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Microbubbles (MBs) hold promise in various biomedical applications due to their ultrasound-responsive properties. However, the… Expand Addition of ionic and nonionic polymers can improve the function of therapeutic surfactants in vitro and in vivo, especially… Expand The modern era of surfactant-replacement therapy (SRT) is almost 30 years old. Capitalizing on the then-new understanding of… Expand Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) is a leading cause of mortality and morbidity in preterm infants. Surfactant replacement… Expand Development and validation of a gradient, reversed-phase HPLC-CAD method simultaneously determining all protein, lipid and lipid… Expand Background. Available therapeutic surfactants are either animal-derived or non–protein-containing synthetic products. Animal… Expand Lucinactant, formerly known as KL(4) surfactant, is a novel synthetic lung surfactant containing phospholipids and an engineered… Expand Background: Animal-derived, protein-containing surfactants perform better vs. non–protein-containing surfactants for the… Expand The inaccurately labelled “natural” surfactants that are currently used to treat infants include: Surfactant TA, Survanta… Expand Background: Animal-derived, protein-containing surfactants perform better vs. non–protein-containing surfactants for prevention… Expand