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Samuel Zalipsky, Durgadas Bolikal, Aruna Nathan, Joachim B Kohn: Poly(alkylene oxide) amino acid copolymers and drug carriers and charged copolymers based thereon. Enzon, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, June 15, 1993: US05219564 (235 worldwide citation)

Copolymers of poly(alkylene oxides) and amino acids or peptide sequences are disclosed, which amino acids or peptide sequences have pendant functional groups that are capable of being conjugated with pharmaceutically active compounds for drug delivery systems and cross-linked to form polymer matrice ...


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Samuel Zalipsky, Durgadas Bolikal, Aruna Nathan, Joachim B Kohn: Poly(alkylene oxide) amino acid copolymers and drug carriers and charged copolymers based thereon. Enzon, Steinberg Raskin & Davidson, October 3, 1995: US05455027 (69 worldwide citation)

Copolymers of poly(alkylene oxides) and amino acids or peptide sequences are disclosed, which amino acids or peptide sequences have pendant functional groups that are capable of being conjugated with pharmaceutically active compounds for drug delivery systems and cross-linked to form polymer matrice ...


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Elazer R Edelman, Aruna Nathan, Matthew A Nugent: Inhibition of vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation with implanted matrix containing vascular endothelial cells. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Arnall Golden & Gregory, June 16, 1998: US05766584 (31 worldwide citation)

A composition and method are provided for inhibition of vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation following injury to the endothelial cell lining of a blood vessel such as resulting from angioplasty, vascular bypass surgery or organ transplantation. The composition is a matrix such as a biodegradabl ...


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Aruna Nathan: Cationic alkyd polyesters for medical applications. Ethicon, March 15, 2005: US06866860 (23 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to medical devices or pharmaceutical composition, each containing a synthetic, biodegradable, biocompatible polymer that is the reaction product of a polybasic acid or derivative thereof, a monoglyceride, and a cationic polyol.


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Aruna Nathan, Joel Rosenblatt, Steven C Arnold: Injectable microdispersions for medical applications. April 11, 2006: US07026374 (23 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to microdispersions and pharmaceutical compositions containing a synthetic, bioabsorbable, biocompatible liquid polymer that is the reaction product of a polybasic acid or derivative thereof, a polyol and a fatty acid, the liquid polymer having a melting point less ...


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Aruna Nathan: Alkyd-lactone copolymers for medical applications. Ethicon, November 22, 2005: US06967234 (19 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to biodegradable, biocompatible polymers that are the reaction product of a polybasic acid or derivative thereof, a monoglyceride and a lactone monomer, as well as medical devices and compositions containing such polymers.


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Steven Arnold, Aruna Nathan, Joel Rosenblatt: Compositions and medical devices utilizing bioabsorbable polymeric waxes and rapamycin. Ethicon, April 25, 2006: US07034037 (19 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to medical devices and pharmaceutical or agricultural compositions, and seeds, each containing a synthetic, bioabsorbable, biocompatible polymeric wax that is the reaction product of a polybasic acid or derivative thereof, a polyol and a fatty acid, the polymeric wa ...


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Aruna Nathan: Functionalized polymers for medical applications. Ethicon, March 29, 2005: US06872799 (14 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to synthetic, biodegradable, biocompatible polymers that are the reaction product of an α,β-unsaturated polybasic acid or derivative thereof and a monoglyceride, and which further contain pended thereto a functional agent, and to medical devices and compositions con ...


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Aruna Nathan, Joel Rosenblatt, Steven C Arnold: Compositions and medical devices utilizing bioabsorbable liquid polymers. Ethicon, Emil Richard Skula, February 5, 2008: US07326426 (14 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to medical devices and pharmaceutical compositions containing a synthetic, bioabsorbable, biocompatible liquid polymer that is the reaction product of a polybasic acid or derivative thereof, a polyol and a fatty acid, the liquid polymer having a melting point less t ...


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Aruna Nathan, Mora C Melican, Kelly R Brown, Mark C Zimmerman: Bone replacement materials utilizing bioabsorbable liquid polymers. Ethicon, February 28, 2006: US07005136 (12 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to bone replacement devices and compositions containing a synthetic, bioabsorbable, biocompatible liquid polymer that is the reaction product of a polybasic acid or derivative thereof, a polyol and a fatty acid, the liquid polymer having a melting point less than ab ...