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Study of Thermal Degradation of PLGA, PLGA Nanospheres and

Study of Thermal Degradation of PLGA, PLGA Nanospheres and

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materials research.     ©   doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1516-1439.045415 study of thermal degradation of plga, plga nanospheres and plga/maghemite superparamagnetic nanospheres marcela fernandes silvaa*, ana adelina winkler hechenleitnera, juan manuel iracheb, adilson jesus aparecido de oliveirac, edgardo alfonso gómez pinedaa auniversidade estadual de maringá – uem, av. colombo, 5790,

In vitro and in vivo Application of PLGA Nanofiber for

In vitro and in vivo Application of PLGA Nanofiber for

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macromolecular research, vol. 16, no. 4, pp 345-352 (2008) in vitro and in vivo application of plga nanofiber for artificial blood vessel mi jin kim department of polymer science & engineering, sungkyunkwan university, suwon 440-746, korea ji-heung kim department of chemical engineering, sungkyunkwan university, suwon 440-746, korea gijong yi

Simulation Study On The Formation Of Plga Micro-structure

Simulation Study On The Formation Of Plga Micro-structure

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simulation study on the formation of plga micro-structure using hot-pressing method gao, y.*, #; xu, c.*; yang, l.* & wang, b** * school of mechanical engineering, xi’an university of science and technology, xi’an, 710054, china ** school of mechanical engineering, brunel university london, uxbridge, london, ub8 3ph, uk e-mail: [email protected]

Assessment of Residual Solvent and Drug in PLGA Microspheres

Assessment of Residual Solvent and Drug in PLGA Microspheres

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pharmaceutics article assessment of residual solvent and drug in plga microspheres by derivative thermogravimetry hyunjin shim and hongkee sah * college of pharmacy, ewha womans university, 52 ewhayeodaegil, seodaemun-gu, seoul 03760, korea; [email protected] * correspondence: [email protected]; tel.: +82-10-3415-3612 received: 16 june 2020; accepted: 2 july 2020; published: 4 july 2020

BRAF-KIAA1549 Fusion Predicts Better Clinical Outcome in

BRAF-KIAA1549 Fusion Predicts Better Clinical Outcome in

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published onlinefirst may 24, 2011; doi:10.1158/1078-0432.ccr-11-0034 braf-kiaa1549 fusion predicts better clinical outcome in pediatric low-grade astrocytoma cynthia hawkins, erin walker, nequesha mohamed, et al. clin cancer res 2011;17:4790-4798. published onlinefirst may 24, 2011. updated version supplementary material access the most recent version of this article at: doi:10.1158/1078-0432.ccr-11-0034

In situ forming phase-inversion implants for sustained ocular

In situ forming phase-inversion implants for sustained ocular

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in situ forming phase-inversion implants for sustained ocular delivery of triamcinolone acetonide sheshala, r., chew hong, g., pui yee, w., srikanth meka, v., & singh thakur, r. r. (2018). in situ forming phase-inversion implants for sustained ocular delivery of triamcinolone acetonide. drug delivery and translational research, 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13346-018-0491-y published in:

Sequential Delivery Of An Anticancer Drug And Combined

Sequential Delivery Of An Anticancer Drug And Combined

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international journal of nanomedicine dovepress open access to scientific and medical research open access full text article o r i g in a l r e s e a r c h sequential delivery of an anticancer drug and combined immunomodulatory nanoparticles for efficient

Development and Characterization of PLGA and ePTFE Blood

Development and Characterization of PLGA and ePTFE Blood

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development and characterization of plga and eptfe blood vessel mimics using gene expression analysis california polytechnic state university san luis obispo senior project michael gibbons sarah ur advisor: dr. kristen o’halloran cardinal submitted 8 june 2012 contents chapter 1: introduction . 4 blood vessel mimics 4 overview .

Spatial Control Of Bone Formation Using A Porous Polymer

Spatial Control Of Bone Formation Using A Porous Polymer

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enuyrocpeyaun ecteallls. and materials vol. 27 2014 (pages 98-111) doi: 10b.o2n2e20fo3r/emcamtio.vn0s2p7aat0ia8l control in pioslsynme1r4s7c3a-f2fo2l6d2 spatial control of bone formation using a porous polymer scaffold co-delivering anabolic rhbmp-2 and anti-resorptive agents nicole y.c. yu1, 2,*, marie gdalevitch1, 3, ciara m. murphy1, 2, kathy mikulec1, lauren peacock1, jane fitzpatrick4, laurence c.

