Publications


  1. F. W. Speetjens, M. C. D. Carter, M. Kim, P. Gopalan, M. K. Mahanthappa, and D. M. Lynn, "Post-Fabrication Placement of Arbitrary Chemical Functionality on Microphase Separated Thin Films of Amine-Reactive Block Copolymers." ACS Macro Letters 2014. In Press.
  2. R. J. Carlton, Y. M. Zayas-Gonzalez, U. Manna, D. M. Lynn, and N. L. Abbott, "Surfactant-Induced Ordering and Wetting Transitions of Droplets of Thermotropic Liquid Crystals “Caged” Inside Partially-Filled Polymeric Capsules." Langmuir 2014. In Press.
  3. D. M. Lynn, "Polyelectrolyte Multilayer Coatings for the Release and Transfer of Plasmid DNA." in Layer-by-Layer Films for Biomedical Applications (C. Picart, F. Caruso, J. C. Voegel, Eds.), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, 2014. In Press.
  4. M. R. Lee, N. Raman, S. H. Gellman, D. M. Lynn, S. P. Palecek, "Hydrophobicity and Helical Stability Regulate Antifungal Activity of 14-Helical ß-Peptides." ACS Chemical Biology 2014, 9, 1613-1621.
  5. N. Raman, M. R. Lee, S. P. Palecek, D. M. Lynn, "Polymer Multilayers Loaded with Antifungal ß-Peptides Kill Planktonic Candida albicans and Reduce Formation of Fungal Biofilms on the Surfaces of Flexible Catheter Tubes." Journal of Controlled Release 2014, 191, 54-62.
  6. J. P. E. Muller, B. S. Aytar, Y. Kondo, D. M. Lynn, N. L. Abbott, "Influence of the Phase State of Self-Assembling Redox Mediators on their Electrochemical Activity." AIChE Journal 2014, 60, 1381-1392.
  7. A. H. Broderick, D. M. Stacy, Y. Tal-Gan, M. J. Kratochvil, H. E. Blackwell, and D. M. Lynn, "Surface Coatings that Promote Rapid Release of Peptide-Based AgrC Inhibitors for Attenuation of Quorum Sensing in Staphylococcus aureus." Advanced Healthcare Materials 2014, 3, 97-105.
  8. U. Manna, Y. M. Zayas-Gonzalez, R. J. Carlton, F. Caruso, N. L. Abbott, and D. M. Lynn, "Liquid Crystal Chemical Sensors That Cells Can Wear." Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2013, 52, 14011-14015.
  9. U. Manna, M. J. Kratochvil, and D. M. Lynn, "Superhydrophobic Polymer Multilayers that Promote the Extended, Long-Term Release of Embedded Water-Soluble Agents." Advanced Materials 2013, 25, 6405-6409.
  10. U. Manna and D. M. Lynn, "Restoration of Superhydrophobicity in Crushed Polymer Films by Treatment with Water: Self-Healing and Recovery of Damaged Topographic Features Aided by an Unlikely Source." Advanced Materials 2013, 25, 5104-5108.
  11. B. S. Aytar, J. P. E. Muller, Y. Kondo, N. L. Abbott, and D. M. Lynn, "Spatial Control of Cell Transfection Using Soluble or Solid-Phase Redox Agents and a Redox-Active Ferrocenyl Lipid." ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 2013, 5, 8283-8288.
  12. U. Manna and D. M. Lynn, "Patterning and Impregnation of Superhydrophobic Surfaces Using Aqueous Solutions." ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 2013, 5, 7731-7736.
  13. A. H. Broderick, A. T. Breitbach, R. Frei, H. E. Blackwell, and D. M. Lynn, "Surface-Mediated Release of a Small-Molecule Modulator of Bacterial Biofilm Formation: A Non-Bactericidal Approach to Inhibiting Biofilm Formation in Pseudomonas aeruginosa." Advanced Healthcare Materials 2013, 2, 993-1000.
  14. B. S. Aytar, J. P. E. Muller, Y. Kondo, Y. Talmon, N. L. Abbott, and D. M. Lynn, "Redox-Based Control of the Transformation and Activation of siRNA Complexes in Extracellular Environments Using Ferrocenyl Lipids." Journal of the American Chemical Society 2013, 135, 9111-9120.
