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2009
Prabaharan M, Grailer JJ, Pilla S, Steeber DA, Gong S. Amphiphilic multi-arm block copolymer based on hyperbranched polyester, poly(L-lactide) and poly(ethylene glycol) as a drug delivery carrier. Macromolecular Bioscience. 2009 ;9:515-524.
Prabaharan M, Grailer JJ, Pilla S, Steeber DA, Gong S. Amphiphilic multi-arm-block copolymer conjugated with doxorubicin via pH-sensitive hydrazone bond for tumor-targeted drug delivery. Biomaterials. 2009 ;30:5757-5766.
Tiwari A, Grailer JJ, Pilla S, Steeber DA, Gong S. Biodegradable hydrogels based on novel photopolymerizable guar gum-methacrylate macromonomers for in situ fabrication of tissue engineering scaffolds. Acta Biomaterialia. 2009 ;5:3441-3452.
Aryal S, Grailer JJ, Pilla S, Steeber DA, Gong S. Doxorubicin conjugated gold nanoparticles as water-soluble and pH-responsive anticancer drug nanocarriers. Journal of Materials Chemistry. 2009 ;19:7879-7884.
Zhang C, Subramanian H, Grailer JJ, Tiwari A, Pilla S, Steeber DA, Gong S. Fabrication of biodegradable poly(trimethylene carbonate) networks for potential tissue engineering scaffold applications. Polymers for Advanced Technologies. 2009 ;20:742-747.
Prabaharan M, Grailer JJ, Pilla S, Steeber DA, Gong S. Folate-conjugated amphiphilic hyperbranched block copolymers based on Boltorn® H40, poly(l-lactide) and poly(ethylene glycol) for tumor-targeted drug delivery. Biomaterials. 2009 ;30:3009-3019.
Prabaharan M, Grailer JJ, Pilla S, Steeber DA, Gong S. Gold nanoparticles with a monolayer of doxorubicin-conjugated amphiphilic block copolymer for tumor-targeted drug delivery. Biomaterials. 2009 ;30:6065-6075.
Prabaharan M, Grailer JJ, Steeber DA, Gong S. Thermosensitive micelles based on folate-conjugated poly(N-vinylcaprolactam)-block-poly(ethylene glycol) for tumor-targeted drug delivery. Macromolecular Bioscience. 2009 ;9:744-753.
Yang X, Pilla S, Grailer JJ, Steeber DA, Gong S, Chen Y, Chen G. Tumor-targeting, superparamagnetic polymeric vesicles as highly efficient MRI contrast probes. Journal of Materials Chemistry. 2009 ;19:5812-5817.