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BCS class II drug dispersions in hydroxypropyl methylcellulose solutions: The effect of polymer molecular weight and drug loading on the steady-state rheology of HPMC solutions
Physical biopolymer gels are ideal candidates for the drug delivery of solid pharmaceutical drugs. Nevertheless, inclusion of particles may affect the rheology and gelation of these systems. In this work, we evaluate the ...
Electrical characterization of sulfonated poly(styrene-isobutylene-styrene) triblock copolymer thin films
Polymers are a fundamental part of electronic systems and are widely used due to their low cost, ease of processing, and their wide range of mechanical and electrical properties. They have traditionally been used as passive ...
Design of composite protein microcrystals for the sustained oral delivery of antigens
Oral immunization is a promising method to decrease access of allergens and pathogens to the body. Oral delivery of antigens is challenged by the anatomical conditions of the gastrointestinal tract, such as degradation by ...