  15. U. Manna, M. C. D. Carter, and D. M. Lynn, "'Shrink-to-Fit' Superhydrophobicity: Thermally-Induced Microscale Wrinkling of Thin Hydrophobic Multilayers Fabricated on Flexible Shrink-Wrap Substrates." Advanced Materials 2013, 25, 3085-3089.
  16. E. M. Saurer, C. M. Jewell, D. A. Roenneburg, S. L. Bechler, J. R. Torrealba, T. A. Hacker, and D. M. Lynn, "Polyelectrolyte Multilayers Promote Stent-Mediated Delivery of DNA to Vascular Tissue." Biomacromolecules 2013, 14, 1696-1704.
  17. S. M. Yerushalmi, M. E. Buck, D. M. Lynn, N. G. Lemcoff, and M. M. Meijler, "Multivalent Alteration of Quorum Sensing in Staphylococcus aureus." Chemical Communications 2013, 49, 5177-5179.
  18. A. H. Broderick, M. C. D. Carter, M. R. Lockett, L. M. Smith, and D. M. Lynn, "Fabrication of Oligonucleotide and Protein Arrays on Rigid and Flexible Substrates Coated with Reactive Polymer Multilayers." ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 2013, 5, 351-359.
  19. E. Tocce, S. J. Liliensiek, A. H. Broderick, Y. Jiang, K. C. Murphy, C. J. Murphy, D. M. Lynn, and P. F. Nealey, "The Influence of Biomimetic Topographic Features and the Extracellular Matrix Peptide RGD on Human Corneal Epithelial Contact Guidance." Acta Biomaterialia 2013, 9, 5040-5051.
  20. S. L. Bechler, Y. Si, Y. Yu, J. Ren, B. Liu, and D. M. Lynn, "Reduction of Intimal Hyperplasia in Injured Rat Arteries Promoted by Catheter Balloons Coated with Polyelectrolyte Multilayers that Contain Plasmid DNA Encoding PKCδ." Biomaterials 2013, 34, 226-236.
  21. A. H. Broderick and D. M. Lynn, "Covalent Layer-by-Layer Assembly Using Reactive Polymers" In Functional Polymers by Post-Polymerization Modification: Concepts, Practical Guidelines, and Applications (P. Theato and H. A. Klok, Eds.), Wiley-VCH, New York, 2012, 371-406.
  22. B. S. Aytar, J. P. E. Muller, S. Golan, Y. Kondo, Y. Talmon, N. L. Abbott, and D. M. Lynn, "Chemical Oxidation of a Redox-Active, Ferrocene-Containing Cationic Lipid: Influence on Interactions with DNA and Characterization in the Context of Cell Transfection." Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2012, 387, 56-64.
  23. U. Manna, A. H. Broderick, and D. M. Lynn, "Chemical Patterning and Physical Refinement of Reactive Superhydrophobic Surfaces." Advanced Materials 2012, 24, 4291-4295.
  24. J. P. E. Muller, B. S. Aytar, Y. Kondo, D. M. Lynn, and N. L. Abbott, "Incorporation of DOPE into Lipoplexes Formed from a Ferrocenyl Lipid Leads to Inverse Hexagonal Nanostructures that Allow Redox-Based Control of Transfection in High Serum." Soft Matter 2012, 8, 2608-2619.
  25. D. M. Lynn, "A ‘Multilayered’ Approach to the Delivery of DNA: Exploiting the Structure of Polyelectrolyte Multilayers to Promote Surface-Mediated Cell Transfection and Multi-Agent Delivery" in Multilayer Thin Films, 2nd Edition (G. Decher and J. Schlenoff, Eds.), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, 2012, 731-748.
  26. B. S. Aytar, M. R. Prausnitz, and D. M. Lynn, "Rapid Release of Plasmid DNA from Surfaces Coated with Polyelectrolyte Multilayers Promoted by the Application of Electrochemical Potentials." ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2012, 4, 2726-2734.
