James-Kevin Tan
James-Kevin Tan
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Development of switchable polymers to address the dilemma of stability and cargo release in polycationic nucleic acid carriers
Y Cheng, DL Sellers, JKY Tan, DJ Peeler, PJ Horner, SH Pun
Biomaterials 127, 89-96, 2017
Microbubbles and ultrasound increase intraventricular polyplex gene transfer to the brain
JKY Tan, B Pham, Y Zong, C Perez, DO Maris, A Hemphill, CH Miao, ...
Journal of Controlled Release 231, 86-93, 2016
Nano‐sized sunflower polycations as effective gene transfer vehicles
Y Cheng, H Wei, JKY Tan, DJ Peeler, DO Maris, DL Sellers, PJ Horner, ...
Small 12 (20), 2750-2758, 2016
Self-assembled polypeptide and polypeptide hybrid vesicles: from synthesis to application
UJ Choe, VZ Sun, JKY Tan, DT Kamei
Peptide-based materials, 117-134, 2011
Guanidinylated block copolymers for gene transfer: A comparison with amine-based materials for in vitro and in vivo gene transfer efficiency
JL Choi, JKY Tan, DL Sellers, H Wei, PJ Horner, SH Pun
Biomaterials 54, 87-96, 2015
Non-viral nucleic acid delivery strategies to the central nervous system
JKY Tan, DL Sellers, B Pham, SH Pun, PJ Horner
Frontiers in molecular neuroscience 9, 108, 2016
Reducible, dibromomaleimide-linked polymers for gene delivery
JKY Tan, JL Choi, H Wei, JG Schellinger, SH Pun
Biomaterials science 3 (1), 112-120, 2015
Targeting ligands deliver model drug cargo into the central nervous system along autonomic neurons
DL Sellers, JKY Tan, JMB Pineda, DJ Peeler, VL Porubsky, BR Olden, ...
ACS nano 13 (10), 10961-10971, 2019
Dibromomaleimide as a facile, versatile linker for delivery applications
JKY Tan, JG Schellinger
Therapeutic delivery 6 (10), 1127-1129, 2015
Synthetic Polymer and Microbubble Systems for Gene Delivery to the Brain
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