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Jeffrey A Hubbell: Injectable hydrogel compositions. Reprogenesis, Baker & Botts, October 10, 2000: US06129761 (537 worldwide citation)

Slowly polymerizing hydrogels are provided which are useful as a means of delivering large numbers of isolated cells via injection. The gels promote engraftment and provide three dimensional templates for new cell growth. The resulting tissue is similar in composition and histology to naturally occu ...


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Jeffrey A Hubbell, Chandrashekhar P Pathak, Amarpreet S Sawhney, Neil P Desai, Jennifer L Hill, Syed F A Hossainy: Gels for encapsulation of biological materials. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Arnall Golden & Gregory, January 12, 1999: US05858746 (491 worldwide citation)

Water soluble macromers are modified by addition of free radical polymerizable groups, such as those containing a carbon-carbon double or triple bond, which can be polymerized under mild conditions to encapsulate tissues, cells, or biologically active materials. The polymeric materials are particula ...


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Jeffrey A Hubbell, Chandrashekhar P Pathak, Amarpreet S Sawhney, Neil P Desai, Jennifer L Hill: Photopolymerizable biodegradable hydrogels as tissue contacting materials and controlled-release carriers. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Kilpatrick & Cody, April 25, 1995: US05410016 (484 worldwide citation)

Hydrogels of polymerized and crosslinked macromers comprising hydrophilic oligomers having biodegradable monomeric or oligomeric extensions, which biodegradable extensions are terminated on free ends with end cap monomers or oligomers capable of polymerization and cross linking are described. The hy ...


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Jeffrey A Hubbell, Donald Elbert, Jennifer L Hill West, Paul D Drumheller, Sanghamitra Chowdhury, Amarpreet Sawhney: Multifunctional organic polymers. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Patrea L Pabst, October 31, 1995: US05462990 (256 worldwide citation)

Described herein is a multi-functional polymeric material for use in inhibiting adhesion and immune recognition between cells and cells, cells and tissues, and tissues and tissues. One component of the polymeric material adsorbs well to cells or tissue, and the other component of the polymeric mater ...


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Jeffrey A Hubbell, Amarpreet S Sawhney: Biocompatible microcapsules. The Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Lyon & Lyon, January 10, 1995: US05380536 (230 worldwide citation)

Biocompatible microcapsules useful for transplanting foreign material into an animal body, and the method of their production, are described, wherein the microcapsules contain an outermost layer of water soluble non-ionic polymers such as PEO to create resistance to cell adhesion on the surface of t ...


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Jeffrey A Hubbell, Chandrashekhar P Pathak, Amarpreet S Sawhney, Neil P Desai, Syed F A Hossainy: Gels for encapsulation of biological materials. The Board of Regents the Univeristy of Texas System, Lyon & Lyon, June 25, 1996: US05529914 (221 worldwide citation)

This invention provides novel methods for the formation of biocompatible membranes around biological materials using photopolymerization of water soluble molecules. The membranes can be used as a covering to encapsulate biological materials or biomedical devices, as a "glue" to cause more than one b ...


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Jeffrey A Hubbell, Chandrashekhar P Pathak, Amarpreet S Sawhney, Neil P Desai, Jennifer L Hill West, Syed F A Hossainy: Gels for encapsulation of biological materials. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Arnall Golden & Gregory, November 12, 1996: US05573934 (193 worldwide citation)

Water soluble macromers are modified by addition of free radical polymerizable groups, such as those containing a carbon-carbon double or triple bond, which can be polymerized under mild conditions to encapsulate tissues, cells, or biologically active materials. The polymeric materials are particula ...


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Arthur J Coury, Amarpreet S Sawhney, Jeffrey A Hubbell, C Michael Philbrook: Hemostatic tissue sealants. Focal, Arnall Golden & Gregory, December 19, 2000: US06162241 (175 worldwide citation)

A method of controlling hemostasis by applying a hemostatic agent in a tissue sealant composition. The tissue sealant is a biodegradable, biocompatible synthetic polymer that may not intrinsically possess strong hemostatic properties. Inclusion of a hemostatic material in the tissue sealant can cont ...


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Jeffrey A Hubbell, Chandrashekhar P Pathak, Amarpreet S Sawhney, Neil P Desai, Jennifer L Hill: Photopolymerizable biodegradable hydrogels as tissue contacting materials and controlled-release carriers. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Patrea L Pabst, May 6, 1997: US05626863 (134 worldwide citation)

Hydrogels of polymerized and crosslinked macromers comprising hydrophilic oligomers having biodegradable monomeric or oligomeric extensions, which biodegradable extensions are terminated on free ends with end cap monomers or oligomers capable of polymerization and cross linking are described. The hy ...


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Jeffrey A Hubbell, Chandrashekhar P Pathak, Amarpreet S Sawhney, Neil P Desai, Jennifer L Hill West: Photopolymerizable biodegradable hydrogels as tissue contacting materials and controlled-release carriers. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Arnall Golden & Gregory, October 22, 1996: US05567435 (125 worldwide citation)

Hydrogels of polymerized and crosslinked macromers comprising hydrophilic oligomers having biodegradable monomeric or oligomeric extensions, which biodegradable extensions are terminated on free ends with end cap monomers or oligomers capable of polymerization and cross linking are described. The hy ...