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Ying Jackie Y, Wan Andrew C A, Tai Benjamin: Particles for delivery of bioactive factors. Agency For Science Technology And Research, Ying Jackie Y, Wan Andrew C A, Tai Benjamin, ELLA CHEONG SPRUSON PO Box 1531 ROBINSON ROAD POST OFFICE Singapore 903031, September 12, 2008: WO/2008/108736 (28 worldwide citation)

Provided herein are cell-responsive biodegradable microparticles, comprising a hydrophilic polymer crosslinked with a crosslinking group which is degradable by a releasing species produced by a cell and a binding species coupled to the polymer for binding and delivering a bioactive factor, such as a ...


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Ying Jackie Y, Zheng Yuangang: Synthesis of alloyed nanocrystals in aqueous or water-soluble solvents. Agency For Science Technology And Research, Ying Jackie Y, Zheng Yuangang, OYER Timothy J, September 13, 2007: WO/2007/102799 (20 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to nanocrystals and methods for making the same; in particular, the invention relates to ternary or higher alloyed nanocrystals and methods for making such structures in aqueous or water-soluble solvents. In certain embodiments of the invention, methods of preparing ter ...


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Yang Yi Yan, Wang Yong, Tan Cherng Wen, Ying Jackie Y: Methods and articles for the delivery of therapeutic agents. Agency For Science Technology And Research, Yang Yi Yan, Wang Yong, Tan Cherng Wen, Ying Jackie Y, WALAT Robert H, December 1, 2005: WO/2005/112886 (13 worldwide citation)

Articles and methods for the delivery of drugs and/or nucleic acids. Articles including a nanoparticle are provided that may be used for the delivery of a drug, a nucleic acid, or both, to a subject. The articles may be of polymeric material and may self-assemble.


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Ying Jackie Y, Garcia Martinez Javier, Lancaster Thomas M: Porous carbon structures and methods. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ying Jackie Y, Garcia Martinez Javier, Lancaster Thomas M, OYER Timothy J, November 3, 2005: WO/2005/102964 (12 worldwide citation)

Methods for making porous articles are described, along with articles and structures which can be make by these methods. The methods typically involve polymerization of a carbon-containing precursor in the presence of an amphiphilic molecular structure, followed by carbonization to make a final prod ...


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Ying Jackie Y, Pek Shona, Kurisawa Motoichi, Chung Joo Eun: Curable bone cement. Agency For Science Technology And Research, Ying Jackie Y, Pek Shona, Kurisawa Motoichi, Chung Joo Eun, ELLA CHEONG SPRUSON PO Box 1531 Robison Road Post Office Singapore 903031, August 30, 2007: WO/2007/097710 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a curable bone cement. The cement comprises a curable polymeric binder and a filler, and is capable of curing without substantial evolution of heat on exposure to a curing agent. The binder comprises phenol groups which are capable of reacting in order to cure the cem ...


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Ying Jackie Y, Ren Cindy: Thermo-responsive materials. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ying Jackie Y, Ren Cindy, COHEN Mark S, August 23, 2007: WO/2007/095175 (9 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to, inter alia, injectable materials, which comprise a a zero-length cross-linking agent encapsulated in a thermo-responsive liposome dispersed in a polymer solution where the polymer and cross-linking agent are segregated at a first temperature, and non-segregated at a sec ...


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Ying Jackie Y, Pek Shona, Gao Shujun, Mohamed Shariff Mohamed Arshad, Mao Pei Lin: Porous biomaterial-filler composite and a method for making the same. Agency For Science Technology And Research, Ying Jackie Y, Pek Shona, Gao Shujun, Mohamed Shariff Mohamed Arshad, Mao Pei Lin, ELLA CHEONG SPRUSON PO Box 1531 Robinson Road Post Office Singapore 903031, March 23, 2006: WO/2006/031196 (7 worldwide citation)

A porous biomaterial-filler composite comprising a biomaterial, such as collagen, interspersed with a calcium phosphate-type filler material. The porosity of the composite is similar to that of natural bone and can feature a pore size ranging from a few nanometres to greater than 100 microns. Scaffo ...


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Ying Jackie Y, Pek Shona, Wan Andrew C A: Mechanically reversible gel. Agency For Science Technology And Research, Ying Jackie Y, Pek Shona, Wan Andrew C A, ELLA CHEONG SPRUSON Po Box 1531 Robinson Road Post Office Singapore 903031, November 15, 2007: WO/2007/129991 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for making a gel comprising combining a silanol species comprising at least two silanol groups per molecule and a hydrophilic hydroxyl species comprising at least two hydroxyl groups per molecule. The the gel is capable of being converted to a liquid by app ...


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Ying Jackie Y, Lee Su Seong, Han Yu, Hidinoto Sukandar: Mesocellular foam particles. Agency For Science Technology And Research, Ying Jackie Y, Lee Su Seong, Han Yu, Hidinoto Sukandar, ELLA CHEONG SPRUSON PO BOX 1531 Robinson Road Post Office Singapore 903031, December 21, 2006: WO/2006/135339 (5 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a process for making regular shaped particles of solid foam. A first mixture, comprising water, an acid, a surfactant and a hydrophobic material, is combined with a hydrolysable silicon species to form a second mixture. The second mixture is maintained under conditions ...