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Polysaccharide hydrogels for modified release formulations.
Niosomes from 80s to present: the state of the art.
Hyaluronic acid and dextran-based semi-IPN hydrogels as biomaterials for bioprinting.
This work evaluated the suitability of a novel semi-interpenetrating network (semi-IPN), based on hyaluronic acid and hydroxyethyl-methacrylate-derivatized dextran (dex-HEMA), to form 3D hydrogel bioprinted constructs, to form stable constructs of which their mechanical properties matched the wide range of mechanical strengths of natural tissues.
Guar gum/borax hydrogel: Rheological, low field NMR and release characterizations
A proof for this hypothesis is given by the case of Scleroglucan gel, where the viscous contribution is not so significant and a good agreement between the rheological and release test approaches was found.
Pulmonary Delivery: Innovative Approaches and Perspectives
Despite the many promising proof of concepts of various delivery technologies reported in this review, further efforts are needed to ensure the safety of long-term in vivo applications and the development of scale up from laboratory to industry in order to reach, together with safety, large - scale production at affordable costs of innovative lung delivery technologies.