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  1. The influence of different rewetting procedures on the thrombogenicity of nanoporous poly(ether imide) microparticles
  2. Immunocompatibility and non-thrombogenicity of gelatin-based hydrogels
  3. Formulation of drug-loaded oligodepsipeptide particles with submicron size
  4. Coaxial electrospinning of PEEU/gelatin to fiber meshes with enhanced mesenchymal stem cell attachment and proliferation
  5. Aptamer supported in vitro endothelialization of poly(ether imide) films
  6. Mechanical characterization of electrospun polyesteretherurethane (PEEU) meshes by atomic force microscopy
  7. Dedifferentiation of mature adipocytes with periodic exposure to cold
  8. Modulating human mesenchymal stem cells using poly(n-butyl acrylate) networks in vitro with elasticity matching human arteries
  9. Enhancement of human induced pluripotent stem cells adhesion through multilayer laminin coating
  10. Evaluation of human mesenchymal stem cell senescence, differentiation and secretion behavior cultured on polycarbonate cell culture inserts
  11. The influence of pH on the molecular degradation mechanism of PLGA
  12. Investigating the Roles of Crystallizable and Glassy Switching Segments within Multiblock Copolymer Shape-Memory Materials
  13. Polyethyleneimine and Poly(ethylene glycol) Functionalized Oligoester Based Polycationic Particles
  14. Functional Nanoparticles and their Interactions with Mesenchymal Stem Cells
  15. Transparent Substrates Prepared From Different Amorphous Polymers Can Directly Modulate Primary Human B cell functions
  16. Microgels from microfluidic templating and photoinduced crosslinking of cinnamylidene acetic acid modified precursors
  17. Shape-Memory Hydrogels: Evolution of Structural Principles To Enable Shape Switching of Hydrophilic Polymer Networks
  18. Omnidirectional Shape Memory Effect via Lyophilization of PEG Hydrogels
  19. Monolayer formation and shear- resistance of human vein endothelial cells on gelatin-based hydrogels with tailorable elasticity and degradability
  20. Inflammatory responses of primary human dendritic cells towards polydimethylsiloxane and polytetrafluoroethylene
  21. Angiogenic potential of endothelial and tumor cells seeded on gelatin–based hydrogels in response to electrical stimulations
  22. Influence of nanoporous poly(ether imide) particle extracts on human aortic endothelial cells (HAECs)
  23. Surface geometry of poly(ether imide) boosts mouse pluripotent stem cell spontaneous cardiomyogenesis via modulating the embryoid body formation process
  24. Strategy for the hemocompatibility testing of microparticles
  25. Influence of surface roughness on neural differentiation of human induced pluripotent stem cells
  26. Shape-Memory Polymers
  27. Bone regeneration induced by a 3D architectured hydrogel in a rat critical-size calvarial defect
  28. Synthesis and Characterization of Multiblock Poly(Ester-Amide-Urethane)s
  29. Macromol. Biosci. 12/2016
  30. Macromol. Rapid Commun. 23/2016
  31. Recent advances in degradable lactide-based shape-memory polymers
  32. Advanced Functional Polymers for Medicine
  33. Influence of metal softness on the metal-organic catalyzed polymerization of morpholin-2,5-diones to oligodepsipeptides
  34. Water-Blown Polyurethane Foams Showing a Reversible Shape-Memory Effect
  35. Morphological analysis of differently sized highly porous poly(ether imide) microparticles by mercury porosimetry
  36. RGD constructs with physical anchor groups as polymer co-electrospinnable cell adhesives
  37. Enzymatic action as switch of bulk to surface degradation of clicked gelatin-based networks
  38. Engineering biodegradable micelles of polyethylenimine-based amphiphilic block copolymers for efficient DNA and siRNA delivery
  39. Hexyl-modified morpholine-2,5-dione-based oligodepsipeptides with relatively low glass transition temperature
  40. Influence of surfactants on depsipeptide submicron particle formation
  41. Nanocarriers for drug delivery into and through the skin — Do existing technologies match clinical challenges?
  42. Dermal Drug Delivery by Nanocarriers
  43. Poly(carbonate-urea-urethane) networks exhibiting high-strain shape-memory effect
  44. Thermally-Induced Triple-Shape Hydrogels: Soft Materials Enabling Complex Movements
  45. The influence of thermal treatment on the morphology in differently prepared films of a oligodepsipeptide based multiblock copolymer
  46. Controlling surface properties and permeability of polyglycerol network films
  47. Melt-Processable Shape-Memory Hydrogels with Self-Healing Ability of High Mechanical Strength
  48. Response of encapsulated cells to a gelatin matrix with varied bulk and microenvironmental elastic properties
  49. The relevance of hydrophobic segments in multiblock copolyesterurethanes for their enzymatic degradation at the air-water interface
  50. Programming structural functions in phase-segregated polymers by implementing a defined thermomechanical history
  51. Poly[acrylonitrile-co-(N-vinyl pyrrolidone)] nanoparticles – Composition-dependent skin penetration enhancement of a dye probe and biocompatibility
  52. Generating Aptamers Interacting with Polymeric Surfaces for Biofunctionalization
  53. Langmuir-Schaefer films of fibronectin as designed biointerfaces for culturing stem cells
  54. Design of polycationic micelles by self-assembly of polyethyleneimine functionalized oligo[(ε -caprolactone)-co -glycolide] ABA block copolymers
  55. Ultrasonic Cavitation Induced Shape-Memory Effect in Porous Polymer Networks
  56. Polymer architecture versus chemical structure as adjusting tools for the enzymatic degradation of oligo(ε-caprolactone) based films at the air-water interface
  57. An ellipsometric approach towards the description of inhomogeneous polymer-based Langmuir layers
  58. Supramolecular hydrogel networks formed by molecular recognition of collagen and a peptide grafted to hyaluronic acid
  59. Influence of programming strain rates on the shape-memory performance of semicrystalline multiblock copolymers
  60. Functional nanocarriers by miniaturization of polymeric materials