Regeneration Of Damaged Growth Plate Using Igf-i Plasmid

Regeneration Of Damaged Growth Plate Using Igf-i Plasmid

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university of kentucky uknowledge university of kentucky doctoral dissertations graduate school 2009 regeneration of damaged growth plate using igf-i plasmid-releasing porous plga scaffolds nirmal ravi university of kentucky, [email protected] right click to open a feedback form in a new tab to let us know how this document

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO Nanoparticle

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO Nanoparticle

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university of california, san diego nanoparticle enabled enzyme delivery for cancer a dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree doctor of philosophy in electrical engineering (nano-scale devices and systems) by negin mokhtari committee in charge: professor sadik esener, chair professor michael berns professor shadi dayeh professor

Formulation of Antimicrobial Tobramycin Loaded PLGA

Formulation of Antimicrobial Tobramycin Loaded PLGA

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journal of functional biomaterials communication formulation of antimicrobial tobramycin loaded plga nanoparticles via complexation with aot marcus hill 1, richard n. cunningham 1, rania m. hathout 2 , christopher johnston 1, john g. hardy 3,4,* and marie e. migaud 1,5,* 1 school of pharmacy, queen’s university belfast, belfast bt7 1nn,

Comparison and Process Optimisation of PLGA, Chitosan and

Comparison and Process Optimisation of PLGA, Chitosan and

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comparison and process optimisation of plga, chitosan and silica nanoparticles for potential oral vaccine delivery. muhammad k. amin1, joshua s. boateng1*. 1 school of science, faculty of engineering and science, university of greenwich, medway, kent, me4 4tb *corresponding author email: [email protected]; [email protected] tel: +44 (0) 752 563 0830 fax: +44

Nanoscale Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0

Nanoscale Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0

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nanoscale communication view article online view journal | view issue open access article. published on 03 march 2016. downloaded on 6/21/2022 6:45:22 pm. this article is licensed under a creative commons attribution-noncommercial 3.0 unported licence. cite this: nanoscale, 2016, 8, 6981 received 30th october 2015, accepted 2nd

Miscibility, thermal characterization and crystallization of

Miscibility, thermal characterization and crystallization of

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polymer 46 (2005) 12586–12594 www.elsevier.com/locate/polymer miscibility, thermal characterization and crystallization of poly(l-lactide) and poly(tetramethylene adipate-co-terephthalate) blend membranes ting-yu liu a, wen-ching lin b, ming-chien yang b, san-yuan chen a,* a department of materials sciences and engineering, national chiao tung university, 1001 ta-hsueh road, hsinchu 300, taiwan, roc b

Nasal vaccination with N-trimethyl chitosan and PLGA based

Nasal vaccination with N-trimethyl chitosan and PLGA based

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challenges and opportunities in nasal subunt vaccine delivery : mechanistic studies using ovalbumin as a model antigen slütter, b.a. citation slütter, b. a. (2011, january 27). challenges and opportunities in nasal subunt vaccine delivery : mechanistic studies using ovalbumin as a model antigen. retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/1887/16394 version: license:

Journal of Neurology, Psychiatry Name of The Journal Journal

Journal of Neurology, Psychiatry Name of The Journal Journal

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jnnoaaummreneaoofl ftofhtenhjeoujuroorunloranglya,l…psychiatry and brain research mini-review article k smos publishers jou neu psy brain. jnpb-101. some significant trends in biodegradable surgical sutures narayan gokarneshan * department of textile technology, park college of engineering and technology coimbatore, india *corresponding author: narayan gokarneshan, department of textile technology, park college of

Nanoparticle (NP) delivery of chemotherapy drugs to prostate

Nanoparticle (NP) delivery of chemotherapy drugs to prostate

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journal of cancer prevention & current research review article open access nanoparticle (np) delivery of chemotherapy drugs to prostate cancer patients abstract the use of nanoparticles (nps) for enhanced drug delivery in prostate cancer treatment has been extensively explored in many studies. however, there are serious

Preparation of protein-loaded PLGA-PVP blend nanoparticles by

Preparation of protein-loaded PLGA-PVP blend nanoparticles by

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received: apr. 3, 2015; accepted: jun. 12, 2015 vol. 2, no. 3, summer 2015, page 176-190 original research online issn 2322-5904 http://nmj.mums.ac.ir preparation of protein-loaded plga-pvp blend nanoparticles by receivend:aanporp. 2r2e,c2i0p1i4t;aaticocenptemd: ejutlh. o12d,:201e4ntrapment, initial burst and drug release vol. 1, nkion. 5e,taicutsutmund2ie01s4, page 298-301 shahryar shakeri1, rasoul roghanian2,

Functional benefits of PLGA particulates carrying VEGF and

Functional benefits of PLGA particulates carrying VEGF and

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functional benefits of plga particulates carrying vegf and coq10 in an animal of myocardial ischemia. teresa simón-yarzaa, esther tamayoa, carolina benavidesb, hugo lanaa, fabio r. formigaa, charitra n. gramac, carlos ortiz-de-solorzanob, m.n.v.ravi kumarc†, felipe prosperd†, maria j. blanco-prietoa†* apharmacy and pharmaceutical technology department, school of pharmacy, university of navarra, pamplona,