(1) Amiji, M. and Park, K. Surface modification of polymeric biomaterials with poly(ethylene oxide): a steric repulsion approach. In Shalaby, S.W., Ikada, Y., Langer, R., and Williams, J. (Eds.) Polymers of Biological and Biomedical Significance. American Chemical Society Symposium Series Publication, Volume 540. American Chemical Society, Washington, DC. 1994, pp 135-146.
(2) Amiji, M. and Park, K. Surface modification of polymeric biomaterials with poly(ethylene oxide), albumin, and heparin for reduced thrombogenicity. In Cooper, S.L., Bamford, C.H., and Tsuruta, T. (Eds.) Polymer Biomaterials: In Solution, as Interfaces, and as Solids. VSP, The Netherlands. 1995, pp 535-552.
(3) Amiji, M., Kamath, K., and Park, K. Albumin-modified biomaterial surfaces for reduced thrombogenicity. In Wise, D.L., Altobelli, D.E., Grasser, J.D., Shwartz, E.R., Trantolo, D.J., and Yaszemski, M. (Eds.) Encyclopedic Handbook of Biomaterials and Bioengineering – Part B Applications. Volume II. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, NY. 1995, pp 1057-1070.
(4) Amiji, M.M. Surface modification of chitosan to improve blood compatibility. In Pandalai, S.G. (Eds.). Recent Research Developments in Polymer Science, Volume III. Transworld Research Network, Trivandrum, India. 1999, pp 31-39.
(5) Hejazi, R. and Amiji, M. Chitosan-based delivery systems: physicochemical properties and pharmaceutical applications. In Dumitriu, S. (Eds.). Polymeric Biomaterials. Second Edition, Revised and Expanded. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, NY. 2001, Chapter 10, pp 213-238.
(6) Kaul, G. and Amiji, M. Polymeric gene delivery systems. In. Wise, D.L., Hasirci, V., Lewandrowski, K.-U., Yaszemski, M.J., Altobelli, D.W., and Trantolo, D.J. (Eds.). Tissue Engineering and Novel Delivery Systems. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, NY. 2004, Chapter 16, pp 333-367.
(7) Kommareddy, S. and Amiji, M. Targeted drug delivery to tumor cells using colloidal carriers. In Lu, D.R. and Oie, S. (Eds.).Cellular Drug Delivery: Principles and Practice. Humana Press, Inc., Totowa, NJ. 2004, Chapter 10, pp 181-215.
(8) Kaul, G. and Amiji, M.M. Protein nanospheres for gene delivery. In Amiji, M.M. (Ed.) Polymeric Gene Delivery: Principles and Applications. CRC Press, LLC. Boca Raton, FL. 2004, Chapter 27, pp. 429-447.
(9) Kommareddy, S., Shenoy, D.B., and Amiji, M.M. Gelatin nanoparticles and their biofunctionalization. In Kumar, C. (Ed.).Nanotechnologies for the Life Sciences, Volume 2: Biological and Pharmaceutical Nanomaterials. Wiley-VCH, Berlin, Germany. 2005, Chapter 11, pp. 330-353.
(10) Bhavsar, M.D., Shenoy, D.B., and Amiji, M.M. Nanoparticles for delivery in the gastrointestinal tract. In Torchilin, V.P. (Ed.).Nanoparticulates as Drug Carriers. Imperial College Press, London, United Kingdom, 2006, Chapter 26, pp 609-648.
(11) Shenoy, D.B. and Amiji, M.M. An overview of condensing and non-condensing polymeric systems for gene delivery. In Friedmann, T. and Rossi, J (Eds.). Gene Transfer: Delivery and Expression of DNA and RNA – A Laboratory Manual. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. 2007, Chapter 34, pp 395-403.
(12) Kommareddy, S. and Amiji, M.M. Protein nanospheres for gene delivery: preparation and in vitro transfection studies with gelatin nanoparticles. In Friedmann, T. and Rossi, J. (Ed.). Gene Transfer: Delivery and Expression of DNA and RNA – A Laboratory Manual. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. 2007, Chapter 52, pp 527-540.
(13) Kommareddy, S., Shenoy, D.B., and Amiji, M.M. Long-circulating polymeric nanocarriers for drug and gene delivery in cancer. In Amiji, M.M. (Ed.). Nanotechnology for Cancer Therapy. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 2007, Chapter 13, pp 231-242.
(14) Tiwari, S.B. and Amiji, M.M. Nanoemulsions for tumor targeted drug delivery. In Amiji, M.M. (Ed.). Nanotechnology for Cancer Therapy. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 2007, Chapter 35, pp 723-739.
(15) Iftemia, N., Amiji, M.M., and Iftemia, I. and Nanotechnology applications in cancer diagnosis and therapy. In Yih, T.C. and Talpasanu, I. (Ed.). Micro and Nano Manipulations for Biomedical Applications. Springer Publishing, New York, NY, 2008, Chapter 2, pp 13-41.
(16) Magadala, P., van Vlerken, L.E. Shahiwala, A., and Amiji, M.M. Multifunctional polymeric nanosystems for tumor-targeted delivery. In Torchilin, V.P. (Ed.). Multifunctional Pharmaceutical Nanocarriers. Springer Publishing, New York, NY 2008, Chapter 2, pp 33-64.
