Xiaojun Ma    Professor

Prof. Xiaojun Ma earned his Bachelor degree at Jilin University in 1982. From 1989-1993, he worked as a Visiting Scholar at University of Toronto. Since 1993, he has been a professor at the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics. He has applied for more than 100 patents, published more than 200 articles, and has 12 monographs.


Featured Publications

1. Ren Y., Lou R., Liu X., Gao M., Zheng H., Yang T., Xie H., Yu W., Ma X., A self-healing hydrogel formation strategy via exploiting endothermic interactions between polyelectrolytes, Chem. Comm., 2016, 52(37), 6273-6276.

2. Song Y.Z., Zhang D.M., Lv Y., Guo X., Lou R.Y., Wang S.J., Wang X.L., Yu W.T., Ma X.J., Microfabrication of a tunable collagen/alginate-chitosan hydrogel membrane for controlling cell-cell interactions, Carbohyd. Polym., 2016, 153, 652-662.

3. Liu X., Xie H., Zheng H., Ren Y., Wang S., Tan M., Sun G., Wang B., Yu W., Ma X., In-situ grafting MPEG on the surface of cell-loaded microcapsules for protein repellency, Int. J. Polym. Mater., 2016, 65(4), 163-167.

4. Song Y.Z., Zheng G.S., Zhang D.M., Lv Y., Li N., Wang X.L., Yu W.T., Ma X.J., Fabrication of a tunable hydrogel membrane for constructing indirect cell co-culture system, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2016, DOI: 10.1002/app.43100.

5. Zheng G.S., Zheng H.Z., Xie H.G., Liu X.D., Yu W.T., Ma X.J., The cause and influence of sequentially assembling higher and lower deacetylatedchitosans on the membrane formation of microcapsule, J. Biomed. Mater. Res. A, 2016, 104 (1), 257-263.

6. Ren Y., Xie H.G., Liu X.D., Bao J., Yu W.T., Ma X.J., Comparative investigation of the binding characteristics of poly-l-lysine and chitosan on alginate hydrogel, Int. J. Biol.  Macromol., 2016, 84,135-141.

7. Zhang D.M., Song Y.Z., Wang Y., Liu X.D., Yu W.T., Ma X.J., Insight of siRNA release from chitosan nanoparticles with in vitro simulated solution containing lysozyme, J. Pharm. Sci., 2016, 105, 301-307.

8. Gao M., Song H.Y., Zheng H.Z., Ren Y., Li S., Liu X.D., Yu W.T., Ma X.J., Culture of low density E. coli cells in alginate–chitosan microcapsules facilitates stress resistance by up-regulating luxS/AI-2 system, Carbohyd. Polym., 2016, 141, 160-165.

9. Gao M., Song H.Y., Liu X.D., Yu W.T., Ma X.J., Improved quorum sensing capacity by culturing Vibrio harveyi in microcapsules, J. Biosci. Bioeng., 2016, 121(4), 406-412.

10. Lv Y., Zhang J.B., Wu H., Zhao S., Song Y.Z., Wang S.J., Wang B., Lv G.J., Ma X.J.,  Protease inhibition strategy based on acceleration of autolysis, Chem. Commun., 2015, 51(27), 5959-5962.

11. Ma X.J. etc., Microcapsules and artificial organs, Chemical industry press, December 2002, ISBN 7-5025-4367-8.