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Francoise Winnik

Professeur-e- d’université | UdeM - Université de Montréal
Universite de Montreal Montreal H3C3J7

Françoise M. Winnik a obtenu un diplôme d’ingėnieur chimiste de l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Mulhouse, France, et un doctorat de l'Université de Toronto, Toronto, ON. Elle a travaillé comme chercheur au Centre de recherche canadien de Xerox, avant de rejoindre l'Université McMaster (Hamilton ON) en 1993 en tant que professeur associée. Depuis 2000, elle est professeur à l'Université de Montréal. Elle est chercheur principale au Centre MANA (Materials Nanoarchitectonics) de l’Institut national pour la science des matériaux (NIMS) de Tsukuba, Japon, et professeur avec Distinction de l'Université de Helsinki, Finlande. Elle est rédactrice en chef de la revue hebdomadaire Langmuir publiėe  par American Chemical Society Publications. Ses intérêts de recherche portent sur l'auto-assemblage des polymères amphiphiles, les nanoparticules, et les biointerfaces.

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Mes intérêts de recherche

etude des polymères en solution proprietes et analyse des interfaces nanoparticules: formation, proprietes, et toxicite applications medicales des polymeres et des nanoparticules

Scolarité

  • 1973 Diplôme d’Ingénieur Chimiste, École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie, Mulhouse, France
  • 1974 M.Sc., Université de Toronto, ONT, Canada (P. Yates)
  • 1979 PhD, Université of Toronto, ONT, Canada (P. Yates)
  • 1979 - 81 Chercheur postdoctorale, Département de Génétique Médicale (Prof. J. Carver) Université of Toronto, Toronto, ONT

Mes publications

196.     G.M. Soliman, R. Sharma, A.O. Chii, S. K. Varshney, F. M. Winnik, A. K. Kakkar, D. Maysinger,Tailoring the efficacy of nimodipine delivery using nanocarriers based on A2B

245. D. Magerl, M. Philipp, X.P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik, P. Muller-Buschbaum, Swelling and Thermoresponsive Behavior of Linear versus Cyclic Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) Thin Films Macromolecules (2015)doi: 10.1021/acs.macromol.5b00436

 

244.  J. An, X.Y. Liu, P. Linse, A. Dedinaite, F. M. Winnik, P.M. Claesson, Tethered Poly(2-isopropyl-2-oxazoline) Chains: Temperature Effects on Layer Structure and Interactions Probed by AFM Experiments and Modeling, Langmuir (2015), 31, 3039-3048 DOI10.1021/la504653

243.  B. Qi, P. Kujawa, S. Toita, G. Beaune and F. M. Winnik, Phosphorylcholine-M modified chitosan films as effective promoters of cell aggregation: correlation between the films properties and cellular response Macromol. Biosci., 2015, (doi: 10.1002/mabi.201400439).

242.  A. Moquin, K. Neibert, D. Maysinger, F. M.Winnik, Quantum dot agglomerates in biological media and their characterization by asymmetrical flow field-flow fractionation Eur. J. Pharm. Biopharm.2015, 89, 290-299. (doi:10.1016/j.ejpb.2014.12.019)

241.  R. Takahashi, X.-P. Qiu, N. Xue, T. Sato, K. Terao, F. M. Winnik, Self-Association of the Thermosensitive Block Copolymer Poly(2-isopropyl-2-oxazoline)-b-poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) in Water-Methanol Mixtures Macromolecules, 2014 ,47, 6900-6910.

240.  D. Ma, N. Martin C. Tribet, F. M. Winnik, Quantitative characterization by asymmetrical flow field-flow fractionation of IgG thermal aggregation with and without polymer protective agents Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 2014, 406, 7539-7547.

239.  N.Morimoto, Y. Sasaki, K, Mitsunushi, E.Korchagina, T. Wazawa, X. P. Qiu, S. I.M. Nomura, M, Suzuki, F, M. Winnik Temperature-responsive telechelic dipalmitoylglyceryl poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) vesicles in aqueous suspension and in the presence of giant liposomes. Chem. Comm. 2014, 50, 8350-8352.

238.  N. Martin, D. Ma, A. Herbet, D. Boquet, F. M.Winnik, C. Tribet, Prevention of thermally induced aggregation of IgG antibodies by noncovalent interaction with poly(acrylate) derivatives. Biomacromolecules 2014 15, 2952-2962.

237.  T. Borke, F. M. Winnik, H. Tenhu, S.Hietala, Optimized triazine-mediated amidation for efficient and controlled functionalization of hyaluronic acid. Carbohydr. Polymers 2014 DOI 10.1016/j.carbpol.2014.04.012

236.  X-P Qiu, E.V. Korchagina, J. Rolland, F. M.Winnik, Synthesis of a poly(N-isopropylacrylamide charm bracelet decorated with a photomobile α-cyclodextrin charm, Polym Chem. 2014, 5, 3656-3665. DOI10.1039/C3PY01776A

235.  J. An, A. Dedinaite, F. M. Winnik, X.P. Qiu, P.M. Claesson, Temperature-dependent adsorption and adsorption hysteresis of a thermosensitive diblock copolymer , Langmuir 2014, 30, 4333-4341 DOI10.1021/la500377w

234.  YT. R.Lau, M. Yamaguchi, X. Li, Y. Bando, D. Golberg, F. M. Winnik  Length fractionation of boron nitride nanotubes using creamed oil-in–water emulsions Langmuir (Letters) 2014, 30(7), 1735-1740.

233.  P.Kujawa, F. M. Winnik, Materials Nanoarchitectonics, A conspectus for polymer scientists,  Polymer Intern. 2014, 63, 377-380.

232.  S. Migita, A. Moquin, H. Fujishiro, S. Himeno, D. Maysinger, F. M. Winnik, A. Taniguchi, Quantum dots induce heat shock-related cytotoxicity in intracellular environment, In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol. Animal 2014, 50, 367-372.

231.A.Moquin, E. Hutter, A. O. Choi, A. Khatchadourian, A. Castonguay, F. M. Winnik, D. Maysinger Caspase-1 Activity in Microglia Stimulated by Pro-Inflammagen Nanocrystals ACS Nano, 2013, 7, 9585-9598.

230.  Y-T.R. Lau, M. Yamaguchi, X. Li, Y. Bando, D. Golberg, F, M. Winnik, Facile and mild strategy toward biopolymer-coated boron nitride nanotubes via a glycine-assisted interfacial process, J. Phys. Chem. C. 2013, 117, 19568-19576. (doi/10.1021/jp4073729)

229.  P.Kujawa, F. M. Winnik, Innovation in nanomedicine through materials nanoarchitectonics, Langmuir, 2013, 29, 7354-7361.

228.  X.P. Qiu, T. Koga, F. Tanaka, F. M. Winnik, New insights into the effects of molecular weight and end group on the temperature-induced phase transition of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) in water, Science China: Chemistry, 2013, 56, 56-64.

227.  J. C. Fernandes, X.-P Qiu, F. M. Winnik, M. Benderdour, X. Zhang, K. Dai, Q. Shi, Linear polyethyleneimine produced by partial hydrolysis of poly(2-ethyl-2-oxazoline) for DNA and siRNA delivery in vitro, Internat. J. Nanomedicine, 2013, 8, 1-12.

226.  E.V. Korchagina, X. P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik, Effect of heating rate on the pathway for vesicle formation in salt-free aqueous solutions of thermosensitive cationic diblock copolymers Macromolecules, 2013 46, 2341-51.

225.  M. Gong, Y. Dang, Y.B. Wang, S. Yang, F. M.Winnik, Y.K. Gong, Cell membrane mimetic films immobilized by synergystic grafting and crosslinking, Soft Matter, 2013, 9, 4501-4508.

224.  K. Tardif, I. Cloutier, S. Toita, F. M. Winnik, J. F. Tanguay, Stem cell based therapy using chitosan phosphorylcholine Can. J. Cardiol. 2012, 28 (5) S93-S94.

223.  D. W. Ma, N. Martin, A. Herbet, C. Tribet, F. M. Winnik, The thermally-induced aggregation of immunoglobin G in solution is prevented by amphipols, Chem. Let. 2012, 41 (10) SI 1380-82.

222.  Z. Miao, P. Kujawa, Y.-T. R. Lau, S. Toita, B. Qi, J. Nakanishi, I. Cloutier, J.F. Tanguay, F. M. Winnik, Tuning the properties and functions of 17β-estradiol-polysaccharide conjugates in thin films: impact of sample history. Biomacromolecules, 2012, 13, 4098-4108.

221.  J. C. Fernandes, X. P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik, M. Benderdour, X. Zhang, K. Dai, Q. Shi, Low-molecular weight chitosan conjugated with folate for siRNA delivery in vitro: optimization studies, Internat. J. Nanomedicine, 2012:7 5833-5845.

220.  C. Tolg, S.R. Hamilton, E. Zalinska, L. McCulloch, R.Amin, N. Akentieva, F. M. Winnik, R. Savani. D. J.Bagli, L. G. Luyt, M. K. Cowman, J. B. McCarthy, E. A. Turley,  A RHAMM mimetic peptide blocks hyaluronan:RHAMM interactions and reduces inflammation and fibrogenesis of excisional skin wounds, Am. J. Path, 2012, 181 (4) 1250-1270.

219.  A. Shimoda, S.-I. Sawada, A. Kano, A. Maruyama, A. Moquin, F. M. Winnik, A. Akiyoshi Dual crosslinked hydrogel nanoparticles by nanogel bottom-up method for sustained-release delivery, Coll. Surf,B-Biointerface 2012, 99 SI 38-44.

218.  H. Basit, K.S. Sharma, A. vn er Heyden, C. Gindran, C. Breytin, P. Dummy, F.M. Winnik, P. Labbe, Amphipol mediated surface immobilization of FhuA: a platform for label-free detection of the bacteriophage protein pb5, Chem. Comm. 2012, 48, 6037-6039.

