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Drug release kinetics and transport mechanisms of non-degradable and degradable polymeric delivery systems
  • Y. Fu, W. J. Kao
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Expert opinion on drug delivery
  • 23 March 2010
Importance of the field: The advancement in material design and engineering has led to the rapid development of new materials with increasing complexity and functions. Both non-degradable andExpand
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Developmental toxicity of low generation PAMAM dendrimers in zebrafish.
Biological molecules and intracellular structures operate at the nanoscale; therefore, development of nanomedicines shows great promise for the treatment of disease by using targeted drug deliveryExpand
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In vivo biocompatibility of gelatin-based hydrogels and interpenetrating networks
The in vivo host response to two gelatin-based hydrogel systems of varying crosslinking modalities and loaded with the anti-inflammatory agent dexamethasone sodium phosphate was investigated. EitherExpand
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Protein Adsorption to Biomaterials
Within milliseconds after biomaterials come in contact with a biological fluid such as blood, proteins begin to adhere to the surface through a process known as protein adsorption. Protein adsorptionExpand
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Transbuccal Delivery of CNS Therapeutic Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Characterization, and In Vitro Permeation Studies.
This work utilized polyamidoamine (PAMAM) dendrimer G4.5 as the underlying carrier to construct CNS therapeutic nanoparticles and explored the buccal mucosa as an alternative absorption site forExpand
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Biomimetic material systems for neural progenitor cell-based therapy.
Reconstruction and regeneration of the central nervous system (CNS) following injury is a formidable task. However, cell replacement with transplanted neural progenitor cells (NPC) is a promisingExpand
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3D cell entrapment in crosslinked thiolated gelatin-poly(ethylene glycol) diacrylate hydrogels.
The combined use of natural ECM components and synthetic materials offers an attractive alternative to fabricate hydrogel-based tissue engineering scaffolds to study cell-matrix interactions inExpand
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A subset of myofibroblastic cancer-associated fibroblasts regulate collagen fiber elongation, which is prognostic in multiple cancers
Collagen structure has been shown to influence tumor cell invasion, metastasis and clinical outcome in breast cancer. However, it remains unclear how it affects other solid cancers. Here we utilizedExpand
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Thiol-ene-based biological/synthetic hybrid biomatrix for 3-D living cell culture.
Although various cell encapsulation materials are available commercially for a wide range of potential therapeutic cells, their combined clinical impact remains inconsistent. Synthetic materials suchExpand
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Recent advances in biomedical polyurethane biostability and biodegradation
This paper summarizes our recent efforts to better understand the effects of antioxidants, the effects of strain-state, mechanistic studies of soft segment cleavage by reactive oxygen radicals, andExpand
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