Peer-Reviewed Publication List


160. All-natural Oil-in-Water High Internal Phase Emulsions Featuring Interfacial Bilayer Stabilization

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159. Pickering Emulsions Stabilized by Aminated Gelatin Nanoparticles: Are Gelatin Nanoparticles Acting as Genuine Pickering Stabilizers or Structuring Agents?

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158. Development of pH-Responsive Emulsions Stabilized by Whey Protein Fibrils

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157. Polymer Coatings on Magnesium-based Implants for Orthopaedic Applications

156. Engineering Proteinaceous Colloidosomes as Enzyme Carrier for Efficient and Recyclable Pickering Interfacial Biocatalysis

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155. Bio-inspired Eggosomes with Dual Stimuli-responsiveness

154. Adaptive Morphology of Multicompartment Micelles Synthesized from Polymerization-Induced Self-Assembly Co-Mediated by a Binary Mixture of Macro-RAFT Agents

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153. Pickering Emulsions Stabilized by Biocompatible Particles: A Review of Preparation, Bioapplication and Perspective

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152. Pickering Emulsions Simultaneously Stabilized by Starch Nanocrystals and Zein Nanoparticles: Fabrication, Characterization and Application

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151. A Facile and Effective Approach for the Synthesis of Fluorinated Waterborne Polyurethanes with Good Hydrophobicity and Antifouling Properties

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150. Photo-Responsive Fluorosurfactant Enabled by Plasmonic Nanoparticles for Light-Driven Droplet Manipulation

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149. A Facile Evanescent-Field Imaging Approach for Monitoring Colloidal Gel Evolution Near a Surface

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148. Polysaccharide-based Pickering Emulsions: Formation, Properties and Applications

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147. Microrheology of Thermoresponsive Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) Microgel Dispersions Near a Substrate Surface

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146. Growth of Au Nanoparticles on Phosphorylated Zein Protein Particles Used as Biomimetic Catalysts for Cascade Reactions at the Oil-Water Interface

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145. A Green and Facile Strategy for Fabrication of All-Natural Porous Proteinaceous Microspheres

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144. Fortification of Edible Films with Bioactive Agents: A Review of Their Formation, Properties, and Application in Food Preservation

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143. Fortification of Edible Films with Bioactive Agents: A Review of Their Formation, Properties, and Application in Food Preservation

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142. One-Step Formation of Double Emulsions Stabilized by PNIPAM-based Microgels: The Role of Co-Monomer

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141. Sonochemical Effects on Formation and Emulsifying Properties of Zein-gum Arabic Complexes

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140. Edible High Internal Phase Pickering Emulsion with Double-Emulsion Morphology

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139. Pickering High Internal Phase Emulsions (HIPEs) Templated Super-hydrophobic-oleophilic Elastic Foams for Highly Efficient Oil/Water Separation

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138. Ultra-Stable Pickering Emulsion Stabilized by a Natural Particle Bilayer

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137. Identifying the Functional Groups Effect on Passivating Perovskite Solar Cells

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136. Green Preparation of Hydrogel Particles-in-emulsions for Simultaneous Enhancement of Humoral and Cell-mediated Immunity

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135. Anomalous Long-Range Attraction in Colloidal Binary Mixtures at Fluid-Fluid Interface

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134. Ultra-stable Aqueous Foams Induced by Interfacial Co-assembly of Highly Hydrophobic Particles and Hydrophilic Polymer

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133. Investigation of the Stability in Pickering Emulsions Preparation with Commercial Cosmetic Ingredients

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132. Naphthalimide-based Aggregation Induced Emissive Polymeric Hydrogels for Fluorescent Pattern Switch and Biomimetic Actuator

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131. Pickering Emulsions: Versatility of Colloidal Particles and Recent Applications

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130. Sodium Caseinate as a Particulate Emulsifier for Making Indefinitely Recycled pH-Responsive Emulsions

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129. Inverse Pickering Emulsion Stabilized by Binary Particles with Contrasting Characteristics and Functionality for Interfacial Biocatalysis

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128. Poly(L-lactic acid) (PLLA)/MgSO4·7h4O Composite Coating on Magnesium Substrates for Corrosion Protection and Cytocompatibility Promotion

