Asme Boussahel

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Polymer microspheres for controlled release of therapeutic protein from within an implantable scaffold were produced and analysed using complimentary techniques to probe the surface and bulk chemistry of the microspheres. Time of Flight - Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) surface analysis revealed a thin discontinuous film of polyvinyl alcohol(More)
Galway, Ireland An Injectable Scaffold Delivering BMP2 for Bone Regeneration Asme Boussahel, Cheryl Rahman, Rose Felicity, Kevin Shakesheff Corresponding Author: paxab5@nottingham.ac.uk Wolfson Centre for Stem Cells, Tissue Engineering and Modeling (STEM), School of Pharmacy, University of Nottingham, UK Introduction The current aging population and the(More)
AIM Develop modified dextran nanoparticles showing potential to assist with drug permeation across the blood-brain barrier for the delivery of neuropeptides. METHODS Nanoparticles loaded by emulsification with model macromolecular actives were characterized in terms of stability, cytotoxicity and drug-release behavior. Peptide-loaded nanoformulations were(More)
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