  27. A. H. Broderick, U. Manna, and D. M. Lynn, "Covalent Layer-by-Layer Assembly of Water-Permeable and Water-Impermeable Polymer Multilayers on Highly Water-Soluble and Water-Sensitive Substrates." Chemistry of Materials 2012, 24, 1786-1795.
  28. S. L. Bechler and D. M. Lynn, "Reactive Polymer Multilayers Fabricated by Covalent Layer-by-Layer Assembly: 1,4-Conjugate Addition-Based Approaches to the Design of Functional Biointerfaces." Biomacromolecules 2012, 13, 1523-1532.
  29. A. H. Broderick, M. R. Lockett, M. E. Buck, Y. Yuan, L. M. Smith, and D. M. Lynn, "In situ Synthesis of Oligonucleotide Arrays on Surfaces Coated with Crosslinked Polymer Multilayers." Chemistry of Materials 2012, 24, 938-945.
  30. S. L. Bechler and D. M. Lynn, "Characterization of Degradable Polyelectrolyte Multilayers Fabricated Using DNA and a Fluorescently-Labeled Poly(ß-amino ester): Shedding Light on the Role of the Cationic Polymer in Promoting Surface-Mediated Gene Delivery." Biomacromolecules 2012, 13, 542-552.
  31. B. S. Aytar, J. P. E. Muller, S. Golan, S. Hata, H. Takahashi, Y. Kondo, Y. Talmon, N. L. Abbott, and D. M. Lynn, "Addition of Ascorbic Acid to the Extracellular Environment Activates Lipoplexes of a Ferrocenyl Lipid and Promotes Cell Transfection." Journal of Controlled Release 2012,157, 249-259.
  32. M.E. Buck, D. M. Lynn, "Azlactone-Functionalized Polymers as Reactive Platforms for the Design of Advanced Materials: Progress in the Last Ten Years." Polymer Chemistry 2012, 3, 66-80.
  33. L. Tocce, A. H. Broderick, K. Murphy, S. Liliensiek, C. J. Murphy, D. M. Lynn, and P. F. Nealey, "Functionalization of Reactive Polymer Multilayers with RGD and an Anti-Fouling Motif: RGD Density Provides Control over Human Corneal Epithelial Cell-Substrate Interactions." Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part A 2012, 100A, 84-93.
  34. M. E. Buck and D. M. Lynn, "Layer-by-Layer Fabrication of Covalently Crosslinked and Reactive Polymer Multilayers Using Azlactone-Functionalized Copolymers: A Platform for the Design of Functional Biointerfaces." Advanced Engineering Materials 2011, 13, B343-B352.
  35. R. M. Flessner, C. M. Jewell, D. G. Anderson, and D. M. Lynn, "Degradable Polyelectrolyte Multilayers that Promote the Release of siRNA."Langmuir 2011, 27, 7868-7876.
  36. A. H. Broderick, S. M. Azarin, M. E. Buck, S. P. Palecek, and D. M. Lynn, "Fabrication and Selective Functionalization of Amine-Reactive Polymer Multilayers on Topographically Patterned Microwell Cell Culture Arrays." Biomacromolecules 2011, 12, 1998-2007.
  37. S. Golan, B. S. Aytar, J. P. E. Muller, Y. Kondo, D. M. Lynn, N. L. Abbott, and Y. Talmon, "Influence of Biological Media on the Structure and Behavior of Ferrocene-Containing Cationic Lipid/DNA Complexes Used for DNA Delivery." Langmuir 2011, 27, 6615-6621.
  38. S. L. Bechler and D. M. Lynn, "Design and Synthesis of a Fluorescently End-Labeled Poly(ß-amino ester): Application to the Characterization of Degradable Polyelectrolyte Multilayers." Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 2011, 49, 1572-1581.
  39. B. Sun, R. M. Flessner, E. M. Saurer, C. M. Jewell, N. J. Fredin, and D. M. Lynn, "Characterization of pH-Induced Changes in the Morphology of Polyelectrolyte Multilayers Assembled from Poly(allylamine) and Low Molecular Weight Poly(acrylic acid)." Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2011, 355, 431-441.
