- DVM, University of Missouri-Columbia
- PhD, Texas A&M University
- Diplomate, American Board of Veterinary Toxicology
Research has focused on the use and development of a swine model to assess biodistribution, toxicity, and excretion of xenobiotics. Specific justification for the use of swine in chemical bioavailability and distribution studies revolves primarily around biological similarities (anatomical, physiological and biochemical) to humans. Since the mid-90’s, the model has served well as a human surrogate to study the systemic bioavailability of heavy metal and organochlorine contaminants in soils from more than 40 EPA Superfund Site locations across the nation. Since 2005, the swine model has demonstrated further its utility for biodistribution and toxicity studies of nanoparticle constructs and to evaluate the usefulness of nanoparticle contrast agents for x-ray based computed tomography.
Stan W. Casteel, CP Weis, GM Henningsen, and WJ Brattin. Estimation of the Relative Bioavailability of Lead in Soil and Soil-Like Materials Using Young Swine. Environmental Health Perspectives, 114 (No.8):1162-1171, 2006.
K. Raghuraman, Rahing V, Cutler C, Pandrapragada R, Katti K.K, Vijaya Kattumuri, J. David Robertson, Stan W. Casteel, Silvia Jurisson, Charles Smith, Evan Boote, and Katti, K. V., Nanocompatible Chemistry toward Fabrication of Target-Specific Gold Nanoparticles, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 128, 11342-11343, 2006.
K. V. Katti, K. Raghuraman, Rahing V, Cutler C, Pandrapragada R, Katti K.K, Vijaya Kattumuri, J. David Robertson, Stan W. Casteel, Silvia Jurisson, Evan Boote, Hybrid Nanoparticles In Molecular Imaging and Therapy,Supplement D of the Czechoslovak Journal of Physics–Proceedings of the 15th Radiochemical Conference, 56, Supplement D, 56, D23, 2006.
Vijaya Kattumuri, Kavita Katti, Sharanya Bhaskaran, Evan J. Boote, Stan W. Casteel, Genevieve M. Fent, David J. Robertson, Meera Chandrasekhar, Raghuraman Kannan, and Kattesh V. Katti. Gum Arabic as a Phytochemical Construct for the Stabilization of Gold Nanoparticles: In Vivo Pharmacokinetics and X ray-Contrast-Imaging Studies. Small, Jan 29;3(2):333-341, 2007.
Nicholas T. Basta; Jill N. Foster; E. A. Dayton; Robin R. Rodriguez; Stan W. Casteel. The effect of dosing vehicle on arsenic bioaccessibility in smelter-contaminated soils. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, Volume 42, Issue 9, 1275 – 1281, 2007.
R.A. Budinsky, J.C. Rowlands, S.W. Casteel, G. Fent, C.A. Cushing, J. Newsted, J.P. Giesy, M.V. Ruby, L.L. Aylward. A pilot study of oral bioavailability of dioxins and furans from contaminated soils: Impact of differential hepatic enzyme activity and species differences. Chemosphere, 70:1774-1786, 2008.
Genevieve M. Fent; Timothy J. Evans; Desmond I. Bannon; Stan W. Casteel. Lead Distribution in rats following respiratory exposure to lead-contaminated soils. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry, Vol 90, Issue 5, pgs 971-982, Sept 2008.
Genevieve M. Fent; Stan W. Casteel; Dae Young Kim; Raghuraman Kannan; Kavita Katti; Nripen Chanda; Kattesh Katti. Biodistribution of maltose and gum arabic hybrid gold nanoparticles after intravenous injection in juvenile swine. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine, 5:128-135, 2009.
Radioactive gold nanoparticles in cancer therapy: therapeutic efficacy studies of GA-198AuNP nanoconstruct in prostate tumor–bearing mice. Nripen Chanda, PhDa, Para Kan, MSb, Lisa D. Watkinson, MSc, Ravi Shukla, PhDa, Ajit Zambre, PhDa, Terry L. Carmack, MSc, Hendrik Engelbrecht, PhDd, John R. Lever, PhDc,, Kavita Katti, BSa, Genevieve M. Fent, DVMc, Stan W. Casteel, DVM, PhDc,, C. Jeffrey Smith, PhDa,c,d, William H. Miller, PhDd, Silvia Jurisson, PhDb,e,f, Evan Boote, PhDa, J. David Robertson, PhDb,d,e,f, Cathy Cutler, PhDb,d,e,f, Marina Dobrovolskaia, PhDg, Raghuraman Kannan, PhDa,h,⁎, Kattesh V. Katti, PhD, DSc, FRSCa,d,h. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine, 6:201-209, 2010.