András Fehér

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(1) Intranasal administration is a non-invasive and effective way for the delivery of drugs to brain that circumvents the blood–brain barrier. The aims of the study were to test a nasal delivery system for human β-amyloid (Aβ) peptides, to measure the delivery of the peptides to brain regions, and to test their biological activity in rats. (2) Aβ1-42, in(More)
Intranasal administration of molecules has been investigated as a non-invasive way for delivery of drugs to the brain in the last decade. Circumvention of both the blood-brain barrier and the first-pass elimination by the liver and gastrointestinal tract is considered as the main advantages of this method. Because of the rapid mucociliary clearance in the(More)
Understanding neural computation requires methods such as 3D acousto-optical (AO) scanning that can simultaneously read out neural activity on both the somatic and dendritic scales. AO point scanning can increase measurement speed and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) by several orders of magnitude, but high optical resolution requires long point-to-point(More)
Six polymers with different structure were investigated. The polymers studied were as follows: methylcellulose, hydroxyethylcellulose, carboxymethylcellulose sodium, polyacrylate sodium-polyacrylamid copolymer (Hostacerin PN 73), poly(vinylpyrrolidone)-poly(vinylacetate) copolymer (Kollidon VA 64) and poly(ethylenoxide)-poly(propylenoxide) blockpolymer.(More)
Viscosity curves of gels from homo-and copolymers in aqueous medium reviewed in our previous paper were studied. Viscosity vs. rate of shear, and viscosity vs. shearing time were analysed. The viscosity curves can be described with multiplicative functions and the slope of these functions characterizes the orientation ability of polymer molecule-chains(More)
This work provides a short review concerning the measuring techniques frequently applied to characterize the gelatinization behaviour of starches. The aim of the experiments was to determine the gelatinization temperatures of maize (A-type) and potato (B-type) starches via isothermal microcalorimetry and rheological methods (rotational viscosimetry and(More)
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