  40. E. M. Saurer, R. M. Flessner, M. E. Buck, and D. M. Lynn, "Fabrication of Covalently Crosslinked and Amine-Reactive Microcapsules by Reactive Layer-by-Layer Assembly of Azlactone-Containing Polymer Multilayers on Sacrificial Microparticle Templates." Journal of Materials Chemistry 2011, 21, 1736-1745.
  41. R. M. Flessner, Y. Yu, and D. M. Lynn, "Rapid Release of Plasmid DNA from Polyelectrolyte Multilayers: A Weak Poly(acid) Approach." Chemical Communications 2011, 47, 550-552.
  42. E. M. Saurer, D. Yamanouchi, B. Liu, and D. M. Lynn, "Delivery of Plasmid DNA to Vascular Tissue in vivo using Catheter Balloons Coated with Polyelectrolyte Multilayers." Biomaterials 2011, 32, 610-618.
  43. A. T. Breitbach, A. H. Broderick, C. M. Jewell, S. Gunasekaran, Q. Lin, D. M. Lynn, and H. E. Blackwell, "Surface-Mediated Release of a Synthetic Small-Molecule Modulator of Bacterial Quorum Sensing: Gradual Release Enhances Activity." Chemical Communications 2011, 47, 370-372.
  44. M. E. Buck, S. C. Schwartz, and D. M. Lynn, "Superhydrophobic Thin Films Fabricated by Reactive Layer-by-Layer Assembly of Azlactone-Functionalized Polymers. Chemistry of Materials 2010, 22, 6319-6327.
  45. E. M. Saurer, R. M. Flessner, S. P. Sullivan, M. R. Prausnitz, and D. M. Lynn, "Layer-by-Layer Assembly of DNA- and Protein-Containing Films on Microneedles for Drug Delivery to the Skin."Biomacromolecules 2010, 11, 3136-3143.
  46. M. E. Buck and D. M. Lynn, "Freestanding and Reactive Thin Films Fabricated by Covalent Layer-by-Layer Assembly and Subsequent Lift-Off of Azlactone-Containing Polymer Multilayers." Langmuir 2010, 26, 16134-16140.
  47. B. Sun and D. M. Lynn, "Release of DNA from Polyelectrolyte Multilayers Fabricated Using ‘Charge-Shifting’ Cationic Polymers: Tunable Temporal Control and Sequential, Multi-Agent Release." Journal of Controlled Release 2010, 148, 91-100.
  48. A. J. Karlsson, R. M. Flessner, S. H. Gellman, D. M. Lynn, and S. P. Palecek, "Polyelectrolyte Multilayers Fabricated from Antifungal ß-Peptides: Design of Surfaces that Exhibit Antifungal Activity Against Candida albicans." Biomacromolecules 2010, 11, 2321-2328.
  49. M. I. Kinsinger, D. M. Lynn, and N. L. Abbott, "Nematic Ordering Drives the Phase Separation of Mixed Monolayers Containing Phospholipids Modified with Poly(Ethylene Glycol) at Aqueous/Liquid Crystal Interfaces." Soft Matter 2010, 6, 4095-4104.
  50. M. E. Buck and D. M. Lynn, "Functionalization of Fibers Using Azlactone-Containing Polymers: Layer-by-Layer Fabrication of Reactive Thin Films on the Surfaces of Hair and Cellulose-Based Materials." ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 2010, 2, 1421-1429.
  51. M. I. Kinsinger, M. E. Buck, N. L. Abbott, and D. M. Lynn. "Immobilization of Polymer-Decorated Liquid Crystal Droplets on Chemically Tailored Surfaces. Langmuir 2010, 26, 10234-10242.

  52. B. Sun, X. Liu, M. E. Buck, and D. M. Lynn. "Azlactone-Functionalized Polymers as Reactive Templates for Parallel Polymer Synthesis: Synthesis and Screening of a Small Library of Cationic Polymers in the Context of DNA Delivery." Chemical Communications 2010, 46, 2016-2018.
  53. N. J. Fredin, R. M. Flessner, C. M. Jewell, S. L. Bechler, M. E. Buck, and D. M. Lynn. "Characterization of Nanoscale Transformation in Polyelectrolyte Multilayers Fabricated from Plasmid DNA Using Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy in Combination with Atomic Force Microscopy." Microscopy Research and Technique 2010, 73, 834-844.
