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Stimulus‐Sensitive Polymeric Nanoparticles and Their Applications as Drug and Gene Carriers

Li, Yi; Gao, Guang Hui; Lee, Doo Sung

Advanced healthcare materials. Volume 2:Issue 3 (2013, March); pp 388-417 -- Wiley-VCH

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Nanocarriers: Bioreducible Carboxymethyl Dextran Nanoparticles for Tumor‐Targeted Drug Delivery (Adv. Healthcare Mater. 11/2014)

Thambi, Thavasyappan et al.

Advanced healthcare materials. Volume 3:Issue 11 (2014, November); pp 1828-1828 -- Wiley-VCH

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Stimuli-responsive polymersomes for cancer therapy

Thambi, Thavasyappan; Park, Jae Hyung; Lee, Doo Sung

Biomaterials science. Volume 4:Number 1 (2016); pp 55-69 -- Royal Society of Chemistry

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Effective systemic siRNA delivery using dual-layer protected long-circulating nanohydrogel containing an inorganic core1

Yin, Yue et al.

Biomaterials science. Volume 7:Number 8 (2019); pp 3297-3306 -- Royal Society of Chemistry

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Bioreducible Carboxymethyl Dextran Nanoparticles for Tumor‐Targeted Drug Delivery

Thambi, Thavasyappan et al.

Advanced healthcare materials. Volume 3:Issue 11 (2014, November); pp 1829-1838 -- Wiley-VCH

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Engineering highly swellable dual-responsive protein-based injectable hydrogels: the effects of molecular structure and composition in vivo

Phan, V. H. Giang et al.

Biomaterials science. Volume 5:Number 11 (2017); pp 2285-2294 -- Royal Society of Chemistry

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Physically crosslinked injectable hydrogels for long-term delivery of oncolytic adenoviruses for cancer treatmentElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available. See DOI: 10.1039/c9bm00992b

LeThese authors contributed equally to this work., Thai Minh Duy et al.

Biomaterials science. Volume 7:Issue 10 (2019); pp 4195-4207 -- Royal Society of Chemistry

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A pH- and temperature-responsive bioresorbable injectable hydrogel based on polypeptide block copolymers for the sustained delivery of proteins in vivo

Turabee, Md. Hasan et al.

Biomaterials science. Volume 6:Number 3 (2018); pp 661-671 -- Royal Society of Chemistry

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Effective systemic siRNA delivery using dual-layer protected long-circulating nanohydrogel containing an inorganic coreElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: 1H NMR spectrum of PEG-dextran-dopa. See DOI: 10.1039/c9bm00369j

YinThe first two authors contributed equally to this study., Yue et al.

Biomaterials science. Volume 7:Issue 8 (2019); pp 3297-3306 -- Royal Society of Chemistry

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Bioresorbable polypeptide-based comb-polymers efficiently improves the stability and pharmacokinetics of proteins in vivo

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Biomaterials science. Volume 5:Number 4 (2017); pp 837-848 -- Royal Society of Chemistry

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