David Tai Leong focuses on Nanotechnology, Nanoclusters, Cell biology, Photochemistry and Luminescence. His study of Nanomedicine is a part of Nanotechnology. His work deals with themes such as Nanoparticle, Antimicrobial, Glutathione, Stereochemistry and Combinatorial chemistry, which intersect with Nanoclusters.
His work on Metal nanoparticles as part of general Nanoparticle study is frequently connected to Etching, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Cell biology research includes elements of Endothelial stem cell, VE-cadherin, Apoptosis and Cellular differentiation. His work is dedicated to discovering how Photochemistry, Aggregation-induced emission are connected with Copper nanoclusters and other disciplines.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Nanotechnology, Cell biology, Biophysics, Nanoclusters and Nanoparticle. His work deals with themes such as Biocompatibility and DNA, which intersect with Nanotechnology. David Tai Leong combines subjects such as Adipose tissue, Cell and Molecular biology with his study of Cell biology.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Oxidative stress, DNA damage, Cytotoxicity, Programmed cell death and In vivo. His Nanoclusters research incorporates elements of Luminescence, Photochemistry, Antimicrobial and Glutathione. His research integrates issues of Silicon dioxide, Permeability and Titanium dioxide in his study of Nanoparticle.
David Tai Leong mainly focuses on Nanotechnology, Nanomedicine, Membrane, Nanomaterials and Drug delivery. His Nanotechnology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biocompatibility and Biomimetic nanoparticles. His studies in Nanomedicine integrate themes in fields like Cancer cell, Cancer, Engineering ethics, Biophysics and Tumor cell membrane.
His Biophysics study incorporates themes from Nanoparticle, Inorganic nanoparticles, Tumour site and Drug transport, Drug. His Membrane research includes themes of Combinatorial chemistry, Antimicrobial, DNA origami and Nanoclusters. His study in Nanomaterials is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nanosheet, Chalcogen and Lysine.
David Tai Leong mostly deals with Nanomedicine, Nanotechnology, Quantum dot, Limiting and Tumour site. His research in Nanomedicine intersects with topics in Cancer cell, Cancer, Metastasis, Cancer research and Extravasation. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Transition metal and Nanotechnology.
David Tai Leong interconnects Photonics, Nanodot and Nanostructure in the investigation of issues within Quantum dot. Nanoparticle, Drug transport, Drug delivery, Biophysics and Drug are fields of study that overlap with his Limiting research. His research on Tumour site frequently links to adjacent areas such as Inorganic nanoparticles.
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From Aggregation-Induced Emission of Au(I)–Thiolate Complexes to Ultrabright Au(0)@Au(I)–Thiolate Core–Shell Nanoclusters
Zhentao Luo;Xun Yuan;Yue Yu;Qingbo Zhang.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
Nanotheranostics ˗ Application and Further Development of Nanomedicine Strategies for Advanced Theranostics
Madaswamy S. Muthu;David Tai Leong;Lin Mei;Si-Shen Feng.
Identification of a highly luminescent Au22(SG)18 nanocluster.
Yong Yu;Zhentao Luo;Daniel M. Chevrier;David Tai Leong.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014)
Antimicrobial silver nanomaterials
Kaiyuan Zheng;Magdiel Inggrid Setyawati;David Tai Leong;Jianping Xie.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2018)
Antimicrobial Gold Nanoclusters
Kaiyuan Zheng;Magdiel I. Setyawati;David Tai Leong;Jianping Xie.
ACS Nano (2017)
Titanium dioxide nanomaterials cause endothelial cell leakiness by disrupting the homophilic interaction of VE–cadherin
M I Setyawati;C Y Tay;S L Chia;S L Goh.
Nature Communications (2013)
Ultrasmall Au(10-12)(SG)(10-12) nanomolecules for high tumor specificity and cancer radiotherapy.
Xiao-Dong Zhang;Zhentao Luo;Jie Chen;Xiu Shen.
Advanced Materials (2014)
Glutathione-protected silver nanoclusters as cysteine-selective fluorometric and colorimetric probe.
Xun Yuan;Yuanqi Tay;Xinyue Dou;Zhentao Luo.
Analytical Chemistry (2013)
Nanoparticles promote in vivo breast cancer cell intravasation and extravasation by inducing endothelial leakiness.
Fei Peng;Magdiel Inggrid Setyawati;Jie Kai Tee;Xianguang Ding.
Nature Nanotechnology (2019)
Balancing the rate of cluster growth and etching for gram-scale synthesis of thiolate-protected Au(25) nanoclusters with atomic precision.
Xun Yuan;Bin Zhang;Zhentao Luo;Qiaofeng Yao.
Angewandte Chemie (2014)
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