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Sunday Shoyele

TitleAssoc Prof CHP
InstitutionThomas Jefferson University
DepartmentJSP - Pharmaceutical Science
Address901 Walnut Street
Philadelphia PA 19107
Phone215-503-3407
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    Application of nanotechnology in the targeted delivery of RNAi, small organic molecules and protein therapeutics to tumors and other diseases. Analysis of biomolecules using circular dichroism, Fluorescence spectroscopy, Gel electrophoresis, Size exclusion chromatography, Thermal analysis and Raman spectroscopy.


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    1. Perepelyuk M, Shoyele O, Birbe R, Thangavel C, Liu Y, Den RB, Snook AE, Lu B, Shoyele SA. siRNA-Encapsulated Hybrid Nanoparticles Target Mutant K-ras and Inhibit Metastatic Tumor Burden in a Mouse Model of Lung Cancer. Mol Ther Nucleic Acids. 2017 Mar 17; 6:259-268. PMID: 28325292.
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    2. Perepelyuk M, Maher C, Lakshmikuttyamma A, Shoyele SA. Aptamer-hybrid nanoparticle bioconjugate efficiently delivers miRNA-29b to non-small-cell lung cancer cells and inhibits growth by downregulating essential oncoproteins. Int J Nanomedicine. 2016; 11:3533-44. PMID: 27555773.
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    3. Perepelyuk M, Thangavel C, Liu Y, Den RB, Lu B, Snook AE, Shoyele SA. Biodistribution and Pharmacokinetics Study of siRNA-loaded Anti-NTSR1-mAb-functionalized Novel Hybrid Nanoparticles in a Metastatic Orthotopic Murine Lung Cancer Model. Mol Ther Nucleic Acids. 2016; 5:e282. PMID: 26812654.
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    4. Dim N, Perepelyuk M, Gomes O, Thangavel C, Liu Y, Den R, Lakshmikuttyamma A, Shoyele SA. Novel targeted siRNA-loaded hybrid nanoparticles: preparation, characterization and in vitro evaluation. J Nanobiotechnology. 2015; 13(1):61. PMID: 26410728.
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    5. Srinivasan A, Thangavel C, Liu Y, Shoyele S, Den RB, Selvakumar P, Lakshmikuttyamma A. Quercetin regulates ß-catenin signaling and reduces the migration of triple negative breast cancer. Mol Carcinog. 2015 May 12. PMID: 25968914.
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    6. Lakshmikuttyamma A, Sun Y, Lu B, Undieh AS, Shoyele SA. Stable and Efficient Transfection of siRNA for Mutated KRAS Silencing Using Novel Hybrid Nanoparticles. Mol Pharm. 2014 Dec 1; 11(12):4415-24. PMID: 25340957.
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    7. Asha R. Srinivasan and Sunday A. Shoyele. Influence of Surface Modification and the pH on the Release Mechanisms and Kinetics of Erlotinib from Antibody-Functionalized Chitosan Nanoparticles. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. 2014; 53(8):2987-2993.
    8. Srinivasan AR, Lakshmikuttyamma A, Shoyele SA. Investigation of the Stability and Cellular Uptake of Self-Associated Monoclonal Antibody (MAb) Nanoparticles by Non-Small Lung Cancer Cells. Mol Pharm. 2013 Sep 3; 10(9):3275-84. PMID: 23915336.
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    9. Srinivasan AR, Shoyele SA. Self-Associated Submicron IgG1 Particles for Pulmonary Delivery: Effects of Non-ionic Surfactants on Size, Shape, Stability, and Aerosol Performance. AAPS PharmSciTech. 2013 Mar; 14(1):200-10. PMID: 23255200.
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    10. Shoyele SA, Sivadas N, Cryan SA. The effects of excipients and particle engineering on the biophysical stability and aerosol performance of parathyroid hormone (1-34) prepared as a dry powder for inhalation. AAPS PharmSciTech. 2011 Mar; 12(1):304-11. PMID: 21271316.
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    11. Shoyele SA. Controlling the release of proteins/peptides via the pulmonary route. Methods Mol Biol. 2008; 437:141-8. PMID: 18369966.
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    12. Shoyele SA. Engineering protein particles for pulmonary drug delivery. Methods Mol Biol. 2008; 437:149-60. PMID: 18369967.
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    13. Shoyele SA, Cawthorne S. Particle engineering techniques for inhaled biopharmaceuticals. Adv Drug Deliv Rev. 2006 Oct 31; 58(9-10):1009-29. PMID: 17005293.
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    14. Shoyele SA, Slowey A. Prospects of formulating proteins/peptides as aerosols for pulmonary drug delivery. Int J Pharm. 2006 May 11; 314(1):1-8. PMID: 16563674.
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