Mansoor M Amiji
Mansoor M Amiji
Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts
Email yang diverifikasi di northeastern.edu - Beranda
Dikutip oleh
Dikutip oleh
A review of stimuli-responsive nanocarriers for drug and gene delivery
S Ganta, H Devalapally, A Shahiwala, M Amiji
Journal of controlled release 126 (3), 187-204, 2008
Chitosan-based gastrointestinal delivery systems
R Hejazi, M Amiji
Journal of controlled release 89 (2), 151-165, 2003
Poly (ethylene glycol)-modified nanocarriers for tumor-targeted and intracellular delivery
LE van Vlerken, TK Vyas, MM Amiji
Pharmaceutical research 24 (8), 1405-1414, 2007
Biodegradable poly (ε-caprolactone) nanoparticles for tumor-targeted delivery of tamoxifen
JS Chawla, MM Amiji
International journal of pharmaceutics 249 (1-2), 127-138, 2002
Coadministration of paclitaxel and curcumin in nanoemulsion formulations to overcome multidrug resistance in tumor cells
S Ganta, M Amiji
Molecular pharmaceutics 6 (3), 928-939, 2009
Preparation and characterization of freeze-dried chitosan-poly (ethylene oxide) hydrogels for site-specific antibiotic delivery in the stomach
VR Patel, MM Amiji
Pharmaceutical research 13 (4), 588-593, 1996
Exosome mediated communication within the tumor microenvironment
L Milane, A Singh, G Mattheolabakis, M Suresh, MM Amiji
Journal of Controlled Release 219, 278-294, 2015
Prevention of protein adsorption and platelet adhesion on surfaces by PEO/PPO/PEO triblock copolymers
M Amiji, K Park
Biomaterials 13 (10), 682-692, 1992
Multi-functional nanocarriers to overcome tumor drug resistance
LS Jabr-Milane, LE van Vlerken, S Yadav, MM Amiji
Cancer treatment reviews 34 (7), 592-602, 2008
Surface modification of polymeric biomaterials with poly (ethylene oxide), albumin, and heparin for reduced thrombogenicity
M Amiji, K Park
Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition 4 (3), 217-234, 1993
Poly (ethylene oxide)-modified poly (ɛ-caprolactone) nanoparticles for targeted delivery of tamoxifen in breast cancer
DB Shenoy, MM Amiji
International journal of pharmaceutics 293 (1-2), 261-270, 2005
Multi-functional polymeric nanoparticles for tumour-targeted drug delivery
LE Van Vlerken, MM Amiji
Expert opinion on drug delivery 3 (2), 205-216, 2006
Enzyme immobilization in novel alginate–chitosan core-shell microcapsules
E Taqieddin, M Amiji
Biomaterials 25 (10), 1937-1945, 2004
Long-circulating poly (ethylene glycol)-modified gelatin nanoparticles for intracellular delivery
G Kaul, M Amiji
Pharmaceutical research 19 (7), 1061-1067, 2002
pH‐responsive polymer microspheres: Rapid release of encapsulated material within the range of intracellular pH
DM Lynn, MM Amiji, R Langer
Angewandte Chemie 113 (9), 1757-1760, 2001
Nanoporous inorganic membranes or coatings for sustained drug delivery in implantable devices
E Gultepe, D Nagesha, S Sridhar, M Amiji
Advanced drug delivery reviews 62 (3), 305-315, 2010
Hyaluronic acid targeting of CD44 for cancer therapy: from receptor biology to nanomedicine
G Mattheolabakis, L Milane, A Singh, MM Amiji
Journal of drug targeting 23 (7-8), 605-618, 2015
Hyaluronic acid based self-assembling nanosystems for CD44 target mediated siRNA delivery to solid tumors
S Ganesh, AK Iyer, DV Morrissey, MM Amiji
Biomaterials 34 (13), 3489-3502, 2013
Poly (ethylene oxide)-modified poly (β-amino ester) nanoparticles as a pH-sensitive system for tumor-targeted delivery of hydrophobic drugs: part 2. In vivo distribution andá…
D Shenoy, S Little, R Langer, M Amiji
Pharmaceutical research 22 (12), 2107-2114, 2005
Improved oral bioavailability and brain transport of Saquinavir upon administration in novel nanoemulsion formulations
TK Vyas, A Shahiwala, MM Amiji
International journal of pharmaceutics 347 (1-2), 93-101, 2008
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