  61. Evaluation of Electrospun PCL-PIBMD Meshes Modified with Plasmid Complexes in Vitro and in Vivo
  62. Adsorption capacity of poly(ether imide) microparticles to uremic toxins
  63. Effect of extracts of poly(ether imide) microparticles on cytotoxicity, ROS generation and proinflammatory effects on human monocytic (THP-1) cells
  64. Robot Assisted Polyurethane Chain Extension of Dihydroxy Telechelic Depsipeptides
  65. Mechanical Properties of Architectured Gelatin-Based Hydrogels on Different Hierarchical Levels
  66. Architectured Shape-Memory Hydrogels with Switching Segments Based on Oligo(ε-caprolactone)
  67. A double-layer patch design for local and controlled drug delivery as an intraoperative custom-made implant-coating technology
  68. Two phase microfluidics with inviscid drops: Effects of total flow rate and delayed surfactant addition
  69. Biodegradable Polymeric Materials
  70. Shape-Memory Polymers
  71. Influence of Compression Direction on the Shape-Memory Effect of Micro-Cylinder Arrays Prepared from Semi-Crystalline Polymer Networks
  72. Secondary Structure of Decorin-Derived Peptides in Solution
  73. Gelatin-based hydrogels as versatile tools for tissue engineering: insights from multimodal imaging in vivo and ex vivo
  74. Gelatin-based Hydrogel Degradation and Tissue Interactionin vivo: Insights from Multimodal Preclinical Imaging in Immunocompetent Nude Mice
  75. Reversible shape-memory properties of surface functionalizable, crystallizable crosslinked terpolymers
  76. Influence of intermediate degradation products on the hydrolytic degradation of poly[(rac-lactide)-co-glycolide] at the air-water interface
  77. Integrated process for preparing porous, surface functionalized polyetherimide microparticles
  78. Immuno-compatibility of amphiphilic ABA triblock copolymer-based hydrogel films for biomedical applications
  79. Macromol. Rapid Commun. 21/2015
  80. Polymeric inserts differing in their chemical composition as substrates for dendritic cell cultivation
  81. Biodegradable carrier/gene complexes to mediate the transfection and proliferation of human vascular endothelial cells
  82. The interaction of adipose-derived human mesenchymal stem cells and polyether ether ketone
  83. Surface pressure-induced isothermal 2D- to 3D-transitions in Langmuir films of poly(ε-caprolactone)s and oligo(ε-caprolactone) based polyesterurethanes
  84. Effect of diisocyanate linkers on the degradation characteristics of copolyester urethanes as potential drug carrier matrices
  85. REDV-linked biodegradable polymeric micelles as the transfer vector of ZNF580 for the proliferation of endothelial cells
  86. PEI modified biodegradable complex micelles as gene transfer vector for proliferation of ECs
  87. Single and competitive protein adsorption on polymeric surfaces
  88. Conditional Ultrasound Sensitivity of Poly[(N-isopropylacrylamide)-co-(vinyl imidazole)] Microgels for Controlled Lipase Release
  89. Influence of Diurethane Linkers on the Langmuir Layer Behavior of Oligo[(rac-lactide)-co-glycolide]-based Polyesterurethanes
  90. Shape-memory properties of degradable electrospun scaffolds based on hollow microfibers
  91. Faster droplet production by delayed surfactant-addition in two-phase microfluidics to form thermo-sensitive microgels
  92. Design of Decorin-Based Peptides That Bind to Collagen I and their Potential as Adhesion Moieties in Biomaterials
  93. Design von Decorin-basierten Peptiden, die an Kollagen I binden, und ihr Potenzial als Adhäsionssequenzen in Biomaterialien
  94. Encasement of metallic cardiovascular stents with endothelial cell-selective copolyetheresterurethane microfibers
  95. Cell-based detection of microbial biomaterial contaminations
  96. Modeling of stress relaxation of a semi-crystalline multiblock copolymer and its deformation behavior
  97. Influence of film thickness on the crystalline morphology of a copolyesterurethane comprising crystallizable poly(ɛ-caprolactone) soft segments
  98. Advanced Functional Polymers in Medicine (AFPM)
  99. Synthesis and characterization of star-shaped oligo(ethylene glycol) with tyrosine derived moieties under variation of their molecular weight
  100. Mechanical characterization of oligo(ethylene glycol)-based hydrogels by dynamic nanoindentation experiments
  101. Cover Picture: Macromol. Mater. Eng. 5/2015
  102. Modeling the heat transfer in magneto-sensitive shape-memory polymer nanocomposites with dynamically changing surface area to volume ratios
  103. Macromol. Rapid Commun. 10/2015
  104. Surface characterization and protein interaction of a series of model poly[acrylonitrile-co-(N-vinyl pyrrolidone)] nanocarriers for drug targeting
  105. Copolymer Networks From Oligo(ε-caprolactone) andn-Butyl Acrylate Enable a Reversible Bidirectional Shape-Memory Effect at Human Body Temperature
  106. Nanoparticles Complexed with Gene Vectors to Promote Proliferation of Human Vascular Endothelial Cells
  107. Viability of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells Seeded on Crosslinked Entropy-Elastic Gelatin-Based Hydrogels
  108. Hydrogels: One Step Creation of Multifunctional 3D Architectured Hydrogels Inducing Bone Regeneration (Adv. Mater. 10/2015)
  109. In vivo biocompatibility assessment of poly (ether imide) electrospun scaffolds
  110. Shape-Memory Capability of Copolyetheresterurethane Microparticles Prepared via Electrospraying
  111. Adhesion and activation of platelets from subjects with coronary artery disease and apparently healthy individuals on biomaterials
  112. One Step Creation of Multifunctional 3D Architectured Hydrogels Inducing Bone Regeneration
  113. Nanostructural changes in crystallizable controlling units determine the temperature-memory of polymers
  114. Purity of mushroom tyrosinase as a biocatalyst for biomaterial synthesis affects the stability of therapeutic peptides
  115. Characterization of bi-layered magnetic nanoparticles synthesized via two-step surface-initiated ring-opening polymerization
  116. Relation -between Nanostructural Changes and Macroscopic Effects during Reversible Temperature-Memory Effect under Stress-Free Conditions in Semicrystalline Polymer Networks
