Sandrine Cammas-Marion

CNRS Researcher

Sandrine Cammas-Marion

Email : sandrine [dot] marion [dot] 1 [at] ensc-rennes [dot] fr

Phone : +33 (0) 2 23 23 81 09

Office number : ENSCR, Building C, Office 2.15

Professional Experiences

August 1993-June 1994: Post-doctoral position (Science and Technology Fellowship, STF7), Science University of Tokyo, Department of Materials Science and Research Institute for Biosciences, Prof. Kanuzori Kataoka. Japan.

“Synthesis and characterization of functional macromolecular micelles.”

July 1994-October 1995: Research Assistant Professor, Tokyo Women's Medical College & Science University of Tokyo, Prof. Teruo Okano & Prof. Kazunori Kataoka.

“Functional macromolecular micelles: drug loading and in vitro efficiency.”

October 1995-December 2000: CNRS researcher, UMR 7581 CNRS, France.

“Degradable polyesters: synthesis, characterization and applications in the biomedical field. "

January 2001-August 2003: CNRS researcher, UMR 8612 CNRS, France.

“Development of multifunctional degradable nanoparticles for the site-specific delivery of drugs.”

September 2003-June 2005: CNRS researcher, UMR 6509 CNRS, France.

“High throughput experiments applied to polymers’ synthesis.”

July 2005-December 2016: CNRS Researcher, ISCR UMR 6226 CNRS, National School of Chemistry of Rennes.

“Design of degradable polymers and formulation of drug nanocarriers.”

Since January 2017: CNRS researcher, ISCR UMR 6226 CNRS, National School of Chemistry of Rennes. (50%) and NuMeCan Institute, U-1241 Inserm - INRA - University of Rennes 1 (50%).

“Degradable and biocompatible nano-platforms for therapy and/or diagnosis: From the design of molecular and macromolecular materials to in vitro and in vivo assays.”

Education

1989: Diploma of Chemical Engineer from the « Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Rennes » (ENSCR) - France.

1990: Master II of Macromolecular Chemistry - University « Pierre et Marie Curie » (Paris VI) – Paris, France.

07/07/1993: PhD - University « Pierre et Marie Curie » (Paris VI) – Paris, France.

1993-1994: Post-doctorant, Science University of Tokyo - Japan.

10/23/2007: « Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches », University of Rennes 1, UMR 6226 CNRS, ENSCR, “Design of degradable polymers and formulation of drug delivery systems.”

Research Interests

Anionic ring-opening polymerization of b-substituted b-lactones in presence of functional initiators; Synthesis of poly(malic acid) derivatives; Chemical modifications; Functionalized (co)polyesters carrying molecules of interest (targeting agents, drugs, therapeutic genes, fluorescence probes, radionuclides, peptides, etc.); Characterizations of (co)polymers; Self-assembly of hydrophobic polymers and amphiphilic copolymers; Development of multifunctional biocompatible nanoparticles for therapy and/or diagnosis; Application in the context of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).

Administrative Activities

1989: Co-organization of the 2nd “Rencontres Chimiques de l’Ouest” (RCO), ENSCR.

1990: Co-organization of the XVI “Journées Ouest Interlab” (French Group of Studies and Applications of Polymers, GFP), ENSCR.

May 1993-June 1994: Head of the management committee of Sep-Doo-Soo-Kai which brings together European students in post-doc in Japan; in charge of relations between the members of this organization and the European delegation, coordination of meetings’ organization as well as the wellcome of new post-doctoral students (March 1994).

October 1993-December 1994: President of BIOSCOPE association, bringing together young researchers in biosciences in Japan; responsible of meetings’ organization and of contacts with the scientific attachés of the French Embassy and the CNRS representatives in Japan.

1994: Co-organization of the 1st Franco-Japanese symposium on "Drug Delivery Systems", Hakone (Japan).

1997: Organization of the conference "GFP-SFC Days: Polymers in Materials, in Solution Formulation and in the Environment", CNRS Center of Thiais (10/15 to 10/17/1997). Material, scientific and administrative organization, financial management of the conference.

