Nicola Tirelli
Nicola Tirelli
Professor of Polymers and Biomaterials
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Oxidation-responsive polymeric vesicles
A Napoli, M Valentini, N Tirelli, M Müller, JA Hubbell
Nature materials 3 (3), 183-189, 2004
Cell‐responsive synthetic hydrogels
MP Lutolf, GP Raeber, AH Zisch, N Tirelli, JA Hubbell
Advanced materials 15 (11), 888-892, 2003
Photopolymerized hyaluronic acid-based hydrogels and interpenetrating networks
YD Park, N Tirelli, JA Hubbell
Biomaterials 24 (6), 893-900, 2003
Systematic modulation of Michael-type reactivity of thiols through the use of charged amino acids
MP Lutolf, N Tirelli, S Cerritelli, L Cavalli, JA Hubbell
Bioconjugate chemistry 12 (6), 1051-1056, 2001
Chitosan/TPP and chitosan/TPP-hyaluronic acid nanoparticles: systematic optimisation of the preparative process and preliminary biological evaluation
A Nasti, NM Zaki, P De Leonardis, S Ungphaiboon, P Sansongsak, ...
Pharmaceutical research 26 (8), 1918-1930, 2009
Chemisorbed poly (propylene sulphide)-based copolymers resist biomolecular interactions
JP Bearinger, S Terrettaz, R Michel, N Tirelli, H Vogel, M Textor, ...
Nature Materials 2 (4), 259-264, 2003
Glucose-oxidase based self-destructing polymeric vesicles
A Napoli, MJ Boerakker, N Tirelli, RJM Nolte, NAJM Sommerdijk, ...
Langmuir 20 (9), 3487-3491, 2004
Doxorubicin encapsulation and diffusional release from stable, polymeric, hydrogel nanoparticles
D Missirlis, R Kawamura, N Tirelli, JA Hubbell
European journal of pharmaceutical sciences 29 (2), 120-129, 2006
Oxidation-sensitive polymeric nanoparticles
A Rehor, JA Hubbell, N Tirelli
Langmuir 21 (1), 411-417, 2005
New synthetic methodologies for amphiphilic multiblock copolymers of ethylene glycol and propylene sulfide
A Napoli, N Tirelli, G Kilcher, A Hubbell
Macromolecules 34 (26), 8913-8917, 2001
Scavenging ROS: superoxide dismutase/catalase mimetics by the use of an oxidation-sensitive nanocarrier/enzyme conjugate
P Hu, N Tirelli
Bioconjugate chemistry 23 (3), 438-449, 2012
Towards a fully-synthetic substitute of alginate: development of a new process using thermal gelation and chemical cross-linking
F Cellesi, N Tirelli, JA Hubbell
Biomaterials 25 (21), 5115-5124, 2004
Amphiphilic hydrogel nanoparticles. Preparation, characterization, and preliminary assessment as new colloidal drug carriers
D Missirlis, N Tirelli, JA Hubbell
Langmuir 21 (6), 2605-2613, 2005
Gateways for the intracellular access of nanocarriers: a review of receptor-mediated endocytosis mechanisms and of strategies in receptor targeting
NM Zaki, N Tirelli
Expert opinion on drug delivery 7 (8), 895-913, 2010
Water‐borne, in situ crosslinked biomaterials from phase‐segregated precursors
B Vernon, N Tirelli, T Bächi, D Haldimann, JA Hubbell
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A: An Official Journal of The …, 2003
Network connectivity, mechanical properties and cell adhesion for hyaluronic acid/PEG hydrogels
S Ouasti, R Donno, F Cellesi, MJ Sherratt, G Terenghi, N Tirelli
Biomaterials 32 (27), 6456-6470, 2011
Materials for cell encapsulation via a new tandem approach combining reverse thermal gelation and covalent crosslinking
F Cellesi, N Tirelli, JA Hubbell
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 203 (10‐11), 1466-1472, 2002
Nanocarriers for cytoplasmic delivery: cellular uptake and intracellular fate of chitosan and hyaluronic acid‐coated chitosan nanoparticles in a phagocytic cell model
NM Zaki, A Nasti, N Tirelli
Macromolecular bioscience 11 (12), 1747-1760, 2011
Atom transfer radical polymerization as a tool for surface functionalization
D Bontempo, N Tirelli, K Feldman, G Masci, V Crescenzi, JA Hubbell
Advanced Materials 14 (17), 1239-1241, 2002
Oxidation‐responsive polymers: which groups to use, how to make them, what to expect from them (biomedical applications)
E Lallana, N Tirelli
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 214 (2), 143-158, 2013
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