  117. Thermomechanical Characterization of a Series of Crosslinked Poly[ethylene-co-(vinyl acetate)] (PEVA) Copolymers
  118. Influence of deformation temperature on structural variation and shape-memory effect of a thermoplastic semi-crystalline multiblock copolymer
  119. Robot Assisted Synthesis and Characterization of Polyester-based Polyurethanes
  120. Thermally Controlled Shape-Memory Investigations of Nanocomposites Based on Oligo(ω-pentadecalactone) and Magnetic Nanoparticles Acting as Crosslinks
  121. Immuno-compatibility of desaminotyrosine and desaminotyrosyl tyrosine functionalized star-shaped oligo(ethylene glycol)s with different molecular weights
  122. Anisotropic Composites of Desaminotyrosine and Desaminotyrosyl Tyrosine Functionalized Gelatin and Bioactive Glass Microparticles
  123. Influence of glycidylmethacrylate functional groups attached to gelatin on the formation and properties of hydrogels
  124. Photo-Reversibility of Cinnamylidene Acetic Acid Derived Crosslinks in Poly(ε-caprolactone) Networks
  125. Poly(n-butylcyanoacrylate) Nanoparticles as Carriers for Adenosine triphosphate
  126. Going Beyond Compromises in Multifunctionality of Biomaterials
  127. Impact of Molecular Architectures on the Thermal and Mechanical Properties of Multi-Phase Polymer Networks
  128. Macromol. Chem. Phys. 24/2014
  129. Stem Cells: Controlling Major Cellular Processes of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells using Microwell Structures (Adv. Healthcare Mater. 12/2014)
  130. Smart Polymers for Biomedical Applications
  131. Double Layer Porous Structures by an Injection Molding/Particulate Leaching Approach
  132. Advanced Functional Polymers for Medicine
  133. A High Content Screening Assay for Evaluation of Biomaterial-Mediated Cell Fusion Processes
  134. Biocompatibility and inflammatory response in vitro and in vivo to gelatin-based biomaterials with tailorable elastic properties
  135. Sustained release carrier for adenosine triphosphate as signaling molecule
  136. Triple-Shape Effect with Adjustable Switching Temperatures in Crosslinked Poly[ethylene-co-(vinyl acetate)]
  137. Preface
  138. Crystallization Behavior of Copolyesterurethanes Containing Different Weight Contents of Crystallizable Poly(ε-caprolactone) Segments
  139. Preparation of Magneto-Sensitive Polymer Nanocomposite Microparticles from Copolyesterurethanes via Electrospraying
  140. Shape-Memory Polymer Networks Prepared from Star-Shaped Poly[(L-lactide)-co-glycolide] Precursors
  141. Crystallization and Phase Segregation of Multifunctional Multiblock Copolymers in Spin Coated Thin Films Altered by Diurethane Junction Units
  142. Effect of the Fixation TemperatureTlowon the Crystallization Behavior and Shape-Memory Performance of Crystallizable Copolyesterurethanes
  143. Magnetically controlled shape-memory effects of hybrid nanocomposites from oligo(ω-pentadecalactone) and covalently integrated magnetite nanoparticles
  144. Shape-Memory Hydrogels with Crystallizable Oligotetrahydrofuran Side Chains
  145. High-Throughput Synthesis as a Technology Platform for Copolymer Libraries
  146. Micellization of Aminoterminated Poly(ethylene glycol)-block-poly(propylene glycol)-block-poly(ethylene glycol) in the Presence of Hyaluronic Acid
  147. Cover Picture: Macromol. Mater. Eng. 11/2014
  148. Controlling Major Cellular Processes of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells using Microwell Structures
  149. Characterization of Langmuir Films Prepared from Copolyesterurethanes Based on Oligo(ω-pentadecalactone) and Oligo(ε-caprolactone) Segments
  150. ChemInform Abstract: Protein Interactions with Polymer Coatings and Biomaterials
  151. Self-Assembly of Polyethylenimine-Modified Biodegradable Complex Micelles as Gene Transfer Vector for Proliferation of Endothelial Cells
  152. Polymer Micronetworks with Shape-Memory as Future Platform to Explore Shape-Dependent Biological Effects
  153. Influence of expansion cooling regime on morphology of poly(ε-caprolactone) foams prepared by pressure quenching using supercritical CO2
  154. From macromolecules to materials to systems
  155. Synthesis of high molecular weight polyglycolide in supercritical carbon dioxide
  156. Crosslinking of gelatin by ring opening metathesis under aqueous conditions-an exploratory study
  157. Wechselwirkungen von Proteinen mit Polymerbeschichtungen und Biomaterialien
  158. Titelbild: Wechselwirkungen von Proteinen mit Polymerbeschichtungen und Biomaterialien (Angew. Chem. 31/2014)
  159. Protein Interactions with Polymer Coatings and Biomaterials
  160. Cover Picture: Protein Interactions with Polymer Coatings and Biomaterials (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 31/2014)
  161. Interaction of Human Plasma Proteins with Thin Gelatin-Based Hydrogel Films: A QCM-D and ToF-SIMS Study
  162. High Throughput Characterization of Polymer Libraries by Diffuse Reflectance Infrared Spectroscopy
  163. Characterization of protein-adjuvant coencapsulation in microparticles for vaccine delivery
  164. Photoinduced synthesis of polyester networks from methacrylate functionalized precursors: analysis of side reactions
  165. Method for Preparation, Programming, and Characterization of Miniaturized Particulate Shape-Memory Polymer Matrices
  166. Multivalent grafting of hyperbranched oligo- and polyglycerols shielding rough membranes to mediate hemocompatibility
  167. Combinations of biopolymers and synthetic polymers for bone regeneration
  168. Preface
  169. Advanced Functional Polymers for Medicine
  170. Manufacturing and Characterization of Controlled Foaming of Single Layers in Bilayer Constructs Differing in Pore Morphology
  171. Influence of Drying Procedures on Network Formation and Properties of Hydrogels from Functionalized Gelatin
  172. A multifunctional bilayered microstent as glaucoma drainage device
  173. Atomistic Simulation of the Shape-Memory Effect in Dry and Water Swollen Poly[(rac-lactide)-co-glycolide] and Copolyester Urethanes Thereof
  174. An annulus fibrosus closure device based on a biodegradable shape-memory polymer network