  54. M. E. Buck and D. M. Lynn. "Reactive Layer-by-Layer Assembly of Suspended Thin Films and Semi-Permeable Membranes at Interfaces Created Between Aqueous and Organic Phases." Advanced Materials 2010, 22, 994-998.
  55. M. I. Kinsinger, M. E. Buck, M. V. Meli, N. L. Abbott, and D. M. Lynn, "Langmuir Films of Flexible Polymers Transferred to Aqueous/Liquid Crystal Interfaces Induce Uniform Azimuthal Alignment of the Liquid Crystal." Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2010, 341,124-135.
  56. M. E. Buck, A. S. Breitbach, S. K. Belgrade, H. E. Blackwell, and D. M. Lynn, "Chemical Modification of Reactive Multilayered Films Fabricated from Poly(2-Alkenyl Azlactone)s: Design of Surfaces that Prevent or Promote Mammalian Cell Adhesion and Bacterial Biofilm Growth." Biomacromolecules 2009, 10, 1564-1574.
  57. N. J. Fredin, A. H. Broderick, M. E. Buck, and D. M. Lynn, "Nano-Imprinted Thin Films of Reactive, Azlactone-Containing Polymers: Combining Methods for the Topographical Patterning of Cell Substrates with Opportunities for Facile Post-Fabrication Chemical Functionalization." Biomacromolecules 2009, 10, 994-1003.
  58. E. M. Saurer, C. M. Jewell, J. M. Kuchenreuther, and D. M. Lynn, "Assembly of Erodible, DNA-Containing Thin Films on the Surfaces of Polymer Microparticles: Toward a Layer-by-Layer Approach to the Delivery of DNA to Antigen-Presenting Cells." Acta Biomaterialia 2009, 5, 913-924.
  59. M. I. Kinsinger, M. E. Buck, F. Campos, D. M. Lynn, and N. L. Abbott, "Dynamic Ordering Transitions of Liquid Crystals Driven by Interfacial Complexes Formed Between Polyanions and Amphiphilic Polyamines." Langmuir 2008 , 24, 13231-13236.
  60. C. M. Jewell, M. E. Hays, Y. Kondo, N. L. Abbott, and D. M. Lynn, "Chemical Activation of Lipoplexes Formed from DNA and a Redox-Active, Ferrocene-Containing Cationic Lipid." Bioconjugate Chemistry 2008, 19, 2120-2128.
  61. X. Liu, J. Zhang, and D. M. Lynn, "Ultrathin Multilayered Films that Promote the Release of Two DNA Constructs with Separate and Distinct Release Profiles." Advanced Materials2008, 20, 4148-4153.
  62. X.Liu, J.W. Yang, and D. M. Lynn, "Addition of 'Charge-Shifting' Side Chains to Linear Poly(ethyleneimine) Enhances Cell Transfection Efficiency." Biomacromolecules 2008, 9, 2063-2071.
  63. X. Liu, J. Zhang, and D. M. Lynn, "Polyelectrolyte Multilayers Fabricated from ‘Charge-Shifting’ Anionic Polymers: A New Approach to Controlled Film Disruption and the Release of Cationic Agents from Surfaces." Soft Matter 2008, 4, 1688-1695.
  64. C. M. Jewell and D. M. Lynn, "Surface-Mediated Delivery of DNA: Cationic Polymers Take Charge. Current Opinion in Colloid and Interface Science 2008, 13, 395-402.
  65. C. L. Pizzey, C. M. Jewell, M. E. Hays, D. M. Lynn, N. L. Abbott, Y. Kondo, S. Golan, and Y. Talmon, "Characterization of the Microstructure of Complexes Formed by a Redox-Active Cationic Lipid and DNA." Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2008, 112, 5849-5857.
  66. C. M. Jewell and D. M. Lynn, "Multilayered Polyelectrolyte Assemblies as Platforms for the Delivery of DNA and Other Nucleic Acid-Based Therapeutics." Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews 2008, 60, 979-999.
