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Yan Pang
Yan Pang
The David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, MIT
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Supramolecular hydrogels: synthesis, properties and their biomedical applications
R Dong, Y Pang, Y Su, X Zhu
Biomaterials science 3 (7), 937-954, 2015
2822015
Oxime linkage: a robust tool for the design of pH-sensitive polymeric drug carriers
Y Jin, L Song, Y Su, L Zhu, Y Pang, F Qiu, G Tong, D Yan, B Zhu, X Zhu
Biomacromolecules 12 (10), 3460-3468, 2011
2382011
Redox-responsive polyphosphate nanosized assemblies: a smart drug delivery platform for cancer therapy
J Liu, Y Pang, W Huang, Z Zhu, X Zhu, Y Zhou, D Yan
Biomacromolecules 12 (6), 2407-2415, 2011
2242011
Bioreducible micelles self-assembled from amphiphilic hyperbranched multiarm copolymer for glutathione-mediated intracellular drug delivery
J Liu, Y Pang, W Huang, X Huang, L Meng, X Zhu, Y Zhou, D Yan
Biomacromolecules 12 (5), 1567-1577, 2011
2172011
Biointerfacial self-assembly generates lipid membrane coated bacteria for enhanced oral delivery and treatment
Z Cao, X Wang, Y Pang, S Cheng, J Liu
Nature Communications 10 (1), 5783, 2019
2052019
Camouflaging bacteria by wrapping with cell membranes
Z Cao, S Cheng, X Wang, Y Pang, J Liu
Nature Communications 10 (1), 3452, 2019
1812019
Supramolecular copolymer micelles based on the complementary multiple hydrogen bonds of nucleobases for drug delivery
D Wang, Y Su, C Jin, B Zhu, Y Pang, L Zhu, J Liu, C Tu, D Yan, X Zhu
Biomacromolecules 12 (4), 1370-1379, 2011
1542011
Triggerable tough hydrogels for gastric resident dosage forms
Jinyao Liu, Yan Pang, Shiyi Zhang, Cody Cleveland, Xiaolei Yin, Lucas Booth ...
Nature Communications 8 (124), 2017
1432017
Synthetic viability by BRCA2 and PARP1/ARTD1 deficiencies
X Ding, AR Chaudhuri, E Callen, Y Pang, K Biswas, KD Klarmann, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 12425, 2016
1412016
Therapeutic nanocarriers with hydrogen peroxide-triggered drug release for cancer treatment
J Liu, Y Pang, Z Zhu, D Wang, C Li, W Huang, X Zhu, D Yan
Biomacromolecules 14 (5), 1627-1636, 2013
1402013
Molecular self‐assembly of a homopolymer: an alternative to fabricate drug‐delivery platforms for cancer therapy
J Liu, W Huang, Y Pang, P Huang, X Zhu, Y Zhou, D Yan
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 50 (39), 9162-9166, 2011
1372011
Hyperbranched polyphosphates for drug delivery application: design, synthesis, and in vitro evaluation
J Liu, W Huang, Y Pang, X Zhu, Y Zhou, D Yan
Biomacromolecules 11 (6), 1564-1570, 2010
1192010
Self-assembly of phospholipid-analogous hyperbranched polymers nanomicelles for drug delivery
J Liu, Y Pang, W Huang, X Zhu, Y Zhou, D Yan
Biomaterials 31 (6), 1334-1341, 2010
1192010
Polymerization‐mediated multifunctionalization of living cells for enhanced cell‐based therapy
C Pan, J Li, W Hou, S Lin, L Wang, Y Pang, Y Wang, J Liu
Advanced Materials 33 (13), 2007379, 2021
1182021
Hyperbranched polydiselenide as a self assembling broad spectrum anticancer agent
J Liu, Y Pang, J Chen, P Huang, W Huang, X Zhu, D Yan
Biomaterials 33 (31), 7765-7774, 2012
1122012
Photoluminescent hyperbranched poly (amido amine) containing β-cyclodextrin as a nonviral gene delivery vector
Y Chen, L Zhou, Y Pang, W Huang, F Qiu, X Jiang, X Zhu, D Yan, Q Chen
Bioconjugate chemistry 22 (6), 1162-1170, 2011
1092011
Polymeric micelles with water-insoluble drug as hydrophobic moiety for drug delivery
G Li, J Liu, Y Pang, R Wang, L Mao, D Yan, X Zhu, J Sun
Biomacromolecules 12 (6), 2016-2026, 2011
1022011
Biodegradable hyperbranched polyglycerol with ester linkages for drug delivery
M Hu, M Chen, G Li, Y Pang, D Wang, J Wu, F Qiu, X Zhu, J Sun
Biomacromolecules 13 (11), 3552-3561, 2012
962012
Swelling-strengthening hydrogels by embedding with deformable nanobarriers
F Wu, Y Pang, J Liu
Nature Communications 11 (1), 4502, 2020
952020
Self-assembled micelles from an amphiphilic hyperbranched copolymer with polyphosphate arms for drug delivery
J Liu, W Huang, Y Pang, X Zhu, Y Zhou, D Yan
Langmuir 26 (13), 10585-10592, 2010
912010
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