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2011

Thermosensitive nanogels based in dendritic polyglycerol and N-isopropylacrylamide for biomedical applications.

J. Cuggino, C.I. Alvarez I., M. Strumia, P. Welker, K. Licha, D. Steinhilber, R.-C- Mutihac and M. Calderón*

Soft Matter 7 (2011), 11259-11266.

 

Degradable Self-Assembling Dendrons for Gene Delivery – Experimental and Theoretical Insights into the Barriers to Cellular Uptake.

A. Barnard, P. Posocco, S. Pricl, M. Calderón, R. Haag, M.E. Hwang, V.W. Shum, D.W. Pack, D.K. Smith

Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (2011), 20288-20300.

 

Development of efficient acid cleavable multifunctional prodrugs derived from dendritic polyglycerol with poly(ethylene glycol) shell.

M. Calderón, P. Welker, K. Licha, I. Fitchner, R. Graeser, R. Haag, F. Kratz.

Journal of Controlled Release151 (2011), 295–301.

 

Size-dependant cellular uptake of dendritic polyglycerol.

S. Reichert, M. Calderón, J. Khandare, P. Welker, D. Mangoldt, K. Licha, R.K. Kainthan, D.E. Brooks, and R. Haag

Small 7 (2011), 820-829.

 

Säurelabile Nanotransporter als neuartige Drug-Delivery-Systeme zur Behandlung von Krebserkrankungen.

M. Calderón, R. Haag, F. Kratz

Journal Onkologie 3 (2011), 150-153.

 

New dendronized polymers from acrylate Behera amine and their ability to produce visco-elastic structured fluids when mixed with CTAT worm-like micelles.

J. Cuggino, M. Calderón, C.I. Alvarez I., M. Strumia, K.N. Silva, E.K. Penott-Chang, A.J. Müller

Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 357 (2011), 147-156.

 

Nuevos fluidos estructurados basados en mezclas de polimeros dendronizados y un surfactante cationico capaz de formar micelas gusano.

K.N. Silva, E.K. Penott-Chang,A.J. Müller, J.C. Cuggino, M. Calderón, C.I. Alvarez, M.C. Strumia

Revista Latinamericana de Metalurgia y Materiales (2011), 56-57.

 

Dendritic polymers in Oncology: Facts, features, and applications.

M. A. Quadir, M. Calderón, R. Haag

Book chapter in ‘Drug Delivery in Oncology: From Basic Research to Cancer Therapy’ –Wiley (2011), 513-551.