  175. Progress in biopolymer-based biomaterials and their application in controlled drug delivery
  176. Efficient synthesis of pure monotosylated beta-cyclodextrin and its dimers
  177. Sustained release hydrogels by in situ polymerized polyalkylcyanoacrylate coating
  178. Poly(ethylene glycol) Grafting to Poly(ether imide) Membranes: Influence on Protein Adsorption and Thrombocyte Adhesion
  179. Functionalization of Polycarbonate Surfaces by Grafting PEG and Zwitterionic Polymers with a Multicomb Structure
  180. Shape-memory properties of hydrogels having a poly(ε-caprolactone) crosslinker and switching segment in an aqueous environment
  181. Multifunctional Hybrid Nanocomposites with Magnetically Controlled Reversible Shape-Memory Effect
  182. Polyalkylcyanoacrylates as in situ formed diffusion barriers in multimaterial drug carriers
  183. The contemporary role of ε-caprolactone chemistry to create advanced polymer architectures
  184. Triple-Shape Effect in Polymer-Based Composites by Cleverly Matching Geometry of Active Component with Heating Method
  185. Shape-Memory Effect of Micro-/Nanoparticles from Thermoplastic Multiblock Copolymers
  186. Temperature-memory polymer actuators
  187. Influence of the addition of water to amorphous switching domains on the simulated shape-memory properties of poly(l-lactide)
  188. Reversible Bidirectional Shape-Memory Polymers
  189. Macromol. Chem. Phys. 11/2013
  190. Test system for evaluating the influence of polymer properties on primary human keratinocytes and fibroblasts in mono- and coculture
  191. Endothelial cell response to (co)polymer nanoparticles depending on the inflammatory environment and comonomer ratio
  192. Synthesis and Properties of Poly(p-phenylene ethynylene)s with Oxidation- and Reduction-Sensitive Moieties
  193. Drug-releasing shape-memory polymers – the role of morphology, processing effects, and matrix degradation
  194. Pore-Size Distribution Controls Shape-Memory Properties on the Macro- and Microscale of Polymeric Foams
  195. Local drug delivery by personalized, intraoperative custom-made implant coating
  196. Macromol. Chem. Phys. 5/2013
  197. Thermally induced shape-memory effects in polymers: Quantification and related modeling approaches
  198. A thermosensitive morphine-containing hydrogel for the treatment of large-scale skin wounds
  199. Synthetic Polymer-Network Based Materials in Stem Cell Research
  200. Shape-memory polymers with multiple transitions: complex actively moving polymers
  201. Comparison of memory effects in multiblock copolymers and covalently crosslinked multiphase polymer networks composed of the same types of oligoester segments and urethane linker
  202. Influence of Coupling Agent on the Morphology of Multifunctional, Degradable Shape-Memory Polymers
  203. Biodegradable Materials
  204. Bacterial attachment on poly[acrylonitrile-co-(2-methyl-2-propene-1-sulfonic acid)] surfaces
  205. Quantifying the Shape-Memory Effect of Polymers by Cyclic Thermomechanical Tests
  206. The influence of the co-monomer ratio of poly[acrylonitrile-co-(N-vinylpyrrolidone)]s on primary human monocyte-derived dendritic cells
  207. ABA triblock copolymer based hydrogels with thermo-sensitivity for biomedical applications
  208. Tailoring the recovery force in magnetic shape-memory nanocomposites
  209. Tailoring of Mechanical Properties of Diisocyanate Crosslinked Gelatin-Based Hydrogels
  210. Influence of diisocyanate reactivity and water solubility on the formation and the mechanical properties of gelatin-based networks in water
  211. Immunological investigations of oligoethylene glycols functionalized with desaminotyrosine and desaminotyrosyltyrosine
  212. Morphology of crosslinked poly(ε-caprolactone) microparticles
  213. Correlating the Uptake and Dendritic Cell Activation by MDP-loaded Microparticles
  214. Quantification of Protein Adsorption on Polyglycerol-based Polymer Network Films
  215. Recent Trends in the Chemistry of Shape-Memory Polymers
  216. Pro-angiogenic CD14++ CD16+ CD163+ monocytes accelerate the in vitro endothelialization of soft hydrophobic poly(n-butyl acrylate) networks
  217. Potential of NOD receptor ligands as immunomodulators in particulate vaccine carriers
  218. Macromol. Mater. Eng. 12/2012
  219. Advances in actively moving polymers
  220. Simulating the Shape-Memory Behavior of Amorphous Switching Domains of Poly(L-lactide) by Molecular Dynamics
  221. Shape-memory properties of electrospun non-woven fabrics prepared from degradable polyesterurethanes containing poly(ω-pentadecalactone) hard segments
  222. Shape-Memory Hydrogels with Switching Segments Based on Oligo(ω-pentadecalactone)
  223. Influence of Comesogens on the Thermal and Actuation Properties of 2-tert-Butyl-1,4-bis[4-(4-pentenyloxy)benzoyl]hydroquinone Based Nematic Main-Chain Liquid Crystalline Elastomers
  224. Dicarboxy-telechelic cooligomers with sequence structure tunable light absorption
  225. Surface Functionalization of Poly(ether imide) Membranes with Linear, Methylated Oligoglycerols for Reducing Thrombogenicity
  226. Quantitative Evaluation of Adhesion of Osteosarcoma Cells to Hydrophobic Polymer Substrate with Tunable Elasticity
  227. Grafting of poly(ethylene glycol) monoacrylates on polycarbonateurethane by UV initiated polymerization for improving hemocompatibility
  228. Shape-Memory Properties of Polyetherurethane Foams Prepared by Thermally Induced Phase Separation
  229. Temperature-Memory Effect of Copolyesterurethanes and their Application Potential in Minimally Invasive Medical Technologies
  231. Macromol. Biosci. 3/2012
  232. Interaction of Angiogenically Stimulated Intermediate CD163+ Monocytes/Macrophages With Soft Hydrophobic Poly(n-Butyl Acrylate) Networks With Elastic Moduli Matched to That of Human Arteries
  233. Viability of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells Seeded on Crosslinked Entropy-Elastic Gelatin-Based Hydrogels
  234. Memory-effects of magnetic nanocomposites
  235. Polyglycerol-based polymer network films for potential biomedical applications
  236. Oligo(ω-pentadecalactone) decorated magnetic nanoparticles
