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  1. Synthesis of Linear ABC Triblock Copolymers and Their Self-Assembly in Solution
    E. V. Konishcheva, D. Daubian, J. Gaitzsch, W. Meier: Helv. Chim. Acta (2018)
  2. Revisiting Monomer Synthesis and Radical Ring Opening Polymerization of Dimethylated MDO Towards Biodegradable Nanoparticles for Enzymes
    J. Gaitzsch, P. C. Welsch, J. Folini, C. A. Schoenenberger, J. C. Anderson,  W. Meier: Eur. Polym. J (2018)
  3. Challenges in Malaria Management and a Glimpse at Some Nanotechnological Approaches
    A. Najer, C.G. Palivan, H.-P. Beck,  W. Meier: Infectious Diseases and Nanomedicine III (2018)
  4. Optimized Reconstitution of Membrane Proteins into Synthetic Membranes
    R. Goers, J. Thoma, N. Ritzmann, A. Di Silverstro, C. Alter, G. Gunkel-Grabole. D. Fotiadis, D. J. Müller,  W. Meier: Comm. Chem (2018)
  5. Biomimetic Planar Polymer Membranes Decorated with Enzymes as Functional Surfaces
    V. Mikhalevich, C. Draghici, G. Gunkel-Grabole, J. Jowal  W. Meier, C.G. Palivan: Langmuir (2018)
  6. Live Follow-Up of Enzymatic Reactions Inside the Cavities of Synthetic Giant Unilamellar Vesicles Equipped with Membrane Proteins Mimicking Cell Architecture
    M. Garni, T. Einfalt, R. Goers, C.G.Palivan,  W. Meier: ACS Synth. Biol. (2018)
  7. Nanosensors based on polymer vesicles and planar membranes: a short review
    M.E. El Idrissi, C.E. Meyer, L. Zartner, W. Meier: J. Nanobiotechnol. (2018)

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  1. Nanostructured Surfaces through Immobilization of Self-Assembled Polymer Architectures Using Thiol-Ene Chemistry
    G. Gunkel-Grabole, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier: Macromol. Mater. Eng. (2017)
  2. PEO-b-PCL-b-PMOXA Triblock Copolymers: From Synthesis to Microscale Polymersomes with Asymmetric Membrane
    E. V. Konishcheva, U. E. Zhumaev, W. Meier: Macromol. (2017)
  3. Strain-Promoted Thiol-Mediated Cellular Uptake of Giant Substrates: Liposomes and Polymersomes
    N. Chuard, G. Gasparini, D. Moreau, S. Lörcher, C. Palivan, W. Meier, N. Sakai, S. Matile: Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2017)
  4. Investigation of Horseradish Peroxidase Kinetics in an "Organelle-Like" Environment
    P. Baumann, M. Spulber, O. Fischer, A. Car, W. Meier: Small (2017)
  5. Expanding the potential of MRI contrast agents through multifunctional polymeric nanocarriers
    I. Craciun, G. Gunkel-Grabole, A. Belluati,  C. Palivan, W. Meier: Nanomedicine (Lond.) (2017)
  6. Amphiphilic peptide self-assembly: Expansion to hybrid materials
    V. Mikhalevich, I. Craciun, M. Kyropoulou, C. Palivan, W. Meier: Biomacromolecules (2017)
  7. Biomimetic Strategy to Reversibly Trigger Functionality of Catalytic Nanocompartments by the Insertion of pH-Responsive Biovalves
    C, Edlinger, T. Einfalt, M. Spulber, A. Anja, W. Meier, C. Palivan: Nano. Lett.  (2017)
  8. Complex Self-Assembly Behavior of Bis-hydrophilic PEO-b-PCL-b-PMOXA Triblock Copolymers in Aqueous Solution
    E. V. Konishcheva, U. E. Zhumaev, M. Kratt, W. Meier: Macromol. (2017)
  9. Vesicles in Multiple Shapes: Fine-Tuning Polymersomes' Shape and Stability by Setting Membrane Hydrophobicity
    J. Gaitzsch, L. Messager, E. Morecroft, W. Meier: Polymers (2017)
  10. Porphyrin-polymer nanocompartments: singlet oxygen generation and antimicrobial activity
    M. Kyropoulou, A. Lanzilotto, E.C. Constable, C.E. Housecroft , W.P. Meier, C.G. Palivan: JBIC (2017)
  11. Antioxidant Functionalized Polymer Capsules to Prevent Oxidative Stress
    A.Larrañaga, I.L.M. Isa, V. Patil, S. Thamboo, M. Lomora, M.A. Fernández-Yague, J-Sarasua, C.G. Palivan, A. Pandit: Acta Biomaterialia (2017)

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  1. Bioinspired polymer vesicles and membranes for biological and medical applications
    C. G. Palivan, R. Goers, A. Najer, X. Zhang, A. Car, W. Meier: Chem. Soc. Rev. (2016)

  2. PEG Brushes on Porous, PDMS-Coated Surfaces and Their Interaction with Carbon Dioxide
    G. Gunkel-Grabole, A. Car, V. V. Naik, L. Marot, G. Ferk, C. G. Palivan and W. Meier Macromol. Chem. Phys. (2016)

  3. Stimuli-Responsive Codelivery of Oligonucleotides and Drugs by Self-Assembled Peptide Nanoparticles
    S.J. Sigg, V. Postupalenko, J. T. Duskey, C. G. Palivan and W. Meier: Biomacromolecules 17 3 (2016)

  4. Engineered non-toxic cationic nanocarriers with photo-triggered slow-release properties
    A. I. Dinu, J. T. Duskey, A. Car, C. G. Palivan and W. Meier: Polymer Chemistry (2016)

  5. Active surfaces engineered by immobilizing protein-polymer nanoreactors for selectively detecting sugar alcohols
    X. Zhang, M. Lomora, T. Einfalt, W. Meier, N. Klein, D. Schneider and C. G. Palivan: Biomaterials 89 79-88 (2016)

  6. Giant Host Red Blood Cell Membrane Mimicking Polymersomes Bind Parasite Proteins and Malaria Parasites
    A. Najer, S. Thamboo, HP. Beck, C. G. Palivan and W. Meier: CHIMIA 70 4 288-291 (2016)

  7. Engineering and Assembly of Protein Modules into Functional Molecular Systems
    S. Hirschi, M. Stauffer, D. Harder, D. J. Müller, W. Meier,  D. Fotiadis : CHIMIA 6 398 (2016)

  8. Interfacing Functional Systems
    Y. Cotelle, N. Chuard, S. Lascano, V. Lebrun, R. Wehlauch, N. Bohni, S. Lörcher, V. Postupalenko, S. Reddy, W. Meier, C. G. Palivan, K. Gademann, T. R. Ward, S. Matile: CHIMIA 6 418 (2016) 

  9. Active surfaces’ as Possible Functional Systems in Detection and Chemical (Bio) Reactivity
    C. E. Housecroft, C. G. Palivan, K. Gademann, W. Meier, M. Calame, V. Mikhalevich, X. Zhang, E. Piel, M. Szponarski, A. Wiesler, A. Lanzilotto, E. C. Constable, A. Fanget, R. Stoop: CHIMIA 6 402 (2016)

  10. Artificial Organelles: Reactions inside Protein–Polymer Supramolecular Assemblies
    M. Garni, T. Einfalt, M. Lomora, A. Car, W. Meier, C. G. Palivan: CHIMIA 6 424 (2016)

