Poly(ethylene glycol): Chemistry and Biological Applications

Hardcover | December 1, 1997

EditorJ. Milton Harris, Samuel Zalipsky

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This volume provides an interdisciplinary analysis of current biological applications of poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG). It includes a wide array of topics useful to materials scientists, organic chemists, biochemists, and bioengineers interested in drug delivery systems, pharmaceuticals andother biomaterials. The applications discussed include PEG-modified proteins, liposomes, drugs, surfaces of materials, and hydrogels. The volume also includes a review of PEG-oligonucleotides and a concise summary of the toxicology of PEG and its derivatives.

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This volume provides an interdisciplinary analysis of current biological applications of poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG). It includes a wide array of topics useful to materials scientists, organic chemists, biochemists, and bioengineers interested in drug delivery systems, pharmaceuticals andother biomaterials. The applications discussed i...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:500 pages, 6.18 × 9.09 × 1.61 inPublished:December 1, 1997Publisher:Oxford University Press

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Preface1. Samuel Zalipsky and J. Milton Harris: Introduction to Chemistry and Biological Applications of Poly(ethylene glycol)Fundamental Properties of Poly(ethylene glycol)2. Gunnar Karlstrom and Ola Engkvist: Theory of Poly(ethylene glycol) in Solution3. Danilo D. Lasic: The Conformation of Polymers at Interfaces4. Peter K. Working, et al.: Safety of Poly(ethylene glycol) and Poly(ethylene glycol) DerivativesPoly(Ethylene Glycol)-Modified Liposomes and Particulates5. Martin C. Woodle: Poly (ethylene glycol)-Grafted Liposome Therapeutics6. Y. Okumura, et al.: Poly(ethylene oxide)-Bearing Lipids and Interaction of Functionalized Liposomes with Intact Cells7. Sung Bum La, Yukio Nagasaki, and Kazunori Kataoka: Poly(ethylene glycol)-Based Micelles for Drug DeliveryProtein Conjugates8. P.A. Mabrouk: The Use of Poly(ethylene glycol)-Enzymes in Nonaqueous Enzymology9. Janice L. Panza, et al.: Incorporation of Poly(ethylene glycol)-Proteins into Polymers10. Michael S. Hershfield: Biochemistry and Immunology of Poly(ethylene glycol)-Modified Adenosine Deaminase (PEG-ADA)11. Merry R. Sherman, et al.: Conjugation of High-Molecular Weight Poly(ethylene glycol) to Cytokines: Granulocyte-Macrophage Colony-Stimulating Factors as Model Substrates12. Kenneth Olson, et al.: Preparation and Characterization of Poly(ethylene glycol)ylated Human Growth Hormone Antagonist13. Francesco M. Veronese, Paolo Caliceti, and Oddone Schiavon: New Synthetic Polymers for Enzyme and Liposome Modification14. Irina N. Topchieva: Covalent and Noncovalent Adducts of Proteins with Water-Soluble Poly(alkylene oxides)15. Seth P. Monkarsh, et al.: Isolation of Positional Isomers of Mono-poly(ethylene glycol)ylated Interferon/a-2a and the Determination of Their Biochemical and Biological CharacteristicsConjugates of Ollgomeric and Low-Molecular Weight Substrates16. Arthur M. Felix: Site-Specific Poly(ethylene glycol)ylation of Peptides17. George Barany, et al.: Poly(ethylene glycol)-Containing Supports for Solid -Phase Synthesis of Peptides and Combinatorial Organic Libraries18. Andres Jaschke: Oligonucleotide-Poly(ethylene glycol) Conjugates: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications19. Tatsuro Ouchi, Hidetoshi Kuroda, and Yuichi Ohya: Design of Antitumor Agent-Terminated Poly(ethylene glycol) Conjugate as Macromolecular Prodrug20. E.H. Schacht and K. Hoste: Poly(ethylene glycol)-Grafted Polymers as Drug CarriersNew Functional Polymers, Surfaces, and Hydrogels21. Samuel Zalipsky and Sunitha Menon-Rudolph: Hydrazide Derivatives of Poly(ethylene glycol) and Their Bioconjugates22. Susan J. Sofia and Edward W. Merrill: Protein Adsorption of Poly(ethylene oxide)-Grafted Silicon Surfaces23. Milan Mrksich and George M. Whitesides: Using Self-Assembled Monolayers That Present Oligo(ethylene glycol) Groups To Control the Interactions of Proteins with Surfaces24. Kazunori Emoto, J. Milton Harris, and James M. Van Alstine: Electrokinetic Analysis of Poly(ethylene glycol) Coating Chemistry25. Karin D. Caldwell: Surface Modifications with Adsorbed Poly(ethylene oxide)-Based Block Copolymers Physical Characteristics and Biological Use26. Woonza Rhee, et al.: In vivo Stability of Poly(ethylene glycol)-Collagen Composites27. Guohua Chen, Allan S. Hoffman, Bhagwati Kabra, and Kiran Randeri: Temperature-Induced Gelation Pluronic-g-Poly(acrylic acid) Graft Copolymers for Prolonged Drug Delivery to the Eye28. Xuan Zhao and J. Milton Harris: Novel Degradable Poly(ethylene glycol) Esters for Drug DeliveryAuthor IndexAffiliation IndexSubject Index.