• 2009

    10. Y.L. Li, L. Zhu, Z.Z. Liu, R. Cheng, F.H. Meng*, J.H. Cui, S.J. Ji, and Z.Y. Zhong*, Reversibly Stabilized Multifunctional Dextran Nanoparticles Efficiently Deliver Doxorubicin into the Nuclei of Cancer Cells, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2009, 48, 9914-9918.   10.pdf

    9. Y.M. Xu, F.H. Meng*, R. Cheng, Z.Y. Zhong*, Reduction-Sensitive Reversibly Crosslinked Biodegradable Micelles for Triggered Release of Doxorubicin, Macromol. Biosci. 2009, 9, 1254-1261.   9.pdf

    8. H.Z. Du, A.H. Velders, P.J. Dijkstra, Z.Y. Zhong, X.S. Chen, J. Feijen, Chiral Salan Aluminum Ethyl Complexes and Their Application in Lactide Polymerization, Chem.-Eur. J. 2009, 15: 9836-9845.   8.pdf

    7. H.L. Sun, B.N. Guo, R. Cheng, F.H. Meng *, H.Y. Liu, Z.Y. Zhong*, Biodegradable micelles with sheddable poly(ethylene glycol) shells for triggered intracellular release of doxorubicin, Biomaterials  2009, 30: 6358-6366.   7.pdf

    6. W. Chen, F.H. Meng, F. Li, S.-J. Ji, Z.Y. Zhong*, pH-Responsive Biodegradable Micelles Based on Acid-Labile Polycarbonate Hydrophobe: Synthesis and Triggered Drug Release, Biomacromolecules 2009, 10: 1727-1735.   6.pdf

    5. H.F. Xu, F.H. Meng*, Z.Y. Zhong*, Reversibly crosslinked temperature-responsive nano-sized polymersomes: synthesis and triggered drug release, J. Mater. Chem. 2009, 19: 4183-4190.   5.pdf

    4. F.H. Meng, W.E.Hennink,  Z.Y. Zhong*, Reduction-Sensitive Polymers and Bioconjugates for Biomedical Applications, Biomaterials  2009, 30:2180-2198.   4.pdf

    3. R. Jin, L.S. Moreira Teixeira, P.J. Dijkstra, M. Karperien, Z.Y. Zhong, J. Feijen, Injectable Chitosan-based Hydrogels for Cartilage Tissue Engineering, Biomaterials 2009, 30:2544-2551   3.pdf

    2. H.Z. Du, A.H. Velders, P.J. Dijkstra, Z.Y. Zhong, X.S. Chen, J. Feijen, Polymerization of lactide using achiral bis(pyrrolidene) schiff base aluminum complexes, Macromolecules 2009, 42: 1058–1066.   2.pdf

    1. F.H. Meng, Z.Y. Zhong*, J. Feijen, Stimuli-responsive polymersomes for programmed drug delivery. Biomacromolecules 2009, 10: 197-209.   1.pdf