stabilised magnetic nanoparticles do not affect the viability of magnetically-functionalised cells.
MR Dzamukova, EA Naumenko, EY Zakirova, RA Dzamukov, ...
Cellular Transplantation & Tissue Engineering 7 (3), 2012
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20