217.  F. M. Winnik, D. Maysinger Quantum dot toxicity and ways to reduce it, Acc. Chem. Res. 2013, 46. 672-680. DOI 10.1021/ar3000585.

216.  R. Takahashi, T. Sato, K. Terao, X.P Qiu, F.M. Winnik, Self-association of a thermosensitive poly(alkyl-2-oxazoline) block copolymer in aqueous solution, Macromolecules, 2012, 45, 6111–6119.

215.  P-F. Caponi, F.M. Winnik, R. V. Uljin, Charge complementary enzymatic reconfigurable polymeric nanostructures Soft Matter, 2012, 8 5127-5130.

214.  Y. Katsumoto, A. Tsuchiizu, X._P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik Dissecting the Mechanism of the Heat-Induced Phase Separation and Crystallization of Poly(2-isopropyl-2-oxazoline) in Water through Vibrational Spectroscopy and Molecular Orbital Calculations, Macromolecules 2012, 45, 3531-3541.

213.  C. Jreyssaty, Q. Shi, H. Wang, X.P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik, X. Zhang, K. Dai, M. Benderdour, and J. C. Fernandes, Efficient Nonviral Gene Therapy Using Folate-Targeted Chitosan-DNA Nanoparticles In Vitro," ISRN Pharmaceutics, vol. 2012,. doi:10.5402/2012/369270.

212.  J. Yip, J. Duhamel, X.P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik, Long range polymer chain dynamics of pyrene-labeled poly(N-Isopropylacrylamides) studied by fluorescence. Macromolecules, 2011 44, 5363-5372.

211.  F. Tanaka, T. Koga, I. Kaneda, F. M. Winnik, Hydration, phase separation, and non-linear rheology of temperature-sensitive water-soluble polymer,  Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 2011, 2, 284105/1- 284105/7.

210.  N. Al-hajaj, A. Moquin, K. D. Neibert, G. M. Soliman, F. M. Winnik, D. Maysinger, Short ligands affect modes of QD uptake and elimination in human cells, ACS Nano, 2011, 5,  4909-4918.

209.  K. Tardif, I. Cloutier, Z. Miao, C. Lemieux, C. St-Denis, F. M. Winnik, J. F. Tanguay, A phosphorylcholine-modified chitosan polymer as endothelial progenitor cell supporting matrix, Biomaterials, 2011, 32, 5046-5055.

208.  F. Tanaka, T. Koga, H. Kojima, N. Xue, Winnik F. M. Preferential adsorption and co-solvency of thermosensitive polymers in mixed solvents of water/methanol,  Macromolecules, 2011, 44, 2978-2989.

207.  S. Mansouri, Y. Mehri, F. M. Winnik, M. Tabrizian, Investigation of the  layer-by-layer assembly of fully functional human red blood cells in suspension for attenuated immune response, Biomacromolecules, 2011, 12, 585-592.

206.  J. Yip, J. Duhamel, X. P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik, Fluorescence studies of a series of monodisperse telechelic alpha,omega-dipyrenyl poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)s in ethanol and in water, Can. J. Chem. 2011, 89, 163-172 (invited contribution, Special Issue T, Scaiano).

205.  K. Tardif, I. Cloutier, Z. Miao, F. M. Winnik. J. F. Tanguay, 17β-estradiol conjugated chitosan-phosphorylcholine biopolymer, an in-vitro strategy to improve the survival and the amplification of endothélial progenitor cells. Can. J. Cardiol. 2010, 26, 56D

204.  P.F. Caponi, X. P.Qiu, F. Vivela, F. M. Winnik, R. V. Ulijn, Phosphatase/ temperature responsive poly(2-isopropyl-2-oxazolines) Polymer Chem. (2011) 2 (2)  306-308.

203.  Q. Shi, H.J. Wang, C. Tran,  X.P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik, X. L. Zhang, K. R. Dai, M. Benderdour, J. Fernandes, Hydrodynamic delivery of chitosan folate-DNA nanoparticles in rat with adjuvants-induced arthritis, J. Biomed. Biotechnol. 2011 (article number 148763).

202.  F. Tanaka, T. Koga, H. Kojima, F. M. Winnik, Hydration and phase separation of temperature sensitive water soluble polymers,  Chinese J. Pol. Sci., 2011 29 (1) 13-21.

201N. Ishii, J.I. Mamiya, T. Ikeda, F. M. Winnik, Solvent induced amplification of the photoresponsive properties of α, ω-di-[4-cyanophenyl-4’-(6-hexyloxy)-azo-benzene]-poly(N-isopropylacryl-amide) in aqueous media, Chem. Commun., 2011, 47 (4), 1267 – 1269.

200.  E. Feitosa, F. M. Winnik, interaction between Pluronic F127 and dioctadecyldimethylammonium bromide vesicles by differential scanning calorimetry, Langmuir, 2010, 26 (23) 17582- 17857.

199.  P.L. Ma, M. D. Buschmann, F. M. Winnik, Complete physicochemical characterizaton of DNA/chitosan complexes by multiple detection using asymmetrical flow field-flow fractionation, Anal. Chem. 2010, 82 (23), 8936- 8943.

198.  N. Ishii, R.Obeid, X.P. Qiu, J.I. Mamiya, T. Ikeda, F. M. Winnik, Synthesis and association behavior of telechelic Poly(N-isopropylacrylamides with azobenzene end groups, Mol.Cryst. Liquid Cryst.2010, 529, 60-70. 

141.     P. Kujawa, J. Sanchez, A. Badia, and F. M. Winnik, Probing the stability of biocompatible sodium hyaluronate/chitosan nanocoatings against changes in salinity and pH. J. Nanosci.

 

197.  V. A. Kryuchkov. J. C. Daigle, K. M. Skupov, J. Claverie, F. M. Winnik. Amphiphilic polyethylenes leading to surfactant-free thermoresponsive nanoparticles. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 2010, 133 (44) 15573-15579.

196.  G.M. Soliman, R. Sharma, A.O. Chii, S. K. Varshney, F. M. Winnik, A. K. Kakkar, D. Maysinger,Tailoring the efficacy of nimodipine delivery using nanocarriers based on A2B miktoarm star polymers Biomaterials, 2010, 31, 8382-8392.

195.  G. M. Soliman, J. Szychowski, S. Hanessian, F. M. Winnik, Robust polymeric nanoparticles for the delivery of aminoglycoside antibiotics using carboxymethyl-dextran-b-poly(ethyleneglycols) lightly grafted with n-dodecyl groups, Soft Matter, 2010, 6, 4504-4514.

194.  V. Darras, M. Nelea, F. M. Winnik, M. D. Buschmann, Chitosan modified with gadolinium diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid for magnetic resonance imaging of DNA/chitosan nanoparticles, Carb. Polym. 2010, 80, 1137-1146.

193.  V.A.O. Tiera, F.M. Winnik, M. J. Tiera, Interaction of amphiphilic chitosans with 1,2-dipalmitoy-sn-gycero-phoshorylcholine, J. Therm. Anal. Cal. 2010, 100, 309-313.

192.  G. M.Soliman, A.O. Choi, D. Maysinger, F. M. Winnik, MInocycline block copolymer micelles and their anti-inflammatory effects on microglia, Macromol. Biosci., 2010, 10, 278-288.

191.  E. Hutter, S. Boridy, S. Labrecque, M, Lalancette-Hebert, J. Kriz, F. M, Winnik, D.Maysinger, Microglial response to gold nanoparticles, ACS Nano, 2010, 4, 2595-2606.

190.  P.L. Ma, M. D. Buschmann, F.M Winnik, One-step analysis of DNA/Chitosan complexes by field flow fractionation  reveals particle size and free chitosan content, Biomacromolecules 2010, 11, 549-554.

189.  M. A. Cohen Stuart, W.T. S. Huck, J. Genzer,M. Müller, C. Ober, M.Stamm, G. B. Sukhorukov, l. Szleifer, V. V. Tsukruk, M. Urban, F. M.Winnik, S.Zauscher, I.Luzinov, S. Minko, Emerging applications of stimuli-responsive polymer materials, Nature Materials, 2010, 9, 101-113. 

188.  S. R.Hamilton, M. Veiseh, C. Tolg, R. Tirona, J. Richardson, R. Brown, M. Gonzalez, M. Vanzieleghem,P. Anderson, S. Asculai, F. M. Winnik, R. Savani, D. Freeman, L. Luyt, J. Koropatnick, E. A. Turley, Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of hyaluronan infused into healthy humans, Open Drug Metab. 2009, 3, 43-55.

187.  F. Tanaka, T. Koga, F. M, Winnik, Competitive hydrogen bonds and cononsolvency of poly(N-isopropyl acrylamides) in mixed solvents of water/methanol  Progr. Colloid Pol. Sci, 2009, 136, 1-7.

186.  R. Obeid, J. Y. Park, R. Advincula, F. M. Winnik, Temperature dependent interfacial properties of hydrophobically end-modified poly(2-isopropyl-2-oxazoline) assemblies at the air/water interface and on solid substrates,  J. Colloid Interface Sci. 2009, 340, 142-152.

185.  S.A. Gavan, F. M. Winnik, M. E.Maxim, G. Stinga, C. Ilie, D. F. Angel. Effects induced by ethoxylated nonionic surfactants on Pyrene-labeled hydroxypropyl cellulose in aqueous solution, Rev. Roum. Chimie 2009, 54, 227-234.

184.  S. R. Hamilton, M. Veiseh, C. Tolg, R. Tirona, J. Richardson, R. Brown, M. Gonzalez, M. Vanzieleghem, P. Anderson, S. Asculai, F. M. Winnik, E. A.Turley, Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of hyaluronan infused into healthy volunteers, Open Drug Metabolism Journal, 2009, 3, 43-55.

183.  A. H. Case, I. P. Dalla Picola, M. E. D. Zaniquelli, J. C. Fernandes, S, R.  Taboga, F. M. Winnik, M. J. Tiera,  Physicochemical characterization of nanoparticles formed between DNA and phosphorylcholine-substituted chitosan, J. Colloid Interface Sci. (2009),  336, 126-133.