From 1997 to 2000: In charge of implementing health and safety rules (ACMO) of the Polymer Research Laboratory (LRP) - Thiais.

2000: 1. Co-organization of the 1st National Meetings of Young Polymers (RNJP), Futuroscope, Poitiers (03/22 to 03/24/2000). Material, scientific and administrative organization. 2. Member of the scientific council of the annual congress of the GFP, Paris (11/21 to 11/23/2000).

2002-2003: Member of the specialist committee of the 33rd section (substitute) of Pierre and Marie Curie University - Paris.

2003: Co-organization of Ongoing Training "High Throughput Experimentation Preparation and rapid assessment in chemistry" - Rennes (12/8 to 12/11/2003).

2004-2010: 1. Projects coordinator for the UMR 6226 CNRS (ISCR) presented during the “Fête de la Science”. Interventions in schools and colleges of the Ille et Vilaine department. 2. Member of the Scientific and Technical Culture Commission (CCST) of the University of Rennes 1. 3. Member of the Scientific Council of the “Espace des Sciences de Rennes”.

2011: Co-organization of the 32nd GFP Days, West Section – ENSCR.

2014: Co-organization of the annual congress of the GFP - Saint Malo.

2012-2017: 1. Member of the CHSCT of the ENSCR. 2. External member of the 3MPL Doctoral School - Universities of Nantes, Angers and Le Mans.

Since 2019: Member of the Board of the UFR SPM - University of Rennes 1.

Scientific Expertise

2010, 2012: Scientific expertise of projects - AAP “Conseil Régional d’Aquitaine”.

2012, 2013: Scientific expertise of projects for laboratory equipment - AAP “Scientific Support”, University Nantes/Angers/Le Mans (PERS UNAM)

2013: Scientific expertise of projects - AAP LabEx LERMIT, Faculty of Pharmacy of Chatenay-Malabry (University of Paris Sud) & AAP "Science and Technology Center of Ukraine".

2014, 2015, 2016: Scientific expertise of projects - AAP Federal University of Toulouse (IDEX Toulouse)

2016: Evaluation of pre-projects and projects - AAP ANR.

2018, 2019: Project evaluation - AAP ANR. Scientific expertise of projects - AAP “Ligue contre le Cancer Régions Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes & Saône-et-Loire ».

Since 1995: Regular reviewer for international journals such as: Macromolecular Sciences, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Research, Journal Chemistry and Physics, Macromolecular Pharmaceutics, International Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Journal of Materials Chemistry B, Polymer Bulletin.

Books Chapters

1. "Site-specific drug carriers: polymeric micelles as high potential vehicles for biologically active molecules". S. Cammas, K. Kataoka, "Solvents and self-organization of polymers", 1995, S.E. Webber, P. Munk and Z. Tuzar (Eds.), NATO ASI Series, Serie E: Applied Sciences, 327, 83-113, 1995.

2. “Targeting Approaches." S. Cammas-Marion in "Nanotherapeutics – Drug Delivery Concept in Nanoscience." Pan Standford Publishing Pte. Ltd., World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., Singapore, Alf Lamprecht Ed., Chap. 3, 67-86, 2008.

3. “Selecting and designing polymers suitable for nanoparticle manufactoring.” S. Cammas-Marion. In “Polymer Nanoparticles for Nanomedicines. A guide for their Design, Preparation and Development.” Springer Int. Publ. Switzerlan 2016. Christine Vauthier & Gilles Ponchel Eds., Chap. 12, 343-379, 2016.

4. “Development of biocompatible and functional polymeric nanoparticles for site-specific delivery of radionuclides.” N. Lepareur, L. Leal E Costa, M. Bocqué, C. Blondelle, C. Ruello, M. Desjulets, N. Noiret, S. Cammas-Marion. In Innovative Radiopharmaceuticals in Oncology and Neurology, F. Kraeber-Bodéré, J. Barbet, M. Chérel and D. Guilloteau Eds., Lausanne: Frontiers in Medicine, 2017, 50-58.

