Articles | 1995 – 1999

Langmuir 1999, 15(2): 369–376

Physical conjugation of (Tri-) block copolymers to liposomes toward the construction of sterically stabilized vesicle systems

Journal of Liposome Research 1999, 9(4):429-460

Liposomes as carriers of radionuclides: from imaging to therapy

Journal of Liposome Research 1999, 9(3):407-424

Liposome-mediated delivery of radionuclides to tumor models for cancer radiotherapy:a quantitative analysis

Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 1998, 136(1-2): 1-9

Molecular structure and conformation in phospholipid vesicles sterically stabilized by (tri)-block copolymers investigated by multi-nuclear magnetic resonance techniques

J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans 1998, 94: 2159-2168

Steric stabilization of phospholipid vesicles by block copolymers – Vesicle flocculation and osmotic swelling caused by monovalent and divalent cations

Langmuir, 1997, 13(24): 6400-6406

Preparation of narrow size distribution silica particles using microemulsions

Targeting of Drugs: Strategies for Stealth Therapeutic Systems 1998, 300: 139-145

Engineering stealth liposome surfaces: exercises in colloid chemistry principles

Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 1997, 191(2): 341-8

Addition of (tri-)block copolymers to phospholipid vesicles: a study of the molecular morphology and structure by using hydrophobic dye molecules as bilayer probes.

Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science 1996, 100: 206-211

The effect of monovalent and divalent cations on sterically stabilized phospholipid vesicles (liposomes)

Journal of Liposome Research, 1995, 5(3): 443-452

The use of hydrophobic dye molecules in monitoring the liposome bilayer microenvironment and locating block copolymers added to enhance liposome steric stability

Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science, 1995, 98: 69-74

Effect of the addition of block copolymers on the formation and stability of vesicles (liposomes) prepared using soybean lecithin

Journal of Liposome Research 1995, 5(1):117-130

Addition of block copolymers to liposomes prepared using soybean lecithin. Effects on formation, stability and the specific localization of the incorporated surfactants investigated.