  237. Biomimetic Hemo-compatible Surfaces of Polyurethane by Grafting Copolymer Brushes of Poly(ethylene glycol) and Poly(phosphorylcholine methacrylate)
  238. Shape-Memory Properties of Electrospun Non-wovens Prepared from Amorphous Polyetherurethanes Under Stress-free and Constant Strain Conditions
  239. Thermal Properties and Crystallinity of Grafted Copolymer Networks containing a Crystallizable Poly(ε-caprolactone) Crosslinker in an aqueous environment
  240. Viability, Morphology and Function of Primary Endothelial Cells on Poly(n-Butyl Acrylate) Networks Having Elastic Moduli Comparable to Arteries
  241. Influence of a polyester coating of magnetic nanoparticles on magnetic heating behavior of shape-memory polymer-based composites
  242. Simulation of volumetric swelling of degradable poly[(rac-lactide)-co-glycolide] based polyesterurethanes containing different urethane-linkers
  243. Influence of different heating regimes on the shape-recovery behavior of poly(L-lactide) in simulated thermomechanical tests
  244. Shape-memory properties of magnetically active triple-shape nanocomposites based on a grafted polymer network with two crystallizable switching segments
  245. Shape-Memory Properties of Nanocomposites based on Poly(ω-pentadecalactone) and Magnetic Nanoparticles
  246. Modeling of Free Radical Polymerization of Azobenzene-based Linear Polymers
  247. Triple-Shape Effect of Copolymer Networks Based on Poly(ω-pentadecalactone) and Poly(ε‑caprolactone) Segments Applying a Programming Procedure with an Adjusted Temperature Profile
  248. Synthesis and Characterization of Poly(p-phenylene ethynylene)s with nitroxyl radical endgroups
  249. Synthesis and Characterization of Hydroxy-telechelic Four-arm Star-shaped Oligo(tetrahydrofuran), Their Crosslinking, and Thermomechanical Investigation of the Poymer Network
  250. Hydrogel networks based on ABA triblock copolymers
  251. Synthesis and characterization of telechelic oligoethers with terminal cinnamylidene acetic acid moieties
  252. Oligo(epsilon-caprolactone)-based polymer networks prepared by photocrosslinking in solution
  253. Phase Transition Behavior of Main Chain Nematic Liquid-Crystalline Polymers Based on 2-methyl-1,4-bis[4-(4-pentenyloxy)benzoyl]hydroquinone and 2-tert-butyl-1,4-bis[4-(4-pentenyloxy)benzoyl]hydroquinone
  254. Quantifying Protein Adsorption to Physically Crosslinked Gelatin-Based Networks
  255. Thermal Gelation and Stability of Pectin Grafted with PEPE
  256. Using Mass Spectrometry to Investigate the Structural Features of Photocrosslinked Co-Networks based on Gelatin and Poly(ethylene glycol) Methacrylates
  257. Using Mass Spectrometry to Investigate the Structural Features of Photocrosslinked Co-Networks based on Gelatin and Poly(ethylene glycol) Methacrylates – CORRIGENDUM
  258. Synthesis and characterization of oligo(ethylene glycol)s functionalized with desaminotyrosine or desaminotyrosyltyrosine
  259. Characterization of oligo(ethylene glycol) and oligoglycerol functionalized poly(ether imide) by angle-dependent X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
  260. Determining loading kinetics of drug releasing degradable shape-memory polymers
  261. Design of semi-interpenetrating networks based on poly(ethyl-2-cyanoacrylate) and oligo(ethylene glycol) diglycidyl ether
  262. Influence of co-monomer ratio on the chemical properties and cytotoxicity of poly[acrylonitrile-co-(N-vinylpyrrolidone)] nanoparticles
  263. Adjuvant effect of microencapsulated NOD ligands studied in a human phagocytic cell line
  264. Formation and size distribution of pores in poly(ɛ-caprolactone) foams prepared by pressure quenching using supercritical CO2
  265. A NiTi alloy-based cuff for external banding valvuloplasty: a six-week follow-up study in pigs
  266. Photocrosslinked Co-Networks from Glycidylmethacrylated Gelatin and Poly(ethylene glycol) Methacrylates
  267. The Influence of Zwitterionic Phospholipid Brushes Grafted via UV-Initiated or SI-ATR Polymerization on the Hemocompatibility of Polycarbonateurethane
  268. Preface
  269. Preparation of Three-Dimensional Scaffolds from Degradable Poly(ether)esterurethane by Thermally-Induced Phase Separation
  270. Viability, Adhesion and Differentiated Phenotype of Articular Chondrocytes on Degradable Polymers and Electro-Spun Structures Thereof
  271. The Influence of Programming Conditions on the Triple-Shape Effect of Copolymer Networks with Poly(ω-pentadecalactone) and Poly(ε-caprolactone) as Switching Segments
  272. Synthesis and Characterization of a Telechelic Peptide as a Precursor for Supramolecular Networks
  273. Synthesis and Characterization of Gelatin Fragments Obtained by Controlled Degradation
  274. Synthesis and Characterization of Polyetherimides with 3-Methoxy-1,2-propanediol Moieties
  275. Reducing the Endotoxin Burden of Desaminotyrosine- and Desaminotyrosyl Tyrosine-Functionalized Gelatin
  276. In Vitro and In Vivo Evaluation of a Multifunctional Hyaluronic acid Based Hydrogel System for Local Application on the Retina
  277. A Blend of Poly(ε-caprolactone) and Poly[(ε-caprolactone)-co-glycolide] with Remarkable Mechanical Features and Wide Applicability as Biomaterial
  278. Degradation Behavior of Porous Copolyester Microparticles in the Light of Dynamic Changes in Their Morphology
  279. Highly Flexible Poly(ethyl-2-cyanoacrylate) Based Materials Obtained by Incorporation of Oligo(ethylene glycol)diglycidylether
  280. controlled heparin release from electrospun gelatin fibers
  281. Drug release from biodegradable polyesterurethanes with shape-memory effect
  282. Biodegradable polyesterurethanes with shape-memory properties for dexamethasone and aspirin controlled release
  283. Magnetic Memory Effect of Nanocomposites
  284. Hydrolytic Degradation Behavior of Poly(rac-lactide)-block-poly(propylene glycol)-block-poly(rac-lactide) Dimethacrylate Derived Networks Designed for Biomedical Applications
  285. How to accelerate biomaterial development? Strategies to support the application of novel polymer-based biomaterials in implantable devices
  286. Upscaling the synthesis of biodegradable multiblock copolymers capable of a shape-memory effect
