Doctor of Philosophy University of South Australia
Bachelor of Science University of South Australia
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Holmes, AM, Kempson, I, Turnbull, T, Paterson, D & Roberts, MS 2020, 'Penetration of zinc into human skin after topical application of nano zinc oxide used in commercial sunscreen formulations', ACS Applied Bio Materials, vol. 3, no. 6, pp. 3640-3647.
Turnbull, T, Douglass, M, Williamson, NH, Howard, D, Bhardwaj, R, Lawrence, M, Paterson, DJ, Bezak, E, Thierry, B & Kempson, IM 2019, 'Cross-correlative single-cell analysis reveals biological mechanisms of nanoparticle radiosensitization', ACS Nano, vol. 13, no. 5, pp. 5077-5090.
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Turnbull, T, Thierry, B & Kempson, I 2019, 'A quantitative study of intercellular heterogeneity in gold nanoparticle uptake across multiple cell lines', Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, vol. 411, no. 28, pp. 7529-7538.
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Holmes, AM, Kempson, I, Turnbull, T, Paterson, D & Roberts, MS 2018, 'Imaging the penetration and distribution of zinc and zinc species after topical application of zinc pyrithione to human skin', Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, vol. 343, pp. 40-47.
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Turnbull, T, Douglass, M, Bezak, E, Thierry, B & Kempson, I 2017, 'An image processing application for quantitative cross-correlative microscopy for large cell-populations: a gold nanoparticle radiosensitisation study', Powder Diffraction, vol. 32, no. S2, pp. S33-S37.
Turnbull, T, Douglass, M, Paterson, D, Bezak, E, Thierry, B & Kempson, I 2015, 'Relating intercellular variability in nanoparticle uptake with biological consequence: a quantitative x-ray fluorescence study for radiosensitization of cells', Analytical Chemistry, vol. 87, no. 21, pp. 10693-10697.
Nanoparticle cancer therapy
Kempson, Ivan; Turnbull, Tyron
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|Structure-function relationships in nanoparticle genotoxiticty||Current|