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127. A Smart Route for Encapsulating Pd Nanoparticles into a ZIF-8 Hollow Microsphere and Their Superior Catalytic Properties

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126. Facile Preparation of A Fluorine-free, Robust, Superhydrophobic Coating through Dip Coating Combined with Non-solvent Induced Phase Separation (Dip-coating-NIPS) Method

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125. Particle-Stabilized Interfaces and Their Interactions at Interfaces

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124. Microgel Particles at Interfaces: Phenomena, Principles, and Opportunities in Food Sciences

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123. Probing Sol-Gel Matrices and Dynamics of Star PEG Hydrogels Near Overlap Concentration

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122. Protein-Based Pickering High Internal Phase Emulsions as Nutraceutical Vehicles of and the Template for Advanced Materials: A Perspective Paper

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121. Poly(l-lactic acid) (PLLA) Coatings with Controllable Hierar- chical Porous Structures on Magnesium Substrate: An Evaluation of Corrosion Behavior and Cytocompatibility

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120. Measurements of Particle–Surface Interactions in Both Equilibrium and Nonequilibrium Systems

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119. Synthesis of structured hollow microspheres with sandwich-like hybrid shell of RGO/Pd/m-SiO2 for highly efficient catalysis

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118. Hydrophobized nanocomposite hydrogel microspheres as particulate stabilizers for water-in-oil emulsions

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117. Correlating the effect of co-monomer content with responsiveness and interfacial activity of soft particles with stability of corresponding smart emulsions

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131. Pickering Emulsions: Versatility of Colloidal Particles and Recent Applications

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116. Development of a Novel Biodegradable and Anti-bacterial Polyurethane Coating for Biomedical Magnesium Rods

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115. Controlled Synthesis of Metal-Organic Frameworks Coated with Noble Metal Nanoparticles and Conducting Polymer for Enhanced Catalysis

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114. Hybrid Fracture Fixation Systems Developed for Orthopaedic Application, A General Review

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113. Near-surface microrheology reveals dynamics and viscoelasticity of soft matter

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112. Biodegradable Poly(l-lactic acid) (PLLA) Coatings Fabricated from Nonsolvent Induced Phase Separation for Improving Corrosion Resistance of Magnesium Rods in Biological Fluids

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111. All-Silica Submicron Colloidosomes for Cargo Protection and Tunable Release

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110. Submicron Inverse Pickering Emulsions for Highly Efficient and Recyclable Enzymatic Catalysis

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109. Hybrid Nanodiamond Quantum Sensors Enabled by Volume Phase Transitions of Hydrogels

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108. An innovative Mg/Ti Hybrid Fixation System Developed for Fracture Fixation and Healing Enhancement at Load-Bearing Skeletal Site

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107. Measuring the Interactions between Protein-Coated Microspheres and Polymer Brushes in Aqueous Solutions

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106. Diffusion and Binding of Laponite Clay Nanoparticles into Collagen Fibers for the Formation of Leather Matrix

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105. Comparing the Relative Interfacial Affinity of Soft Colloids with Different Crosslinking Densities in Pickering Emulsions

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104. Hierarchical Porous Protein Scaffold Templated from High Internal Phase Emulsion Costabilized by Gelatin and Gelatin Nanoparticles

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103. Emulsions Stabilized by pH-responsive PNIPAM-based Microgels: Effect of Spatial Distribution of Functional Carboxylic Groups on the Emulsion Stability

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102. Dynamic Supramolecular Hydrogels: Regulating Hydrogel Properties through Self-Complementary Quadruple Hydrogen Bonds and Thermo-Switch

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101. Removing the Effect of Blooming from Potential Energy Measurement by Employing Total Internal Reflection Microscopy Integrated with Video Microscopy

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100. Interconnected Macroporous 3D Scaffolds Templated from Gelatin Nanoparticle-Stabilized High Internal Phase Emulsions for Biomedical Applications

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99. Shear-Assisted Fabrication of Block Copolymer Agglomerates with Various Morphologies in Viscous Medium

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98. Gelatin Particle-Stabilized High-Internal Phase Emulsions for Use in Oral Delivery Systems: Protection Effect and in Vitro Digestion Study

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97. Long-range Interactions between Protein-Coated Particles and POEGMA Brush Layers in a Serum Environment

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