Peter Butler

Professor of Bioengineering

Peter Butler

Research Summary

Fundamental molecular mechanisms by which vascular endothelial cells sense the forces from flowing blood and transduce this mechanical information into adjustments of cell and tissue biology.

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Enzymes Membranes Substrates Molecules Nanoparticles Energy Transfer Aquaporins Water Propulsion Lipids Reynolds Number Cells Calcium Biomimetics Macrophages Pancreatic Neoplasms Tracers Neoplasms Permeability Tumors Mechanics Membrane Proteins Proteins Selectivity Glucose Oxidase

Most Recent Papers

Motility of Enzyme-Powered Vesicles

Subhadip Ghosh, Farzad Mohajerani, Seoyoung Son, Darrell Velegol, Peter J. Butler, Ayusman Sen, 2019, Nano letters on p. 6019-6026

Nonuniform Crowding Enhances Transport

Matthew Collins, Farzad Mohajerani, Subhadip Ghosh, Rajarshi Guha, Tae Hee Lee, Peter J. Butler, Ayusman Sen, Darrell Velegol, 2019, ACS nano on p. 8946-8956

Achieving high permeability and enhanced selectivity for Angstrom-scale separations using artificial water channel membranes

Yue Xiao Shen, Woochul C. Song, D. Ryan Barden, Tingwei Ren, Chao Lang, Hasin Feroz, Codey B. Henderson, Patrick O. Saboe, Daniel Tsai, Hengjing Yan, Peter J. Butler, Guillermo C. Bazan, William A. Phillip, Robert John Hickey, III, Paul S. Cremer, Harish Vashisth, Manish Kumar, 2018, Nature communications

Tumor-promoting effects of pancreatic cancer cell exosomes on THP-1-derived macrophages

Samuel S. Linton, Thomas Abraham, Jason Liao, Gary A. Clawson, Peter J. Butler, Todd Fox, Mark Kester, Gail L. Matters, 2018, PloS one

Mechanotargeting

Qiong Wei, Changjin Huang, Yao Zhang, Tiankai Zhao, Peng Zhao, Peter J. Butler, Sulin Zhang, 2018, Advanced Materials

Effective encapsulation and biological activity of phosphorylated chemotherapeutics in calcium phosphosilicate nanoparticles for the treatment of pancreatic cancer

Welley S. Loc, Samuel S. Linton, Zachary R. Wilczynski, Gail Matters, Christopher O. McGovern, Thomas Abraham, Todd Fox, Christopher M. Gigliotti, Xiaomeng Tang, Amra Tabakovic, Jo Ann Martin, Gary Clawson, Jill P. Smith, Peter J. Butler, Mark Kester, James Hansell Adair, 2017, Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine on p. 2313-2324

β<sub>1</sub>-Integrin-Mediated Adhesion Is Lipid-Bilayer Dependent

Seoyoung Son, George J. Moroney, Peter J. Butler, 2017, Biophysical journal on p. 1080-1092

Enhanced Diffusion of Passive Tracers in Active Enzyme Solutions

Xi Zhao, Krishna K. Dey, Selva Jeganathan, Peter J. Butler, Ubaldo M. Córdova-Figueroa, Ayusman Sen, 2017, Nano letters on p. 4807-4812

Exothermicity Is Not a Necessary Condition for Enhanced Diffusion of Enzymes

Pierre Illien, Xi Zhao, Krishna K. Dey, Peter J. Butler, Ayusman Sen, Ramin Golestanian, 2017, Nano letters on p. 4415-4420

Membrane Protein Insertion into and Compatibility with Biomimetic Membranes

Tingwei Ren, Mustafa Erbakan, Yuexiao Shen, Eduardo Barbieri, Patrick Saboe, Hasin Feroz, Hengjing Yan, Samantha McCuskey, Joseph F. Hall, A. Benjamin Schantz, Guillermo C. Bazan, Peter J. Butler, Mariusz Grzelakowski, Manish Kumar, 2017, Advanced Biosystems

Most-Cited Papers

Enzyme molecules as nanomotors

Samudra Sengupta, Krishna K. Dey, Hari S. Muddana, Tristan Tabouillot, Michael E. Ibele, Peter J. Butler, Ayusman Sen, 2013, Journal of the American Chemical Society on p. 1406-1414

Highly permeable artificial water channels that can self-assemble into two-dimensional arrays

Yue Xiao Shen, Wen Si, Mustafa Erbakan, Karl Decker, Rita De Zorzi, Patrick O. Saboe, You Jung Kang, Sheereen Majd, Peter J. Butler, Thomas Walz, Aleksei Aksimentiev, Jun Li Hou, Manish Kumar, David A. Weitz, 2015, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 9810-9815

Tuning membrane phase separation using nonlipid amphiphiles

Hari S. Muddana, Homer H. Chiang, Peter J. Butler, 2012, Biophysical journal on p. 489-497

Atomistic simulation of lipid and DiI dynamics in membrane bilayers under tension

Hari S. Muddana, Ramachandra R. Gullapalli, Evangelos Manias, Peter J. Butler, 2011, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics on p. 1368-1378

Exothermicity Is Not a Necessary Condition for Enhanced Diffusion of Enzymes

Pierre Illien, Xi Zhao, Krishna K. Dey, Peter J. Butler, Ayusman Sen, Ramin Golestanian, 2017, Nano letters on p. 4415-4420

Anatomy of Nanoscale Propulsion

Vinita Yadav, Wentao Duan, Peter J. Butler, Ayusman Sen, 2015, Annual Review of Biophysics on p. 77-100

Achieving high permeability and enhanced selectivity for Angstrom-scale separations using artificial water channel membranes

Yue Xiao Shen, Woochul C. Song, D. Ryan Barden, Tingwei Ren, Chao Lang, Hasin Feroz, Codey B. Henderson, Patrick O. Saboe, Daniel Tsai, Hengjing Yan, Peter J. Butler, Guillermo C. Bazan, William A. Phillip, Robert John Hickey, III, Paul S. Cremer, Harish Vashisth, Manish Kumar, 2018, Nature communications

The role of substrate topography on the cellular uptake of nanoparticles

Changjin Huang, Tugba Ozdemir, Li Chong Xu, Peter J. Butler, Christopher A. Siedlecki, Justin L. Brown, Sulin Zhang, 2016, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research - Part B Applied Biomaterials on p. 488-495

Impulsive Enzymes

Peter J. Butler, Krishna K. Dey, Ayusman Sen, 2015, Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering on p. 106-118

Enhanced Diffusion of Passive Tracers in Active Enzyme Solutions

Xi Zhao, Krishna K. Dey, Selva Jeganathan, Peter J. Butler, Ubaldo M. Córdova-Figueroa, Ayusman Sen, 2017, Nano letters on p. 4807-4812