Hans P. Merkle
Hans P. Merkle
Professor emeritus, ETH Zurich
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Microencapsulation by solvent extraction/evaporation: reviewing the state of the art of microsphere preparation process technology
S Freitas, HP Merkle, B Gander
Journal of controlled release 102 (2), 313-332, 2005
Silk fibroin as a vehicle for drug delivery applications
E Wenk, HP Merkle, L Meinel
Journal of controlled release 150 (2), 128-141, 2011
Silk fibroin as an organic polymer for controlled drug delivery
S Hofmann, CTWP Foo, F Rossetti, M Textor, G Vunjak-Novakovic, ...
Journal of controlled release 111 (1-2), 219-227, 2006
Formulation aspects of biodegradable polymeric microspheres for antigen delivery
H Tamber, P Johansen, HP Merkle, B Gander
Advanced drug delivery reviews 57 (3), 357-376, 2005
Localized delivery of growth factors for bone repair
V Luginbuehl, L Meinel, HP Merkle, B Gander
European journal of pharmaceutics and biopharmaceutics 58 (2), 197-208, 2004
Control of in vitro tissue-engineered bone-like structures using human mesenchymal stem cells and porous silk scaffolds
S Hofmann, H Hagenmüller, AM Koch, R Müller, G Vunjak-Novakovic, ...
Biomaterials 28 (6), 1152-1162, 2007
Nerve conduits and growth factor delivery in peripheral nerve repair
LA Pfister, M Papaloïzos, HP Merkle, B Gander
Journal of the Peripheral Nervous System 12 (2), 65-82, 2007
Evaluation of particle uptake in human blood monocyte-derived cells in vitro. Does phagocytosis activity of dendritic cells measure up with macrophages?
L Thiele, B Rothen-Rutishauser, S Jilek, H Wunderli-Allenspach, ...
Journal of Controlled Release 76 (1-2), 59-71, 2001
Silk fibroin spheres as a platform for controlled drug delivery
E Wenk, AJ Wandrey, HP Merkle, L Meinel
Journal of Controlled Release 132 (1), 26-34, 2008
Microencapsulation of DNA using poly (DL-lactide-co-glycolide): stability issues and release characteristics
E Walter, K Moelling, J Pavlovic, HP Merkle
Journal of Controlled Release 61 (3), 361-374, 1999
Electrospun matrices for localized drug delivery: current technologies and selected biomedical applications
AJ Meinel, O Germershaus, T Luhmann, HP Merkle, L Meinel
European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics 81 (1), 1-13, 2012
Hydrophilic poly (DL-lactide-co-glycolide) microspheres for the delivery of DNA to human-derived macrophages and dendritic cells
E Walter, D Dreher, M Kok, L Thiele, SG Kiama, P Gehr, HP Merkle
Journal of Controlled Release 76 (1-2), 149-168, 2001
Silk based biomaterials to heal critical sized femur defects
L Meinel, O Betz, R Fajardo, S Hofmann, A Nazarian, E Cory, M Hilbe, ...
Bone 39 (4), 922-931, 2006
Evaluation of laminated muco-adhesive patches for buccal drug delivery
R Anders, HP Merkle
International Journal of Pharmaceutics 49 (3), 231-240, 1989
The Venus flytrap of periplasmic binding proteins: an ancient protein module present in multiple drug receptors
CB Felder, RC Graul, AY Lee, HP Merkle, W Sadee
AAps pharmsci 1, 7-26, 1999
P-Glycoprotein (P-gp) mediated efflux in Caco-2 cell monolayers: the influence of culturing conditions and drug exposure on P-gp expression levels
P Anderle, E Niederer, W Rubas, C Hilgendorf, H Spahn-Langguth, ...
Journal of pharmaceutical sciences 87 (6), 757-762, 1998
PEGylation as a tool for the biomedical engineering of surface modified microparticles
UTA Wattendorf, HP Merkle
Journal of pharmaceutical sciences 97 (11), 4655-4669, 2008
Revisiting PLA/PLGA microspheres: an analysis of their potential in parenteral vaccination
P Johansen, Y Men, HP Merkle, B Gander
European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics 50 (1), 129-146, 2000
Chances and pitfalls of cell penetrating peptides for cellular drug delivery
R Tréhin, HP Merkle
European journal of pharmaceutics and biopharmaceutics 58 (2), 209-223, 2004
Insulin-like growth factor I releasing silk fibroin scaffolds induce chondrogenic differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells
L Uebersax, HP Merkle, L Meinel
Journal of controlled release 127 (1), 12-21, 2008
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