182.  S. Mansouri,  J. Fatisson, Z.M. Miao, F. M. Winnik, M. Tabrizian, Silencing red blood cell recognition toward anti-A antibody by means of polyelectrolyte layer-by-layer assembly in a two-dimensional system, Langmuir (2009) 25, 14071-14078.

181.  C. Tribet, C. Diab, T. Dahmane, M. Zoonens, J.-L. Popot, F. M. Winnik, Thermodynamic Characterization of the Exchange of Detergents and Amphipols at the surfaces of integral membrane proteins, Langmuir (2009) 25, 12623 -12634.

180.  R. Obeid, F. Tanaka, F. M. Winnik, Heat-induced phase transition  and crystallization of hydrophobically end-capped poly(2-isopropyl-2-oxazoline) in water, Macromolecules, (2009) 42 (15) 5818-5828.

179.  P. L. Ma, M. Lavertu, F. M. Winnik, M. Buschmann, New Insights into Chitosan-DNA Interactions Using Isothermal Titration Microcalorimetry Biomacromolecules (2009) 10(6) 1490-1499.

178.  T. Koga, F. Tanaka, I. Kaneda, and F.M. Winnik, Stress build-up under start-up shear flow in self-assembled transient networks of telechelic associating polymers Langmuir, 2009, 25 (15) 8626-8638.

177.  S Besner, A.V. Kabashin, F. M. Winnik and M. Meunier Synthesis of size-tunable polymer-protected gold nanoparticles by femtosecond laser ablation and seed growth  J. Phys. Chem. C (2009) 113(22) 9526-9531..

176.  A.H. Casé, I.Pfeifer,  D.Picola, M. E. Darbello Zaniquelli, J. C. Fernandes, S. R. Taboga, F. M. Winnik, M. J. Tiera Physicochemical Characterisation of Nanoparticles Formed Between DNA and Phosphorylcholine Substituted Chitosans  J. Colloids Interface Sci, (2009)336(1), 125 - 133.

175.  N. Morimoto, R. Obeid, S. Yamane, F. M. Winnik, K. Akiyoshi, Composite nanomaterials by self-assembly and controlled crystallization of poly(2-isopropyl-2-oxazoline)-grafted polysaccharides. Soft Matter  (2009),  5(8),  1597-1600. 

174.  R. Obeid, E. Maltseva, A. F. Thunemann, F. Tanaka, F. M Winnik, Temperature  response of self-assembled micelles of telechelic hydrophobically modified poly(2-alkyl-2-oxazoline)s in water.   Macromolecules (2009),  42(6),  2204-2214.

173.  Y. Satokawa, T. Shikata, F. Tanaka, X.P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik, Hydration and dynamic behavior of a cyclic poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) in aqueous solution: effects of the polymer chain topology.    Macromolecules (2009),  42(4),  1400-1403.

172.  F. Tanaka, T. Koga, H. Kojima, F.M. Winnik, Temperature- and tension-induced coil-globule transition of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) chains in water and mixed solvent of water/methanol.    Macromolecules (2009),  42(4),  1321-1330.

171.  S.Nguyen, F. M. Winnik, M. D. Buschmann, Improved reproducibility in the determination of the molecular weight of chitosan by analytical size exclusion chromatography.    Carbohydrate Polymers  (2009),  75(3),  528-533 ;

170.  S. Nguyen, S. Hisiger, M. Jolicoeur, F. M. Winnik, M. D. Buschmann, Improved reproducibility in the determination of the molecular weight of chitosan by analytical size exclusion chromatography, Carbohydrate Polymers, (2009) 75 (4), 636-645.

169.  T. Koga, F. Tanaka, R. Motokawa, S. Koizumi, F. M. Winnik, Theoretical Modeling of Associated Structures in Aqueous Solutions of Hydrophobically Modified Telechelic PNIPAM Based on a Neutron Scattering Study.    Macromolecules (2008),  41(23),  9413-9422

168.  M. Gong, S.Yang,  J. Ma,  S. Zhang,  F. M. Winnik,  Y.K. Gong,  Tunable cell membrane mimetic surfaces prepared with a novel phospholipid polymer.    Applied Surface Science  (2008),  255(2),  555-558.

167.  S. Besner, A. V. Kabashin, F. M. Winnik, M. Meunier, Ultrafast laser based "green" synthesis of non-toxic nanoparticles in aqueous solutions.    Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing  (2008),  93(4),  955-959

166.  J. C. Fernandes, H. Wang, C. Jreyssaty,  M. Benderdour, P. Lavigne, X.P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik, X. Zhang, K. Dai, Q. Shi, Qin.   Bone-protective Effects of Nonviral Gene Therapy With Folate-Chitosan DNA Nanoparticle Containing Interleukin-1 Receptor Antagonist Gene in Rats With Adjuvant-induced Arthritis. Molecular Therapy  (2008),  16(7),  1243-1251.

165.  E. Hutter, S. Boridy, S. Labrecque, M, Lalancette-Hebert, J. Kriz, F. M, Winnik, D.124, Microglial response to gold nanoparticles, ACS Nano, 2010, 4, 2595-2606.

164.  N.Morimoto, X.-P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik, K. Akiyoshi, Dual Stimuli-Responsive Nanogels by Self-Assembly of Polysaccharides Lightly Grafted with Thiol-Terminated Poly(Nisopropylacrylamide) chains Macromolecules (2008) 41, 5985-5987.

163.  F. Tanaka, T. Koga, F. M. Winnik, Temperature-responsive polymers in mixed solvents: competitive hydrogen bonds cause co-nonsolvency Phys. Rev. Lett. (2008) 101, 028302.

162.  O. Ma, M. Lavertu M, J. Sun, S. Nguyen, M. Buschmann, F. M. Winnik, C. D. Hoemann Precise Derivatization of structurally distinct chitosans with rhodamine B isothiocyanate, Carbohydrate Pol. (2008) 72(4) 616-624.

161.  G. M. Soliman, F. M. Winnik,Enhancement of hydrophilic drug loading and release characteristics through micellization with new carboxymethyldextran-PEG block copolymers of tunable charge density, Int. J. Pharm. (2008) 356 248–258.

160.  F. Segui, X. P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik,  An efficient synthesis of telechelic poly(N-isopropylacrylamides) and its application to the preparation of a,w-dicholesteryl and  a,w--dipyrenyl polymers.J. Pol. Sci, Part A: Pol. Chem (2008), 46(1), 314-326.

159.  R. Nojima, T. Sato, X.P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik, Light scattering evidence for the random association of flower micelles of a telechelic hydrophobically-modified poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) in dilute aqueous solution. Macromolecules, (2008). 41, 292-294.

158.  S. Yang, S. Zhang, F. M. Winnik, F. Mwale, Y. K. Gong, Group reorientation and migration of amphiphilic polymers bearing phosphorylcholine functionalities on surface of cellular membrane mimicking coating J. Biomed. Mat. Res. (2008) 84A, 837-845.

157.  C. Diab, C. Tribet, Y, Gohon, J.-L. Popot, F. M. Winnik, Complexation of integral membrane proteins by phosphorylcholine-based amphipols.    Biochim Biophys. Acta, Biomembranes  (2007), 1768(11),  2737-2747.

156.  X.-P, Qiu, F. Tanaka, F. M. Winnik, Temperature-Induced Phase Transition of Well-Defined Cyclic Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)s in Aqueous Solution. Macromolecules (2007) 40, 7069-7071.

155.  P. Kujawa, G. Schmauch, T. Viitala, A. Badia, F. M. Winnik  Construction of Viscoelastic Biocompatible Films via the Layer-by-Layer Assembly of Hyaluronan and Phosphorylcholine-Modified Chitosan, Biomacromolecules (2007) 8, 3169-3176.

154.  E. Akiyama, N. Morimoto, P. Kujawa, F. M. Winnik, K. Akiyoshi, Self-assembled nanogels of cholesteryl-modified polysaccharides: Effect of the polysaccharide structure on their association characteristics in the dilute and semidilute regimes, Biomacromolecules (2007) 8, 2366-2373.

153.  O.  S. Hernandez, G. M. Soliman, F. M. Winnik Synthesis, reactivity, and pH-responsive assembly of new double hydrophilic block copolymers of carboxy-methyldextran and poly(ethyleneglycol) Polymer (2007)  48, 921-930.

152.  S. Chayed, F. M. Winnik, In-vitro evaluation of the mucoadhesive properties of polysaccharide-based nanoparticulate oral drug delivery systems Eur. J. Pharm. Biopharm. (2007) 65 (3) 363-370. (Invited contribution)

151.  C. Diab, F.M. Winnik, C. Tribet, Interactions and binding isotherms of non-ionic surfactants onto micellar amphiphilic polymers (amphipols) Langmuir (2007) 23, 3025-3035.

150.  S. J. Cho, D. Maysinger, M. Jain, B. Roeder, S. Hackbarth, F. M. Winnik, Long-Term Exposure to CdTe Quantum Dots Causes Functional Impairments in Live Cells.    Langmuir  (2007),  23(4),  1974-1980.

149.  X.P.Qiu, F. M. Winnik, Synthesis of a,w-Dimercapto Poly(N-isopropylacryl-amides) by RAFT Polymerization with a Hydrophilic Difunctional Chain Transfer Agent. Macromolecules (2007), 40, 872-878.

148.  Y.Okada, F. Tanaka, P. Kujawa, F. M. Winnik  Unified model of association-induced lower critical solution temperature phase separation and its application to solutions of telechelic poly(ethylene oxide) and of telechelic poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) in water. J. Chem. Physics  (2006), 125(24), 244902/1-244902/11.

147.  N. Morimoto, F. M. Winnik, K. Akiyoshi, Botryoidal assembly of cholesteryl-pullulan/poly(Nisopropylacrylamide) nanogels Langmuir(2007),  23(1),  217-223. 