  11. Nanoparticle-based highly sensitive MRI contrast agents with enhanced relaxivity in reductive milieu
    S. J. Sigg, F. Santini, A. Najer, P. U. Richard , W. Meier, C. G. Palivan: ChemComm (2016)

  12. Engineering a Chemical Switch into the Light-driven Proton Pump Proteorhodopsin by Cysteine Mutagenesis and Thiol Modification
    D. Harder, S. Hirschi, Z. Ucurum, R. Goers, W. Meier, D. J. Müller, D. Fotiadis: Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.  55, 8846 (2016)

  13. An amphiphilic graft copolymer-based nanoparticle platform for reduction-responsive anticancer and antimalarial drug delivery A. Najer, D. Wu, M. G. Nussbaumer, G. Schwertz, A. Schwab, M. C. Witschel, A. Schäfer, F. Diederich, M. Rottmann, C. G. Palivan, H. Beck, W. Meier: Nanoscale, DOI: 10.1039/C6NR04290B (2016)
  14. Key aspects to yield low dispersity of PEO-b-PCL diblock copolymers and their mesoscale self-assembly E.Konishcheva, D.Haeussinger. S. Loercher, W. Meier: European Polymer Journal, 83, (2016)
  15. Asymmetric triblock copolymer nanocarriers for controlled localization and pH-sensitive release of proteins D. Vasquez, T. Einfalt, W. Meier, C. G. Palivan: Langmuir (2016)
  16. DNA-Mediated Self-Organization of Polymeric Nanocompartments Leads to Interconnected Artificial Organelles J. Liu, V. Postupalenko, S. Lörcher, D. Wu, M. Chami,W. Meier, C. G. Palivan: Nano. Lett., DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.6b03430 (2016)
  17. Bio-inspired Polymer Membranes
    V. Mikhalevich, C. Zelmer, A. Car, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier: The Royal Society of Chemistry (2016)
  18. Co-solvent fractionation of PMOXA-b-PDMS-b-PMXOA S. Lörcher, W. Meier: Eur. Polym. J. (2016)

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  1. Low CO2 permeability of cholesterol-containing liposomes detected by stopped-flow fluorescence spectroscopy
    G. Tsiavaliaris, F. Itel, K. Hedfalk, S. Al Samir, W. Meier, G. Gros, V. Endeward: FASEB Journal fj. 14-263988 (2015)

  2. Hybrid polymer-lipid films as platforms for directed membrane protein insertion
    J. Kowal, D. Wu, V. Mikhalevich, C. G. Palivan and W. Meier: Langmuir, 31 (17), 4868–4877 (2015)

  3. Dynamics of Membrane Proteins within Synthetic Polymer Membranes with Large Hydrophobic Mismatch
    Fabian Itel, Adrian Najer, Cornelia G. Palivan, and Wolfgang Meier: Nano Lett., 15, 6, 3871–3878 (2015)

  4. Wie sich natürliche Kanalproteine in künstlichen Membranen bewegen
    (article based on Dynamics of Membrane Proteins within Synthetic Polymer Membranes with Large Hydrophobic Mismatch) 03.06.2015 03.06.2015 05.06.2015 05.06.2015

  5. Researchers Successfully Measure Movement of Natural Channel Proteins in Artificial Membranes
    (article based on Dynamics of Membrane Proteins within Synthetic Polymer Membranes with Large Hydrophobic Mismatch) 04.06.2015

  6. How natural channel proteins move in artificial membranes
    (article based on Dynamics of Membrane Proteins within Synthetic Polymer Membranes with Large Hydrophobic Mismatch) 04.06.215 05.06.2015

  7. Dynamics of Membrane Proteins within Synthetic Polymer Membranes with Large Hydrophobic Mismatch
    F. Itel, A. Najer, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier: Nano Lett. 15, 6, 3871–3878

  8. Biocompatible Polymer-Peptide Hybrid-Based DNA Nanoparticles for Gene Delivery
    D. Witzigmann, D. Wu, S. Schenk, V. Balasubramanian, W. Meier, J. Huwyler: ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 7, 19, 10446–10456 (2015)

  9. Reduction-Sensitive Amphiphilic Triblock Copolymers Self-Assemble Into Stimuli-Responsive Micelles for Drug Delivery (a)
    S. Tughrai, V. Malinova, R. Masciadri, S. Menon, P. Tanner, c. G. Palivan, N. Bruns, W. Meier: Macromolecular Bioscience Volume 15, Issue 4, 481–489 (April 2015)

  10. Analysis of MolecularParameters Determining the Antimalarial Activity of Polymer-Based Nanomimics
    A. Najer, S. Thamboo, J. T. Duskey, C. G. Palivan, H.-P. Beck and W. Meier: Macromol. Rapid Commun. 36, 1923−1928 (2015)

  11. PH-Triggered Reversible Multiple Protein-Polymer Conjugation Based on Molecular Recognition
    Liu J, V. Postupalenko, J. T. Duskey, C. G. Palivan and W. Meier: The Journal of Physical Chemistry 119 36 (2015)

  12. Active surfaces engineered by immobilizing protein-polymer nanoreactors for selectively detecting sugar alcohols
    X. Zhang, M. Lomora, T. Einfalt, W. Meier, N. Klein and C. G. Palivan Biomaterials 89 79-88 (2015)

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  1. Planar Biomimetic Membranes Based on Amphiphilic Block Copolymer
    J. Kowal, X. Zhang, I. A. Dinu, C. G. Palivan and W. Meier, Macro. Lett. 3 59-63 (2014)

  2. Poly(N-vinylpyrrolidone)-Poly(dimethylsiloxane)-Based Polymersome Nanoreactors for Laccase-Catalyzed Biotransformations
    M. Spulber, P. Baumann, S. S. Saxer, U. Pieles, W. Meier and N. Bruns; Biomacromolecules 15 (4), pp 1469–1475 (2014)

  3. Functional surface engineering by nucleotide-modulated potassium channel insertion into polymer membranes attached to solid supports
    Kowal J. L., Kowal, J. K.; Wu, D.; Stahlberg, H.; Palivan, C. G.; Meier, W. Biomaterials 35, 7286-7294 (2014)

  4. A general strategy for creating self-defending surfaces for controlled drug production for long periods of time
    Langowska, K.; Kowal, J.; Palivan, C. G.; Meier, W.: . Journal of Materials Chemistry B (2014), DOI: 10.1039/c4tb00277f

  5. pH-Responsive PDMS-b-PDMAEMA Micelles for Intracellular Anticancer Drug Delivery
    A. Car, P. Baumann, J. T. Duskey, M. Chami, N. Bruns, and W. Meier: Biomacromolecules, 15 (9), 3235–3245 (2014)

  6. Polymeric 3D nano-architectures for transport and delivery of therapeutically relevant biomacromolecules
    G. Gunkel-Grabole , S. Sigg , M. Lomora , S. Lörcher , C. G. Palivan and W. P. Meier Biomatter Sci. 2014 DOI: 10.1039/c4bm00230j

  7. "Active surfaces" Formed by Immobilization of Enzymes on Solid Supported Polymer Membranes
    C. L. Draghici, J. Kowal, A. Darjan, W. Meier, C. Palivan, Langmuir (2014), DOI: 10.1021/la502841p

  8. Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide-co-tris-nitrilotriacetic acid acrylamide) for a Combined Study of Molecular Recognition and Spatial Constraints in Protein Binding and Interactions
    Lui J, Spulber M, Wu DL, Talom RM, Palivan CG, Meier W (2014): JACS 136 36 12607-12614

