Richard Hoogenboom
Richard Hoogenboom
Full Professor, Ghent University
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Poly (ethylene glycol) in drug delivery: pros and cons as well as potential alternatives
K Knop, R Hoogenboom, D Fischer, US Schubert
Angewandte chemie international edition 49 (36), 6288-6308, 2010
Click chemistry beyond metal‐catalyzed cycloaddition
CR Becer, R Hoogenboom, US Schubert
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 48 (27), 4900-4908, 2009
Poly (2‐oxazoline) s: a polymer class with numerous potential applications
R Hoogenboom
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 48 (43), 7978-7994, 2009
Clicking polymers: a straightforward approach to novel macromolecular architectures
D Fournier, R Hoogenboom, US Schubert
Chemical Society Reviews 36 (8), 1369-1380, 2007
Microwave‐assisted polymer synthesis: state‐of‐the‐art and future perspectives
F Wiesbrock, R Hoogenboom, US Schubert
Macromolecular Rapid Communications 25 (20), 1739-1764, 2004
Temperature responsive bio-compatible polymers based on poly (ethylene oxide) and poly (2-oxazoline) s
C Weber, R Hoogenboom, US Schubert
Progress in Polymer Science 37 (5), 686-714, 2012
Responsive biomimetic networks from polyisocyanopeptide hydrogels
PHJ Kouwer, M Koepf, VAA Le Sage, M Jaspers, AM Van Buul, ...
Nature 493 (7434), 651-655, 2013
Thermoresponsive polymers with lower critical solution temperature: from fundamental aspects and measuring techniques to recommended turbidimetry conditions
Q Zhang, C Weber, US Schubert, R Hoogenboom
Materials Horizons 4 (2), 109-116, 2017
Microwave‐assisted polymer synthesis: recent developments in a rapidly expanding field of research
R Hoogenboom, US Schubert
Macromolecular Rapid Communications 28 (4), 368-386, 2007
The chemistry of tissue adhesive materials
PJM Bouten, M Zonjee, J Bender, STK Yauw, H van Goor, JCM van Hest, ...
Progress in Polymer Science 39 (7), 1375-1405, 2014
Supramolecular polymer networks: hydrogels and bulk materials
L Voorhaar, R Hoogenboom
Chemical Society Reviews 45 (14), 4013-4031, 2016
Thiol–yne chemistry: A powerful tool for creating highly functional materials
R Hoogenboom
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 20 (49), 3415-3417, 2010
Polymeric multilayer capsules for drug delivery
S De Koker, R Hoogenboom, BG De Geest
Chemical Society Reviews 41 (7), 2867-2884, 2012
Layer-by-layer preparation of polyelectrolyte multilayer membranes for separation
N Joseph, P Ahmadiannamini, R Hoogenboom, IFJ Vankelecom
Polymer Chemistry 5 (6), 1817-1831, 2014
Tunable pH-and temperature-sensitive copolymer libraries by reversible addition− fragmentation chain transfer copolymerizations of methacrylates
D Fournier, R Hoogenboom, HML Thijs, RM Paulus, US Schubert
Macromolecules 40 (4), 915-920, 2007
Thermoresponsive poly (oligo ethylene glycol acrylates)
G Vancoillie, D Frank, R Hoogenboom
Progress in Polymer Science 39 (6), 1074-1095, 2014
Investigation of the Living Cationic Ring-Opening Polymerization of 2-Methyl-, 2-Ethyl-, 2-Nonyl-, and 2-Phenyl-2-oxazoline in a Single-Mode Microwave Reactor
F Wiesbrock, R Hoogenboom, MAM Leenen, MAR Meier, US Schubert
Macromolecules 38 (12), 5025-5034, 2005
Poly (2‐Oxazoline) s–Are They More Advantageous for Biomedical Applications Than Other Polymers?
O Sedlacek, BD Monnery, SK Filippov, R Hoogenboom, M Hruby
Macromolecular rapid communications 33 (19), 1648-1662, 2012
Tuning the LCST of poly (2-oxazoline) s by varying composition and molecular weight: alternatives to poly (N-isopropylacrylamide)?
R Hoogenboom, HML Thijs, MJHC Jochems, BM van Lankvelt, ...
Chemical communications, 5758-5760, 2008
Libraries of methacrylic acid and oligo (ethylene glycol) methacrylate copolymers with LCST behavior
CR Becer, S Hahn, MWM Fijten, HML Thijs, R Hoogenboom, US Schubert
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 46 (21), 7138-7147, 2008
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