Publications

 

A1-"Poly(b-malic acid alkyl esters) derivated from 4-alkyloxycarbonyl-2-oxetanones obtained via the ketene route". P. Ramiandrasoa, Ph. Guérin, J.P. Girault, Ph. Bascou,, A. Hammouda, S. Cammas, M. Vert, Polymer Bulletin , 30, 501-508, 1993.

A2-"Natural poly(L-malic acid) : NMR shows a poly(3-hydroxy acid)-type structure". S. Cammas, Ph. Guérin, J.P. Girault, E. Holler, Y. Gache, M. Vert, Macromolecules , 26, 4681-4684, 1993.

A3-"A novel synthesis of optically active 4-benzyloxy- and 4-alkyloxycarbonyl-2 oxetanones". S. Cammas, I. Renard, K. Boutault, Ph. Guérin, Tetrahedron Asymmetry , 4 (8), 1925-1930, 1993.

A4-"Poly(b-3-methylmalic acid) : A new degradable functional polyester with two stereogenic centers in the main chain". S. Cammas, I. Renard, J.P. Girault, P. Guérin, Polymer Bulletin, 33, 149-158, 1994.

A5-"4-Alkyloxycarbonyl-2-oxetanones with two stereogenic centers as precursor of malic acid alkyl esters polystereoisomers". S. Cammas, K. Boutault, F. Huet, Ph. Guérin, Tetrahedron Asymmetry, 5 (8), 1589-1597, 1994.

A6-"Heterobifunctional Poly(ethylene oxide) : Synthesis of a-methoxy-w-amino and a-hydroxy-w-amino PEOs with the same molecular weights". S. Cammas, Y. Nagasaki, K. Kataoka, Bioconjugate Chemistry , 6(2), 226-230, 1995.

A7-"Functional poly(ethylene oxide)-co-poly(b-benzyl-L-aspartate) polymeric micelles : block-copolymer synthesis and micelles formation". S. Cammas, K. Kataoka, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics , 196(6),1899-1905,1995.

A8-"Polystereoisomers with two stereogenic centers of malic acid 2-methylbutyl ester configurational structure/properties relationship". K. Boutault, S. Cammas, F. Huet, Ph. Guérin, Macromolecules, 28, 3516-3520, 1995.

A9-"Site-specific drug carriers: polymeric micelles as high potential vehicles for biologically active molecules". S. Cammas, K. Kataoka, "Solvents and self-organization of polymers", 1995, S.E. Webber, P. Munk and Z. Tuzar (Eds.), NATO ASI Series, Serie E: Applied Sciences, 327, 83-113, 1995.

A10-"Poly(ethylene oxide-co-b-benzyl-L-aspartate) block copolymers: Influence of the poly(ethylene oxide) block on the conformation of the poly(b-benzyl-L-aspartate) segment in organic solvents." S. Cammas, A. Harada, Y. Nagasaki, K. Kataoka, Macromolecules, 29 (9), 3227-3231, 1996.

A11-"Stabilized a-helix structure of poly(L-lysine)-block-poly(ethylene glycol) in aqueous midium through supramolecular assembly." A. Harada, S. Cammas, K. Kataoka, Macromolecules, 29(19), 6183-6188, 1996.

A12-"Poly(b-malic acid): obtaining of high molecular weights by improvment of the synthesis route." S. Cammas, I. Renard, V. Langlois, Ph. Guérin, Polymer, 37(18), 4215-4220, 1996.

A13-"Poly(b-3-methyl malic acid), an hydrolyzable polyester: access to tailor-made derivatives with defined configurational structures and study of in vitro compatibility." I. Renard, S. Cammas, V. Langlois, R. Bourbouze, Ph. Guérin, Polymer Preprints, 37(2), 137-138, 1996.

A14-“Site-specific drug delivery using thermoresponsive polymeric micelles.“ T. Aoyagi, K. Suzuki, S. Cammas, K. Kataoka, Y. Sakurai, T. Okano, Proc. Int. Symp. Controlled Release Bioact. Mater., 23, 389-390, 1996.

A15-"Polymers of malic acid conjugated with the 1-adamantyl moiety as lipophilic pendant group." L. Moine, S. Cammas, C. Amiel, Ph. Guérin, B. Sebille, Polymer, 38(12), 3121-3127, 1997.