  9. Effect of Molecular Parameters on the Architecture and Membrane Properties of 3D Assemblies of Amphiphilic Copolymers
    Wu DL, Spulber M, Itel F, Chami M, Pfohl T, Palivan CG, Meier W. (2014): Macromolecules 47 15 5060-5069

  10. Molecular Organization and Dynamics in Polymersome Membranes: A Lateral Diffusion Study
    F. Itel, M. Chami, A. Najer, S. Lörcher, , D. Wu, I. A. Dinu and W. Meier: Macromolecules (2014) 47, 7588−7596 DOI: 10.1021/ma5015403

  11. Nanoreactors for Biomedical Applications
    F. Itel, I. A. Dinu, P. Tanner, O. Fischer, and C. G. Palivan; Chapter B6 in Handbook of Nanobiomedical Research (2014); publisher World Scientific Publishing Company; pp. 457-508; doi: 10.1142/9789814520652_0064

  12. Nanomimics of Host Cell Membranes Block Invasion and Expose Invasive Malaria Parasites
    A. Najer, D. Wu, A. Bieri, F. Brand, C. G. Palivan, H-P Beck and W. Meier ACS Nano (2014); DOI: 10.1021/nn5054206

  13. Polymer Vesicles
    A. I. Dinu, C. Edlinger, E. Konishcheva, C. G. Palivan and W. Meier: Encyclopedia of Polymeric Nanomaterials, p. 1-11, (2014), Springer.

  14. Polymeric Particulates for Subunit Vaccine Delivery
    T. Schuster, M. Nussbaumer, P. Baumann, N. Bruns, W. Meier and A. Car: Subunit Vaccine Delivery - Advances in Delivery Science and Technology 181-201 (2014)

  15. Multicompartment micelle-structured peptide nanoparticles: A new biocompatible gene- and drug-delivery tool
    D. de Bruyn Ouboter, T. Schuster, V. Shanker, M. Heim, W. Meier: Journal of Biomedical Materialresearch A (2014) 102A (4) 1155-1163

  16. Polymorphism control of an active pharmaceutical ingredient beneath calixarene-based Langmuir monolayers
    L. G. Tulli, N. Moridi, W. Wang, K. Helttunen, M. Neuburger, D. Vaknin, W. Meier, P. Shahgaldian: Chem. Commun, (2014) 50, 3938-3940

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  1. Fluorescence-Based Assay for the Optimization of the Activity of Artificial Transfer Hydrogenase within a Biocompatible Compartment   
    T. Heinisch, K. Langowska, P. Tanner, J. L. Reymond, W. Meier, T. R. Ward, ChemCatChem 5 (3) 720-723 (2013)

  2. Polymer nanocompartments in broad-spectrum medical applications    
    A. Najer, D. Wu, D. Vasquez, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier, Nanomedicine 8 (3) 425-447, (2013)

  3. Polymer nanoreactors shown to produce and release antibiotics locally
    K. Langowska, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier, Chem. Commun.,  49, 128-130 (2013)

  4. Biodegradable polymer–lipid monolayers as templates for calcium phosphate mineralization
    A. Jagoda, M. Zinn, E. Bieler, W. Meier, K. Kita-Tokarczyk; J. Mater. Chem. B, 1, 368-378 (2013)

  5. Multicompartment micelle-structured peptide nanoparticles: A new biocompatible gene- and drug-delivery tool
    D. de Bruyn Ouboter, T. Schuster, V. Shanker, M. Heim, W. Meier; J Biomed Mater Res Part A (2013)

  6. Polymer Vesicles on Surfaces
    A. Jagoda, J. Kowal, M. Delcea, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier; bookchapter in Biomaterials Surface Science Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim, Germany (2013)

  7. Photoreaction of a Hydroxyalkyphenone with the Membrane of Polymersomes: A Versatile Method To Generate Semipermeable Nanoreactors M.
    Spulber, A. Najer, K. Winkelbach, O. Glaied, M. Waser, U. Pieles, W. Meier, N. Bruns; J. Am. Chem. Soc.135, 9204−9212 (2013)

  8. Printing Enzymes for Colorimetric Assays on Paper;
    S. S. Saxer, F. Wildi, W. Walser, O. Boss, R. Zimmer, , M. Spulber, W. Meier, P. Paul, N. Bruns, U. Pieles; SCS-FH Awards at the ILMAC, Chimia 67 648-657 (2013)

  9. synthetic nanomaterial for virus recognition produced by surface imprinting
    A. Cumbo, B. Lorber, P. F. X. Corvini, W. Meier and P. Shahgaldian, nature communications 4 1503 (2013)

  10. Gel-Assisted Formation of Giant Unilamellar Vesicles
    A. Weinberger, F. C. Tsai, G. H. Koenderik, T. H. Schmidt, R. Itri, W. Meier, T. Schmatko, A. Schröder, C. Marques, Biophysical Journal 105:1 154 (2013)

  11. Natural channel protein inserts and functions in a completely artificial, solid-supported bilayer membrane
    X. Zhang, W. Fu, C. G. Palivan and W. Meier Scientific Reports 3 2196 (2013)

  12. Self-assembled peptide beads used as a template for ordered gold nanoparticle superstructures
    D. de Bruyn Outboter, T. B. Schuster, S. J. Sigg and W. Meier Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 112 542-547 (2013)

  13. Tuning the resistance of polycarbonate membranes by plasma-induced graft surface modification
    L. Baumann, D. Hegemann, D. de Courten, M. Wolf, R. M. Rossi, W. Meier and l. J. Scherer, Applied Surface Science 268 1 450-457 (2013)

  14. Water-Soluble Co(III) Complexes of Substituted Phenanthrolines with
    Cell Selective Anticancer Activity

    S. Jagadeesan, V. Balasubramanian, P. Baumann, M. Neuburger, D. Häussinger and C. G. Palivan, Inorganic Chemistry 53 12535−12544 (2013)

  15. Protein–Polymer Supramolecular Assemblies: A Key Combination for Multifunctionality
    C. Palivan, X. Zhang, W. Meier Chimnia 67, 791-795 (2013)

  16. Self-assembled Structures from Amphiphilic Peptides
    S. Sigg, T. Schuster, W. Meier Chimnia 67, 881-884 (2013)

  17. Light-responsive polymer nanoreactors: a source of reactive oxygen species on demand
    P. Baumann, V. Balasubramanian, O. Onaca-Fischer, A. Sienkiewicz and C.G. Palivan
    Nanoscale, 5, 217-224 (2013)

