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Biography
Jeanette

Dr. Jeanette M. Cardamone

USDA ARS Eastern Regional Research Center

Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania 19038, USA

Lead Scientist


Email: jan.cardamone@ars.usda.gov


Qualifications

Ph.D., Textile Chemistry, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MNM.S., Organic Chemistry, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

B.A., Chemistry, Rosemont College, Rosemont, PA


Publications (Selected)

Journals

  1. Cardamone, J.M., Expanding the Utility of the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) process bleaching, Textile Research Journal, 81 (17) 2011, 1818 - 1827.
  2. Martin, J.J., Cardamone, J.M., Irwin, P.L., Brown, E.M., Keratin Capped Silver Nanoparticles- Synthesis and  Characterization of a Nanomaterial with Desirable Handling Properties, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 88, 2011, 354-361.
  3. Cardamone, J.M., Investigating the Microstructure of Keratin Extracted from Wool: Peptide Sequence (MALDI-TOF/TOF) and Protein Conformation (FTIR), Journal of Molecular Structure 969, 97-105, 2010.
  4. Cardamone, J., Characterizing Wool Keratin, Research Letters in Material Science, Volume 2009, Article ID 147175, 5 pages, doi10.1155/2009/147175.
  5. Cardamone, J.M., Keratin Transamidation, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 42 (5), 413, 2008.
  6. Cardamone, J.M. and Martin, J.J., Keratin Coatings for Wool: Shrinkproofing and Nanoparticle Delivery, Macromolecular Symposia 271, (Bio)degradable Polymers from Renewable Resources, Vienna, 161-166, 2007
  7. Cardamone, J.M., Enzyme-mediated Crosslinking of Wool Part I: Transglutaminase, Textile Research Journal, 77, 214, 2007
  8. Cardamone, J.M. and Phillips, J.G., Enzyme-mediated Crosslinking of Wool Part II: Keratin and Transglutaminase, Textile Research Journal, 77, 277, 2007
  9. Cardamone, J. M., Proteolytic activity of aspergillus flavus on wool. AATCC Review, 2(2), pp. 30-35, 2002.


Books

  1. Cardamone, J.M., Biodeterioration of Wool by Microorganisms and Insects, in Bioactive Fibers and Polymers, ACS Symposium Series 792, (Eds. Edwards, J.V. and Vigo, T.L., American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, 2001, pp. 263-298.
  2. Cardamone, J.M., Historic Textiles and Paper, Historic Textiles and Paper; the Aging, Degradation, and Conservation of Historic Materials Made from Cellulose Fibers in Historic Textiles, Papers, and Polymers in Museums, ACS Symposium Series 779, (Eds. Cardamone, J.M. and Baker, M.), American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, 2000, pp. 2-8.
  3. Cardamone, J.M., The Aging, Degradation, and Conservation of Historic Materials Made from Cellulosic Fibers, in Historic Textiles, Papers, and Polymers in Museums,  (Eds. Cardamone, J.M. and Baker, M.), ACS Symposium Series 779, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, 2000, pp. 8-22.
  4. Cardamone, J.M. and Marmer, W.N., The Whitening of Textiles, Chapter 2 in Chemistry of the Textile Industry, Carr, C.M. (ed.) New York: Blackie Academic & Professional (Chapman and Hall), 1995, pp. 46-98.
  5. Cardamone, J.M., Development of Applications and Properties of Cellulose Graft Polymers, Manmade Fibers: Their Origin and Development, Elsevier Applied Science, New York, 1991, 107-141.
  6. Cardamone, J.M., Keister, K.M., and Osareh, A.H. Degradation and Conservation of Cellulosics and their Esters in Polymers in Conservation. In Polymers in Conservation, Allen,, N.S., Edge, M., and Horie, C.V. (Eds.) Royal Society of Chemistry Special Publication No. 105, pp. 108-124, 1992.
  7. Cardamone, J.M. Nondestructive Evaluation of Aging in Cotton Textiles by Fourier Transform Reflection-absorption Infrared Spectroscopy in Historic Textile and Paper Materials II. Needles, H.L. and Zeronian, S.H., (Eds.), Symposium Series 410: American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., Chapter 15, pp. 239-251, 1989.
  8. Cardamone, J.M. and Brown, P. Evaluation of degradation in museum textiles using property kinetics. In: Historic Textiles and Paper Materials. Needles, H.L. and Zeronian, S.H. (Eds.), Advances in Chemistry 212. American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., pp. 41-75, 1986.