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Preclinical evaluation of sodium cellulose sulfate (Ushercell) as a contraceptive antimicrobial agent.
Preclinical studies of the biological properties of sodium cellulose sulfate (Ushercell) currently being developed for use as a topical contraceptive antimicrobial agent suggest that the antimicrobial effects of Ushercell are selective, and not likely mediated by nonspecific cytotoxic mechanisms.
Evaluation of poly(styrene-4-sulfonate) as a preventive agent for conception and sexually transmitted diseases.
N-PSS can be classified as a noncytotoxic contraceptive antimicrobial agent and justify bringing a polystyrene sulfonate into clinical trials for its evaluation as a preventive agent for conception and several sexually transmitted diseases.