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However, these applications require very uniform microparticle sizes.
Microparticle subpopulations are increased in preeclampsia: possible involvement in vascular dysfunction?
Kheir said in a statement Wednesday that the microparticle solution could help stabilize patients in dire straits, buying critical seconds and minutes for doctors to put in a breathing tube while staving off heart attacks and brain injury.
Studying the encapsulation efficiency as a function of the kind of powder included in the microparticle it was found that the microparticles containing coground powders had higher drug content than those containing untreated original powders (Table 1).
Clinically apparent atherosclerotic disease in diabetes is associated with an increase in platelet microparticle levels.
Santa Clara, CA 7/24/08--Affymetrix has purchased a developer of digitally encoded microparticle technology for $25 million in cash.
Resten-MP is AVI-4126 delivered via intravenous injection using AVI's patented microparticle delivery technology.
Microbiological Research Authority (Great Britain) has patented a method of making a microparticle that contains DNA coding for a polypeptide.
Once attached, the cancer cells ingest CD95 and the microparticle with it.
Starch is an integral part of microparticle retention systems.
Finally, the mean fluorescence intensity per microparticle is determined by highly sensitive flow cytometric analysis.
The BCell-HDM product is the first of a series of monoclonal antibody-coated High Density Microparticle, or HDM, products being developed for a range of applications in transplant medicine, the company reports.
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