A16-"Design of functional polymeric micelles as site-specific drug vehicles based on poly(a-hydroxy ethylene oxide-co-b-benzyl L-aspartate) block copolymers." S. Cammas, T. Mastumoto, T. Okano, Y. Sakurai, K. Kataoka, Materials Science and Engineering, C4, 241-247, 1997.

A17-"Chemoenzymatic synthesis of poly[(2R,3S) benzyl b-3-methylmalate]: b-methylaspartase as a versatile enzyme in the preparation of chiral precursor." M.M Béar, S. Cammas, V. Langlois, Ph. Guérin, C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris, 325(IIb), 165-172, 1997.

A18-"Thermo-responsive polymer nanoparticles with a core-shell structure as site specific drug carriers." S. Cammas, K. Suzuki, C. Sone, Y. Sakurai, K. Kataoka, T. Okano, J. Controlled Release, 48, 157-164, 1997.

A19-"New pH sensitive network: combination of an amphiphilic degradable polyester with a b-cyclodextrin copolymer." L. Moine, S. Cammas, C. Amiel, E. Renard, B. Sébille, Ph. Guérin, Macromolecular Symposium, 130, 45-52, 1998.

A20-"Clostridium tetanomorphum as as a biological auxiliary in the engineering of polyesters with a controlled architecture." M.M. Béar, S. Cammas, V. Langlois, Ph. Guérin, Polymer Preprints, 39(2), 104-105, 1998.

A21-"Polymers of malic acid and 3-alkylmalic acid as synthetical PHAs in the design of biocompatible hydrolyzable devices." S. Cammas, M.M. Béar, L. Moine, R. Escalup, G. Ponchel, K. Kataoka, Ph. Guérin, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 25, 273-282, 1999.

A22-"Functionalized and degradable polymers of malic acid stimulate bone repair." V. Jeanbat-Mimaud, C. Barbaud, J.P. Caruelle, D. Barritault, S. Cammas-Marion, V. Langlois, Ph. Guérin, C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris, t. 2, Série IIc, 393-401, 1999.

A23-"Functional and site-specific macromolecular micelles as high potential drug carriers." S. Cammas, T. Okano, K. Kataoka, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 16, 207-215, 1999.

A24-"Poly(b-malic acid) derivatives with non-charged hydrophilic lateral groups : synthesis and characterization." C. Barbaud, S. Cammas-Marion, Ph. Guérin, Polymer Bulletin, 43, 297-304, 1999.

A25-"New macromolecular micelles based on degradable amphiphilic block copolymers." S. Cammas, M.M. Béar, A. Harada, Ph. Guérin, K. Kataoka, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 201(3), 355-364, 2000.

A26-"4-Alkyloxycarbonyl-2-oxetanones and 3-alkyloxycarbonyl-2-oxetanones as versatile chiral precursors in the design of functionalized polyesters with controlled architecture."S. Cammas-Marion, Ph. Guérin, Designed Monomers and Polymers (DMP), 3(1), 77-93, 2000.

A27-"Design of malolactonic acid esters with a large spectrum of specified pendant groups in the engineering of biofunctional and hydrolyzable polyesters." S. Cammas-Marion, Ph. Guérin, Macromolecular Symposia, 153, 167-186, 2000.

A28-"Bioactive functionalized polymer of malic acid for bone repair and muscle regeneration." V. Jeanbat-Mimaud, C. Barbaud, J.P. Caruelle, D. Barritault, S. Cammas-Marion, V. Langlois, Ph. Guérin, Journal of Biomaterials Science, J. Biomater. Sci. Polymer Edn., 11(9), 979-991, 2000.

A29-"Macromolecular micelles as drug carriers. " S. Cammas-Marion, K. Kataoka, Actualité de Chimie Thérapeutique 2001, 27ème Série, Editions Scientifiques Médicales Elsevier – Paris, 77-100, 2001.

A30-"Synthesis and characterization of new malolactonate polymers and copolymers for biomedical applications.” R. Bizzarri, F. Chiellini, R. Solaro, E. Chiellini, S. Cammas-Marion, Ph. Guérin, Macromolecules, 35, 1215-1223, 2002.

