Suzie Hwang Pun
Suzie Hwang Pun
Washington Research Foundation Professor of Bioengineering, University of Washington
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Design and development of polymers for gene delivery
DW Pack, AS Hoffman, S Pun, PS Stayton
Nature reviews Drug discovery 4 (7), 581-593, 2005
26742005
Single-cell profiling of the developing mouse brain and spinal cord with split-pool barcoding
AB Rosenberg, CM Roco, RA Muscat, A Kuchina, P Sample, Z Yao, ...
Science 360 (6385), 176-182, 2018
5502018
New class of polymers for the delivery of macromolecular therapeutics
H Gonzalez, SJ Hwang, ME Davis
Bioconjugate chemistry 10 (6), 1068-1074, 1999
4381999
Transferrin-containing, cyclodextrin polymer-based particles for tumor-targeted gene delivery
NC Bellocq, SH Pun, GS Jensen, ME Davis
Bioconjugate chemistry 14 (6), 1122-1132, 2003
4132003
Cyclodextrin-modified polyethylenimine polymers for gene delivery
SH Pun, NC Bellocq, A Liu, G Jensen, T Machemer, E Quijano, T Schluep, ...
Bioconjugate chemistry 15 (4), 831-840, 2004
3622004
Increased nanoparticle penetration in collagenase-treated multicellular spheroids
TT Goodman, PL Olive, SH Pun
International journal of nanomedicine 2 (2), 265, 2007
3422007
Development of a nonviral gene delivery vehicle for systemic application
SH Pun, ME Davis
Bioconjugate chemistry 13 (3), 630-639, 2002
2952002
Gold nanoparticles as a versatile platform for optimizing physicochemical parameters for targeted drug delivery
JM Bergen, HA Von Recum, TT Goodman, AP Massey, SH Pun
Macromolecular bioscience 6 (7), 506-516, 2006
2732006
Progress in tumor-associated macrophage (TAM)-targeted therapeutics
C Ngambenjawong, HH Gustafson, SH Pun
Advanced drug delivery reviews 114, 206-221, 2017
2432017
Extracellular Barriers to in Vivo PEI and PEGylated PEI Polyplex-Mediated Gene Delivery to the Liver
RS Burke, SH Pun
Bioconjugate chemistry 19 (3), 693-704, 2008
2352008
Targeted delivery of proapoptotic peptides to tumor-associated macrophages improves survival
M Cieslewicz, J Tang, LY Jonathan, H Cao, M Zavaljevski, K Motoyama, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (40), 15919-15924, 2013
2052013
3-D tissue culture systems for the evaluation and optimization of nanoparticle-based drug carriers
TT Goodman, CP Ng, SH Pun
Bioconjugate chemistry 19 (10), 1951-1959, 2008
1992008
Linear cyclodextrin copolymers
ME Davis, H Gonzalez
US Patent 6,509,323, 2003
1952003
Targeted delivery of RNA-cleaving DNA enzyme (DNAzyme) to tumor tissue by transferrin-modified, cyclodextrin-based particles
SH Pun, F Tack, NC Bellocq, J Cheng, BH Grubbs, GS Jensen, ME Davis, ...
Cancer biology & therapy 3 (7), 641-650, 2004
1922004
A nanoparticle-based model delivery system to guide the rational design of gene delivery to the liver. 1. Synthesis and characterization
SR Popielarski, SH Pun, ME Davis
Bioconjugate chemistry 16 (5), 1063-1070, 2005
185*2005
Self-assembling nucleic acid delivery vehicles via linear, water-soluble, cyclodextrin-containing polymers
ME Davis, SH Pun, NC Bellocq, TM Reineke, SR Popielarski, S Mishra, ...
Current medicinal chemistry 11 (2), 179-197, 2004
1722004
Encapsulation and stabilization of indocyanine green within poly (styrene-alt-maleic anhydride) block-poly (styrene) micelles for near-infrared imaging
VB Rodriguez, SM Henry, AS Hoffman, PS Stayton, X Li, SH Pun
Journal of biomedical optics 13 (1), 014025, 2008
1612008
Cationic polymers for gene delivery: designs for overcoming barriers to systemic administration.
SJ Hwang, ME Davis
Current opinion in molecular therapeutics 3 (2), 183-191, 2001
1552001
The delivery of doxorubicin to 3-D multicellular spheroids and tumors in a murine xenograft model using tumor-penetrating triblock polymeric micelles
TH Kim, CW Mount, WR Gombotz, SH Pun
Biomaterials 31 (28), 7386-7397, 2010
1522010
Spatio‐temporal modeling of nanoparticle delivery to multicellular tumor spheroids
TT Goodman, J Chen, K Matveev, SH Pun
Biotechnology and bioengineering 101 (2), 388-399, 2008
1522008
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