  287. Shape-Memory Nanocomposites with Magnetically Adjustable Apparent Switching Temperatures
  288. Temperature-Memory Polymer Networks with Crystallizable Controlling Units
  289. Polyesters
  290. Biodegradable Shape-Memory Polymers
  291. Regenerative Medicine: Reconstruction of Tracheal and Pharyngeal Mucosal Defects in Head and Neck Surgery
  292. Shape-Memory Polymers
  293. Influence of polymeric microspheres on the myocardial oxygen partial pressure in the beating heart of pigs
  294. Handbook of Biodegradable Polymers
  295. Hemocompatible polyurethane/gelatin-heparin nanofibrous scaffolds formed by a bi-layer electrospinning technique as potential artificial blood vessels
  296. Preparation and biological evaluation of multifunctional PLGA-nanoparticles designed for photoacoustic imaging
  297. Gelatin functionalization with tyrosine derived moieties to increase the interaction with hydroxyapatite fillers
  298. Polymers and drugs suitable for the development of a drug delivery drainage system in glaucoma surgery
  299. Abbaubare Polymere in der Medizin
  300. Influence of Tyrosine-Derived Moieties and Drying Conditions on the Formation of Helices in Gelatin
  301. Degradable depsipeptide-based multiblock copolymers with polyester or polyetherester segments
  302. Shape-Memory Polymers
  303. Shape-memory properties and degradation behavior of multifunctional electro-spun scaffolds
  304. Current status of Langmuir monolayer degradation of polymeric biomaterials
  305. Near-infrared dye-loaded PLGA nanoparticles prepared by spray drying for photoacoustic applications
  306. One-way and reversible dual-shape effect of polymer networks based on polypentadecalactone segments
  307. Characterization of multiblock copolymers by chromatographic techniques
  308. Demonstrating the influence of water on shape-memory polymer networks based on poly[(rac-lactide)-co-glycolide] segments in vitro
  309. In Vitro Evaluation of Elastic Multiblock Co-polymers as a Scaffold Material for Reconstruction of Blood Vessels
  310. Understanding instability and rupture of poly(alkyl-2-cyanoacrylate) capsules
  311. Why are so few degradable polymeric biomaterials currently established in clinical applications?
  312. Hyaluronic acid-based hydrogels crosslinked by copper-catalyzed azide-alkyne cycloaddition with tailorable mechanical properties
  313. Mechanically active scaffolds from radio-opaque shape-memory polymer-based composites
  314. Relaxation based modeling of tunable shape recovery kinetics observed under isothermal conditions for amorphous shape-memory polymers
  315. Tagungsbericht
  316. Biodegradable Materials
  317. A molecular dynamic analysis of gelatin as an amorphous material: Prediction of mechanical properties of gelatin systems
  318. Soft poly(n-butyl acrylate) networks with tailored mechanical properties designed as substrates for in vitro models
  319. Molecular Modeling and Experimental Investigation of Hydrolytically Degradable Polymeric Biomaterials
  320. Comparing techniques for drug loading of shape-memory polymer networks – effect on their functionalities
  321. Aktive Biomaterialien für regenerative Therapien
  322. Copolymer Networks Based on Poly(ω-pentadecalactone) and Poly(ϵ-caprolactone)Segments as a Versatile Triple-Shape Polymer System
  323. Polymers in Biomedicine
  324. Stimuli-Sensitive Polymers
  325. Shape-Memory Polymers: Multifunctional Shape-Memory Polymers (Adv. Mater. 31/2010)
  326. Knowledge-Based Tailoring of Gelatin-Based Materials by Functionalization with Tyrosine-Derived Groups
  327. Degradable, Multifunctional Cardiovascular Implants: Challenges and Hurdles
  328. In Situ X-Ray Scattering Studies of Poly(ε-caprolactone) Networks with Grafted Poly(ethylene glycol) Chains to Investigate Structural Changes during Dual- and Triple-Shape Effect
  329. AB-polymer Networks with Cooligoester and Poly(n-butyl acrylate) Segments as a Multifunctional Matrix for Controlled Drug Release
  330. Progress in Depsipeptide-Based Biomaterials
  331. Cytocompatibility testing of cell culture modules fabricated from specific candidate biomaterials using injection molding
  332. Multifunctional Shape-Memory Polymers
  333. ChemInform Abstract: Polymers as Implant Materials
  334. Two stages in three-dimensional in vitro growth of tissue generated by osteoblastlike cells
  335. Thermomechanical Characterizations of Shape-Memory Polymers (Dual/Triple-Shape) and Modeling Approaches
  336. Overview of Shape-Memory Polymers
  337. ChemInform Abstract: Shape-Memory Polymers
  338. Adjusting shape-memory properties of amorphous polyether urethanes and radio-opaque composites thereof by variation of physical parameters during programming
  339. Shape-memory polymers as a technology platform for biomedical applications
  340. Reversible Triple-Shape Effect of Polymer Networks Containing Polypentadecalactone- and Poly(ε-caprolactone)-Segments
  341. Shape-Memory Polymers as Drug Carriers—A Multifunctional System
  342. Controlled Change of Mechanical Properties during Hydrolytic Degradation of Polyester Urethane Networks
  343. Artifact-free measurement of residual dipolar couplings in DMSO by the use of cross-linked perdeuterated poly(acrylonitrile) as alignment medium
  344. Design principles for polymers as substratum for adherent cells
  345. An entropy–elastic gelatin-based hydrogel system
  346. Non-contact actuation of triple-shape effect in multiphase polymer network nanocomposites in alternating magnetic field
  347. Progress in actively moving polymers
  348. Triple-shape polymers
  349. Multicomponent protein patterning of material surfaces
  350. The Nature of the Thermal Transition Influences the Shape-Memory Behavior of Polymer Networks
  351. Results of Biocompatibility Testing of Novel, Multifunctional Polymeric Implant Materials In-Vitro and In-Vivo
  352. Kinetics and dynamics of thermally-induced shape-memory behavior of crosslinked short-chain branched polyethylenes
  353. Materials in Regenerative Medicine
  354. Knowledge-Based Approach towards Hydrolytic Degradation of Polymer-Based Biomaterials
