Publications: 2014


49.  Deng. X.; Smeets, N.M.B.; Sicard, C.; Wang, J.; Brennan, J.D.; Filipe, C.D.M.; Hoare, T.  “Poly(oligoethylene glycol methacrylate) dip-coating: turning cellulose paper into a protein-repellent platform for biosensors”.  Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2014, 136, 12852-12855. (link)


48.  Smeets, N.M.B., Patenaude, M.; Kinio, D.; Yavitt, F.M.; Bakaic, E.; Yang, F.-C.; Rheinstadter, M.; Hoare, T. “Injectable hydrogels with in situ-forming hydrophobic domains: Oligo(DL-lactide) modified poly(oligoethylene glycol methcrylate) hydrogels”.  Polymer Chemistry, 2014, 5, 6811-6823. (link)


47.  Smeets, N.M.B.; Bakaic, E.; Yavitt, F.M., Yang, F.-C., Rheinstadter, M.C., Hoare, T.  “Probing the Internal Morphology of Injectable Poly(oligoethylene glycol methacrylate) Hydrogels by Light and Small-Angle Neutron Scattering”.  Macromolecules, 2014, 47, 6017-6027. (link)


46.  Mateen, R.; Hoare, T.  “Carboxymethyl and Hydrazide Functionalized β-Cyclodextrin Derivatives: A Systematic Investigation of Complexation Behaviors with the Model Hydrophobic Drug Dexamethasone”.  International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 2014, 472, 315-326. (link)


45.  Mateen, R.; Hoare, T.  “Injectable, in-situ gelling, cyclodextrin-dextran hydrogels for the partitioning-driven release of hydrophobic drugs”.  Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2014, 2, 5157-5167 (link)


44.  Smeets, N.M.B.; Bakaic, E.; Patenaude, M.; Hoare, T.  “Injectable Poly(oligoethylene glycol methacrylate)-Based Hydrogels With Tunable Phase Transition Behaviors: Physicochemical and Biological Responses”.  Acta Biomaterialia, 2014, 10, 4143-4155. (link)

43.    Piazza, J.E.; Hoare, T.; Molinaro, L.; Terpstra, K.; Bhandari, J kamagra canada.; Selvaganapathy, P.R.; Gupta, B.; Mishra, R.K.  “Intranasally-Administered Lectin-Functionalized PEG-PLGA Nanoparticles for the Treatment of Schizophrenia”. European Journal of Pharmaceuticals and Biopharmaceuticals, 2014, 87, 30-39. (link)


42.  Smeets, N.M.B.; Bakaic, E.; Patenaude, M.; Hoare, T.  “Injectable and Tunable Poly(ethylene glycol)-Analogue Hydrogels Based on Poly(oligoethylene glycol methacrylate)”.  Chemical Communications, 2014, 50, 3306-3309.  (link)


41.  Patenaude, M.; Kinio, D.; Hoare, T.  “Tuning Gelation Time and Morphology in Injectable Hydrogels Using Ketone-Hydrazide Cross-Linking”.  Biomacromolecules, 2014, 15, 781-790. (link)


40.  Patenaude, M.; Smeets, N.M.B.; Hoare, T.  “Injectable, Covalently Cross-Linked Hydrogels for Biomedical Applications”. Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 2014, 35, 598-617. (Invited Review) (link)


39.  Hoare, T.; Yeo, Y.; Bellas, E.; Bruggeman, J.P.; Kohane, D.S.  “Prevention of Peritoneal Adhesions Using Polymeric Rheological Blends”.  Acta Biomaterialia, 2014, 10, 1187-1193.  (link)


38.  Tzoc Torres, J.M.G.; Nichols, E.M.; MacGregor, J.F.; Hoare, T.  “Designing Multi-Responsive Smart Polymers Using Latent Variable Methods”.  Polymer, 2014, 55, 505-516. (link)


37.  Campbell, S.B.; Hoare, T. “Externally-Addressable Hydrogel-Nanocomposites for Biomedical Applications”.  Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering, 2014, 4C, 1-10. (link)


Book Chapter: 3.  Smeets, N.M.B.; Hoare, T.  “Microgels and Nanogels for Drug Delivery” in Controlled Release Systems: Advances in Nanobottles and Active Nanoparticles, J. Forcada, A. van Herk, and G. Pastorin, Editors. Pan Stanford Publishing, in press. (link)