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  1. Protein-polymer nanoreactors for medical applications
    C. G. Palivan O. Fischer-Onaca M. Delcea F. Itel, W. Meier, Chemical Society Reviews 41(7), 2800, (2012)
  2. Effects of Silver Nanoparticles on Primary Mixed Neural Cell Cultures: Uptake, Oxidative Stress and Acute Calcium Responses
    A. Haase, S. Rott, A. Mantion, P. Graf, J. Plendl, A. F. Thünemann, W. P. Meier, A. Taubert, A. Luch, G. Reiser, Toxicological Sciences 126(2), 457, (2012)
  3. Probing Bioinspired Transport of Nanoparticles into Polymersomes
    K. Jaskiewicz, A. Larsen,I. Lieberwirth, K. Koynov, W. Meier, G. Fytas, A. Kroeger, K. Landfester, Angewandte Chemie 51(19), 4613, (2012)
  4. Highly Permeable and Selective Pore-Spanning Biomimetic Membrane Embedded with Aquaporin Z
    H. Wang, T.-S. Chung, Y. W. Tong, K. Jeyaseelan, A. Armugam, Z. Chen, M. Hong, W. Meier, Small 8(8), 1185, (2012)
  5. A novel type of silver nanoparticles and their advantages in toxicity testing in cell culture systems
    A. Haase, A. Mantion, P.Graf, J. Plendl, A.F. Thuenemann, W. Meier, A. Taubert, A. Luch, Archives of toxicology, doi: 10.1007/s00204-012-0836-0
  6. Synthetic Biology, Inspired by Synthetic Chemistry
    V. Malinova, W. Meier, E.K. Sinner, FEBS Letters, doi:
  7. Mimicking the cell membrane with block copolymer membranes
    X. Zhang, P. Tanner, A. Graff, C. Palivan, W. Meier, Journal of Polymer Science, Part A: Polymer Chemistry 50(12), 2293, (2012)
  8. Solution Behavior of Double-Hydrophilic Block Copolymers in Dilute Aqueous Solution
    O. Casse, A. Shkilnyy, J. Linders, C. Mayer, D. Haussinger, A. Volkel, A.F. Thunemann, R. Dimova, H. Colfen, W. Meier, H. Schlaad, A. Taubert, Macromolecules, 45(11), 4772, (2012)
  9. Stimuli-responsive polymers and their applications in nanomedicine
    E. Cabane, X. Zhang, K. Langowska, C. Palivan, W. Meier, Biointerphases, 7(1-4), 9, (2012)
  10. Head group influence on lipid interactions with a polyhydroxyalkanoate biopolymer
    A. Jagoda, M. Zinn, W. Meier, K. Kita-Tokarczyk, Macromolecular Chemistry & Physics, 213(18), 1922, (2012)
  11. Membrane protein distribution in composite polymer-lipid thin films
    J. Thoma, S. Belegrinou, P. Rossbach, M. Grzelakowski, K. Kita-Tokarczyk, W. Meier, Chemical Communications, 48, 8811, (2012)
  12. Gas-tight triblock-copolymer membranes are converted to CO2 permeable by insertion of plant aquaporins
    N. Uehlein, B. Otto, A. Eilingsfeld, F. Itel, W. Meier, R. Kaldenhoff, Scientific Reports,2, 538, (2012)
  13. Specific His(6)-tag Attachment to Metal-Functionalized Polymersomes Relies on Molecular Recognition
    P. Tanner, M. Ezhevskaya, R. Nehring, S. Van Doorslaer, W. Meier, C. Palivan, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 116 (33), 10113, (2012)
  14. Benzodifuran-containing well-defined π-conjugated polymers for photovoltaic cells
    H. Li, P. Tang, Y. Zhao, S.-X. Liu, Y. Aeschi, L. Deng, J. Braun, B. Zhao, Y. Liu, Bin, S. Tan, W. Meier, S. Decurtins, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 50(14), 2935, (2012)
  15. CO2 permeability of cell membranes is regulated by membrane cholesterol and protein gas channels
    F. Itel, S. Al-Samir, F. Öberg, M. Chami, M. Kumar, C.T. Supuran, P.M.T. Deen, W. Meier, K. Hedfalk, G. Gros, V. Endeward, The FASEB Journal, 26, 1-10, (2012)
  16. High-Density Reconstitution of Functional Water Channels into Vesicular and Planar Block Copolymer Membranes
    M. Kumar, J. E. O Habel, J. X. Shen, W. Meier, T. Walz, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 134 (45) 18631–18637 DOI: 10.1021/ja304721r (2012)

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  1. Solid-supported polymeric membranes
    S. Belegrinou, S. Menon, D. Dobrunz, W. Meier, Soft Matter 7(6), 2202 (2011)
  2. Functionalization of Block Copolymer Vesicle Surfaces
    S. Egli, H. Schlaad, N. Bruns, W. Meier, Polymers 3(1), 252 (2011)
  3. Planar Block Copolymer Membranes by Vesicle Spreading
    J. Dorn, S. Belegrinou, M. Kreiter, E.-K. Sinner, W. Meier, Macromolecular Bioscience 11(4), 514 (2011)
  4. Biocompatible Functionalization of Polymersome Surfaces: A new Approach to Surface Immobilization and Cell Targeting using Polymersomes
    S. Egli, M.G. Nussbaumer, V. Balasubramanian, M. Chami, N. Bruns, C.
    Palivan, W. Meier, Journal of the American Chemical Society 133(12), 4476 (2011)
  5. Silicification of Peptide-Coated Silver Nanoparticles-A Biomimetic Soft Chemistry Approach toward Chiral Hybrid Core-Shell Materials
    P. Graf, A. Mantion, A. Haase, A.F. Thunemann, A. Masic, W. Meier, A. Luch, A. Taubert, ACS Nano 5(2), 820 (2011)
  6. Enzymatic Cascade Reactions inside Polymeric Nanocontainers: A Means to Combat Oxidative Stress
    P. Tanner, O. Onaca, V. Balasubramanian, W. Meier, C.G. Palivan, Chemistry 17(16), 4552 (2011)
  7. From fibers to micelles using point-mutated amphiphilic peptides
    Th. B. Schuster, D. de Bruyn Ouboter, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier, Langmuir 27(8), 4578 (2011)
  8. Application of laser postionization secondary neutral mass spectrometry/time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry in nanotoxicology: visualization of nanosilver in human macrophages and cellular responses
    A. Haase, H. F. Arlinghaus, J. Tentschert, H. Jungnickel, P. Graf, A. Mantion, F. Draude, S. Galla, J. Plendl, M. E. Goetz, A. Masic, W. Meier, A. F. Thuenemann, A. Taubert, A. Luch, ACS Nano 5(4), 3059 (2011)
  9. Selective and Responsive Nanoreactors
    K. Renggli, P. Baumann, K. Langowska, O. Onaca, N. Bruns, W. Meier, Advanced Functional Materials 21(7), 1241 (2011)
  10. Amphiphilic PEG-b-PMCL-b-PDMAEMA Triblock Copolymers: From Synthesis to Physico-Chemistry of Self-Assembled Structures
    Y. Matter, R. Enea, O. Casse, C. C. Lee, J. Baryza, W. Meier, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 212(9), 937 (2011)
  11. Can polymeric vesicles that confine enzymatic reactions act as simplified organelles?
    P. Tanner, S. Egli, V. Balasubramanian, O. Onaca, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier, FEBS Letters 585(11), 1699 (2011)
  12. Phase Behavior of Vesicle-Forming Block Copolymers in Aqueous Solutions
    J. Braun, N. Bruns, T. Pfohl, W. Meier, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 212(12), 1245 (2011)
  13. Interactions of biodegradable poly([R]-3-hydroxy-10-undecenoate) with DOPC lipid: a monolayer study
    A. Jagoda, P. Ketikidis, M. Zinn, W. Meier, K. Kita-Tokarczyk, Langmuir 27(17), 10878 (2011)
  14. Hierarchical Organization of Purely Peptidic Amphiphiles into Peptide Beads
    D. de Bruyn Ouboter, Th. B. Schuster, A. Mantion, W.Meier, Journal of Physical Chemistry C115(30) 14583, 2011
  15. Exploiting dimerization of amphiphilic peptides to form vesicles
    Th. B. Schuster, D. de Bruyn Ouboter, N. Bruns, W. Meier, Small 7(15), 2158 (2011)
  16. Preparation and characterization of pore-suspending biomimetic membranes embedded with Aquaporin Z on carboxylated polyethylene glycol polymer cushion
    H. Wang, T.-S. Chung, Y. W. Tong, W. Meier, Z. Chen, M. Hong, K. Jeyaseelan, A. Armugam, Soft Matter 7(16), 7274 (2011)
  17. Aquaporin based triblock copolymer membranes for water purification
    M. Kumar, W. Meier, J. Zilles, Polymer Preprints 52(2), 1060 (2011)
  18. Photoresponsive polymersomes as smart, triggerable nanocarriers
    E. Cabane, V. Malinova, S. Menon, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier, Soft Matter 7(19), 9167 (2011)
  19. Synthesis of poly(styrene-co-diene)-block-polyglycidol. Self-association and stabilization of aggregates
    E. Haladjova, N. Dishovsky, W. Meier, Ch. B. Tsvetanov, Ch. P. Novakov, Soft Matter 7(19), 9459 (2011)
  20. Synthetic polyion-counterion transport systems in polymersomes and gels
    J. Montenegro, J. Braun, O. Fischer-Onaca, W. Meier, S. Matile, Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 9(19), 6623 (2011)
  21. Polymeric Vesicles: From Drug Carriers to Nanoreactors and Artificial Organelles
    P. Tanner, P. Baumann, R. Enea, O. Onaca, C. Palivan, W. Meier, Accounts of chemical research 44(10), 1039, (2011)
  22. Biomimetic synthesis of chiral erbium-doped silver/peptide/silica core-shell nanoparticles (ESPN)
    A. Mantion, P. Graf, I. Florea, A. Haase, A.F. Thünemann, A. Masic, O. Ersen, P. Radu, W. Meier, A. Luch, A. Taubert, Nanoscale 3(12), 5168, (2011)