  355. Polymer Networks Combining Controlled Drug Release, Biodegradation, and Shape Memory Capability
  356. Evaluation of a degradable shape-memory polymer network as matrix for controlled drug release
  357. Membrane association and selectivity of the antimicrobial peptide NK-2: a molecular dynamics simulation study
  358. Influence on three-dimensional tissue growth by scaffold architecture
  359. Amorphous phase-segregated copoly(ether)esterurethane thermoset networks with oligo(propylene glycol) and oligo[(rac-lactide)-co-glycolide] segments: synthesis and characterization
  360. Controlling the Switching Temperature of Biodegradable, Amorphous, Shape-Memory Poly( rac -lactide)urethane Networks by Incorporation of Different Comonomers
  361. All-atom molecular dynamics simulation studies of fully hydrated gel phase DPPG and DPPE bilayers
  362. Biodegradable Multiblock Copolymers Based on Oligodepsipeptides with Shape-Memory Properties
  363. One-Step Process for Creating Triple-Shape Capability of AB Polymer Networks
  364. Shape-Memory Polymer Composites
  365. Shape-Memory Polymer Composites
  366. Thermomechanical Behaviour of Biodegradable Shape-memory Polymer Foams
  367. Shape-memory capability of binary multiblock copolymer blends with hard and switching domains provided by different components
  368. Multiphase Polymer Networks with Shape-Memory
  369. Characterization Methods for Shape-Memory Polymers
  370. Controlled Drug Release from Biodegradable Shape-Memory Polymers
  371. Shape-Memory Polymers and Shape-Changing Polymers
  372. Characterization Methods for Shape-Memory Polymers
  373. X-ray Scattering Studies to Investigate Triple-shape Capability of Polymer Networks Based on poly(ε-caprolactone) and poly(cyclohexyl methacrylate) Segments
  374. Triple-Shape Capability of Thermo-sensitive Nanocomposites from Multiphase Polymer Networks and Magnetic Nanoparticles
  375. Shape-Memory Properties of Radiopaque Micro-Composites from Amorphous Polyether Urethanes Designed for Medical Application
  376. In vivo degradation behavior of PDC multiblock copolymers containing poly(para-dioxanone) hard segments and crystallizable poly(epsilon-caprolactone) switching segments
  377. Mechanical Properties of Polymer Blends Having Shape-memory Capability
  378. Shape-Memory Polymers and Shape-Changing Polymers
  379. Ability to Control the Glass Transition Temperature of Amorphous Shape-Memory Polyesterurethane Networks by Varying Prepolymers in Molecular Mass as well as in Type and Content of Incorporated Comonomers
  380. Biodegradable shape-memory polymers as implant materials
  381. Controlled Drug Release from Biodegradable Shape-Memory Polymers
  382. Amorphous Polymer Networks Combining Three Functionalities–Shape-memory, Biodegradability, and Drug Release
  383. Thermomechanical Properties and Shape-Memory Capability of Drug Loaded Semi-Crystalline Polyestermethacrylate Networks
  384. Macromol. Biosci. 1/2009
  385. Enzymatic monolayer degradation study of multiblock copolymers consisting of poly(ε-caprolactone) and poly(p-dioxanone) blocks
  386. Shape-Memory Polymers for Biomedical Applications
  387. An Atomistic Modeling and Quantum Mechanical Approach to the Hydrolytic Degradation of Aliphatic Polyesters
  388. Amorphous, Elastic AB Copolymer Networks from Acrylates and Poly[(L-lactide)-ran-glycolide]dimethacrylates
  389. Determination of solvent/polymer interaction parameters of moderately concentrated polymer solutions by vapor pressure osmometry
  390. Textiles come to life
  391. Microwave plasma surface modification of silicone elastomer with allylamine for improvement of biocompatibility
  392. Shape-Memory Polymers for Biomedical Applications
  393. Controlled Actuation of Shape-Memory nanocomposites by Application of an Alternating Magnetic Field
  394. Selective enzymatic degradation of poly(ε-caprolactone) containing multiblock copolymers
  395. Shape-memory Properties of Multiblock Copolymers Consisting of Poly(ω-pentadecalactone) Hard Segments and Crystallisable Poly(ε-caprolactone) Switching Segments
  396. Evaluation der in vitro und in vivo Eigenschaften eines neuen, vollständig degradierbaren Nahtmaterials mit Formgedächtniseffekt für die Visceralchirurgie
  397. Dual and Triple Shape Capability of AB Polymer Networks based on Poly(ε-caprolactone)dimethacrylates
  398. Tissue Integration of Two Different Shape-Memory Polymers with Poly(ε-Caprolactone) Switching Segment in Rats
  399. Computational modeling of anionic and zwitterionic lipid bilayers for investigating surface activities of bioactive molecules
  400. Membranes from Acrylonitrile-Based Polymers for Selective Cultivation of Human Keratinocytes
  401. Enzymatic Chain Scission Kinetics of Poly(ε-caprolactone) Monolayers
  402. Modulation of hybridoma cell growth and antibody production by coating cell culture material with extracellular matrix proteins
  403. Polymere Biomaterialien in der Kopf-Hals-Chirurgie: Erste Ergebnisse der Biokompatibilitätstestung eines abbaubaren Polymers im Tiermodell
  404. Shape-memory polymers
  405. Modification of poly(ether imide) membranes with brominated polyvinylpyrrolidone
  406. Shape-Memory Polymer Networks from Oligo[(ε-hydroxycaproate)- co -glycolate]dimethacrylates and Butyl Acrylate with Adjustable Hydrolytic Degradation Rate
  407. Actively moving polymers
  408. Degradable shape-memory polymer networks from oligo[(l-lactide)-ran-glycolide]dimethacrylates
  409. Synthesis and characterization of α,ω-dihydroxy-telechelic oligo(p-dioxanone)
  410. Dual-shape properties of triple-shape polymer networks with crystallizable network segments and grafted side chains
  411. Chapter 12. Intelligent Materials: Shape-Memory Polymers
  412. Influence of the surface structure of a multiblock copolymer on the cellular behavior of primary cell cultures of the upper aerodigestive tractin vitro
  413. Polymeric triple-shape materials
  414. Erste Ergebnisse zur Untersuchung der Stabilität und Gewebeintegration eines abbaubaren, elastischen Copolymers im Tiermodell / First results of the investigation of the stability and tissue integration of a degradable, elastomeric copolymer in an anim...
