J G Asherman

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Insulin-like Growth Factor I (IGF-I), a 7.65 kD protein which has a variety of metabolic functions, is being evaluated for its therapeutic benefit in several disease states. To sustain therapeutic blood levels in a number of these instances, IGF-I needs to be administered repeatedly. The objective of these studies was the development of a sustained-release(More)
A major challenge in the development of sustained-release formulations for protein and peptide drugs is to achieve high drug loading sufficient for prolonged therapeutic effect coupled with a high recovery of the protein/peptide. This challenge has been successfully met in the formulation of several peptide and protein drugs using the DepoFoam,(More)