Fenghua Meng
Fenghua Meng
Professor of Biomedical Polymers, Soochow University
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Glutathione-responsive nano-vehicles as a promising platform for targeted intracellular drug and gene delivery
R Cheng, F Feng, F Meng, C Deng, J Feijen, Z Zhong
Journal of controlled release 152 (1), 2-12, 2011
Dual and multi-stimuli responsive polymeric nanoparticles for programmed site-specific drug delivery
R Cheng, F Meng, C Deng, HA Klok, Z Zhong
Biomaterials 34 (14), 3647-3657, 2013
Stimuli-responsive polymersomes for programmed drug delivery
F Meng, Z Zhong, J Feijen
Biomacromolecules 10 (2), 197-209, 2009
Reduction-sensitive polymers and bioconjugates for biomedical applications
F Meng, WE Hennink, Z Zhong
Biomaterials 30 (12), 2180-2198, 2009
Biodegradable polymeric micelles for targeted and controlled anticancer drug delivery: promises, progress and prospects
C Deng, Y Jiang, R Cheng, F Meng, Z Zhong
Nano Today 7 (5), 467-480, 2012
Ligand-directed active tumor-targeting polymeric nanoparticles for cancer chemotherapy
Y Zhong, F Meng, C Deng, Z Zhong
Biomacromolecules 15 (6), 1955-1969, 2014
pH-Sensitive degradable polymersomes for triggered release of anticancer drugs: a comparative study with micelles
W Chen, F Meng, R Cheng, Z Zhong
Journal of controlled release 142 (1), 40-46, 2010
Biodegradable micelles with sheddable poly (ethylene glycol) shells for triggered intracellular release of doxorubicin
H Sun, B Guo, R Cheng, F Meng, H Liu, Z Zhong
Biomaterials 30 (31), 6358-6366, 2009
Co-delivery of siRNA and paclitaxel into cancer cells by biodegradable cationic micelles based on PDMAEMA–PCL–PDMAEMA triblock copolymers
C Zhu, S Jung, S Luo, F Meng, X Zhu, TG Park, Z Zhong
Biomaterials 31 (8), 2408-2416, 2010
Reversibly stabilized multifunctional dextran nanoparticles efficiently deliver doxorubicin into the nuclei of cancer cells
YL Li, L Zhu, Z Liu, R Cheng, F Meng, JH Cui, SJ Ji, Z Zhong
Angewandte Chemie 121 (52), 10098-10102, 2009
Redox and pH-responsive degradable micelles for dually activated intracellular anticancer drug release
W Chen, P Zhong, F Meng, R Cheng, C Deng, J Feijen, Z Zhong
Journal of controlled release 169 (3), 171-179, 2013
Functional polypeptide and hybrid materials: Precision synthesis via α-amino acid N-carboxyanhydride polymerization and emerging biomedical applications
C Deng, J Wu, R Cheng, F Meng, HA Klok, Z Zhong
Progress in Polymer Science 39 (2), 330-364, 2014
Shell-sheddable micelles based on dextran-SS-poly (ε-caprolactone) diblock copolymer for efficient intracellular release of doxorubicin
H Sun, B Guo, X Li, R Cheng, F Meng, H Liu, Z Zhong
Biomacromolecules 11 (4), 848-854, 2010
Biodegradable polymersomes
F Meng, C Hiemstra, GHM Engbers, J Feijen
Macromolecules 36 (9), 3004-3006, 2003
Reversibly crosslinked hyaluronic acid nanoparticles for active targeting and intelligent delivery of doxorubicin to drug resistant CD44+ human breast tumor xenografts
Y Zhong, J Zhang, R Cheng, C Deng, F Meng, F Xie, Z Zhong
Journal of controlled release 205, 144-154, 2015
Hyaluronic acid-shelled acid-activatable paclitaxel prodrug micelles effectively target and treat CD44-overexpressing human breast tumor xenografts in vivo
Y Zhong, K Goltsche, L Cheng, F Xie, F Meng, C Deng, Z Zhong, R Haag
Biomaterials 84, 250-261, 2016
Biodegradable polymersomes as a basis for artificial cells: encapsulation, release and targeting
F Meng, GHM Engbers, J Feijen
Journal of Controlled Release 101 (1-3), 187-198, 2005
pH-responsive biodegradable micelles based on acid-labile polycarbonate hydrophobe: synthesis and triggered drug release
W Chen, F Meng, F Li, SJ Ji, Z Zhong
Biomacromolecules 10 (7), 1727-1735, 2009
Intracellular drug release nanosystems
F Meng, R Cheng, C Deng, Z Zhong
Materials today 15 (10), 436-442, 2012
α-Amino acid containing degradable polymers as functional biomaterials: rational design, synthetic pathway, and biomedical applications
H Sun, F Meng, AA Dias, M Hendriks, J Feijen, Z Zhong
Biomacromolecules 12 (6), 1937-1955, 2011
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