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  1. Biomimetic supported membranes from amphiphilic block copolymers
    S. Belegrinou, J. Dorn, M. Kreiter, K. Kita-Tokarczyk, E.-K. Sinner, W. Meier, Soft Matter 6, 179 (2010)
  2. Amphiphilic copolymer membranes promote NADH: Ubiquinone oxidoreductase activity: Towards an electron-transfer nanodevice
    A. Graff, C. Fraysse-Ailhas, C.G. Palivan, M. Grzelakowski, Th. Friedrich, C. Vebert, G. Gscheidt, W. Meier, Macromol. Chem. Phys. 211, 229 (2010)
  3. Biomimetic block copolymer membranes
    V. Malinova, S. Belegrinou, D. de Bruyn Ouboter, W. Meier, Advances in Polymer Science 224 (Polymer Membranes/Biomembranes), 113-165 (2010)
  4. Stabilized amphiphilic poly(styrene-co-diene)-b-poly(ethylene oxide) aggregates
    C.P. Novakov, E. Haladjova, N. Dishovsky, A. Hirao, W. Meier, C.B. Tsvetanov, Colloid and Polymer Science 288, 795 (2010)
  5. Investigating gas transport in membrane proteins using block co-polymer membrane vesicles
    M. Kumar, F. Itel, W.P. Meier, J.L. Zilles, Abstracts of Papers, 239th ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, United States, March 21-25, 2010 (2010), ENVR-108
  6. Polymer materials for biomedical applications
    V. Malinova, W. Meier, RSC Nanoscience & Nanotechnology (9, Polymer -Based Nanostructures), 3-15 (2010)
  7. Polymer Membranes/Biomembranes
    W.P. Meier, W. Knoll, Editors [In: Adv. Polym. Sci., 2010; 224]. (2010)
  8. Strategies for triggered release from polymer-based nanostructures
    V. Malinova, L. Kind, M. Grzelakowski, W. Meier, RSC Nanoscience & Nanotechnology (9, Polymer -Based Nanostructures), 114-169 (2010)
  9. SOD antioxidant nanoreactors: Influence of block copolymer composition on the nanoreactor efficiency
    O. Onaca, D.W. Hughes, V. Balasubramanian, M. Grzelakowski, W. Meier, C.G. Palivan, Macromolecular Bioscience 10(5), 531 (2010)
  10. Protein decorated membranes by specific molecular interactions
    R. Nehring, C. G. Palivan, S. Moreno-Flores, A. Mantion, P. Tanner, J. L. Toca-Herrera, A. Thünemann, W. Meier, Soft Matter 6, 2815 (2010)
  11. Efficient two-step synthesis of 11,11'-dithiobis[1-(2-bromo-2-
    methylpropionyloxy)undecane], a conventional initiator for grafting
    polymer brushes from gold surfaces via ATRP

    S. Belegrinou, V. Malinova, R. Masciadri, W. Meier, Synthetic Communications 40, 3000 (2010)
  12. Synthesis of photocleavable amphiphilic block copolymers: toward the design of photosensitive nanocarriers
    E. Cabane, V. Malinova, W. Meier, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 211(17), 1847 (2010)
  13. Reversible peptide particle formation using a mini amino acid sequence
    Th. B. Schuster, D. de Bruyn Ouboter, E. Bordignon, G. Jeschke, W. Meier, Soft Matter 6(21), 5596 (2010)
  14. Solid Peptide Nanoparticles: Structural Characterization and Quantification of Cargo Encapsulation
    Ch. Dittrich, W. Meier, Macromolecular Bioscience 10(12), 1406 (2010)
  15. Benzodifuran-Based π-Conjugated Copolymers for Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells
    H. Li, P. Jiang, C. Yi, C. Li, S.-X. Liu, S. Tan, B. Zhao, J. Braun, W. Meier, T. Wandlowski, S. Decurtins, Macromolecules 43(19), 8058 (2010)
  16. Poly(ethylene oxide)–poly(ethylene imine) block copolymers as templates and catalysts for the in situ formation of monodisperse silica nanospheres
    L. Kind, A. Shkilnyy, H. Schlaad, W. Meier, A. Taubert, Colloid and polymer science 22(16-17), 1645 (2010)
  17. Towards Targeted Drug Delivery by Covalent Ligand-Modified Polymeric Nanocontainers
    S. Egli, B. Fischer, S. Hartmann, P. Hunziker, W. Meier, P. Rigler, Macromolecular symposia 296(1), 278 (2010)
  18. Synthetic Biomembranes
    W. Meier, N. Bruns, Chimia 64(9), 660 (2010)
  19. Supramolecular and Nanochemistry
    E. C. Constable. C. E. Housecroft, M. Mayor, W. P. Meier, C. G. Palivan, H. A. Wegner and H. Wennemers CHIMIA 64 12 877-84 (2010)
  20. Polymer Membranes
    W. Meier, C. Palivan, Chimia 64(12), 880 (2010)

