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Gene supply by means of quaternary chitosan with antennary galactose residues / Tatsuro Ouchi, Jun-ichi Murata, and Yuichi Ohya --
Drug-cyclodextrin complexation within the presence of water-soluble polymers : more suitable solubility and percutaneous shipping / Már Másson and Thorsteinn Loftsson --
coaching of polyrotaxanes and molecular tubes for host-guest platforms / Pierandrea LoNostro, Massimo Ceccato, and Piero Baglioni --
Cyclodextrin-linked chitosan : synthesis and inclusion complexation talents / Nobuo Sakairi, Norio Nishi, and Seiichi Tokura --
education of inclusion foams from chitin and PEG-chitin for the drug supply process / S. Tokura, H. Tamura, T. Dohba, ok. Takahashi, N. Sakairi, and N. Nishi --
Polysaccharide engineering : silicified microcrystalline cellulose as a unique high-functionality pharmaceutical fabric / Stephen side, D. Fraser Steele, Michael J. Tobyn, and John N. Staniforth --
Synthesis and characterization of thermoreversible sucrose hydrogels (sucrogels) / Seongbong Jo and Kinam Park --
Investigations on cellulose-carbanilates and cellulose-carbanilate-acetates in dilute strategies / Kati Schmidt, Frank-Immo Hildebrandt, and Peter Zugenmaier --
Molten inorganic salt hydrates as cellulose solvents / S. Fischer, H. Leipner, E. Brendler, W. Voigt, and okay. Fischer --
Cellulosic liquid crystals / Pierre Sixou --
Chitosan-pluronic actual interpenetrating community : membrane fabrication and protein permeability reviews / Derrick Anderson, Tragiang Nguyen, and Mansoor Amiji --
Interactions among cyclodextrins and a combined cationic cellulose ether : anionic surfactant gelling process / Paschalis Alexandridis, Sungsook Ahn, and Marina Tsianou --
interplay among chitin derivatives and surfactants / J. Desbrières and M. Rinaudo --
impact of cationic cellulose constitution on interactions with sodium dodecyl sulfate / Melissa Manuszak Guerrini and William H. Daly --
Creaming and rheology of flocculated emulsions / Pretima Manoj, Andrew D. Watson, Annette J. Fillery-Travis, David J. Hibberd, and Margaret M. Robins --
construction aqueous viscosity via synergistic polymer-polymer interactions / James V. Gruber and Peter N. Konish --
Ultrasonic recommendations to represent focused colloidal dispersions / D.J. Hibberd, M.J. Garrood, J.M. Leney, and M.M. Robins --
Fluorescence microscopy research of the sorption of cationic polymers on hair / S.T.A. Regismond, Y.-M. Heng, E.D. Goddard, and F.M. Winnik --
Small-angle neutron scattering on impartial and cationic guar galactomannan / M.R. Gittings, J. Lal, P.J. Dérian, and C. Marques --
purposes of gel permeation chromatography with multi-angle gentle scattering to the characterization of polysaccharides / D. Richard White, Jr. --
Capillary electrophoresis in starch research / H.A. Soini and M.V. Novotny.
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M. after administration of the eye drops. (Adapted from ref. 58) T i m e f r o m R a t i o n (hours) Figure 18. 1%) dexamethasone alcoholic suspension (Maxidex®) (Adapted from ref. 58) be avoided by adsorption through various non-intestinal membranes of the body. The buccal mucosa of the oral cavity is an easily accessible and convenient side for such delivery. It is continuously exposed to various foreign substances and is therefore relatively robust. Following is the description of formulation of 17p-estradiol with HPpCD and polymers into sublingual tablets and clinical evaluation of bioavailability.
The synthesis of TM-chitosan/galactose conjugates was carried out through reaction steps shown in Schemes 1 and 3. By repetition of the reaction of conjugation, the objective TM-chitosan/galactose conjugate having no residual carboxyl group was obtained. We could synthesize TM-chitosan/galactose conjugates having two values of DGal, TC-Gal5, and TC-Gal20 through the coupling reaction of 2 with 6-O-CM-TM-chitosan 1. For efficient binding to galactose receptors on the surface of hepatocyte, a tetra-antennary ligand having four P-D-galactosyl residues, /V-[tetragalactose antenna]-1,6-hexanediamine, was designed.
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