Mohammad Mahmoudzadeh

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Hydrophobically modified chitosan-based polymeric micelles (CBPMs) are formed through self-aggregation of chitosan amphiphilic derivatives. Their core-shell structure, diversity and the fact that all of their properties are adjustable through reconciling the interactions among their three main constituents: chitosan, hydrophilic segment and hydrophobic(More)
—Inspecting how robustly and safely the roads are built in order to develop better methods for both design and quality control of materials is an important task in road engineering. In this research we studied the potential of full-wave model of Lambot et al. 2004 for far-field ground-penetrating radar (GPR) configuration in order to retrieve the physical(More)
Chitosan-based polymeric micelles (CBPMs) are considered as promising carriers for delivery of anticancer drugs, imaging agents and genes. To optimize the physicochemical, pharmaceutical and biological properties of CBPMs, the molecular mechanisms behind the self-assembly behavior of chitosan (CHI) amphiphilic derivatives are elucidated. This study has two(More)
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