146.  R. C. W. Liu, S. Cantin, F. Perrot, F. M. Winnik, Effects of polymer architecture and composition on the interfacial properties of temperatrue-responsive hydrophobically-modified poly(N-isopropylacrylamides, Polym. Adv. Technol. (2006) 17, 798-803.

145.  M. J. Tiera, X.-P. Qiu, S. Bechaouch, Q. Shi, J. Fernandes, F. M. Winnik Synthesis and characterization of phosphorylcholine-substituted chitosans soluble in physiological conditions, Biomacromolecules (2006) 7, 3151-3156.

144.  P. Kujawa, V. Aseyev, H. Tenhu, F. M. Winnik, Temperature-sensitive properties of poly(-N-isopropylacrylamide) mesoglobules formed in dilute aqueous solution above the demixing point, Macromolecules (2006) 39, 7686-7693.

143.  X. Zhu, C. Yan, F. M. Winnik, and D. Leckband, End-grafted low molecular weight PNIPAM does not collapse above the LCST, Langmuir (2007) 23,162-169.

142.  X.P. Qiu and F. M. Winnik, Facile and efficient one-pot transformation of RAFT polymer end groups via a mild aminolysis/Michael addition sequence, Macromol. Rapid Commun. (2006) 27, 1648-1653.

106.     B. Thierry, F. M. Winnik, Y. Mehri, M. Tabrizian, Nanocoatings onto arteries via layer-by-layer deposition: towards the in-vivo repair of damaged blood vessels, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2003, 125,

 

141.  P. Kujawa, J. Sanchez, A. Badia, and F. M. Winnik, Probing the stability of biocompatible sodium hyaluronate/chitosan nanocoatings against changes in salinity and pH. J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. (2006) 6, 1565–1574

140.  P. Kujawa, F. Tanaka, F. M. Winnik, Temperature-dependent properties of telechelic hydrophobically modified poly(N-isopropylacrylamides) in water: evidence from light scattering and fluorescence spectroscopy for the formation of stable mesoglobules at elevated temperatures Macromolecules  (2006),  39(8),  3048-3055

139.  S. Mansouri, Y. Cuie, F. M. Winnik, Q. Shi, P. Lavigne, M. Benderdour, E. Beaumont, J. C. Fernandes Characterization of folate-chitosan-DNA nanoparticles for gene therapy, Biomaterials (2006) 27, 2060-2065.

138.  P. Kujawa, F. Segui, S. Shaban, C. Diab, Y. Okada, F. Tanaka, F. M. Winnik Impact of end-group association on the thermosensitive properties of hydrophobically modified telechelic poly(N-isopropylacrylamides) in water, Macromolecules  (2006) 39, 341-348.

137.  R. C. W. Liu, F. M. Winnik, Synthesis and spectroscopic characterization of hydrophobically fluorescently-labeled hydrocarbon and/or  fluorocarbon modified poly(sodium 2-acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonates) J. Photochem. Photobiol. A. (2006) 178, 208-219; invited contribution, Festschrift for Prof. I. Yamazaki.

136.  S. Holappa, L. Kantonen, T. Anderson, F. M. Winnik, H. Tenhu, Overcharging of polyelectrolyte complexes by the guest polyelectrolye studied by fluorescence spectroscopy, Langmuir (2005) 21 (24) 11431- 11438.

135.  J. Lovric, S. J. Cho, F. M. Winnik, D., Maysinger, Unmodified cadmium telluride quantum dots induce reactive oxygen species formation leading to multiple organelle damage and cell death, Chem. Biol. (2005) 12 (11) 1227 -1234.

134.  F. Shen, A. A. Li, Y.-K.  Gong, S. Somers, M. A. Potter, F. M. Winnik, P. L. Chang, Encapsulation of Recombinant Cells with a Novel Magnetized Alginate for Magnetic Resonance Imaging.    Human Gene Therapy  (2005),  16(8),  971-984

133.  A. Laukkanen, F. M. Winnik, L. Valtola, H. Tenhu, Thermosensitive graft copolymers of an amphiphilic macromonomer and N-vinylcaprolactam: synthesis and solution properties in dilute aqueous solutions below and above the LCST Polymer (2005) 46, 7055-7065.

132.  M. F. Francis, M. Cristea, F. M. Winnik, Exploiting the Vitamin B12 Pathway to enhance oral drug delivery via polymeric micelles Biomacromolecules (2005) 6 (5) 2462-2467.

131.  P. Kujawa, B. Bangar Raju, F. M. Winnik, Interactions in water of alkyl and perfluoroalkyl surfactants with fluorocarbon- and hydrocarbon-modified poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) Langmuir (2005) 21(22) 10046-10053.

130.  P. Kujawa, P. Moraille, J. Sanchez, A. Badia, F. M. Winnik Effect of molecular weight on the exponential growth of chitosan/hyaluronan multilayers: a surface plasmon resonance and atomic force microscopy investigation J. Amer. Chem. Soc. (2005) 127 (25) 9224-9234.

129.  Y.K. Gong, F. M. Winnik, Surface amine amplification and grafting with phosphorylcholine by reductive amination Acta Chimica Sinica, (2005) 63, 643-647.

128.  L. Luo,  A.Petit, J. Antoniou, D. J. Zukor, O. L. Huk, R. C. W. Liu, F. M. Winnik, F. Mwale Effect of cobalt and chromium ions on MNP-1, TIMP-1, and TNF-alpha gene expression in human U937 macrophages: a role for tyrosine kinases Biomaterials (2005) 26 (28) 5587-93.

127.  P. Kujawa, H, Watanabe. F. Tanaka, F. M. Winnik, Amphiphilic Telechelic Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) in water: from micelles to Gels European Physics Journal, E, (2005) 17 (2) 129-137.

126.  A. Laukkanen, F, M, Winnik, H. Tenhu Pyrene-labeled Graft Copolymers of N-Vinylcaprolactam: Synthesis and Solution Properties in Water  Macromolecules (2005) 38(6) 2439-2448.

125.  Y. Yang, K. Kataoka, F. M. Winnik Synthesis of Diblock Copolymers Consisting of Hyaluronan and Poly(2-ethyl-oxazoline)  Macromolecules (2005) 38 (6) 2043- 2046.

124.  M. F. Francis, M. Cristea, Y. Yang, F. M. Winnik*Engineering Polysaccharide-Based Polymeric Micelles To Enhance Permeability Of Cyclosporin A Across Caco-2 Cells, Pharm. Res. (2005) 22, 209-219.

123.  J. Lovric, H. S. Bazzi, C. E. Yan, G. R. A. Fortin, F. M. Winnik, D. Maysinger, Differences in subcellular distribution and toxicity of green and red emitting CdTe quantum dots.  J. Mol. Med. (2005) 83, 377-385.

122.  B. Thierry, P. Kujawa, C. Tkaczyk, F. M. Winnik, L. Bilodeau, M. Tabrizian, Delivery platform for hydrophobic drugs: prodrug approach combined with self-assembled multilayers, J. Am.  Chem. Soc (2005) 127. 1626-1627.

121.  X. Zhu,  J. DeGraaf,  F. M. Winnik, Leckband, D.  pH-Dependent Mucoadhesion of a Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) Copolymer Reveals Design Rules for Drug Delivery.    Langmuir  (2004),  20(24),  10648-10656.

120.  S. Holappa, L. Kantonen, F. M. Winnik*, and H. Tenhu*, Self-Complexation of Poly(ethylene oxide)-block-poly(methacrylic acid) Studied by Fluorescence Spectroscopy.    Macromolecules  (2004),  37(18),  7008-7018.

119.  Y.-K Gong, L. Li, A. Petit, O. Huk, J. Antoniou, F. M. Winnik, and F. Mwale*. Stimulation of TNF-a gene expression by cobalt and chromium ions in human U937 macrophages cultured on phosphorylcholine coated surfaces: a comparison with macrophages in suspension J. Biomed. Mat Res: (2005), 72A(1):1 - 9.

118.  J.S. Park, K. Akiyama, F. M. Winnik, K. Kataoka,* Versatile synthesis of end-functionalized thermosensitive poly(N-isopropyloxazolines) Macromolecules (2004), 37(18), 6786-6792.

117.  Y.K. Gong, M. Wertheimer, F. Mwale, F. M. Winnik, Promotion of U937 cell adhesion on polypropylene surfaces bearing phosphorylcholine functionalities. J. Biomat. Sci. Polym. Ed. (2004) 15 (11) 1423-1434 (invited contribution, Festschrift honouring Allan Hoffman)

116.  B.Thierry, F. M. Winnik, Y. Merhi, J.  Silver, M. Tabrizian,  Radionuclides-hyaluronan-conjugate thromboresistant coatings to prevent in-stent restenosis.    Biomaterials  (2004),  25(17),  3895-3905

115.  C. Diab, Y. Akiyama, K.  Kataoka, F. M. Winnik,  Microcalorimetric Study of the Temperature-Induced Phase Separation in Aqueous Solutions of Poly(2-isopropyl-2-oxazolines).    Macromolecules  (2004),  37(7),  2556-2562.

114.  M. Francis, M. Cristea, F. M. Winnik, Polymeric micelles in oral drug delivery; why and how., Pure and Applied Chem. (2004), 76 (7-8) 1321-1335.

113.  A. Laukkanen, L. Valtola, F. M. Winnik, H. Tenhu The formation of colloidally-stable phase separated poly(N-vinylcaprolactam) in water: a study by dynamic light scattering, microcalorimetry, and pressure perturbation calorimetry, Macromolecules (2004) 37, 2268-2274.

112.  X. Zhu, J. DeGraaf, F. M. Winnik, D. Leckband, Tuning the interfacial properties of grafted chains with a pH switch, Langmuir (2004),20, 1459- 1465.

111.  B. Thierry, F. M. Winnik, Y. Merhi, J. Silver, M.  Tabrizian, Bioactive Coatings of Endovascular Stents Based on Polyelectrolyte Multilayers.    Biomacromolecules  4(6),  1564-1571(2003). 

