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Rheological blends for drug delivery. II. Prolongation of nerve blockade, biocompatibility, and in vitro-in vivo correlations.
Anti-inflammatory function of an in situ cross-linkable conjugate hydrogel of hyaluronic acid and dexamethasone.
Prevention of peritoneal adhesions with an in situ cross-linkable hyaluronan hydrogel delivering budesonide.
Rheological blends for drug delivery. I. Characterization in vitro.
In situ cross-linkable hyaluronan hydrogels containing polymeric nanoparticles for preventing postsurgical adhesions.
Prolongation of sciatic nerve blockade by in situ cross-linked hyaluronic acid.
The prevention of peritoneal adhesions by in situ cross-linking hydrogels of hyaluronic acid and cellulose derivatives.
In situ cross-linkable hyaluronic acid hydrogels prevent post-operative abdominal adhesions in a rabbit model.
Spray-dried lipid-hyaluronan-polymethacrylate microparticles for drug delivery in the peritoneum.
Peritoneal adhesion prevention with an in situ cross-linkable hyaluronan gel containing tissue-type plasminogen activator in a rabbit repeated-injury model.
Hyaluronic acid-based microgels and microgel networks for vocal fold regeneration.
A photo-triggered layered surface coating producing reactive oxygen species.
Prevention of peritoneal adhesions using polymeric rheological blends.
Selective binding of C-6 OH sulfated hyaluronic acid to the angiogenic isoform of VEGF(165).