A31-"New amphiphilic poly[(R,S)-b-malic acid-b-e-caprolactone] diblock copolymers by combining anionic and coordination – insertion ring-opening polymerization.” O. Coulembier, Ph. Degée, S. Cammas-Marion, Ph. Guérin, Ph. Dubois, Macromolecules, 35, 9896-9903, 2002.

A32-"Polymerization of propyl malolactonate in the presence of Candida rugosa lipase.” A.A. Panova, S. Taktak, S. Randriamahefa, S. Cammas-Marion, Ph. Guérin, D.L. Kaplan, Biomacromolecules, 4, 19-27, 2003.

A33-"Investigation of the degradation mechanisms of poly(malic acid) esters in vitro and their related cytotoxicities on J774 macrophages." M.E. Martinez Barbosa, S. Cammas, M. Appel, G. Ponchel, Biomacromolecules, 5, 137-143, 2004.

A34-"HTE and polymer synthesis : a short overview for newcomers", S. Cammas-Marion, O. Lavastre, http://www.e-polymers.org/paris, 3.”New tools and polymers characterization techniques”, 3.1 “Combinatorial approach and high throughput screening in polymer research”, Session 3.1.3 “Industrial case study”, 2004.

A35-"Synthesis and characterization of novel poly(g-benzyl L-glutamate) derivatives tailored for the preparation of nanoparticles of pharmaceutical interest." Ma. Elisa Martínez Barbosa, Véronique Montembault, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Gilles Ponchel, Laurent Fontaine, Polymer International, 56, 317-324, 2007.

A36-"Archaeosomes based on synthetic tetraether-like lipids as novel versatile gene delivery systems." G. Réthoré, T. Montier, T. Le Gall, P. Delépine, S. Cammas-Marion, L. Lemiègre, P. Lehn, T. Benvegnu, Chem Comm., 2054-2056, 2007.

A37-"Synthesis and ITC characterization of novel nanoparticles constituted by poly(g-benzyl L-glutamate)-b-cyclodextrin." Ma. Elisa Martínez Barbosa, Laurent Bouteiller, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Véronique Montembault, Laurent Fontaine,  Gilles Ponchel, Journal of Molecular Recognition; 21, 169–178, 2008

A38-"Targeting Approaches." S. Cammas-Marion in "Nanotherapeutics – Drug Delivery Concept in Nanoscience." Pan Standford Publishing Pte. Ltd., World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., Singapore, Alf Lamprecht Ed., Chap. 3, 67-86, 2008.

A39-"Archaeal lipids : Innovative Materials for Biotechnological Applications." T. Benvegnu, L. Lemiègre, S. Cammas-Marion, European Journal of Organic Chemistry, 28, 4725-4744, 2008.

A40-"Folate Pegylated Archaeal Lipids: Synthesis, Targeting and Transfection Evaluations." Céline Lainé, Emmanuel Mornet, Loïc Lemiègre, Tristan Montier, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Cécile Neveu, Nathalie Carmoy, Pierre Lehn, Thierry Benvegnu, Chem. Eur. J., 14, 8330-8340, 2008.

A41-"New generation of liposomes called archaeosomes based on natural or synthetic archaeal lipids a s innovative formulations for drug delivery." Thierry Benvegnu, Loïc Lemiègre, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Recent Patents on Drug Delivery & Formulation, 3(3), 206-220, 2009.

A42-"PEGylated degradable composite nanoparticles based on mixtures of PEG-b-poly(g-benzyl L-glutamate." Maria Elisa Martinez Barbosa, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Laurent Bouteiller, Christine Vauthier, Gilles Ponchel, Bioconjugate Chemistry, 20, 1490–1496, 2009.

A43- "Highly efficient gene transfer into hepatocyte-like HepaRG cells: new means for drug metabolism and toxicity studies." Véronique Laurent, Aurore Fraix, Tristan Montier, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Catherine Ribault, Thierry Benvegnu, Paul-Alain Jaffrès, Pascal Loyer, Biotechnology Journal, 5, 314-320, 2010.