110.  S. Verbrugghe, A. Laukkanen, V. Aseyev, H.Tenhu, F. M. Winnik, F. E.Du Prez, Light scattering and microcalorimetry studies on aqueous solutions of thermo-responsive PVCL-g-PEO copolymers.    Polymer  44(22),  6807-6814 (2003), 

109.  M. F. Francis, M. Piredda, F.M. WinnikSolubilization of Poorly-Water Soluble Drugs in Hydrophobically-Modified Hydroxypropylcellulose Copolymers J. Controlled Release(2003),  93(1),  59-68.

108.  K. Miyazawa, F. M. Winnik Solution properties of hydrophobically-modified phosphorylcholine-based polymers in water and in the presence of surfactants, J. Phys. Chem. B107(38),  10677-10682 (2003).

51.      F. M. Winnik, S. Regismond, and E. D. Goddard, Interactions of Cationic Surfactants with a

 

107M. F. Francis, L. Lavoie, F.M. Winnik, J. C.Leroux .Solubilization of Cyclosporin A in Dextran-g-Polyethyleneglycolalkyl Ether Polymeric Micelles Eur. J. Pharm.  Biopharm.56(3),  337-346 (2003). 

106.  B. Thierry, F. M. Winnik, Y. Mehri, M. Tabrizian, Nanocoatings onto arteries via layer-by-layer deposition: towards the in-vivo repair of damaged blood vessels, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2003, 125, 7494-7495.(featured in Nature Materials June 5, 2003 and in Newscientist June 23, 2003)

105.  R. C. W. Liu, Y. Morishima, F. M. Winnik*, Composition-dependent rheology of aqueous systems of amphiphilic sodium poly(2-acrylamido-2-methylpropane sulfonates) in the presence of hydrophobically-modified cationic cellulose ether Macromolecules 2003, 36, 4967-4975

104.  Y. Wang, F. M. Winnik, R. J. Clarke,* Interactions between DMPC liposomes ans Hydrophobically-modified Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) Biophysical J. 2003, 83, 282-292.

103.  F. Shen, C. Poncet-Legrand, S. Somers, A. Slade, C. Yip, A. M. Duft, F. M. Winnik, P. L. Chang* Properties of a novel magnetized alginate for magnetic resonance imaging  Biotech. Bioeng. 2003, 83, 282-292(featured in Biophotonics International, May 2003, 30 – 31)

102.  G. Zhang, F. M. Winnik, C. Wu*, Structure of a collapsed polymer chain with stickers: a single or multi-flower ? Phys. Rev. Letters, 2003, 90, 35506.

101.  K. Miyazawa, F. M. Winnik,*Solution Properties of Phosphorylcholine-based Hydrophobically Modified Polybetaines in Water and Mixed Solvents, Macromolecules, 2002, 35 (25) 9536 - 9544.

100.  K. Miyazawa, F. M. Winnik*, Isothermal Titration Calorimetry and Fluorescence Spectroscopy Studies of the Interactions between Surfactants and a Phosphorylcholine based Polybetaine, Progr. Colloid Polym. Sc, 2003, 122, 149 -156.

99.    D. F. Anghel. J. L. Toca-Herrera, F. M. Winnik, W. Rettig, R. V. Klitzing,* Steady-state Fluorescence Investigation of Pyrene-labeled Poly(acrylic acids) in Aqueous Solution and in the Presence of Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate, Langmuir, 2002, 18 (14) 5600-5606.

98.       E. Roux, M. Francis, F. M. Winnik, J. C. Leroux*, Polymer based pH-sensitive carriers as a means to improve the cytoplasmic delivery of drugs, Intern.J. Pharm., 2002, 242, 25-36.

97.      K. Miyazawa, F. M. Winnik* Synthesis of Phosphorylcholine-Based Hydrophobically- Modified Polybetaines, Macromolecules; 2002; 35(7); 2440-2444.

96.       P. Kujawa, R. C. W. Liu, F. M. Winnik*, Do Fluorocarbon, Hydrocarbons, and Polycyclic Aromatic Groups Intermingle ? A study of the Interactions in Water Between Fluorocarbon- and Hydrocarbon-modified Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamides), J. Phys.Chem. B., 2002, 106 (21) 5578-5585.

95.       R. C. W. Liu, Y. Morishima, F. M. Winnik,* Rheological Properties of Mixtures of Oppositely Charged Polyelectrolytes. A Study of the Interactions between a Cationic Cellulose Ether and a Hydrophobically-modified Poly(sodium 2-(acrylamido)-2-methylpropane sulfonate) Polymer Journal, 2002, 34, 340.

94.       S. Gouin, M. V. Valencia Grayeb, F. M. Winnik* Gadolinium Diethylenetriamine-pentaacetic Acid Hyaluronan Conjugates:  Preparation, Properties and Applications Makromolekular Symp.2002,186, 105-110 (IUPAC 9th International Symposium on Macromolecule-Metal Complexes).

93.       D. Dubé, M. Francis, J. C. Leroux, and F. M. Winnik* Preparation and Tumor Cell Uptake of Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) Folate Conjugates Bioconjugate Chemistry 13, 685-692 (2002).

92.       R.C. W. Liu, Y. Morishima, F. M. Winnik*, A Rheological Evalution of the Interactions in Water between a Cationic Cellulose Ether and Sodium Poly(2-acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonates) Macromolecules 34, 9117-9124 (2001).

91.       M.F. Ottaviani, F. M. Winnik,* S. H. Bossman,* N. J. Turro,* Phase Separation of Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) in Mixtures of Water and Methanol: A Spectroscopic Study of the Phase Transition Process  using a Polymer Tagged with a Fluorescent Dye and a Spin Label Helvetica Chimica Acta, 2001, 84, 2476 (Invited contribution).

90.    P. Kujawa, C.C.E Goh, D. Calvet, and F. M. Winnik*, Do Fluorocarbon, Hydrocarbon, and Polycyclic Aromatic Groups Intermingle? Solution Properties of Pyrene-labeled bis-(fluorocarbon/hydrocarbon)-modified Poly-(N-Isopropyl-acrylamide Macromolecules 34, 6387-6395 (2001).

89.    M. F. Francis, G. Dhara, F. M. Winnik, and J. C. Leroux* In vitro Evaluation of pH-Sensitive Polymer/Niosome Complexes Biomacromolecules, 2 741-749 (2001).

88.    B. Bangar Raju, F. M. Winnik and Y. Morishima, A look at the thermodynamics of the association of amphiphilic polyelectrolytes in aqueous solutions: strength and limitations of isothermal titration calorimetry, Langmuir 17, 4416 – 4421 (2001).

87.    P. Kujawa and F. M. Winnik*, Volumetric Studies of Aqueous Polymer Solutions using Pressure Perturbation Calorimetry: a new Look at the Temperature-induced Phase Transition of Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamide) in Water and D2O, Macromolecules, 34, 4130-4135  ( 2001).

86.    S. Gouin and F. M. Winnik* Quantitative assays of the amount of diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid conjugated to water-soluble polymers using isothermal titration calorimetry and colorimetry, Bioconjugate Chemistry, 12, 372-377 (2001).

85.    M. Mizusaki, Y. Morishima, and F. M. Winnik* An assessment by fluorescence spectroscopy of the stability of polyanion/positively charged liposome systems in the presence of polycations, Polymer, 42, 5615- 5624 (2001).

84.    C. Poncet-Legrand and F. M. Winnik*, Solution properties of hydrophobically-modified copolymers of N-isopropylacrylamide and N-valine arylamide: a study by fluorescence spectroscopy and microcalorimetry, Polymer Journal, 33, 277-286 (2001).

83.    M. Mizusaki, Y. Morishima, B. Bangar Raju and F. M. Winnik* The association of octadecyl-end-capped poly-(sodium 2-acrylamido-2-methyl propane sulfonates) in water and salt solutions : A study by fluorescence spectroscopy and isothermal titration calorimetry, European Physics Journal, E, 5, 105-115 (2001) Special Issue “Polyelectrolytes” (invited contribution).

82.       Gruber, James V.; Winnik, Francoise M.; Lapierre, Andre; Khaloo, Neela D.; Joshi, Niraj; Konish, Peter N.  Examining cationic polysaccharide deposition onto keratin surfaces through biopolymer fluorescent labeling.   Journal of Cosmetic Science  (2001),  52(2),  119-129

81.       X. P. Qiu, F. M. Winnik, Preparation and Characterization of Poly(vinyl acetate) Coated Magnetic Nanoparticles Chinese J. Polym. Sci. 18, 535-539 (2000).

80.       T. Principi, C.C. Ester Goh, Roger C. W. Liu, and F. M. Winnik, Solution Properties of Hydrophobically-modified Copolymers of N-Isopropylacrylamide and N-Glycine Acrylamide: A Study by Microcalorimetry and Fluorescence Spectroscopy Macromolecules, 33, 2958-2966 (2000).

79.   K. Akiyoshi, E.-C Kang, S. Kurumada, J. Sunamoto, T, Principi, andF. M. Winnik,Controlled Association of Amphiphilic Polymers in Water: Thermosensitive Nanoparticles Formed by Self-assembly of Hydrophobically-Modified Pullulans and Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamides) Macromolecules, 33, 3244-3249 (2000).

78.       K. Akiyoshi, E. -C. Kang, S. Kurumada, J. Sunamoto, T. Principi, and F. M. Winnik, Controlled Association between Amphiphilic Polymers in Water:  Formation of thermosensitive Nanoparticles by Self-assembly of Hydrophobically-modified Pullulan and Hydrophobically-modified Poly- (N-isopropylacrylamides) Journal of Network Polymer 20 (3) 171-177 (1999).

77.    T. Nezuand F. M. Winnik, Interaction of Water-Soluble Collagen with Poly-(acrylic acid), Biomaterials 21, 415-419 (2000).

76.       E. D. Goddard and F. M. Winnik, Fluorimetry: A Useful Tool in Cosmetics Research, Cosmetics & Toiletries, 114 (11) 63-82 (1999).