  415. Polymers Move in Response to Light
  416. Synthesis, Shape-Memory Functionality and Hydrolytical Degradation Studies on Polymer Networks from Poly(rac-lactide)-b-poly(propylene oxide)-b-poly(rac-lactide) dimethacrylates
  417. Molecular Modeling Investigations of Dry and Two Water-Swollen States of Biodegradable Polymers
  418. Poly(ether imide) Membranes Modified with Poly(ethylene imine) as Potential Carriers for Epidermal Substitutes
  419. Initiation of shape-memory effect by inductive heating of magnetic nanoparticles in thermoplastic polymers
  420. Biocompatibility testing of novel multifunctional polymeric biomaterials for tissue engineering applications in head and neck surgery: an overview
  421. Stimuli-sensitive implant materials
  422. Solid-State NMR Characterization of Biodegradable Shape-Memory Polymer Networks
  423. Determination of water/polymer interaction parameter for membrane-forming systems by sorption measurement and a fitting technique
  424. Dynamics of β1-Integrins in Living Fibroblasts—Effect of Substratum Wettability
  425. Degradable, Multifunctional Polymeric Biomaterials with Shape-Memory
  426. Biodegradable Shape-Memory Polymer Networks:  Characterization with Solid-State NMR
  427. Erste Ergebnisse zur Wundheilung nach Mukosa-Rekonstruktion durch ein polymeres Biomaterial im Tiermodell
  428. Biodegradable, Amorphous Copolyester-Urethane Networks Having Shape-Memory Properties
  429. Bioabbaubare, amorphe Copolyesterurethannetzwerke mit Formgedächtniseigenschaften
  430. Degradable, Multifunctional Polymeric Biomaterials with Shape-Memory
  431. Shape-memory Polymers
  432. Zellproliferation und zelluläre Aktivität von Primärzellkulturen der Mundhöhle nach Oberflächenbesiedlung eines abbaubaren, thermoplastischen Blockcopolymers / Cell proliferation and cellular activity of primary cell cultures of the oral cavity after c...
  433. Shape-memory polymer networks from oligo(?-caprolactone)dimethacrylates
  434. Layer-by-Layer Deposition of Polyelectrolytes — A Versatile Tool for the in vivo Repair of Blood Vessels.
  435. In-vivo-Reparatur von Blutgefäßen durch alternierende Adsorption von Polyelektrolyten
  436. Layer-by-Layer Deposition of Polyelectrolytes—A Versatile Tool for the In Vivo Repair of Blood Vessels
  437. Entwicklung neuer, intelligenter Nahtmaterialien mit Formgedächtniseffekt für die Viszeralchirurgie
  438. In vitro cytotoxicity testing of AB-polymer networks based on oligo(?-caprolactone) segments after different sterilization techniques
  440. Formgedächtnispolymere
  441. Titelbild: Angew. Chem. 12/2002
  442. Shape-Memory Polymers
  443. Cover Picture: Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 12/2002
  444. Biodegradable, Elastic Shape-Memory Polymers for Potential Biomedical Applications
  445. Shape-Memory Polymers
  446. Shape-Memory Polymers
  447. Detaillierte Auswertung des Agarose-Diffusions-Tests im Rahmen der Biokompatibilitätsuntersuchung durch ein mikroskopisches Bildanalysesystem. Einfluß der Plasmasterilisation auf die Biokompatibilität eines neuartigen Photoset-Polymers / Detailed Evalu...
  448. Hydrolytic Degradation of Phase-Segregated Multiblock Copoly(ester urethane)s Containing Weak Links
  449. AB-polymer networks based on oligo(varepsilon -caprolactone) segments showing shape-memory properties
  450. AB-polymer networks based on oligo(ɛ-caprolactone) segments showing shape-memory properties
  451. Tailor-made intelligent polymers for biomedical applications
  452. Hydroxy-telechelic copolyesters with well defined sequence structure through ring-opening polymerization
  453. Hydroxy-telechelic copolyesters with well defined sequence structure through ring-opening polymerization
  454. Poröse Strukturen aus abbaubaren, elastischen Polymeren für das Tissue Engineering
  455. Polymere als Implantatwerkstoffe
  456. Tissue-compatible multiblock copolymers for medical applications, controllable in degradation rate and mechanical properties
  457. Tissue-compatible multiblock copolymers for medical applications, controllable in degradation rate and mechanical properties
  458. Tissue-compatible multiblock copolymers for medical applications, controllable in degradation rate and mechanical properties
  459. Synthesis of biomedical, fluorescence-labelled polyesterurethanes for the investigation of their degradation
  460. Synthesis of fluorescence-labelled short-chain polyester segments for the investigation of bioresorbable poly(ester-urethane)s