(17) Nagesha, D., Devalapally H.K., Sridhar, S., and Amiji, M. Multifunctional magnetic nanosystems for tumor imaging, targeted delivery, and thermal therapy. In Torchilin, V.P. (Ed.). Multifunctional Pharmaceutical Nanocarriers. Springer Publishing, New York, NY 2008, Chapter 14, pp 381-408.
(18) Bhavsar, M.B., Jain, S., and Amiji, M.M. Nanotechnology in oral drug delivery. In Xu, J. J. and Ekins, S. (Eds.). Drug Efficacy, Safety, and Biologics Discovery: Emerging Technologies and Tools. Wiley Publishing, New York, NY 2009, Chapter 10, pp. 231-275.
(19) Brito, L., Chadwick, S., and Amiji, M.M. Gelatin-based gene delivery systems. In Morishita, M. and Park, K. (Eds.). Biodrug Delivery Systems: Fundamentals, Applications, and Clinical Developments”. Informa Healthcare Group, New York, NY 2009, Chapter 20, pp 323-341.
(20) Ganta, S., Iyer, A.K., and Amiji, M.M. Multifunctional stimuli-responsive nanoparticles for delivery of small and macromolecular therapeutics. In Mahato, R.I. and Narang, A.S. (Eds.). Targeted Delivery of Small and Macromolecular Drugs.CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL, 2010 Chapter 20, pp 555-586.
(21) Iyer, A.K., Ganta, S., and Amiji, M.M. Polymeric nanoparticles as target-specific delivery systems. In Torchilin, V.P. and Amiji, M.M. (Eds.). Handbook of Materials for Nanomedicine: Volume 1. Pan Stanford Publishing, Singapore, 2010, Chapter 2, pp 81-130.
(22) Iftimia, N., Amiji, M., Milane, L., and Oldenburg, A. Nanotechnology approaches for contrast enhancement in optical imaging and disease targeted therapy. In Iftimia, N., Brugge, W., and Hammer, D.X (Eds.). Advances in Optical Imaging for Clinical Medicine, Chapter 16. Wiley Publishing, New York, NY. 2011. Chapter 16, pp 455-504.
(23) Shahiwala, A., Vyas, T.K., and Amiji, M.M. Nanotechnology for targeted delivery of drugs and genes. In Nalwa, H.S. (Ed.).Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2nd Edition, American Scientific Publishers, New York, NY. 2011. Volume 19, pp 265-295.
(24) Matthäus, C., Chernenko, T., Miljković, M., Quintero, L., Amiji, M., Torchilin, V., and Diem, M.. Raman microscopic imaging of cells and applications monitoring the uptake of drug delivery systems. In Dieing, T., and Hollrichter, O., and Toporski, J. (Eds.).Confocal Raman Microscopy, Springer Series in Optical Science, Volume 158. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany2011, pp. 137-163..
(25) Kalariya, M., Ganta, S., Attarwala, H., and Amiji, M. Multifunctional lipid nano-systems for cancer prevention and therapy. In Souto, E. (ed.). Advanced Anticancer Approaches with Multifunctional Lipid Nanocarriers. iSmithers Rapra Publishing, Inc., Billingham, UK. 2011. Chapter 3, pp 29-54.
(26) Jain, S. and Amiji, M. Macrophage-targeted nanoparticle delivery systems. In Pru’dhomme, R.K. and Svenson, S. (eds.).Multifunctional Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery: Imaging, Targeting, and Delivery. Springer Publishing, New York, NY, 2012, Chapter 4, p. 47-84.
(27) Amiji, M.M. Hornicek, F., and Duan, Z.-F. Gene silencing with nanoparticle-encapsulated siRNA to overcome tumor multidrug resistance. In Preedy, V.R. (ed.). Nanomedicine and Cancer. Science Publishers. Enfield, NH. 2012, Chapter 15, p. 290-306.
(28) Chernenko, T., Milane, L., Matthäus, C., Diem, M., and Amiji, M. Raman microspectral imaging for label-free detection of nanoparticle-mediated cellular and sub-cellular drug delivery. In Li, C. (ed.). Drug Delivery Applications of Non-Invasive Imaging: Validation from Biodistribution to Sites of Action. Wiley Interscience Publishing, New York, NY (In press).
(29) Jain, S. and Amiji, M. Target-specific chitosan-based nanoparticle systems for nucleic acid delivery. In Sarmento, B. and das Neves, J. (eds.) Chitosan-Based Systems for Biopharmaceuticals: Delivery, Targeting, and Polymer Therapeutics. John Wiley & Sons Publishing, Chichester, West Sussex, UK, 2012, Chapter 15, p. 277-300.
(30) Ganta, S., Singh, A., Coleman, T.P., Williams, D., and Amiji, M. Pharmaceutical nanotechnology: overcoming drug delivery challenges in contemporary medicine. In Ge, Y. (ed). Nanomedicine: Principles and Perspectives – Volumes 1 & 2. Springer Publishing, New York, NY. (In press).
(31) Iyer, A., Ganesh, S., Zhou, Q.L., and Amiji, M. Multifunctional polymeric nano-systems for RNA interference therapy. In Singh, M. (ed.) Biological Drug Products: Development and Strategies. John Wiley Publishers, Nutley, NJ. (In press).
(32) Singh, A., Chernenko, T., and Amiji. M. Theranostic applications of plasmonic nanosystems. In Hepel, M. and Zhong, C.J. (eds.). Functional Nanoparticles for Bioanalysis , Nanomedicine and Bioelectronic Devices. American Chemical Society Publications, Washington, DC. (In press).