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  1. A microcontact printing approach to the immobilization of oligonucleotide brushes
    J. Razumovitch, W. Meier, C. Vebert, Biophys. Chem. 139(1), 70 (2009)
  2. Solid-supported amphiphilic triblock copolymer membranes grafted from gold surface
    E. Rakhmatullina, A. Mantion, T. Bürgi, V. Malinova, W. Meier, J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 47(1), 1 (2009)
  3. Amphiphilic diblock copolymers for molecular recognition: metal-nitrilotriacetic acid functionalized vesicles
    R. Nehring, C.G. Palivan, O. Casse, P. Tanner, J. Tüxen, W. Meier, Langmuir 25(2), 1122 (2009)
  4. Stimuli-responsive polymersomes as nanocarriers for drug and gene delivery
    O. Onaca, R. Enea, D.W. Hughes, W. Meier, Macromol. Biosci. 9(2), 129 (2009)
  5. Observing proteins as single molecules encapsulated in surface-tethered polymeric nanocontainers
    T. Rosenkranz, A. Katranidis, D. Atta, I. Gregor, J. Enderlein, M. Grzelakowski, P. Rigler, W. Meier, J. Fitter, ChemBioChem 10(4), 702 (2009)
  6. Silsesquioxane/polyamine nanoparticle-templated formation of star- or raspberry-like silica nanoparticles
    L. Kind, F.A. Plamper, R. Gobel, A. Mantion, A.H.E. Muller, U. Pieles, A. Taubert, W. Meier, Langmuir 25(12), 7109 (2009)
  7. Calcein release from polymeric vesicles in blood plasma and PVA hydrogel
    S. Litvinchuk, Z. Lu, P. Rigler, T.D. Hirt, W. Meier, Pharmaceutical Research 26(7), 1711 (2009)
  8. Optimal hybridization efficiency upon immobilization of oligonucleotide double helices
    J. Razumovitch, K. de Franca, F. Kehl, M. Wiki, W. Meier, C. Vebert, Journal of Physical Chemistry B 113(24), 8383 (2009)
  9. Monolayer interactions between lipids and amphiphilic block copolymers
    K. Kita-Tokarczyk, F. Itel, M. Grzelakowski, S. Egli, P. Rossbach, W. Meier, Langmuir 25(17), 9847 (2009)
  10. Immobilized protein-polymer nanoreactors
    M. Grzelakowski, O. Onaca, P. Rigler, M. Kumar, W. Meier, Small 5(22), 2545 (2009)
  11. How to reduce superoxide anion concentration using antioxidant nanoreactors
    V. Balasubramanian, O. Onaca, F. Axthelm, D. Hughes, M. Grzelakowski, W. Meier, C.G. Palivan, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials 1(6), 1083-1087 (2009)
  12. Triggering mesophase order in melts of metastable, ultrathin diblock copolymer films through microstretching: Effect of melt film thickness
    S. Moreno-Flores, R. Nehring, R. Raiteri, W. Meier, Macromolecules 42, 9332 (2009)
  13. Polymer vesicles loaded with precipitated gadolonium nanoparticles: A novel target-specific contrast agent for magnetic resonance imaging
    P. Broz, N. Ben-Haim, S. Marsch, K. Scheffler, W. Meier, P. Hunziker, Eur. J. Nanomedicine 2(2), 43-48 (2009)

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  1. Inhibition of macrophage phagocytotic activity by a receptor-targeted polymer vesicle-based drug delivery formulation of pravastatin
    P. Broz, N. Ben-Haim, M. Grzelakowski, S. Marsch, W. Meier, P. Hunziker, J. Cardiovasc. Pharmacol. 51(3), 246 (2008)
  2. Cell-specific integration of artificial organelles based on functionalized polymer vesicles
    N. Ben-Haim, P. Broz, S. Marsch, W. Meier, P. Hunziker, Nano Lett. 8(5), 1368 (2008)
  3. Solid-supported block copolymer membranes through interfacial adsorption of charged block copolymer vesicles
    E. Rakhmatullina, W. Meier, Langmuir 24(12), 6254 (2008)
  4. Dendronised block copolymers as potential vectors for gene transfection
    T.J. Wigglesworth, F. Teixeira  Jr., F. Axthelm, S. Eisler, N.S. Csaba, H.P. Merkle, W. Meier, F. Diederich, Org. Biomol. Chem. 6, 1905 (2008)
  5. Calcium phosphate mineralization beneath monolayers of poly(n-butylacrylate)–block–poly(acrylic acid) block copolymers
    O. Casse, O. Colombani, K. Kita-Tokarczyk, A.H.E. Müller, W. Meier, A. Taubert, Faraday Discuss. 139, 179 (2008)
  6. Antioxidant nanoreactor based on superoxide dismutase encapsulated in superoxide-permeable vesicles
    F. Axthelm, O. Casse, O., W.H. Koppenol, T. Nauser, W. Meier, C.G. Palivan, J. Phys. Chem. B 112(28), 8211 (2008)
  7. Oligonucleotide nanostructured surfaces: effect on Escherichia coli curli expression
    N. Cottenye, F. Teixeira Jr., A. Ponche, G. Reiter, K. Anselme, W. Meier, L. Ploux, C. Vebert-Nardin; Macromol. Biosci. 8(12), 1161 (2008)
  8. Biomimetic block copolymer membranes
    K. Kita-Tokarczyk, W. Meier, Chimia 62(10), 820 (2008)
  9. Synthesis of compounds presenting three and four anthracene units as potential connectors to mediate infinite lateral growth at the air/water interface
    C. Münzenberg, A. Rossi, K. Feldman, R. Fiolka, A. Stemmer, K. Kita-Tokarczyk, W. Meier, J. Sakamoto, O. Lukin, A.D. Schlüter; Chem.-Eur. J. 14(34), 10797 (2008)

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  1. Functionalization of gold and silicon surfaces by copolymer brushes using surface-initiated ATRP
    E. Rakhmatullina, T. Braun, T. Kaufmann, H. Spillmann, V. Malinova, W. Meier, Macromol. Chem. Phys. 208(12), 1283 (2007)
  2. Polymer vesicles as nanocompartments for cascade reactions
    W. Meier, PMSE Preprints 97, 306 (2007)
  3. Polymer vesicles as nanocompartments for cascade reactions
    W. Meier, Abstracts of Papers, 234th ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA, USA (2007)
  4. Self-organization behavior of methacrylate-based amphiphilic di- and triblock copolymers
    E. Rakhmatullina, T. Braun, M. Chami, V. Malinova, W. Meier, Langmuir 23(24), 12371 (2007)
  5. Highly permeable polymeric membranes based on the incorporation of the functional water channel protein Aquaporin Z
    M. Kumar, M. Grzelakowski, J. Zilles, M. Clark, W. Meier, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 104(52), 20719 (2007)
  6. Responsive self-assembled nanostructures
    C. Palivan, C. Vebert, F. Axthelm, W. Meier, Nanotechnology in Biology and Medicine 32/1 (2007)


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  1. Self-assembly of amphiphilic calix[4]arenes in aqueous solution
    M. Strobel, K. Kita-Tokarczyk, A. Taubert, C. Vebert, P.A. Heiney, M. Chami
    , W. Meier, Adv. Funct. Mater. 16, 252 (2006)
  2. Phase behavior of mixed Langmuir monolayers from amphiphilic block copolymers and an antimicrobial peptide
    T. Haefele, K. Kita-Tokarczyk
    , W. Meier, Langmuir 22(3), 1164 (2006)
  3. Encapsulation of fluorescent molecules by functionalized polymeric nanocontainers: investigation by confocal fluorescence imaging and fluorescence correlation spectroscopy
    P. Rigler
    , W. Meier, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 128(1), 367 (2006)
  4. A nanocompartment system (synthosome) designed for biotechnological applications
    M. Nallani, S. Benito, O. Onaca, A. Graff, M. Lindemann, M. Winterhalter, W. Meier, U. Schwaneberg, J. Biotechnol. 123(1), 50 (2006)
  5. Prism-based multicolor fluorescence correlation spectrometer
    L.C. Hwang, M. Leutenegger, M. Gösch, T. Lasser, P. Rigler, W. Meier, T. Wohland, Opt. Lett. 31(9), 1310 (2006)
  6. Biomimetic membranes designed from amphiphilic block copolymers
    A. Mecke, C. Dittrich, W. Meier, Soft Matter 2, 751 (2006)
  7. Block copolymer vesicles
    A. Napoli, D. Seboek, A. Senti, W. Meier, in: Block Copolymers in Nanoscience, Eds. M. Lazzari, G.J. Liu, S. Lecommandoux, Wiley-VCH 39 (2006)
  8. Development of a Novel Triblock Copolymer Therapeutic Nanoreactor
    Ranquin, C. de Vocht, W. Meier, J. Steyaert and P. van Gelder: NSTI-Nanotech 2 (2006)
  9. Toward intelligent nanosize bioreactors: a pH-switchable, channel-equipped, functional polymer nanocontainer
    P. Broz, S. Driamov, J. Ziegler, N. Ben-Haim, S. Marsch, W. Meier, P. Hunziker, Nano Lett. 6(10), 2349 (2006)

