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Biodegradable polymeric microparticles for drug delivery and vaccine formulation: the surface attachment of hydrophilic species using the concept of poly(ethylene glycol) anchoring segments.

(1997) BIOMATERIALS. 18(17). p.1153-1161
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COOMBES, AGA, S TASKER, M LINDBLAD, J HOLMGREN, Katty Hoste, Veska Toncheva, Etienne Schacht, MC DAVIES, L ILLUM, and SS DAVIS. 1997. “Biodegradable Polymeric Microparticles for Drug Delivery and Vaccine Formulation: The Surface Attachment of Hydrophilic Species Using the Concept of Poly(ethylene Glycol) Anchoring Segments.” Biomaterials 18 (17): 1153–1161.
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COOMBES, A., TASKER, S., LINDBLAD, M., HOLMGREN, J., Hoste, K., Toncheva, V., Schacht, E., et al. (1997). Biodegradable polymeric microparticles for drug delivery and vaccine formulation: the surface attachment of hydrophilic species using the concept of poly(ethylene glycol) anchoring segments. BIOMATERIALS, 18(17), 1153–1161.
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COOMBES A, TASKER S, LINDBLAD M, HOLMGREN J, Hoste K, Toncheva V, et al. Biodegradable polymeric microparticles for drug delivery and vaccine formulation: the surface attachment of hydrophilic species using the concept of poly(ethylene glycol) anchoring segments. BIOMATERIALS. 1997;18(17):1153–61.
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COOMBES, AGA, S TASKER, M LINDBLAD, et al. “Biodegradable Polymeric Microparticles for Drug Delivery and Vaccine Formulation: The Surface Attachment of Hydrophilic Species Using the Concept of Poly(ethylene Glycol) Anchoring Segments.” BIOMATERIALS 18.17 (1997): 1153–1161. Print.
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  author       = {COOMBES, AGA and TASKER, S and LINDBLAD, M and HOLMGREN, J and Hoste, Katty and Toncheva, Veska and Schacht, Etienne and DAVIES, MC and ILLUM, L and DAVIS, SS},
  issn         = {0142-9612},
  journal      = {BIOMATERIALS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {17},
  pages        = {1153--1161},
  title        = {Biodegradable polymeric microparticles for drug delivery and vaccine formulation: the surface attachment of hydrophilic species using the concept of poly(ethylene glycol) anchoring segments.},
  volume       = {18},
  year         = {1997},
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