A44- "Folate PEGylated archaeal lipids : cell targeting and gene delivery" Yvan Portier, Céline Lainé, Loïc Lemiègre, Tristan Montier, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Pierre Lehn, Thierry Benvegnu, Journal of Controlled Release, 148, e115-e116, 2010.

A45- “Metal Catalyzed Ring-Opening Polymerization of Benzyl Malolactonate:  A Synthetic Access to Copolymers of b-Benzyl Malolactonate and Trimethylene Carbonate” Marion Helou, Guillaume Moriceau, Zhi Wei Huang, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Sophie M. Guillaume, Polymer Chemistry, 2, 840-850, 2011.

A46- “Preparation and Characterization of Stealth Archaeosomes based on a Synthetic PEGylated Archaeal Tetraether LipidJulie Barbeau, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Pierrick Auvray, Thierry Benvegnu, Journal of Drug Delivery, Article ID 396068, 11 pages, 2011. Doi:10.1155/2011/396068,

A47- “New functional degradable and bio-compatible nanoparticles based on poly(malic acid) derivatives for site-specific anti-cancer drug delivery” Zhi Wei Huang, Véronique Laurent, Ghizlane Chetouani, Julia Y. Ljubimova, Eggehard Holler, Thierry Benvegnu, Pascal Loyer, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 423, 84-92, 2012.

A48- “Degradable and Biocompatible Nanoparticles Decorated with Cyclic RGD Peptide for Efficient Drug Delivery to Hepatoma Cells In Vitro.” Pascal Loyer, Wahib Bedhouche, Zhi Wei Huang, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 454, 727-737, 2013.

A49- “Natural and synthetic poly(malic acid)-based derivates: A family of versatile biopolymers for the design of drug nanocarriers.” Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Pascal Loyer, Journal of Drug Targeting, 22(7), 556-575, 2014.

A50- “Polyhydroxyalkanoate-based amphiphilic diblock copolymers as original biocompatible nanovectors.”G. Barouti, K. Jarnouen, S. Cammas-Marion, P. Loyer, S.M. Guillaume, Polymer Chemistry, 6(30), 5414-5429, 2015. Doi: 10.1039/C5PY00831J.

A51-“Development of biocompatible and functional polymeric nanoparticles for site-specific delivery of radionuclides.” N. Lepareur, L. Leal E. Costa, M. Bocqué, C. Blondelle, C. Ruello, M. Desjulets, N. Noiret, S. Cammas-Marion, Frontiers in Medicine, Section Nuclear Medicine, 2, Article 63, 2015. Doi: 10.3389/fmed.2015.00063.

A52-“Poly(trimethylene carbonate)/poly(malic acid) amphiphilic diblock copolymers as original biocompatible nanoparticles.” Ghislaine Barouti, Ali Khalil, Clement Orione, Kathleen Jarnouen, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Pascal Loyer, Sophie M. Guillaume. Chemistry. A European Journal., 22, 2819-2830, 2016. Doi: 10.1002/chem.201504824

A53-In vitro Toxicity Evaluation and in vivo Biodistribution of Polymeric Micelles Derived from Poly(ethylene glycol)-b-poly(benzyl malate) Copolymers.” Elise Vene, Kathleen Jarnouen, Zhi Wei Huang, Bedhouche Wahib, Tristan Montier, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Pascal Loyer. Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology, 4, 24-37, 2016.

A54-“Opsonisation of nanoparticles prepared from poly(b-hydroxy butyrate)- and poly(trimethylene carbonate)-b-poly(malic acid) amphiphilic diblock copolymers: Impact on the in vitro cell uptake by primary human macrophages and HepaRG hepatoma cells.” E. Vene, G. Barouti, K. Jarnouen, T. Gicquel, C. Rauch, C. Ribault, S.M. Guillaume, S. Cammas-Marion, P. Loyer. International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 513, 438-452, 2016. Doi: 10.1016/j.ijpharm.2016.09.048.