  67. J. Zhang, N. J. Fredin, and D. M. Lynn, "Apparent Dewetting of Ultrathin Multilayered Polyelectrolyte Films Incubated in Aqueous Environments." Langmuir 2007, 23, 11603-11610.
  68. J. Zhang, S. I. Montañez, C. M. Jewell, and D. M. Lynn, "Multilayered Films Fabricated from Plasmid DNA and a Side-Chain Functionalized Poly(ß-amino ester): Surface-Type Erosion and Sequential Release of Multiple Plasmid Constructs from Surfaces." Langmuir 2007, 23, 11139-11146.
  69. D. M. Lynn, "Peeling Back the Layers: Controlled Erosion and Triggered Disassembly of Multilayered Polyelectrolyte Thin Films." Advanced Materials 2007, 19, 4118-4130.
  70. J. Zhang and D. M. Lynn, "Ultrathin Multilayered Films Assembled from 'Charge-Shifting' Cationic Polymers: Extended, Long-Term Release of Plasmid DNA from Surfaces." Advanced Materials 2007, 19, 4218-4223.
  71. M. E. Buck, J. Zhang, and D. M. Lynn, "Layer-by-Layer Assembly of Reactive Ultrathin Films Mediated by 'Click'-Type Reactions of Poly(2-Alkenyl Azlactone)s." Advanced Materials 2007, 19, 3951-3955.
  72. M. I. Kinsinger, B. Sun, N. L. Abbott, and D. M. Lynn, "Reversible Control of Ordering Transitions at Aqueous/Liquid Crystal Interfaces Using Functional Amphiphilic Polymers." Advanced Materials 2007, 19, 4208-4212.
  73. B. Sun, C. M. Jewell, N. J. Fredin, D. M. Lynn, "Assembly of Multilayered Films Using Well-Defined, End-Labeled Poly(acrylic acid): Influence of Molecular Weight on Exponential Growth in a Synthetic Weak Polyelectrolyte System." Langmuir 2007, 23, 8452-8459.
  74. M. E. Hays, C. M. Jewell, Y. Kondo, D. M. Lynn, N. L. Abbott, "Lipoplexes Formed by DNA and Ferrocenyl Lipids: Effect of Lipid Oxidation State on Size, Internal Dynamics and Zeta-Potential." Biophysical Journal 2007, 93, 4414-4424.
  75. M. E. Hays, C. M. Jewell, D. M. Lynn, and N. L. Abbott, "Reversible Condensation of DNA Using a Redox-Active Surfactant." Langmuir 2007, 23, 5609-5614.
  76. C. M. Jewell, S. M. Fuchs, R. M. Flessner, R. T. Raines, and D. M. Lynn, "Multilayered Films Fabricated from an Oligoarginine-Conjugated Protein Promote Efficient Surface-Mediated Protein Transduction."Biomacromolecules 2007, 8, 857-863.
  77. N. J. Fredin, J. Zhang, and D. M. Lynn, "Nanometer-Scale Decomposition of Ultrathin Multilayered Polyelectrolyte Films." Langmuir 2007, 23, 2273-2276.
  78. J. Zhang and D. M. Lynn, "Multilayered Films Fabricated from Combinations of Degradable Polyamines: Tunable Erosion and Release of Anionic Polyelectrolytes." Macromolecules 2006, 39, 8928-8935.
  79. C. M. Jewell, J. Zhang, N. J. Fredin, M. R. Wolff, T. A. Hacker, and D. M. Lynn, "Release of Plasmid DNA from Intravascular Stents Coated with Ultrathin Multilayered Polyelectrolyte Films." Biomacromolecules 2006, 7, 2483-2491.
  80. J. Zhang, N. J. Fredin, and D. M. Lynn, "Erosion of Multilayered Assemblies Fabricated from Degradable Polyamines: Characterization and Evidence in Support of a Mechanism that Involves Polymer Hydrolysis." Journal of Polymer Science - Part A: Polymer Chemistry 2006, 44, 5161-5173.
  81. K. C. Wood, H. F. Chuang, R.D. Batten, D. M. Lynn, and P. T. Hammond, "Controlling Interlayer Diffusion to Achieve Sustained, Multi-Agent Delivery from Layer-by-Layer Films." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 2006, 103, 10207-10212.
