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Patrick Stayton
Patrick Stayton
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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
30862005
Control of protein–ligand recognition using a stimuli-responsive polymer
PS Stayton, T Shimoboji, C Long, A Chilkoti, G Ghen, JM Harris, ...
Nature 378 (6556), 472-474, 1995
8031995
The design and synthesis of polymers for eukaryotic membrane disruption
N Murthy, JR Robichaud, DA Tirrell, PS Stayton, AS Hoffman
Journal of controlled release 61 (1-2), 137-143, 1999
5541999
Development of a novel endosomolytic diblock copolymer for siRNA delivery
AJ Convertine, DSW Benoit, CL Duvall, AS Hoffman, PS Stayton
Journal of controlled release 133 (3), 221-229, 2009
5002009
Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide-co-propylacrylic acid) Copolymers That Respond Sharply to Temperature and pH
X Yin, AS Hoffman, PS Stayton
Biomacromolecules 7 (5), 1381-1385, 2006
4822006
Really smart bioconjugates of smart polymers and receptor proteins
AS Hoffman, PS Stayton, V Bulmus, G Chen, J Chen, C Cheung, ...
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research 52 (4), 577-586, 2000
4392000
Conjugates of stimuli-responsive polymers and proteins
AS Hoffman, PS Stayton
Progress in Polymer Science 32 (8-9), 922-932, 2007
3692007
Photoresponsive polymer–enzyme switches
T Shimoboji, E Larenas, T Fowler, S Kulkarni, AS Hoffman, PS Stayton
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (26), 16592-16596, 2002
3692002
Hyaluronic acid hydrogels with controlled degradation properties for oriented bone regeneration
J Patterson, R Siew, SW Herring, ASP Lin, R Guldberg, PS Stayton
Biomaterials 31 (26), 6772-6781, 2010
3542010
pH-Responsive nanoparticle vaccines for dual-delivery of antigens and immunostimulatory oligonucleotides
JT Wilson, S Keller, MJ Manganiello, C Cheng, CC Lee, C Opara, ...
ACS nano 7 (5), 3912-3925, 2013
3502013
A new pH-responsive and glutathione-reactive, endosomal membrane-disruptive polymeric carrier for intracellular delivery of biomolecular drugs
V Bulmus, M Woodward, L Lin, N Murthy, P Stayton, A Hoffman
Journal of Controlled Release 93 (2), 105-120, 2003
3492003
A conserved residue of cytochrome P-450 is involved in heme-oxygen stability and activation
SA Martinis, WM Atkins, PS Stayton, SG Sligar
Journal of the American Chemical Society 111 (26), 9252-9253, 1989
3331989
Binding and dissociation kinetics of wild-type and mutant streptavidins on mixed biotin-containing alkylthiolate monolayers
LS Jung, KE Nelson, PS Stayton, CT Campbell
Langmuir 16 (24), 9421-9432, 2000
3142000
Structural studies of the streptavidin binding loop
RE Stenkamp, IL Trong, L Klumb, PS Stayton, S Freitag
Protein Science 6 (6), 1157-1166, 1997
3091997
Site-directed mutagenesis studies of the high-affinity streptavidin-biotin complex: contributions of tryptophan residues 79, 108, and 120.
A Chilkoti, PH Tan, PS Stayton
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (5), 1754-1758, 1995
3081995
Bioinspired pH-responsive polymers for the intracellular delivery of biomolecular drugs
N Murthy, J Campbell, N Fausto, AS Hoffman, PS Stayton
Bioconjugate chemistry 14 (2), 412-419, 2003
3062003
Molecular origins of the slow streptavidin-biotin dissociation kinetics
A Chilkoti, PS Stayton
Journal of the American Chemical Society 117 (43), 10622-10628, 1995
2991995
Design and synthesis of pH-responsive polymeric carriers that target uptake and enhance the intracellular delivery of oligonucleotides
N Murthy, J Campbell, N Fausto, AS Hoffman, PS Stayton
Journal of Controlled Release 89 (3), 365-374, 2003
2962003
pH-Responsive Poly(styrene-alt-maleic anhydride) Alkylamide Copolymers for Intracellular Drug Delivery
SM Henry, MEH El-Sayed, CM Pirie, AS Hoffman, PS Stayton
Biomacromolecules 7 (8), 2407-2414, 2006
2922006
Surface characterization of mixed self-assembled monolayers designed for streptavidin immobilization
KE Nelson, L Gamble, LS Jung, MS Boeckl, E Naeemi, SL Golledge, ...
Langmuir 17 (9), 2807-2816, 2001
2912001
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