András Szilágyi
András Szilágyi
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Magnetic field-responsive smart polymer composites
G Filipcsei, I Csetneki, A Szilágyi, M Zrínyi
Advances in Polymer Science 206 (1), 137-189, 2007
Reversible disulphide formation in polymer networks: A versatile functional group from synthesis to applications
B Gyarmati, Á Némethy, A Szilágyi
European Polymer Journal 49 (6), 1268-1286, 2013
On-demand microfluidic control by micropatterned light irradiation of a photoresponsive hydrogel sheet
S Sugiura, A Szilágyi, K Sumaru, K Hattori, T Takagi, G Filipcsei, M Zrínyi, ...
Lab on a Chip 9 (2), 196-198, 2009
Preparation of magnetic polystyrene latex via the miniemulsion polymerization technique
I Csetneki, M Kabai Faix, A Szilágyi, AL Kovács, Z Németh, M Zrínyi
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 42 (19), 4802-4808, 2004
Rewritable microrelief formation on photoresponsive hydrogel layers
A Szilágyi, K Sumaru, S Sugiura, T Takagi, T Shinbo, M Zrínyi, T Kanamori
Chemistry of Materials 19 (11), 2730-2732, 2007
Reversible interactions in self-healing and shape memory hydrogels
B Gyarmati, BÁ Szilágyi, A Szilágyi
European Polymer Journal 93, 642-669, 2017
Smart gel–glass based on the responsive properties of polymer gels
M Zrínyi, A Szilágyi, G Filipcsei, J Fehér, J Szalma, G Móczár
Polymers for advanced technologies 12 (9), 501-505, 2001
Thiolated poly(aspartic acid) as potential in situ gelling, ocular mucoadhesive drug delivery system
G Horvát, B Gyarmati, S Berkó, P Szabó-Révész, BÁ Szilágyi, A Szilágyi, ...
European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 67, 1-11, 2015
Redox‐and pH‐responsive cysteamine‐modified poly(aspartic acid) showing a reversible sol–gel transition
B Gyarmati, B Vajna, Á Némethy, K László, A Szilágyi
Macromolecular Bioscience 13 (5), 633-640, 2013
pH- and temperature-responsive poly(aspartic acid)-l-poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) conetwork hydrogel
Á Némethy, K Solti, L Kiss, B Gyarmati, MA Deli, E Csányi, A Szilágyi
European Polymer Journal 49 (9), 2392-2403, 2013
Electric and magnetic field‐structured smart composites
Z Varga, G Filipcsei, A Szilágyi, M Zrínyi
Macromolecular Symposia 227 (1), 123-134, 2005
Supermacroporous chemically cross-linked poly(aspartic acid) hydrogels
B Gyarmati, EZ Mészár, L Kiss, MA Deli, K László, A Szilágyi
Acta Biomaterialia 22, 32-38, 2015
Phenylalanine ammonia-lyase-catalyzed deamination of an acyclic amino acid: enzyme mechanistic studies aided by a novel microreactor filled with magnetic nanoparticles
D Weiser, LC Bencze, G Bánóczi, F Ender, R Kiss, E Kókai, A Szilágyi, ...
ChemBioChem 16 (16), 2283–2288, 2015
Immobilization engineering – How to design advanced sol–gel systems for biocatalysis?
D Weiser, F Nagy, G Bánóczi, M Oláh, A Farkas, A Szilágyi, K László, ...
Green Chemistry 19, 3927-3937, 2017
Bioimprinted lipases in PVA nanofibers as efficient immobilized biocatalysts
LP Diána Weiser, Péter L. Sóti, Gergely Bánóczi, Viktória Bódai, Bálint Kiss ...
Tetrahedron 72 (46), 7335–7342, 2016
Electrically adjustable thermotropic windows based on polymer gels
T Gyenes, A Szilágyi, T Lohonyai, M Zrínyi
Polymers for Advanced Technologies 14 (11‐12), 757-762, 2003
The effect of the antioxidant on the properties of thiolated poly(aspartic acid) polymers in aqueous ocular formulations
M Budai-Szűcs, G Horvát, B Gyarmati, BÁ Szilágyi, A Szilágyi, S Berkó, ...
European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics 113, 178–187, 2017
Temperature induced phase transition of interpenetrating polymer networks composed of poly(vinyl alcohol) and copolymers of N-isopropylacrylamide with acrylamide or 2 …
A Szilágyi, M Zrínyi
Polymer 46 (23), 10011-10016, 2005
Redox‐and pH‐responsive nanogels based on thiolated poly(aspartic acid)
E Krisch, L Messager, B Gyarmati, V Ravaine, A Szilágyi
Macromolecular Materials and Engineering 301 (3), 260-266, 2016
Reversible response of poly(aspartic acid) hydrogels to external redox and pH stimuli
B Gyarmati, Á Némethy, A Szilágyi
RSC Advances 4 (17), 8764-8771, 2014
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