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Highly cited research articles in Journal of Controlled Release: Commentaries and perspectives by authors

Highly cited research articles in Journal of Controlled Release: Commentaries and perspectives by authors

Peppas, Nicholas A., Duncan, Ruth, Wnek, Gary E., Hoffman, Allan E., Gao, Guang Hui, Kim, Sung Wan, Lee, Doo Sung, Hadjiargyrou, Michael, Touitou, Elka, Ainbinder, Denize, Mumper, Russell, Rolland, Alain, Niidome, Takuro, Labhasetwar, Vinod, Liu, Shi, Zhou, Guangyuan, Huang, Yubin, Xie, Zhigang, Jing, Xiabin, Csaba, Noemi, Alonso, Maria Jose, Ali, Omar, Mooney, David J., Lönn, Peter, Dowdy, Steven F., Feng, Si-Shen, Gao, Jinming, Lee, Eun Seong, Na, Kun, Bae, You Han, Zentner, Gaylen M., Kim, Hyesung, Yoo, Hyuk Sang, Nakayama, Masamichi, Okano, Teruo, Liao, Zi-Xian, Chuang, Er-Yuan, Hsiao, Chun-Wen, Sung, Hsing-Wen, Cabral, Horacio, Kataoka, Kazunori, Nair, Praful R., Discher, Dennis and Mitragotri, Samir (2014) Highly cited research articles in Journal of Controlled Release: Commentaries and perspectives by authors. Journal of Controlled Release, 190. pp. 29-74. ISSN 0168-3659 (doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jconrel.2014.07.012)

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Abstract

To celebrate the success of the Journal of Controlled Release and the research covered in the journal, here we highlight some of the most cited research articles in the history of the journal. Based on the literature search in Google Scholar in July 2013, we identified ~30 research articles that have received most number of citations. Authors of these articles were invited to provide a commentary on these articles. This compilation of commentaries gives a historical perspective and current status of research covered in these articles.

In September 2014 Journal of Controlled Release completes 30 years of its existence! Over these years, the journal has published pioneering research articles on various topics including drug release mechanisms, mathematical modeling, polymer microparticle design, non-parenteral drug delivery systems, targeted nanoparticles, gene and siRNA delivery, and biomaterials, among others. On this occasion of the 30th Anniversary, the Editors want to sincerely thank the authors for choosing Journal of Controlled Release as a platform to share their novel research findings. This commitment has taken the journal from its launch days to the leading journal in drug delivery as it stands today. To celebrate the success of the journal and the research covered in the journal, here we highlight some of the most cited research articles in the history of the journal. Based on the literature search in Google Scholar in July 2013, we identified ~ 30 research articles that received most citations. Authors of these articles were invited to submit a commentary that provides a historical perspective on the research article as well as an update on the current status of the research area described in the original article. Most authors responded enthusiastically and provided insightful commentaries, which are compiled here. The scope of topics covered by these commentaries is broad, from mathematical models to transformative therapeutic technologies. These commentaries attest to the wide range of research topics covered in the journal. A list of highly cited articles and their publication years is provided below in the order of their appearance in this section. Wherever multiple articles from the same author appear in the list, they have been combined into a single commentary.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: [1] Part 2. Commentary on dendrimers:Why dendrimers? Original Research Article: Relationship between structure and biocompatibility in vitro preliminary studies on the biodistribution of 125I-labelled polyamidoamine dendrimers (2000) - pages 32-34. Published in Journal of Controlled Release, Volume 190, 28 September 2014, Pages 29–30. 30th Anniversary Special Issue.
Uncontrolled Keywords: highly cited research articles, Journal of Controlled Release
Subjects: Q Science > Q Science (General)
Faculty / Department / Research Group: Faculty of Engineering & Science
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Last Modified: 14 Oct 2016 09:28
Selected for GREAT 2016: None
Selected for GREAT 2017: None
Selected for GREAT 2018: None
Selected for GREAT 2019: None
URI: http://gala.gre.ac.uk/id/eprint/12028

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