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Prof. Yakai Feng

School of Chemical Engineering and Technology

Tianjin University, China

Professor


Email: yakaifeng@tju.edu.cn, yakaifeng@hotmail.com


Qualifications


1997 Ph.D., Tianjin University, Chemical Engineering

1992 M.Sc., Nankai University, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics

1989 B.Sc., Nankai University, Chemistry


Publications (Selected)

  1. Li Q., Shi C., Zhang W., (2015) Self-assembly Complexed Gene Nanoparticles to Promote the Proliferation of Human Vascular Endothelial Cells, Advanced Healthcare Materials, DOI: 10.1002/adhm.201400817.
  2. Ren X., Feng Y., Guo J., et al (2015) Surface modification and endothelialization of biomaterials as potential scaffolds for vascular tissue engineering application, Chemical Society Reviews, DOI: 10.1039/c4cs00483c.
  3. Khan M., Yang J., Shi C., et al (2015) Surface tailoring for selective endothelialization and platelet inhibition via a combination of SI-ATRP and Click-chemistry using Cys-Ala-Gly-peptide, Acta biomaterialia, 20, 69-81.
  4. Wang H., Feng Y., Yang J., et al (2015) Targeting REDV peptide functionalized polycationic gene carrier for enhancing the transfection and migration capability of human endothelial cells. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 3, 3379-3391.
  5. Khan M., Yang J., Shi C., et al (2015) Manipulation of polycarbonate urethane bulk properties via incorporated zwitterionic polynorbornene for tissue engineering applicationRSC Advances, 2015, 5, 11284-11292.
  6. Shi C., Yao F., Li Q., et al (2015) Regulation of the Endothelialization by Human Vascular Endothelial Cells by ZNF580 Gene Complexed with Biodegradable Microparticles, Biomaterials, 2014, 35, 7133-7145
  7. Shi C., Yao F., Huang J., et al (2015)  Proliferation and Migration of Human Vascular Endothelial Cells Mediated by ZNF580 Gene Complexed with mPEG-b-P(MMD-co-GA)-g-PEI Microparticles, Journal of materials chemistry B, Materials for biology and medicine. 2014, 2(13), 1825-1837.
  8. Y. K. Feng, J. Lu, M. Behl, A. Lendlein (2011) Degradable Depsipeptide-based Multiblock Copolymers Having Polyester or Polyetherester Segments. The International Journal of Artificial Organs, 34, 103-109.
  9. Y. K. Feng, H. Y. Zhao, S. F. Zhang, L. C. Jiao, J. Lu, H. Y. Wang, J. T Guo (2011) Polyester-Hydrophilic PEO Networks as Multifunctional Biomaterials. Macromolecular Symposia, 306-307, 18–26
  10. J. Zotzmann, M. Behl, Y. K Feng, A. Lendlein (2010) Copolymer Networks Based on Poly(ω-pentadecalactone) and Poly(ε-caprolactone) Segments as a Versatile Triple-Shape Polymer SystemAdv. Funct. Mater. 20, 3583–3594.
  11. Y. K. Feng, J. Lu, M. Behl, A. Lendlein (2010) Progress in Depsipeptide-based Biomaterials, Macromol. Biosci. 10, 1008-1021.
  12. Y. K. Feng, M. Behl, S. Kelch, A. Lendlein (2009) Biodegradable Multiblock Copolymers Based on Oligodepsipeptides with Shape-Memory Properties, Macromol. Biosci. 9, 45-54.