A55-“Optimization of lipase-catalyzed polymerization of benzyl malolactonate through a Design of Experiment (DoE) approach.” Hubert Casajus, Sylvain Tranchimand, Dominique Wolbert, Caroline Nugier-Chauvin, Sandrine Cammas-Marion. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 134 (11), 44604, 2016. Doi: 10.1002/APP.44604.

A56-“Selecting and designing polymers suitable for nanoparticle manufactoring.” Sandrine Cammas-Marion in “Polymer Nanoparticles for Nanomedicines. A guide for their Design, Preparation and Development.” Springer Int. Publ. Switzerlan 2016. Christine Vauthier & Gilles Ponchel Eds., Chap. 12, 343-379, 2016.

A57-Poly(malic acid) bearing Doxorubicin and N-Acetyl Galactosamine as a site-specific prodrugs for targeting HepatoCellular Carcinoma.” Nivishna Venkatraj, M.J. Nanjan, Pascal Loyer, M.J.N. Chandrashekar, Sandrine Cammas-Marion. Journal of Biomaterials Science: Polymer Edition, 28 (10–12), 1140-1157, 2017. Doi : 10.1080/09205063.2017.1311294.

A58- “Fine and Clean Photothermally Controlled NIR Drug Delivery from Biocompatible Nickel-bis(dithiolene)-Containing Liposomes.” Kenny Mebrouk, Mathieu Ciancone, Thomas Vives, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Thierry Benvegnu, Catherine Le Goff-Gaillard, Yannick Arlot-Bonnemains, Marc Fourmigué, Franck Camerel. ChemMedChem, 12, 1753-1758, 2017.

A59- “Development of biocompatible and functional polymeric nanoparticles for site-specific delivery of radionuclides.” N. Lepareur, L. Leal E Costa, M. Bocqué, C. Blondelle, C. Ruello, M. Desjulets, N. Noiret, S. Cammas-Marion, in Innovative Radiopharmaceuticals in Oncology and Neurology, F. Kraeber-Bodéré, J. Barbet, M. Chérel and D. Guilloteau Eds., Lausanne: Frontiers in Medicine, 2017, 50-58.

A60- “Biocompatible nanoparticles containing hydrophobic nickel-bis(dithiolene) complexes for NIR-mediated doxorubicin release and photothermal therapy.” Mathieu Ciancone, Kenny Mebrouk, Nathalie Bellec, Catherine Le Goff-Gaillard, Yannick Arlot-Bonnemain, Thierry Benvegnu, Marc Fourmigue, Franck Camerel, Sandrine Cammas-Marion. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 6, 1744-1753, 2018. DOI: 10.1039/C7TB03289G.

A61- “Reinvestigation of the Mechanism of Polymerization of b -Butyrolactone from 1,5,7-Triazabicyclo[4.4.0]dec-5-ene.S. Moins, C. Henoumont, J. De Winter, A. Khalil, S. Laurent, S. Cammas-Marion, O. Coulembier. Polymer Chemistry, 9, 1840-1847, 2018, Doi: 10.1039/C8PY00206A.

A62- “Cell Uptake and Biocompatibility of Nanoparticles Prepared from Poly(benzyl malate) (Co)polymers Obtained through Chemical and Enzymatic Polymerization in Human HepaRG Cells and Primary Macrophages.” H. Casajus, S. Saba, M. Vlach, E. Vène, C. Ribault, S. Tranchimand, C. Nugier-Chauvin, E. Dubreucq, P. Loyer, S. Cammas-Marion, N. Lepareur. Polymers, 10, 1244; 2018, Doi: 10.3390/polym10111244.

A63. “Organocatalysis Applied to the Ring-Opening Polymerization of β-Lactones: A Brief Overview.” A. Khalil, S. Cammas-Marion, O. Coulembier. Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 57, 657-672, 2019. Doi: 10.1002/pola.29322.

A64. “Photothermally Activable Theranostic Lipid Nanocarriers Adapted to Human Body Temperature.” Mathieu Ciancone, Nathalie Bellec, Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Aneline Dolet, Didier Vray, François Varray, Cathy Le Goff-Gaillard, Xavier Le Goff, Yannick Arlot-Bonnemains, Franck Camerel. Langmuir. In Press

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