  82. C. M. Jewell, M. E. Hays, Y. Kondo, N. L. Abbott, and D. M. Lynn, "Ferrocene-Containing Cationic Lipids for the Delivery of DNA: Oxidation State Determines Transfection Activity." Journal of Controlled Release 2006, 112, 129-138.
  83. D. M. Lynn, "Layers of Opportunity: Nanostructured Polymer Assemblies for the Delivery of Macromolecular Therapeutics." Soft Matter 2006, 2, 269-273.
  84. J. Zhang, N. J. Fredin, J. F. Janz, B. Sun, and D. M. Lynn, "Structure/Property Relationships in Erodible Multilayered Films: Influence of Polycation Structure on Erosion Profiles and the Release of Anionic Polyelectrolytes." Langmuir 2006, 22, 239-245.
  85. N. L. Abbott, C. M. Jewell, M. E. Hays, Y. Kondo, D. M. Lynn, "Ferrocene-Containing Cationic Lipids: Influence of Redox State on Cell Transfection." Journal of the American Chemical Society 2005, 127, 11576-11577.
  86. X. Liu, J. W. Yang, A. D. Miller, E. A. Nack, and D. M. Lynn, "Charge-Shifting Cationic Polymers that Promote Self-Assembly and Self-Disassembly with DNA." Macromolecules 2005, 38, 7907-7914.
  87. C. M. Jewell, J. Zhang, N. J. Fredin, and D. M. Lynn, "Multilayered Polyelectrolyte Films Promote the Direct and Localized Delivery of DNA to Cells." Journal of Controlled Release 2005, 106, 214-223.
  88. N. J. Fredin, J. Zhang, and D. M. Lynn, "Surface Analysis of Erodible Multilayered Polyelectrolyte Films: Nanometer-Scale Structure and Erosion Profiles." Langmuir 2005, 21, 5803-5811.
  89. K. Wood, J. Q. Boedicker, D. M. Lynn, and P. T. Hammond, "Tunable Drug Release from Hydrolytically Degradable Layer-by-Layer Thin Films." Langmuir 2005, 21, 1603-1609.
  90. J. Zhang, L. S. Chua, and D. M. Lynn, "Multilayered Thin Films that Sustain the Release of Functional DNA Under Physiological Conditions." Langmuir 2004, 20, 8015-8021.
  91. Gelman, M. A.; Weisblum, B.; Lynn, D. M.; Gellman, S. H. "Biocidal Activity of Polystyrenes that are Cationic by Virtue of Protonation." Organic Letters 2004, 6, 557-560.
  92. Vázquez, E.; DeWitt, D. M.; Hammond, P. T.; Lynn, D. M. "Construction of Hydrolytically-Degradable Thin Films via Layer-by-Layer Deposition of Degradable Polyelectrolytes." Journal of the American Chemical Society 2002, 124, 13992-13993.
  93. D. Berry, D. M. Lynn, E. Berry, R. Sasisekharan, and R. Langer, "Heparin Localization and Fine Structure Regulate Burkitt's Lymphoma Growth." Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 2006, 348, 850-856.
  94. S. R. Little, D. M. Lynn, S. V. Puram, and R. Langer, "Formulation and Characterization of Poly(ß-amino ester) Microparticles for Genetic Vaccine Delivery." Journal of Controlled Release 2005, 107, 449-462.
  95. D. M. Lynn, D. G. Anderson, A. B. Akinc, and R. Langer, "Degradable Poly(ß-amino ester)s for Gene Delivery." in Polymeric Gene Delivery: Principles and Applications (M. Amiji, Ed.), CRC Press, New York, 2004, 227-241.
  96. Little, S. R.; Lynn, D. M.; Ge, Q.; Anderson, D. G.; Purnam, S. V.; Chen, J.; Eisen, H.; Langer, R. "Poly(ß-amino ester)-Containing Microparticles Enhance the Activity of Non-Viral Genetic Vaccines." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 2004, 101, 9534-9539.
  97. Berry, D.; Lynn, D. M.; Sasisekharan, R.; Langer, R. "Poly(ß-amino ester)s Promote Cellular Uptake of Heparin and Cancer Cell Death." Chemistry and Biology 2003, 11, 487-498.
