Bonnie Quinn: Publications | Department of Physics

Bonnie Quinn: Publications

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1. L. Edwards, G. Dick, R. Callcott, E. Brown, A. Geddis, D. Gue, E. James, T. McCaul, B. McGuire, (2003) “Attacking Slime, Online! Tackling Biofilms with Computers”, Careers in Science, Physics, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 550.

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28. E. Schneck, T. Schubert, O. V. Konovalov, B. E. Quinn, T. Gutsmann, K. Brandenburg, D. A. Pink, M. Tanaka, (2010) Quantitative Determination of Ion Distributions in Bacterial Lipopolysaccharide Membranes by Grazing-Incidence X-ray Fluorescence, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2010 107 (20) 9147-9151; published ahead of print May 4, 2010 doi: 10.1073/pnas.0913590107.
27. R. G. Oliveira, E. Schneck, B. E. Quinn, O. V. Konovalov, K Brandenburg, T. Gutsmann, T Gill, C. B. Hanna, D. A. Pink, M. Tanaka, (2010) Crucial roles of charged saccharide moieties in survival of Gram-negative bacteria against protamine revealed by combination of grazing incidence x-ray structural characterizations and Monte Carlo simulations, Physical Review E 81, 041901.
26. K. Feris, C. Otto, J. Tinker, D. Wingen, A. Punnoose, A. Thurber, M. Kongara, M. Sabetian, B. Quinn, C. Hanna, D. Pink, (2010) Electrostatic interactions affect nanoparticle-mediated toxicity to the Gram-negative bacterium Pseudomonas Aeruginosa PA01, Langmuir 26 (6), 4429-4436.
25. E. Schneck, E. Papp-Szabo, B. E. Quinn, O. V. Konovalov, T. J. Beveridge, D. A. Pink, and M. Tanaka, (2009) Calcium Ions Induce Collapse of Charged O-side Chains of Lipopolysaccharides from Pseudomonas Aeruginosa. J. R. Soc. Interface 6, S671-S678, doi: 10.1098/rsif.2009.0190.focus, first published online 15 July 2009
24. R. G. Oliveira, E. Schneck, B. E. Quinn, O.V. Konovalov, K. Brandenburg, U. Seydel, T. Gill, C. B. Hanna, D. A. Pink, and M. Tanaka, (2008) Physical Mechanisms of Bacterial Survival Revealed by Combined Grazing-Incidence X-ray Scattering and Monte Carlo Simulation. Comptes rendus - Chimie DOI: 10.1016/j.crci.2008.06.020 Reference: CRAS2C3031 Online publication complete: 17 Nov 2008.
23. C. B. Hanna, D. A. Pink and B. E. Quinn (2006) Van der Waals interactions with soft interfaces. J.Phys: Condens.Matter 18, 8129-8137.
22. D. A. Pink, C. B. Hanna, B. E. Quinn, V. Levadny, G. L. Ryan, L. Filion and A. T. Paulson (2006) Modelling electrostatic interactions in complex soft systems. Food Research International 39, 1031-1045.
21. N. Ter-Oganessian, B. Quinn, D. A. Pink and A. Boulbitch (2005) Active microrheology of networks composed of semiflexible polymers: computer simulation of magnetic tweezers. Phys. Rev. E 72, 041511.
20. M. O. Steinitz, G. S. MacLeod, D. A. Pink, B. Quinn and G. L. Ryan, (2004) Magnetoelasticity and the spin rotation transition in cobalt. Can. J. Phys. 82, 1077-1084.
19. D. A. Pink, B. Quinn, A. T. Paulson, D. Rousseau and A. Speers (2003) Protamine Binding to Surfactants in Emulsions: Modelling and Computer Simulation. Colloids & Surfaces 31, 207-217.
