Stenzel, Martina
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RAFTing down under: Tales of missing radicals, fancy architectures, and mysterious holes
C Barner‐Kowollik, TP Davis, JPA Heuts, MH Stenzel, P Vana, ...
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 41 (3), 365-375, 2003
Complex polymer architectures via RAFT polymerization: From fundamental process to extending the scope using click chemistry and nature's building blocks
A Gregory, MH Stenzel
Progress in Polymer Science 37 (1), 38-105, 2012
Well-Defined Protein−Polymer Conjugates via in Situ RAFT Polymerization
C Boyer, V Bulmus, J Liu, TP Davis, MH Stenzel, C Barner-Kowollik
Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (22), 7145-7154, 2007
Acid-degradable polymers for drug delivery: a decade of innovation
S Binauld, MH Stenzel
Chemical communications 49 (21), 2082-2102, 2013
Xanthate mediated living polymerization of vinyl acetate: a systematic variation in MADIX/RAFT agent structure
MH Stenzel, L Cummins, GE Roberts, TP Davis, P Vana, ...
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 204 (9), 1160-1168, 2003
Synthesis of glycopolymers and their multivalent recognitions with lectins
SRS Ting, G Chen, MH Stenzel
Polymer Chemistry 1 (9), 1392-1412, 2010
Complex macromolecular architectures by reversible addition fragmentation chain transfer chemistry: theory and practice
L Barner, TP Davis, MH Stenzel, C Barner‐Kowollik
Macromolecular Rapid Communications 28 (5), 539-559, 2007
Entry of nanoparticles into cells: The importance of nanoparticle properties
J Zhao, MH Stenzel
Polymer Chemistry 9 (3), 259-272, 2018
Formation of honeycomb‐structured, porous films via breath figures with different polymer architectures
MH Stenzel, C Barner‐Kowollik, TP Davis
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 44 (8), 2363-2375, 2006
Building nanostructures using RAFT polymerization
C Boyer, MH Stenzel, TP Davis
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 49 (3), 551-595, 2011
Star polymer synthesis using trithiocarbonate functional β‐cyclodextrin cores (reversible addition–fragmentation chain‐transfer polymerization)
MH Stenzel, TP Davis
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 40 (24), 4498-4512, 2002
Ultrafast click conjugation of macromolecular building blocks at ambient temperature
AJ Inglis, S Sinnwell, MH Stenzel, C Barner‐Kowollik
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 48 (13), 2411-2414, 2009
Star‐polymer synthesis via radical reversible addition–fragmentation chain‐transfer polymerization
M Stenzel‐Rosenbaum, TP Davis, V Chen, AG Fane
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 39 (16), 2777-2783, 2001
Honeycomb structured polymer films via breath figures
M HernŠndez-Guerrero, MH Stenzel
Polymer Chemistry 3 (3), 563-577, 2012
In situ formation of protein-polymer conjugates through reversible addition fragmentation chain transfer polymerization
J Liu, V Bulmus, DL Herlambang, C Barner-Kowollik, MH Stenzel, ...
Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 46 (17), 3099-3103, 2007
Porous polymer films and honeycomb structures made by the self-organization of well-defined macromolecular structures created by living radical polymerization techniques
MH Stenzel-Rosenbaum, TP Davis, AG Fane, V Chen
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 40 (18), 3428, 2001
Shell-cross-linked vesicles synthesized from block copolymers of poly (D, L-lactide) and poly (N-isopropyl acrylamide) as thermoresponsive nanocontainers
M Hales, C Barner-Kowollik, TP Davis, MH Stenzel
Langmuir 20 (25), 10809-10817, 2004
Honeycomb structured porous films prepared from carbohydrate based polymers synthesized via the RAFT process
MH Stenzel, TP Davis, AG Fane
Journal of Materials Chemistry 13 (9), 2090-2097, 2003
Formation of regular honeycomb-patterned porous film by self-organization
MH Stenzel
Australian journal of chemistry 55 (4), 239-243, 2002
Verification of controlled grafting of styrene from cellulose via radiation-induced RAFT polymerization
M Barsbay, O GŁven, MH Stenzel, TP Davis, C Barner-Kowollik, L Barner
Macromolecules 40 (20), 7140-7147, 2007
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