  98. Akinc, A. B.; Anderson, D. G.; Lynn, D. M.; Langer, R. "Synthesis of Poly(ß-amino ester)s Optimized for Highly Effective Gene Delivery." Bioconjugate Chemistry 2003, 14, 979-988.
  99. Anderson, D. G.; Lynn, D. M.; Langer, R. "Semi-Automated Synthesis and Screening of a Large Library of Degradable Cationic Polymers for Gene Delivery." Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2003, 42, 3153-3158.
  100. Akinc, A. B.; Lynn, D. M.; Anderson, D. G.; Langer, R. "Parallel Synthesis and Biophysical Characterization of a Degradable Polymer Library for Gene Delivery" Journal of the American Chemical Society 2003, 125, 5316-5323.
  101. Potineni, A.; Lynn, D.M.; Langer, R.; Amiji, M.M. "Poly(ethylene oxide)-Modified Poly(ß-amino ester) Nanoparticles: A Long-Circulating pH-Sensitive Biodegradable System for Paclitaxel Delivery." Journal of Controlled Release 2003, 86, 223-234.
  102. LaVan, D.; Lynn, D.M.; Langer, R. "Moving Smaller in Drug Discovery and Delivery." Nature Reviews Drug Discovery 2002, 1, 77-84.
  103. Zelikin, A.N.; Lynn, D.M.; Farhadi, J.; Martin, I.; Shastri, V.P.; Langer, R. "Erodible Conducting Polymers for Potential Biomedical Applications." Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2002, 41, 141-144.
  104. Lynn, D. M.; Anderson, D. G.; Putnam, D.; Langer, R. "Accelerated Discovery of Synthetic Transfection Vectors: Parallel Synthesis and Screening of a Degradable Polymer Library." Journal of the American Chemical Society 2001, 123, 8155-8156.
  105. Lynn, D.M.; Amiji, M.M.; Langer, R. "pH-Responsive Polymer Microspheres: Rapid Release of Encapsulated Material Within the Range of Intracellular pH." Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2001, 40, 1707-1710.
  106. Lynn, D. M.; Langer, R. "Degradable Poly(ß-Amino Esters): Synthesis, Characterization, and Self-Assembly with Plasmid DNA." Journal of the American Chemical Society 2000, 122, 10761-10768.
  107. Lynn, D. M.; Grubbs, R. H. "Novel Reactivity of Ruthenium Alkylidenes in Protic Solvents: Degenerate Alkylidene Proton Exchange." Journal of the American Chemical Society 2001, 123, 3187-3193.
  108. Lynn, D. M.; Mohr, B.; Grubbs, R. H.; Henling, L. M.; Day, M. W. "Water-Soluble Ruthenium Alkylidenes: Synthesis, Characterization, and Application to Olefin Metathesis in Protic Solvents." Journal of the American Chemical Society 2000, 122, 6601-6609.
  109. Grubbs, R.H.; Lynn, D.M. "Olefin Metathesis in Water" in Aqueous-Phase Organometallic Catalysis: Concepts and Applications (B. Cornils, W. Herrmann, Eds.), Wiley-VCH, New York, 1998, pp. 466-476.
  110. Kirkland, T.A.; Lynn, D.M.; Grubbs, R.H. "Ring-Closing Metathesis in Water and Methanol." Journal of Organic Chemistry 1998, 63, 9904-9909. 
  111. Lynn, D. M.; Mohr, B.; Grubbs, R. H. "Living Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization in Water." Journal of the American Chemical Society 1998, 120, 1627-1628. 
  112. Mohr, B.; Lynn, D. M.; Grubbs, R. H. "Synthesis of Water-Soluble, Aliphatic Phosphines and Their Application to Well-Defined Ruthenium Olefin Metathesis Catalysts." Organometallics 1996, 15, 4317-4325.
  113. Lynn, D. M.; Kanaoka, S.; Grubbs, R. H. "Living Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization in Aqueous Media Catalyzed by Well-Defined Ruthenium Carbene Complexes." Journal of the American Chemical Society 1996, 118, 784-790.