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  1. Block copolymer vesicles – using concepts from polymer chemistry to mimic biomembranes
    K. Kita-Tokarczyk, J. Grumelard, T. Haefele, W. Meier, Polymer 46(11) (2005), 3540
  2. Cell targeting by a generic receptor-targeted polymer nanocontainer platform
    P. Broz, S.M. Benito, C.L. Saw, P. Burger, H. Heider, M. Pfisterer, S. Marsch, W. Meier
    , P. Hunziker, J. Control. Release 102, 475 (2005)
  3. Synthesis and characterization of new polymer nanocontainers
    S. Poux
    , W. Meier, Macromolecular Symposia 222, 157 (2005)
  4. Hybrid nanocapsules: interactions of ABA block copolymers with liposomes
    T. Ruysschaert, A. Sonnen, T. Haefele, W. Meier, M. Winterhalter
    , D. Fournier, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127(17), 6242 (2005)
  5. Intelligent Polymers and Self-Organizing Liposome Gel Delivery Systems
    W. Meier
    , J. Schreiber, Delivery System Handbook for Personal Care and Cosmetic Products: Technology, Applications and Formulations (Ed. M.R. Rosen), William Andrew Publishing, Norwich NY, ISBN: 0-8155-1504-9
  6. Therapeutic nanoreactors: combining chemistry and biology in a novel triblock copolymer drug delivery system A. Ranquin, W. Versees, M. Meier, J. Steyaert, P. Van Gelder, Nano Lett. 5(11), 2220 (2005)

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  1. Nanocontainers
    S.M. Benito, M. Sauer
    , W. Meier, Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (Ed. H.S. Nalwa) 6, 301 (2004)
  2. Colloidal nanoreactors and nanocontainers
    M. Sauer
    , W. Meier, Colloids and Colloid Assemblies (Ed. F. Caruso), 150 (2004)
  3. Polymer nanocontainers for drug delivery
    M. Sauer
    , W. Meier, ACS Symposium Series 879 (Carrier-Based Drug Delivery), 224 (2004)
  4. Plastic films with biological function
    D. Streich, T. Haefele
    , W. Meier, Nachrichten aus der Chemie 52(2), 126 (2004)
  5. Soft nanotubes from amphiphilic ABA triblock macromonomers
    J. Grumelard, A. Taubert
    , W. Meier, Chem. Commun. 1462 (2004)
  6. Water-in-water mesophases for templating inorganics
    A. Taubert, E. Furrer
    , W. Meier, Chem. Commun. 2170 (2004)
  7. Asymmetric membranes from amphiphilic ABC triblock copolymers
    R. Stoenescu
    , W. Meier, Mol. Cryst. Liquid Cryst. 417(1), 185 (2004)
  8. Liposome-based nanocapsules
    T. Ruysschaert, M. Germain, J.P. Pereira da Silva Gomes, D. Fournier, G.B. Sukhorukov, W. Meier
    , M. Winterhalter, IEEE Trans. Nanobiosci. 3(1), 49 (2004)
  9. Asymmetric ABC-triblock copolymer membranes induce a directed insertion of membrane proteins
    R. Stoenescu, A. Graff
    , W. Meier, Macromol. Biosci. 4, 930 (2004)
  10. Polymer nanocontainers
    A. Graff, S.M. Benito, C. Vebert
    , W. Meier, Nanobiotechnology 168, (2004)
  11. Plastic foil with biological functions
    D. Streich, T. Haefele and W. Meier: Nachrichten aus der Chemie 52 2 126-130 (2004)
  12. Self-assembly of reactive amphiphilic block copolymers as mimetics for biological membranes
    A. Taubert, A. Napoli
    , W. Meier, Curr. Opin. Chem. Biol. 8, 598 (2004)

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  1. Polymer nanocontainers
    W. Meier, Chimia 56(10), 490 (2003)
  2. Colloidal Nanoreactors and Nanocontainers
    M. Sauer and W. Meier: Colloids and Colloid Assemblies: Synthesis, Modification, Organization and Utilization of Colloid Particles (2003)
  3. Editorial
    H.-J. Guentherodt
    , W. Meier, Chimia 56(10), 484 (2003)
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  1. Hybrid materials from amphiphilic block copolymers and membrane proteins
    C. Nardin
    , W. Meier, Reviews in Molecular Biotechnology 90, 17 (2002)
  2. Spontaneous formation of liposomes from lamellar liquid crystals
    K.H. Diec, W. Meier
    , J. Schreiber, Cosmetics and Toiletries Magazine 117(3), 37 (2002)
  3. New liposome gels by self organization of vesicles and intelligent polymers
    K.H. Diec, T. Sokolowski, K.P. Wittern, J. Schreiber
    , W. Meier, Cosmetics and Toiletries Magazine 117(8), 55 (2002)
  4. Virus-assisted loading of polymeric nanocontainers
    A.Graff, M. Sauer, P. van Gelder
    , W. Meier; Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 99, 5064 (2002)
  5. Polymer nanocontainers
    W. Meier, Chimia 56(1-2), 20 (2002)
  6. Vesicles with asymmetric membranes from amphiphilic ABC triblock copolymers
    R. Stoenescu
    , W. Meier, Chem. Commun. 24, 3016 (2002)

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  1. Vesicular polymerization
    W. Meier
    , J. Hotz, Surfactant Sci. Ser. 100 (Reactions and Synthesis in Surfactant Systems, Ed. J. Texter), 501 (2001)
  2. Responsive nanocapsules
    M. Sauer
    , W. Meier, Chem. Commun. 55 (2001)
  3. Nonmonotonic pattern of the critical percolation temperature due to variations of additive chain length in water-in-oil microemulsions
    H.-F. Eicke
    , W. Meier, Colloid Polym. Sci. 279, 301 (2001)
  4. Nanoreactors from polymer-stabilized liposomes
    A. Graff, M. Winterhalter
    , W. Meier, Langmuir 17, 919 (2001)
  5. Amphiphilic block copolymer nanocontainers as bioreactors
    C. Nardin, J. Widmer, M. Winterhalter
    , W. Meier, Eur. Phys. J. E 4, 403 (2001)
  6. Polymerizable amphiphilic block copolymers: from nanostructured hydrogels to nanoreactors and ultrathin films
    C. Nardin
    , W. Meier, Chimia 55, 142 (2001)
  7. Substrate-permeable encapsulation of enzymes maintains effective activity, stabilizes against denaturation, and protects against protolytic degradation
    M. Nasseau, Y. Boublik, W. Meier, M. Winterhalter
    , D. Fournier, Biotechnol. Bioeng., 75, 615 (2001)
  8. Polymer nanocontainers with controlled permeability
    M. Saue
    r, W. Meier, Aust. J. Chem. 54, 149 (2001)
  9. pH-Sensitive nanocontainers
    M. Sauer, D. Streich
    , W. Meier, Adv. Mater. 13, 1649 (2001)
  10. Controlling membrane permeability with bacterial porins: application to encapsulated enzymes
    M. Winterhalter, C. Hilty, S.M. Bezrukov, C. Nardin, W. Meier
    , D. Fournier, Talanta 55, 965 (2001)
  11.  Ion-carrier controlled precipitation of calcium phosphate in giant ABA triblock copolymer vesicles
    M. Sauer, T. Haefele, A. Graff, C. Nardin
    , W. Meier, Chem. Commun. 2452 (2001)

