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Academic Article The formation and characterization of hydrocortisone-loaded poly((+/-)-lactide) microspheres.
Academic Article Preparation and characterization of 5-fluorouracil-loaded microparticles as biodegradable anticancer drug carriers.
Academic Article In vitro study of the anti-leishmanial activity of biodegradable nanoparticles.
Academic Article Intestinal absorption of PLAGA microspheres in the rat.
Academic Article Internal morphology of poly(D,L-lactide-co-glycolide) BCNU-loaded microspheres. Influence on drug stability.
Academic Article Why does PEG 400 co-encapsulation improve NGF stability and release from PLGA biodegradable microspheres?
Academic Article Anti-cancer drug diffusion within living rat brain tissue: an experimental study using [3H](6)-5-fluorouracil-loaded PLGA microspheres.
Academic Article The effect of gamma-irradiation on drug release from bioerodible microparticles: a quantitative treatment.
Academic Article Biocompatibility of implantable synthetic polymeric drug carriers: focus on brain biocompatibility.
Academic Article In vitro study of GDNF release from biodegradable PLGA microspheres.
Academic Article Surface characterization of poly(alpha-hydroxy acid) microspheres prepared by a solvent evaporation/extraction process.
Academic Article NGF release from poly(D,L-lactide-co-glycolide) microspheres. Effect of some formulation parameters on encapsulated NGF stability.
Academic Article Baclofen-loaded microspheres in gel suspensions for intrathecal drug delivery: in vitro and in vivo evaluation.
Academic Article Paclitaxel-loaded microparticles and implants for the treatment of brain cancer: preparation and physicochemical characterization.
Academic Article Modulated release of IdUrd from poly (D,L-lactide-co-glycolide) microspheres by addition of poly (D,L-lactide) oligomers.
Academic Article Development of new polymer-based particulate systems for anti-glioma vaccination.
Academic Article Intravitreous injection of PLGA microspheres encapsulating GDNF promotes the survival of photoreceptors in the rd1/rd1 mouse.
Academic Article New lipid nanocapsules exhibit sustained release properties for amiodarone.
Academic Article Oxaliplatin loaded PLAGA microspheres: design of specific release profiles.
Academic Article Development and characterization of interleukin-18-loaded biodegradable microspheres.
Academic Article Analysis of brain biocompatibility of drug-releasing biodegradable microspheres by scanning and transmission electron microscopy.
Academic Article Neuroprotection of nerve growth factor-loaded microspheres on the D2 dopaminergic receptor positive-striatal neurones in quinolinic acid-lesioned rats: a quantitative autoradiographic assessment with iodobenzamide.
Academic Article PLGA microsphere bioburden evaluation for radiosterilization dose selection.
Academic Article How to achieve sustained and complete protein release from PLGA-based microparticles?
Academic Article Reversible protein precipitation to ensure stability during encapsulation within PLGA microspheres.
Academic Article Pharmacologically active microcarriers: a tool for cell therapy.
Academic Article Effects of the type of release medium on drug release from PLGA-based microparticles: experiment and theory.
Academic Article Evaluation of particulate systems supporting tumor cell fractions in a preventive vaccination against intracranial rat glioma.
Academic Article Antitumoral activity of camptothecin-loaded nanoparticles in 9L rat glioma model.
Academic Article Transferrin adsorption onto PLGA nanoparticles governs their interaction with biological systems from blood circulation to brain cancer cells.
Academic Article PLGA-based microparticles: elucidation of mechanisms and a new, simple mathematical model quantifying drug release.
Academic Article A quantitative method for the determination of amphiphilic drug release kinetics from nanoparticles using a Langmuir balance.

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