18. D. A. Pink, L. Truelstrup Hansen, T. A. Gill, B. E. Quinn, M. H. Jericho and T. J. Beveridge (2003) Divalent Calcium Ions Inhibit the Penetration of Protamine through the Polysaccharide Brush of the Outer membrane of Gram Negative Bacteria. Langmuir 19, 8852-8848.
17. A. Boulbitch, B. Quinn and D. A. Pink (2000) Elasticity of the Rod-Shaped Gram-Negative Eubacteria. Phys. Rev. Letters 85, 5246-5249.
16. D. A. Pink, B. Quinn, J. Moeller and R. Merkel (2000) Computer Simulation of DNA interacting electrostatically with Phosphatidylcholine and Trimethylammoniumpropane Interfaces. Phys.Chem.Chem.Phys. 2, 4529-4536.
15. D. A. Pink, J. Moeller, B. Quinn, T. J. Beveridge and M. Jericho (2000) Architecture of the Gram-negative Murein Sacculus. J.Bacteriol. 182, 5925-5930.
14. D. A. Pink, B. Quinn and A. Georgallas (1998) Computer Simulation of Foraging. Physics in Canada. January/February, 21-23.
13. D. A. Pink, S. MacNeil, B. Quinn and M. J. Zuckermann (1998) A Model of Hydrogen Bonding in Phosphatidylethanolamine Bilayers. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1368, 289-305.
12. D. A. Pink, M. Belaya, V. Levadny and B. Quinn. (1997) A Model of Polar Group Statics in Lipid Bilayers and Monolayers. Langmuir 13, 1701-1711.
11. D. A. Pink, M. Kühner, B. Quinn, E. Sackmann and H. Pham (1995) Evidence for Domains in Deposited Lipid Bilayers. Langmuir 11, 2696-2704.
10. D. A. Pink, B. E. Quinn, K. A. Baskin and E. Sackmann (1995) Bilayers of Monomeric and Polymeric 4,N-POMECY and Dimyristoylphosphatidylcholine. Macromolecules 28, 736-744.
9. D. A. Pink, B. Quinn and K. Baskin (1994) Dependence of Gelation Time upon Enzyme Concentration in the Kinetic Gelation of Isotropic and Anisotropic Casein Micelles. Langmuir 10, 2559-2565.
8. D. A. Pink, B. Quinn, R. Merkel, A. Leger and E. Sackmann (1993) Intersecting Adsorbing Polymers in Lipid Bilayers. Thermodynamics of Cliques and Static Order Parameters. Thin Solid Films 244, 827-831.
7. D. A. Pink, R. Merkel, B. Quinn, E. Sackmann and J. Pencer (1993) Intersecting Polymers in Lipid Bilayers. Cliques, Static Order Parameters and Lateral Diffusion. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1150, 189-198.
6. K. M. W. Keough, P. Hyam, D. A. Pink and B. Quinn (1991) Cell Surfaces and Fractal Deminsions. J. Microscopy 163, 95-99.
5. D. A. Pink, D. W. Jones, W. C. Foong and B. Quinn (1991) Simulation of Fluoride Diffusion from Glass Ionomer Cements. Proc. of International Association for Dental Research. xx, yyy-zzz.
4. P. Eggl, D. A. Pink, B. Quinn, H. Ringsdorf and E. Sackmann (1990) Diffusion in quasi-two-dimensional macromolecular solutions. Macromolecules 23, 3472-3480.
3. J. R. Powell, D. A. Pink and B. Quinn (1990) Critical Exponents for Two-Dimensional Tracer Diffusion through a changing background. J. Stat. Phys. 90, 729-733.
2. D. A. Pink, A. L. MacDonald and B. Quinn (1988) Anisotropic Interactions in Hydrated Cerebrosides. A Theoretical Model of Stable and Metastable States and Hydrogen Bond Formation. Chem. Phys. Lipids 47, 83-95.
1. D. A. Pink, B. Quinn, D. J. Laidlaw (1988) Deducing the Lateral Distribution of Proteins in Lipid Bilayer Membranes. Eur. Biophys. J. 16, 31-38.