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  1. Polymerized ABA-triblock copolymer vesicles
    C. Nardin, T. Hirt, J. Leukel
    , W. Meier, Langmuir 16, 1035 (2000)
  2. Reversible cell aggregation induced by specific ligand-receptor coupling
    W. Meier, Langmuir 16, 1457 (2000)
  3. Improved solubilization by embedding a sparingly water-soluble model drug in physiological bile components
    A. Ebner, B. Galli, B. Häberlin, W. Meier
    , S. Reidemeister, Proc. APV/APGI, 943 (2000)
  4. Nanoreactors based on polymerized ABA-triblock copolymer vesicles
    C. Nardin, S. Thoeni, J. Widmer, M. Winterhalter
    , W. Meier, Chem. Commun. 1433 (2000)
  5. Polymer nanocapsules
    W. Meier, Chem. Soc. Rev. 29, 295 (2000)

  6. Giant free-standing ABA triblock copolymer membranes
    C. Nardin, M. Winterhalter
    , W. Meier, Langmuir 16, 7708 (2000)
  7. Stabilization of planar lipid membranes: a stratified layer approach
    W. Meier, A. Graff, A. Diederic
    h, M. Winterhalter, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2, 4559 (2000)
  8. Reconstitution of channel proteins in (polymerized) ABA triblock copolymer membranes
    W. Meier, C. Nardin
    , M. Winterhalter, Angew. Chem.-Int. Edit. 39, 4599 (2000)

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  1. Nanostructure synthesis using surfactants and copolymers
    W. Meier,
    Curr. Opin. Colloid Interface Sci.
    4, 6 (1999)
  2. Viscosity and inertia limited rupture of dextrane-supported black lipid membranes
    A. Diederich, M. Strobel, W. Meier
    , M. Winterhalter, J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 1402 (1999)
  3. Template polymerization: structure control at the nanometer level
    W. Meier, Chimia 53, 214 (1999)
  4. Charge transport as suitable tool to study near-percolation phenomena
    H.-F. Eicke, W. Meier
    , H. Hammerich, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 156, 249 (1999)
  5. Reversible metal-directed assembly of clusters of vesicles
    E.C. Constable, W. Meier, C. Nardin
    , S. Mundwiler, Chem. Commun. 1483 (1999)

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  1. Vesicle templated polymer hollow spheres
    J. Hotz
    , W. Meier, Langmuir 14, 1031 (1998)
  2. Polymer networks with lamellar structure
    W. Meier, Macromolecules 31, 2212 (1998)

  3. Polymer particles by templating of vesicles
    J. Hotz
    , W. Meier, Adv. Mater. 10(16), 1387 (1998)
  4. Nanostrukturierte Polymere: Neue Materialien mit aussergewöhnlichen Eigenschaften
    W. Meier, Jahresbericht der Universität Basel 1997, 53 (1998)

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  1. Kerr effect measurements on a poly(oxyethylene) containing water-in-oil microemulsion
    W. Meier, J. Phys. Chem. B 101, 919 (1997)
  2. Structure of W/O-microemulsion templated polymer networks
    W. Meier, Colloid Polym. Sci. 275, 530 (1997)

  3. Electric conductivity near the percolation transition of a nonionic water-in-oil microemulsion
    S. Weigert, H.-F. Eicke, W. Meier, Physica A 242, 95 (1997)
  4.  New nonionic headtype polysoaps: a way to reversed liquid crystalline phases
    C. Schwarzwälder, W. Meier, Macromolecules 30, 4601 (1997)
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  1. Polyoxyethylene adsorption in W/O-microemulsions: a conductivity study
    W. Meier, Langmuir, 12, 1188 (1996)

  2. Interfacial charge transport in W/O-microemulsions stabilized by ionic/nonionic surfactant mixtures
    H.-F. Eicke, W. Meier, Biophys. Chem. 58, 29 (1996)

  3. Elastically induced shift of system-spanning cluster formation in W/O-microemulsion networks
    W. Meier, H.-F. Eicke, M. Odenwald,
    Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp.
    110, 287 (1996)
  4. Microemulsion elastomers
    W. Meier, A. Falk, M. Odenwald, F. Stieber, Colloid Polym. Sci. 274(3), 218 (1996)
  5. Electric, dielectric and Kerr effect investigations in water-in-oil microemulsions
    W. Meier, H.-F. Eicke, Curr. Opin. Colloid Interface Sci. 1(2), 279 (1996)

  6. Surface pressure determines the interaction between polyoxyethylene and a surfactant bilayer
    W. Meier, J.J. Ramsden, J. Phys. Chem. 100(5), 1436 (1996)
  7. W/O-microemulsions from binary ionic/nonionic surfactants
    H.-F. Eicke, W. Meier, H. Hammerich,
    Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 118, 141 (1996)
  8. Vesicle- and cell networks: interconnecting cells by synthetic polymers
    W. Meier, J. Hotz, S. Günther-Ausborn, Langmuir 12, 5028 (1996)
  9. Structured polymer networks from O/W-microemulsions and liquid crystalline phases
    W. Meier, Langmuir 12, 6341 (1996)
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  1. Piezoelectricity of cholesteric elastomers
    W. Meier, H. Finkelmann, Die Ma
    kromolekulare Chemie, Rapid Communications 11, 599 (1990)
  2. Liquid crystalline elastomers with piezoelectric properties
    W. Meier, H. Finkelmann, MRS
    Bull. 16(1), 29 (1991)
  3. Non-linear optical and piezoelectric behaviour of LC-elastomers
    H. Hirschmann, W. Meier, H. Finkelmann, Proceedings of SPIE 1559, 27 (1991)
  4. Liquid crystal polymers
    H. Finkelmann, W. Meier, H. Scheuermann in `Liquid Crystals: Applications and Uses', Vol. 3, Ed. B. Bahadur, World Scientific (1992)
  5. Inverse piezoelectricity of cholesteric elastomers
    H. Hirschmann, W. Meier, H. Finkelmann, Die Ma
    kromolekulare Chemie, Rapid Communications 13, 385 (1992)
  6. Liquid crystalline elastomers
    W. Meier, H. Finkelmann, Condensed Matter News 1(7), 15 (1992)
  7. Piezoelectricity of cholesteric elastomers: influence of the helicoidal pitch on the piezoelectric coefficient
    W. Meier, H. Finkelmann, Macromolecules 26(8), 1811 (1993)
  8. On electric conductivity of infinite clusters in W/O microemulsions
    H.-F. Eicke, W. Meier, H. Hammerich, Langmuir 10(7), 2223 (1994)
  9. Ladungstransport in Perkolierenden W/O-Mikroemulsionen
    W. Meier, H.-F. Eicke, Bulletin SPG 11(1), (1994)
  10. On nanodroplets and bicontinuous states in percolated W/O microemulsions
    W. Meier, Colloid Surf. A-Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 94, 111 (1995)
  11. Transient networks by ABA - triblock copolymers and microemulsions
    M. Odenwald, H.-F. Eicke,
    W. Meier, Macromolecules 28, 5069 (1995)

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