75.       M. Mizusaki, N. Kopek, Y. Morishima, and F. M. Winnik*, Interactions of Amphiphilic Polyelectrolytes and Neutral Polymeric Micelles: A study by Non-radiative Energy Transfer, Langmuir, 15 8090-8099 (1999).

74.    A. Yamazaki, F. M. Winnik, R. M. Cornelius, and J. L. Brash*,Modification of Liposomes with N-substituted Polyacrylamides: Identification of Proteins  Adsorbed from Plasma, Biophysica Biochimica Acta, Membranes,  1421, 103-115 (1999).

73.    G. Liu*, J. Ding, T. Hashimoto, K. Saijo, F. M. Winnik, and S. Nigam, Thin Films with densely Regularly Packed Nanochannels- Preparation, Characterization, and Applications, Chem. Materials 11, 2233-2240 (1999).

72.    M. Mizusaki, Y. Morishima, andF. M. Winnik*, Hydrophobically-modified Poly-(2-acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonates) bearing octadecyl groups: a fluorescence study of their solution properties in water, Macromolecules  32, 4317-4326 (1999).

71.    S. T. A. Regismond, Y-M Heng, E. D. Goddard, and F. M. Winnik,  Fluorescence Microscopy Observation of the Adsorption onto Hair of a Fluorescently-labelled Cationic Cellulose Ether,  Langmuir 15, 3007-3010 (1999).

70.    S.T. A. Regismond, Z. Policova, A. W. Neumann, E. D. Goddard, and F. M.Winnik,Static and Dynamic Surface Tension of Dilute Polyelectrolyte Solutions,  Colloids Surfaces A. 156, 157-162  (1999).

69.       A. Polozova, A. Yamazaki, J. L. Brash, and F. M. Winnik, Effect of Polymer Architecture on the Interactions of Hydrophobically-modified Poly(N-Isopropylacrylamides) with Liposomes, Colloids and Surfaces, A. 147, 17-26 (1999).

68.    A. Polozova, and F. M. Winnik, The contribution of Hydrogen Bonding to the Association of Liposomes and an Anionic Hydrophobically-modified Poly-(N-Isopropylacrylamide), Langmuir, 15, 4224-4229 (1999).

67.    D. F. Anghel, F. M. Winnik, and N. Galatanu, Effect of the surfactant head group length on the interactions between polyethylene glycol monononylphenyl ethers and poly(acrylic acid), Colloids and Surfaces, A. 149, 339-346 (1999).

66.    C. M. Franzin, P. M. MacDonald*, A. Polozova and F. M. Winnik, Destabilization of Cationic Lipid Vesicles by an Anionic Hydrophobically-Modified Poly-(N-Isopropylacrylamide) Copolymer: Solid State 31P and 2H NMR Study, Biophysica Biochimica Acta (Membranes), 1415, 219-234 (1998).

65.    M. Spafford, A. Polozova, and F. M Winnik, Synthesis and characterization of a hydrophobically-modified copolymer of N-isopropylacrylamide and glycinylacrylamide,  Macromolecules, 31, 7099-7102 (1998).

64.    A. Morneau, V. Pillai, S. Nigam,F. M. Winnik, and R. F. Ziolo, Analysis of Ferrofluids by Capillary Electrophoresis, Colloids and Surfaces, A. 154, 295-301 (1999).

63.    D. F. Anghel, V. Alderson, F. M. Winnik,M. Mizusaki, and Y. Morishima, Fluorescent Dyes as Model ‘Hydrophobic Modifiers of Polyelectrolytes: a Study of Poly(acrylic acids Labelled with Pyrenyl and Naphthyl  Groups, Polymer 39, 3035-3044 (1998).

62.       A. Yamazaki, Joon Myong Song, F. M. Winnik, and J. L. Brash, Synthesis and Solution Properties of Fluorescently-labelled Amphiphilic (N-Alkylacrylamide) Oligomers,  Macromolecules, 31, 109-115 (1998).

61.       S. T. A. Regismond, F. M. Winnik, and E. D. Goddard, Stabilization of Aqueous Foams by Polymer/surfactant Systems: Effect of Surfactant Chain Length, Colloids and Surfaces, A, 141, 165-171 (1998).

60.    F. M. Winnik, A. Morneau, A. M. Mika, R. F. Childs, A. Roig, E. Molins, And R. F. Ziolo, Membrane-Mediated Synthesis of Nanocrystalline Ferrihydrite using Novel Composite Ion-Exchange Membranes, Can. J. Chem., 76, 10-17 (1998).

59.    T. C. Barros, A. Adronov,F. M. Winnik, andC. Bohne, Quenching Studies of                 Hydrophobically-modified Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamides, Langmuir, 13, 6089-6094 (1997).

58.    S.T.A. Regismond, K. D. Gracie,F. M. Winnik, and E. D. Goddard, Polymer/surfactant Complexes at the Air/water Interface Detected by a Simple Measure of Surface Viscoelasticity, Langmuir , 13, 5558-5562 (1997).

57.    A. Polozova,F. M. Winnik, Mechanism of the Interactions of Liposomes with Hydrophobically-modified poly-(N-isopropylacrylamides), Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1326, 213-228 (1997).

56.  F. M. Winnik, S. T. A. Regismond, and E. D. Goddard, Interactions of an Anionic Surfactant with a Fluorescent Dye Labelled Hydrophobically-Modified Cationic Cellulose Ether Langmuir13, 141-143 (1997).

55.    S. T. A. Regismond,  F. M. Winnik,, and E. D. Goddard, Surface Viscoelasticity in Mixed Polycation/Anionic Surfactant Systems Studied by a Simple Test, Colloids Surfaces A: Physicochem. Eng. Aspects, 119, 221-228 (1996).

54.    E. Kroll,F. M. Winnik, and R. F. Ziolo, In-Situ Preparation of Nanocrystalline g-Fe2O3 in Iron(II) Crosslinked Alginate Gels., Chem. Materials, 8, 1594-1596 (1996).

53.    F. M. Winnikand S. T. A. Regismond, Fluorescence Methods in the Study of Surfactants with Polymers, Colloids Surfaces A: Physicochem. Eng. Aspects, 118, 1-39 (1996).

52.   T. Bohanon, G. Elender, W. Knoll, P. Koberle, J.-S. Lee, A. Offenhausser, H. Ringsdorf, E. Sachmann, J. Simon, G. Tovar, and F. M. Winnik,Neural Cell Pattern Formation on Glass and Oxidized Silicon Surfaces with Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamide),  J. Biomater. Sci. Polymer Edn, 8, 19-39 (1996).

6.         F. M. Winnik J. P. Carver, and J. J. Krepinsky, Synthesis of Model Oligosaccharides of

51.    F. M. Winnik, S. Regismond, and E. D. Goddard, Interactions of Cationic Surfactants with a Hydrophobically Modified Cationic Cellulose Polymer: a Study by Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Colloids Surfaces A: Physicochem. Eng. Aspects,106, 243-247 (1996).

50.    M Asano, F. M. Winnik, T. Yamashita, and K. Horie, Fluorescence Studies of Labeled Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) Gels and Polymers in Mixed Water/Methanol Solutions, Macromolecules, 28, 5861-5866 (1995).

49.    F. M. Winnik, A. Morneau, R. F. Ziolo, H. D. H. Stöver, and W.-H. Li, Template-controlled Synthesis of Superparamagnetic Goethite within Macroporous Polymeric Microspheres, Langmuir,11, 3660-3666 (1995).

48.    F. M. Winnik, A. Adronov, and H. Kitano, Pyrene-Labelled Amphiphilic Poly(N-isopropylacrylamides) Prepared by using a Lipophilic Radical Initiator: Synthesis, Solution Properties, and Interactions with Liposomes, Can. J. Chem., 73, 2030-2040 (1995).

47.    H. Ringsdorf, E. Sackmann, J. Simon, andF.M. Winnik, Synergetic Interactions of Liposomes with Hydrophobically-modified Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamides): An Attempt to Model the Cytoskeleton, Biochem. Biophys. Acta.,1153, 335-344 (1994).

46.    F.M. Winnik,M.F. Ottaviani, S.H. Bossman, W. Pan, M. Garcia-Garibay, N.J. Turro, Phase Separation of Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamide in Water): A Spectroscopic Study of a Polymer Tagged with a Fluorescent Dye and a Spin Label, J. Phys. Chem.,97, 12998-13005 (1993).

45.    F.M. Winnik, M.F. Ottaviani, S.H. Bossman, M. Garcia-Garibay, N.J. Turro, Co-nonsolvency of Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamide): A Look at Spin-Labelled Polymers in Mixtures of Water and Tetrahydrofuran,  Macromolecules,26, 4577-4585 (1993).

44.    F.M. Winnik, M.F. Ottaviani, S.H. Bossman, M. Garcia-Garibay, N.J. Turro, Co-nonsolvency of Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamide) in Mixed Water-Methanol Solutions: a Look at Spin Labelled Polymers, Macromolecules,25, 6007 (1992).

43.    H. Ringsdorf, J. Simon, F.M. Winnik, Hydrophobically-modified Poly-N-isopropylacrylamides) in water: a Look by Fluorescence at the Heat-Induced Phase Transition, Macromolecules,25, 7306 (1992).

42.    F.M. Winnik, A.R. Davidson, D.F. Rutland, Colourless Fluorescent Nanoparticles for Transparencies, Xerox Disclosure Journal,17, 161-162 (1992).

41.    H. Ringsdorf, J. Simon, and F.M. Winnik, Hydrophobically-modified Poly-N-isopropylacrylamides in Water: Probing of the Microdomains Composition by Non-radiative Energy Transfer, Macromolecules,25, 5353 (1992).

40.    F.M. Winnik, A.R. Davidson, G.K. Hamer, and H. Kitano, Amphiphilic Poly-N-Isopropylacrylamies Prepared by using a Lipophilic Radical Initiator: Synthesis and Solution Properties in Water, Macromolecules,25, 1876 (1992).

