• 2015


    90. X. Li, W.J. Yang, Y. Zou, F.H. Meng*, C. Deng, and Z.Y. Zhong*, Efficacious delivery of protein drugs to prostate cancer cells by PSMA-targeted pH-responsive chimaeric polymersomes, J. Control. Release 2015, 220, 704-714. 

    89. R. Cheng, F.H. Meng, C. Deng, and Z.Y. Zhong*, Bioresponsive Polymeric Nanotherapeutics for Targeted Cancer Chemotherapy, Nano Today 2015, 10, 656-670.   89.pdf

    88. S.Y. Liu*, and Z.Y. Zhong*,  Preface - Special Topic: Progress in Synthetic Polymer Chemistry, SCIENCECHINAChemistry 2015, 58, 1631-1632.

    87. W.T. Lu, X.X. Wang, R. Cheng*, C. Deng, F.H. Meng, and Z.Y. Zhong*, Biocompatible and Bioreducible Micelles Fabricated from Novel α-Amino Acid-Based Poly(disulfide urethane)s: Design, Synthesis and Triggered Doxorubicin Release, Polymer Chemistry 2015, 6, 6001-6010.   87.pdf

    86. F.S. Huang, R. Cheng*, F.H. Meng, C. Deng, and Z.Y. Zhong*, Micelles Based on Acid Degradable Poly(acetal urethane): Preparation, pH-Sensitivity, and Triggered Intracellular Drug Release, Biomacromolecules 2015, 16, 2228-2236.   86.pdf

    85. L. Lu, Y. Zou, W.J. Yang, F.H. Meng*, C. Deng, R. Cheng, and Z.Y. Zhong*, Anisamide-Decorated pH-Sensitive Degradable Chimaeric Polymersomes Mediate Potent and Targeted Protein Delivery to Lung Cancer Cells, Biomacromolecules 2015, 16, 1726-1735   85.pdf

    84. W. Chen, F.H. Meng, R. Cheng, C. Deng, J. Feijen*, and Z.Y. Zhong*, Facile Construction of Dual-Bioresponsive Biodegradable Micelles with Superior Extracellular Stability and Activated Intracellular Drug Release, J. Control. Release 2015, 210, 125-133   84.pdf

    83. Z.Y. Zhong*, Professor Jan Feijen: a Pioneer in Biomedical Polymers and Controlled Drug Release, J. Control. Release 2015, 205, 3-6.   83.pdf

    82. Z.Y. Zhong*, and J. Feijen, The Third Symposium on Innovative Polymers for Controlled Delivery, September 16-19, 2014, Suzhou, China, J. Control. Release 2015, 205, 1-2.   82.pdf

    81. H. He, Y.G. Bai, J.H. Wang, Q.R. Deng, L.P. Zhu, F.H. Meng, Z.Y. Zhong*, and L.C. Yin*, Reversibly crosslinked polyplexes enable cancer-targeted gene delivery via self-promoted DNA release and self-diminished toxicity, Biomacromolecules 2015, 16, 1390-1400.   81.pdf

    80. P.P. Chen, M. Qiu, C. Deng*, F.H. Meng, J. Zhang, R. Cheng, and Z.Y. Zhong*, pH-Responsive Chimaeric Pepsomes Based on Asymmetric Poly(ethylene glycol)-b-Poly(L-leucine)-b-Poly(L-glutamic acid) Triblock Copolymer for Efficient Loading and Active Intracellular  Delivery of Doxorubicin Hydrochloride, Biomacromolecules 2015, 16, 1322-1330.   80.pdf

    79. J.L. Lv, H.L. Sun, Y. Zou, F.H. Meng*, A.A. Dias, M. Hendriks, J. Feijen, and Z.Y. Zhong*, Reductively Degradable a-Amino Acid-Based Poly(ester amide)-Graft-Galactose Copolymers: Facile Synthesis, Self-Assembly, and Hepatoma-Targeting Doxorubicin Delivery, Biomater. Sci. 2015, 3, 1134-1146.   79.pdf

    78. Y.N. Zhong, J. Zhang, R. Cheng*, C. Deng, F.H. Meng, F. Xie*, and Z.Y. Zhong*, Reversibly Crosslinked Hyaluronic Acid Nanoparticles for Active Targeting and Intelligent Delivery of Doxorubicin to Drug Resistant CD44+ Human Breast Tumor Xenografts, J. Control. Release 2015, 205, 144-154.   78.pdf

    77. W. Chen, F.H. Meng, R. Cheng, C. Deng, J. Feijen*, and Z.Y. Zhong*, Biodegradable Glycopolymer-b-Poly(e-caprolactone) Block Copolymer Micelles: Versatile Construction, Tailored Lactose Functionality, and Hepatoma-Targeted Drug Delivery, J. Mater. Chem. B 2015, 3, 2308-2317.   77.pdf

    76. H.L. Sun, R. Cheng, C. Deng, F.H. Meng*, A.A. Dias, M. Hendriks, J. Feijen, and Z.Y. Zhong*, Enzymatically and Reductively Degradable a-Amino Acid-Based Poly(ester amide)s: Synthesis, Cell Compatibility, and Intracellular Anticancer Drug Delivery, Biomacromolecules 2015, 16, 597-605.   76.pdf

    75. G.H. Xu, X.L. Wang, C. Deng*, X.M. Teng, E.J. Suuronen, Z.Y. Shen*, and Z.Y. Zhong*, Injectable Biodegradable Hybrid Hydrogels Based on Thiolated Collagen and Oligo(acryloyl carbonate)-Poly(ethylene glycol)-Oligo(acryloyl carbonate) Copolymer for Functional Cardiac Regeneration, Acta Biomaterialia 2015, 15, 55-64.   75.pdf

    74. N.J.R. Blackburn, T. Sofrenovic, D. Kuraitis, A. Ahmadi, B. McNeill, C. Deng, K.J. Rayner, Z.Y. Zhong, M. Ruel, and E.J. Suuronen*, Timing underpins the benefits associated with injectable collagen biomaterial therapy for the treatment of myocardial infarction, Biomaterials 2015, 39, 182-192.   74.pdf