Jie Zheng is an associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry and serves as the head of the Zheng Lab. His research is focused on "investigating fundamental structure-property relationships of noble metals on the nano scale and applying new functional nanoparticles in biomedical imaging and nanocatalysis." His interests include:
- Nanomaterial synthesis,
- Single-molecule microscopy and
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Physiological Stability and Renal Clearance of Ultrasmall Zwitterionic Gold Nanoparticles: Ligand Length Matters (American Institute of Physics, 2017-03-15)Efficient renal clearance has been observed from ultrasmall zwitterionic glutathione-coated gold nanoparticles (GS-AuNPs), which have broad preclinical applications in cancer diagnosis and kidney functional imaging. However, ...