39.    F.M. Winnik, N. Tamai, J. Yonezawa, Y. Nishimura, and I. Yamazaki, The Temperature-induced Phase Transition of Pyrene-labelled Hydroxypropyl Cellulose in Water: Picosecond Fluorescence Studies, J. Phys. Chem.96, 1967-1972 (1992).

38.    P.M. MacDonald, J.R. Rydall, S.C. Kuebler, and F.M. Winnik, Synthesis and Characterization of a Homologous Series of Amphoteric Surfactants Based on Phosphocholine, Langmuir,7, 2602-2606 (1992).

37.    H. Ringsdorf, J. Venzmer, andF.M. Winnik, Fluorescence Studies of Hydrophobically-modified Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamides) or How to Play Accordion on a Liposome, Macromol. Chem., Macromol. Symp.,46, 427-431 (1991).

36.    H. Ringsdorf, J. Venzmer, and F.M. Winnik, Interaction of Hydrophobically-Modified Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamides) and Model Membranes or How to Play Accordion on a Liposome?, Angew. Chemie, Int. Ed. Engl.,30, 315-318 (1991).

35.    F.M. Winnik, H. Ringsdorf, and J. Venzmer, The Interactions of Surfactants with Hydrophobically-modified Poly-(N-Isopropylacrylamides):  2. Fluorescence Label Experiments, Langmuir,7, 912-917 (1991).

34.    F.M. Winnik, H. Ringsdorf, and J. Venzmer, The Interactions of Surfactants with Hydrophobically-modified Poly-(N-Isopropylacrylamides):  1. Fluorescence Probe Experiments, Langmuir,7, 905-911 (1991).

33.    F.M. Winnik, M.A. Winnik, H. Ringsdorf, and J. Venzmer, Di-(1-Pyrenylmethyl)-ether as an Excimer-forming Probe of Hydrophobically-modified poly-(N-isopropylacrylamides) in Water, J. Phys. Chem.,95, 2583-2587 (1991).

32.    H. Ringsdorf, J. Venzmer, and F.M. Winnik, Fluorescence Studies of Hydrophobically-modified poly-(N-isopropylacrylamides), Macromolecules,24, 1678-1686 (1991).

31.    F.M. Winnikand M.A. Winnik, The Interaction of Sodium Dodecylsulfate with (Hydroxypropyl) Cellulose, Polym. J.,22 (6), 482-488 (1990).

30.    M.S. A. Abdel-Mottaleb, M.Y. El-Kady, R.O. Loutfy, and F.M. Winnik, Flexible Styryl Coumarin Fluorescence Probe for Polymerization, J. Photochem. Photobiol., A,53 (3), 387-396 (1990).

29.    F.M. Winnik, Phase Transition of Aqueous Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamide) Solutions: A Study by Non-Radiative Energy Transfer, Polymer,31, 2125-2134 (1990).

28.    F.M. Winnik, H. Ringsdorf, and J. Venzmer, Methanol-Water as a Co-Nonsolvent for Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamide), Macromolecules,23, 2415-1416 (1990).

27.    F.M. Winnik, B. Keoshkerian, J.R. Fuller, and P.G. Hofstra, New Water-dispersible Silica-based Pigments.  Synthesis and Characterization, Dyes and Pigments,14, 101-112 (1990).

26.    F.M. Winnik, Quenching of Fluorescence from Pyrene-Labelled Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamide) Solutions Heated Above their LCST, Macromolecules,23, 233-242 (1990).

25.    F.M. Winnik, Interaction of Fluorescent Dye Labelled Hydroxypropyl Cellulose with Non-ionic Surfactants, Langmuir,6, 522-524 (1990).

24.    F.M. Winnik, Fluorescence Studies of Aqueous Solutions of Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamide) Below and Above Their LCST, Macromolecules,23, 233-242 (1990).

23.    M.A. Winnikand F.M. Winnik, Fluorescence Studies of the Interaction of Hydrophobically-modified Neutral Water-soluble Polymers with Surfactants, Applied Fluorescence Technology,1, 11-15 (1989).

22.    F.M. Winnik, Association of Hydrophobic Polymers in H2O and D2O: Fluorescence Studies with Hydroxypropyl Cellulose, J. Phys. Chem.,93, 7452-7457 (1989).

21.    F.M. Winnikand A.J. Paine, Dispersion Polymerization of Styrene in Polar Solvents.  Characterization of Stabilizer in Ordinary and Precipitated Particles by Fluorescence Quenching, Langmuir,5, 903 (1989).

20.    T. Ikeda, H. Itakura, C. Lee, F.M. Winnik, and S. Tazuke, Topochemical Photodimerization in Polymer Liquid Crystals, Macromolecules,21, 3636 (1988).

19.    F.M. Winnik, Association of Hydrophobic Polymers in Water; Fluorescence Studies with Labelled Hydroxypropyl Cellulose, Macromolecules,22, 3536 (1989).

18.    F.M. Winnik, Curious New Emissive Complex between Pyrene and N-alkylpyridinium Halides in Methanol, Chem. Phys. Letters,146, 143 (1988).

17.    A.J. Paine, F.M. Winnik, and V. Bocking, Mechanism of Accelerated Photofading of Thioether Anthraquinone Dyes in Styrene Butadiene Resins, J. Appl. Polym. Science,36, 1205-1219 (1988).

16.    C. Harker and F.M.Winnik, The Preparation and Characterization of New Thioanthraquinone Dyes, Dyes and Pigments,9, 243-259 (1988).

15.    F.M. Winnik, Effect of Temperature on Aqueous Solutions of Pyrene-Labelled Hydroxypropyl Cellulose, Macromolecules,20, 2745 (1987).

14.    I. Yamazaki,F.M. Winnik, M.A. Winnik, S. Tazuke, Excimer Formation in Pyrene-Labelled Hydroxypropyl Cellulose: Pico-Second Fluorescence Studies, J. Phys. Chem.,91, 4213 (1987).

13.    F.M. Winnikand C.K. Ober, Coloured Particles by Dispersion Polymerization, European Polym. J.,23, 617 (1987).

12.    F.M. Winnik, M.A. Winnik, S. Tazuke, and C.K.Ober, Synthesis and Characterization of Pyrene-Labelled Hydroxypropyl Cellulose and its Fluorescence in Solution, Macromolecules,20, 38 (1987).

11.    F.M. Winnik, M.A. Winnik, and S. Tazuke, Interaction of Hydroxypropyl Cellulose with Aqueous Surfactants.  Fluorescence Probe Studies and a Look at Pyrene-Labelled Polymer, J. Phys. Chem.,91, 594 (1987).

10.    P.Yatesand F. M. Winnik, Bridged Ring Steroids 3. The synthesis of Bridged Steroids with Bicyclo[2.2.1]Heptane Ring-B Systems, Can. J. Chem.,63, 2501-2506 (1985).

9.      F. M. Winnik and P. Yates, 13C NMR Spectra of Bridged Steroids and Related Compounds, Magn. Res. Chem.,23, 822-827 (1985).

8.      J. R. Brisson, F. M.Winnik, and J. J. Krepinsky, Complete Assignment of the 360 MHZ 1H NMR Spectra of some Oligomannosides. J. Carb. Chem.,2, 41-56 (1983).

7.      F. M. Winnik, J. P. Carver, and J. J. Krepinsky, Synthesis of Model Oligosaccharides of Biological Significance. 3. Synthesis of  C-13 Labelled Trimannosides, J. Lab. Comp. Rad.,20, 983-989 (1983).



6.      F. M. Winnik J. P. Carver, and J. J. Krepinsky, Synthesis of Model Oligosaccharides of Biological Significance. 2. Synthesis of a Tetramannoside and of Two Lyxose-containing Trimannosides, J. Org. Chem.47, 2701-2707 (1982).

5.      F. M. Winnik J. P. Carver, and J. J. Krepinsky, Synthesis of Model Oligosaccharides of Biological Significance. 1. Synthesis of Methyl 3,6-di-O-(-D-mannopyranosyl)--D-mannopyranoside and the corresponding Mannobiosides, Carbohydr. Res. ,104, 15-28 (1982).

4.      J. P. Carver, A. A. Grey, F. M. Winnik., J. Hakimi, C. Ceccarini, and P. H. Atkinson, Determination of the Structure of Four Glycopeptides from the Hen Ovalbumin using 360 MHz Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Biochemistry,20, 6600-6606 (1981).

3.      P.Yatesand F. M. Winnik, Bridged Ring Steroids 2. The synthesis of Bridged Steroids with a Bicyclo[2.2.1]Heptngmuirane Ring A System, Can. J. Chem.,59, 1641-1650 (1981).

2.      F. M. Walliser and P.Yates, Bridged Ring Steroids with a Bicyclo[2.2.1]Heptane Ring-A System, J. Chem. Soc. , Chem. Communications. 1025-1026 (1979).

1.      P.Yatesand F. M. Walliser, The Synthesis of Steroids 2,4-Dienes with Acetylenes, Can. J. Chem.,54, 3508-3516 (1976).



Contributions à un ouvrage collectif et articles de revue

36.    A. Moquin, F. M. Winnik. D. Maysinger Separation Science: Principles and Applications for the analysis of bionanoparticles by asymmetrical flow field-flow fractionation (AF4) Methods Mol. Biol. 2013 991 325-41.

35.    B. Thierry, D. Ma, F. M. Winnik The design of polysaccharide multilayers for medical applications in: Multilayer Thin Films, G. Decher and J. B. Schlenoff, Editors,  Wiley-VCH, Darmstadt , 2012, 269- 280.

34.    Y.-K. Gong, F.M. Winnik, Strategies in biomimetic surface engineering of nanoparticles for biomedical applications Nanoscale, 2012, 4, 360-368.

33.    A. Moquin, F. M. Winnik, The use of field-flow fractionation for the analysis of drug and gene delivery systems in: Field-Flow Fractionation in Biopolymer Analysis, S. Kim, R. Williams, K. D. Calldwell, Editors, Springer Verlag Wien, 2012, 187-206

32.    M. Tiera, Q. Shi, F. M. Winnik, J. Fernandes, Polycation-based gene therapy: current knowledge and new perspectives Current Gene Therapy (2011) 11 288-306.

