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10-Oct-2006Acid-cleavable polymeric core-shell particles for delivery of hydrophobic drugsChan, Y; Bulmus, V; Zareie, MH; Byrne, FL; Barner, L; Kavallaris, M
16-Mar-1988A NEW MICROSPHERE-BASED IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE ASSAY FOR ANTIBODIES TO MEMBRANE-ASSOCIATED ANTIGENSWILSON, MR; MULLIGAN, SP; RAISON, RL
11-Oct-2013A novel copper/polydimethiylsiloxane nanocomposite for copper-containing intrauterine contraceptive devicesXu, XX; Ding, MH; Zhang, JX; Zheng, W; Li, L; Zheng, YF
5-May-2015The formulation of a pressurized metered dose inhaler containing theophylline for inhalationZhu, B; Haghi, M; Goud, M; Young, PM; Traini, D
1-Jan-2014Towards the bioequivalence of pressurised metered dose inhalers 1: Design and characterisation of aerodynamically equivalent beclomethasone dipropionate inhalers with and without glycerol as a non-volatile excipientLewis, DA; Young, PM; Buttini, F; Church, T; Colombo, P; Forbes, B; Haghi, M; Johnson, R; O'Shea, H; Salama, R; Traini, D
26-May-2015Inhalable tranexamic acid for haemoptysis treatmentHaghi, M; Van Den Oetelaar, W; Moir, LM; Zhu, B; Phillips, G; Crapper, J; Young, PM; Traini, D
1-Jun-2015Development of an inhaled controlled release voriconazole dry powder formulation for the treatment of respiratory fungal infectionArora, S; Haghi, M; Loo, CY; Traini, D; Young, PM; Jain, S
28-Apr-2008Microlasers based on effective index confined slow light modes in photonic crystal waveguidesGardin, S; Bordas, F; Letartre, X; Seassal, C; Rahmani, A; Bozio, R; Viktorovitch, P
7-Jul-2001Decreased apoptosis in the ileum and ileal peyer's patches: A feature after infection with rabbit enteropathogenic Escherichia coli O103Heczko, U; Carthy, CM; O'Brien, BA; Finlay, BB
27-Feb-2012Porous YAG:Nd <sup>3+</sup> fibers with excitation and emission in the human "nIR optical window" as luminescent drug carriersMa, Z; Ji, H; Tan, D; Dong, G; Teng, Y; Zhou, J; Qiu, J
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