- Biodegradable hydrogels based on stereocomplex formation between lactic acid oligomers grafted to dextran.
- On the release of proteins from degrading dextran methacrylate hydrogels and the correlation with the rheologic properties of the hydrogels.
- Fluorescence fluctuation analysis for the study of interactions between oligonucleotides and polycationic polymers.
- Interactions between oligonucleotides and cationic polymers investigated by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy.
Structural alterations of gene complexes by cystic fibrosis sputum.
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- The in vitro evaluation of 'azo containing polysaccharide gels' for colon delivery.
- The physical properties of biogels and their permeability for macromolecular drugs and colloidal drug carriers.
- Cationic Polymer Based Gene Delivery Systems.
Cystic fibrosis sputum. A barrier to the transport of nanospheres.
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- Optimisation of an in vitro procedure for the determination of the enzymatic inhibition potency of multifunctional polymers.
- Novel self-assembled hydrogels by stereocomplex formation in aqueous solution of enantiomeric lactic acid oligomers grafted to dextran.
- Influence of the degradation mechanism of hydrogels on their elastic and swelling properties during degradation.
- Pore sizes in hydrated dextran microspheres.
- Complex formation between cationic polymethacrylates and oligonucleotides.
- Combined gelatin-chondroitin sulfate hydrogels for controlled release of cationic antibacterial proteins.