31.    V. Aseyev, H.Tenhu, F. M. Winnik, Nonionic thermoresponsive polymers in water, Adv. Pol. Sci, (2011) 242,  29-89.

30.    T. Koga, F. Tanaka, R. Motokawa, S. Koizumi, F.M. Winnik, Theoretical  modeling of hierarchically associated structures in hydrophobically modified PNIPAM aqueous solutions on the basis of a neutron scattering study, Macromolecular Symposia (2010).Vol 291-292(1), 177-185

29.    F. Tanaka, T. Koga, F. M. Winnik, Competitive Hydrogen Bonds and Cononsolvency of Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)s in Mixed Solvents of Water/Methanol, Prog. Colloids Pol. Sci,  (2009) 136, 1-7.

28.    S. Mansouri, F. M. Winnik, M. Tabrizian, Modulating the release kinetics through the control of the permeability of the layer-by-layer assembly: a review. Expert Opinion Drug Delivery (2009) 6(6) 585-597.

27.    X.P.Qiu, F. M. Winnik, Effect of topology on the properties of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) in water and in bulk, in Molecular Order and Mobility in Polymer Systems, Ed.: T. Birshtein, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, Macromolecular Symposia (2009).Vol 278,10-14

26.    F. M. Winnik,* D. Maysinger, Assessment of the issues related to the toxicity of quantum dots, in: Inorganic Nanoprobes for biological sensing and imaging, H. Mattoussi and J. Cheon, Eds; Artech House, Boston (2009) 133-154. (invited contribution)

25.    M. J. Tiera, F. M. Winnik, J. C. Fernandes, Synthetic and natural polycations for gene therapy: state of the art and new perspectives, Current Gene Therapy, 6, 59-71 (2006).

24.    V. Aseyev, H. Tenhu, F. M. Winnik, Temperature-dependence of the colloidal stability of neutral amphiphilic polymers in water, in: Self-organization of  amphiphilic copolymers in aqueous media, Advances in Polymer Sciences, A. R. Khokhlov, Ed.; Springer-Verlag GmbH, Heidelberg, Germany 196, 1-85 (2006) (invited contribution)

23.    P. Kujawa, F. M. Winnik, Self-assembly of neutral amphiphiles in water, in: Bottom–up nanofabrication: supramolecules, self-assemblies, and organized films, K. Ariga, Ed. American Scientific Publishers, Valencia, CA USA, (2007), Chapt 18.

22.    M. F. Francis, M. Piredda, F. M, Winnik, Hydroxypropyl cellulose in oral drug delivery. In ACS Symposium Series 934: Polysaccharides in Drug Delivery and , Pharmaceutical Applications, R. H. Marchessault, F. Ravenelle, Eds.; American Chemical Society, Washington DC USA, (2006) 57-78.

21.    J C. Fernandes, M. Freitas, F. M, Winnik, Chitosan nanoparticles for non-viral gene therapy. In ACS Symposium Series 934: Polysaccharides in Drug Delivery and , Pharmaceutical Applications, R. H. Marchessault, F. Ravenelle, Eds.; American Chemical Society, Washington DC USA, (2006),177-200.

20.    J C. Fernandes, M. Freitas, F. M. Winnik,  DNA-Chitosan nanoparticles for gene therapy: current knowledge and future trends, Nanotechnologies for the Lifesciences: Biological and Pharmaceutical Nanomaterials, C. Kumar, Ed.;  John Wiley & Sons, in press (2007).

19.    R. C. W. Liu, F. M, Winnik, Surface behavior of amphilphilic poly-(N-isopropylacrylamides of various architectures, in Stimuli-responsive polymeric films and coatings, ACS Symposium Series 912, M. W Urban, Editor, American Chemical Society, Washington DC, 107-121 (2005).

18.    M. F. Francis, M. Piredda, M. Cristea, F. M. Winnik, Synthesis and evaluation of hydrophobically-modified polysaccharides as vehicles for poorly-water soluble drugs, Polymeric Drug Delivery Volume I. Particulate Drug Carriers (ACS Symposium Series Vol 923) Svenson, S. Ed.; American Chemical Society, Washington DC, 55-66 (2005).

17.    E. Roux, M. F. Francis, F. M. Winnik, J. C. Leroux,  Stimuli-responsive liposome-polymer complexes: towards the design of intelligent drug carriers’ in Carrier Based Drug Delivery Systems, ACS Symposium Series 879, Stevenson, S. Ed.; American Chemical Society, Washington DC, 26-39 (2004)

16.    S. Gouin, M. V. Valencia Grayeb, F. M. Winnik, Gadolinium Diethylene-triaminepentaacetic acid/Hyaluronan Conjugates : Preparation, Properties, and Applications, in: Macromolecule-Metal Complexes, Macromolecular Symposia 186, A. Guiseppi-Elie, K. Levon, Eds. Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany,105-110. (2002).

15    F. M. Winnikand T. Principi, Responsive Polymer/liposome complexes: Design, Characterization and Applications, in Stimuli-Responsive Water Soluble Amphiphilic Polymers, ACS Symposium Series 780, C. L. McCormick, Ed. Washington DC, 277-297 (2001)

14.   F. M. Winnik, S. T. A. Regismond,  and D. F. Anghel, Fluorescent Labels: Versatile Tools for studying the Association of Amphiphile Polymers in Water, in “Associative Polymers in Aqueous Media”, J. E. Glass, Ed ACS Symposium Series No 765; American Chemical Society, Washington DC, 286- 297 (2000).

13.   F. M. Winnikand A. Polozova, Interactions of Amphiphilic Thermosensitive Polyelectrolytes with Liposomes,  in “Polyelectrolytes” I. Noda and E. Kokufuta, Eds. Yamada Science Foundation, Osaka, Japan, 253-258 (2000).

12    F. M. Winnik, and A. Polozova, The Interactions of Hydrophobically-modified Poly-N-(Isopropylacrylamide) with Liposomes, in “Molecular Interactions and Time-Space Organisation in Macromolecular Systems:. Y. Morishima, Ed. Springer-Verlag , Heidelberg, Germany, 141-150  (1999).

11.    S. T. A. Regismond, Y.-M. Heng, E. D. Goddard, andF. M. Winnik, Fluorescence Microscopy Observation of the Adsorption onto Hair of a Fluorescently-labeled Cationic Cellulose Ether, in “Polysaccharides  Applications: Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals” ACS Symposium Series 737, M. A. El-Nokaly, H. A. Soini, Eds.; American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, 276 - 286 (1999).

10.   F. M. Winnik, Elements of Polymer Science in Principles of Polymer Science and Technology in Cosmetics and Personal Care, E. D. Goddard and V. Gruber, Eds.: Marcel Dekker Inc. 1-50 (1999).

9.     F. M. Winnik, S. T. A. Regismond, Fluorescence Methods in the Study of Polymer-Surfactant Systems in Polymer-Surfactant Systems, J. C. T. Kwak, Ed.: Marcel Dekker Inc. 267-315 (1998).



8.     F. M. Winnik,V. Pillai,Hyaluronan-stabilized Colloidal Superparamagnetic Iron Oxides: Preparation and Characterization in Fourth International Workshop on Hyaluronan in Drug Delivery, Round Table Series 45, D. Willoughby, Ed.; The Royal Society of Medicine Press, Worcester, UK, 10-26 (1996).

7.     F. M. Winnik,Fluorescence Studies of Cellulose Ethers: Synthesis, Characterization, and Spectroscopic Properties of Labelled Polymers, "Hydrophilic Polymers: Performance with Environmental Acceptance," E.J. Glass, Ed., Advances in Chemistry Series 248, Am. Chem. Soc., Washington, D.C.,409-424 (1996)

6.     F.M. Winnik,Fluorescence Studies of Cellulose Ethers in Aqueous Solutions and in Films in Celluloses: in:  Cellulose and Cellulose Derivatives: Physico-chemical Aspects and Industrial Applications, J. F. Kennedy, G. O. Phillips, and P.A. Williams, Eds., Woodhead Publishing Ltd, Cambridge, UK. 345-354 (1995).

5.      H. Ringsdorf, J. Simon, andF.M. Winnik, Interactions of Hydrophobically modified Poly-(N-isopropylacrylamides) with Liposomes: Fluorescence Studies, in Colloid-Polymer Interactions, ACS Symposium Series, P. Dubin and P. Tong, Eds., Am. Chem. Soc., Washington, DC, 216-240 (1993).

4.     F.M. Winnik,Photophysics of Pre-associated Pyrene in Aqueous Polymer Solutions and in Other Organized Media, Chemical Reviews,93, 587-614 (1993).

3.     M.A. Winnikand F.M. Winnik, Fluorescence Studies of Polymer Association in Water, in Structure-Property Relations in Polymers: Spectroscopy and Performance, Advances in Chemistry Series 236, M.W. Urban and C.D. Craver, Eds., Am. Chem. Soc., Washington, DC, 485-505 (1993).

2.     F.M. Winnik,Applications of Fluorescence Spectroscopy to the Study of Polymer-Surfactant Interactions, in "Polymer-Surfactant Interactions", E.D. Goddard, and K. Ananthapadmanabhan, Eds., CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL, 367-394 (1992).

1.     F.M. Winnik, Fluorescence Studies of Hydrophobic Polymers in Water: Phase Transitions in Aqueous Poly-(N-Isopropylacrylamide) Solutions, in Photochemical Processes in Organized Molecular Systems, K. Honda, Ed. North-Holland, Elsevier Science Pub., Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 257-575, (1991).

Mes prix et distinctions

  • 2006 Prix Clara Benson, Institut de Chimie du Canada
  • 2009 Prix « Doolittle”, PMSE Division, American Chemical Society.
  • 2011 Prix de la Division des sciences et du génie macromoléculaires, Institut de Chimie du Canada
  • 2013 Prix international, Société des Sciences Polymériques, Japon