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Chandrashekhar P Pathak, Shikha P Barman, C Michael Philbrook, Amarpreet S Sawhney, Arthur J Coury, Luis Z Avila, Mark T Kieras: Multiblock biodegradable hydrogels for drug delivery and tissue treatment. Focal, Arnall Golden & Gregory, March 13, 2001: US06201065 (145 worldwide citation)

Gel-forming macromers including at least four polymeric blocks, at least two of which are hydrophobic and at least one of which is hydrophilic, and including a crosslinkable group are provided. The macromers can be covalently crosslinked to form a gel on a tissue surface in vivo. The gels formed fro ...


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Amarpreet S Sawhney, David A Melanson, Chandrashekar P Pathak, Jeffrey A Hubbell, Luis Z Avila, Mark T Kieras, Stephen D Goodrich, Shikha P Barman, Arthur J Coury, Ronald S Rudowsky, Douglas J K Weaver, Marc A Levine, John C Spiridigliozzi, Thomas S Bromander, Dean M Pichon, George Selecman, David J Nedder, Bradley C Poff, Donald L Elbert: Redox and photoinitiator systems for priming and improved adherence of gels to substrates. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Focal, Arnall Golden & Gregory, September 19, 2000: US06121341 (97 worldwide citation)

An impoved barrier or drug delivery system which is highly adherent to the surface to which it is applied is disclosed, along with methods for making the barrier. In the preferred embodiment, tissue is stained with a photoinitiator, then the polymer solution or gel having added thereto a defined amo ...


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Amarpreet S Sawhney, David J Enscore, Stephen D Goodrich, William C Nason, Fei Yao, Douglas Weaver, Peter K Jarrett, Arthur J Coury, Ronald S Rudowsky, Michelle D Powell, Luis Z Avila, Shikha P Barman: Polymerizable biodegradable polymers including carbonate or dioxanone linkages. Focal, Arnall Golden & Gregory, July 4, 2000: US06083524 (78 worldwide citation)

Water-soluble macromers including at least one hydrolysable linkage formed from carbonate or dioxanone groups, at least one water-soluble polymeric block, and at least one polymerizable group, and methods of preparation and use thereof are described. The macromers are preferably polymerized using fr ...


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Amarpreet S Sawhney, David A Melanson, Chandrashekar P Pathak, Jeffrey A Hubbell, Luis Z Avila, Mark T Kieras, Stephen D Goodrich, Shikha P Barman, Arthur J Coury, Ronald S Rudowsky, Douglas J K Weaver: Redox and photoinitiator priming for improved adherence of gels to substrates. Focal, The Board of Regents University of Texas System, Arnall Golden & Gregory, December 1, 1998: US05844016 (78 worldwide citation)

An improved barrier or drug delivery system which is highly adherent to the surface to which it is applied is disclosed, along with methods for making the barrier. The barrier can be prepared by staining tissue with a photoinitiator, applying a solution containing a polymerizable barrier material so ...


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Amarpreet S Sawhney, Peter K Jarrett, Arthur J Coury, Ronald S Rudowsky, Michelle D Powell, Luis Z Avila, David J Enscore, Stephen D Goodrich, William C Nason, Fei Yao, Douglas Weaver, Shikha P Barman: Polymerizable biodegradable polymers including carbonate or dioxanone linkages. Focal, Arnall Golden & Gregory, January 23, 2001: US06177095 (63 worldwide citation)

Water-soluble macromers including at least one hydrolysable linkage formed from carbonate or dioxanone groups, at least one water-soluble polymeric block, and at least one polymerizable group, and methods of preparation and use thereof are described. The macromers are preferably polymerized using fr ...


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Arthur J Coury, Luis Z Avila, Chandrashekhar P Pathak, Shikha P Barman: Poly(hydroxy acid)/polymer conjugates for skin applications. Focal, Arnall Golden & Gregory, July 17, 2001: US06261544 (55 worldwide citation)

A method for alleviating the symptoms of a cosmetic or dermatologic skin condition is described. An effective amount of a poly(hydroxy acid)/polymer conjugate in a pharmaceutically or cosmetically acceptable vehicle is provided. Topical compositions of the conjugates with another cosmetic or dermato ...


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Amarpreet S Sawhney, David A Melanson, Chandrashekar P Pathak, Jeffrey A Hubbell, Luis Z Avila, Mark T Kieras, Stephen D Goodrich, Shikha P Barman, Arthur J Coury, Ronald S Rudowsky, Douglas J K Weaver, Marc A Levine, John C Spiridigliozzi, Thomas S Bromander, Dean M Pichon, George Selecman, David J Nedder, Bradley C Poff, Donald L Elbert: Redox and photoinitiator systems for priming for improved adherence of gels to substrates. Focal, Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Holland & Knight, May 14, 2002: US06387977 (41 worldwide citation)

An impoved barrier or drug delivery system which is highly adherent to the surface to which it is applied is disclosed, along with methods for making the barrier. In the preferred embodiment, tissue is stained with a photoinitiator, then the polymer solution or gel having added thereto a defined amo ...


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Chandrashekhar P Pathak, Shikha P Barman, C Michael Philbrook, Amarpreet S Sawhney, Arthur J Coury, Luis Z Avila, Mark T Kieras: Multiblock biodegradable hydrogels for drug delivery and tissue treatment. Focal, Holland & Knight, June 25, 2002: US06410645 (36 worldwide citation)

Gel-forming macromers including at least four polymeric blocks, at least two of which are hydrophobic and at least one of which is hydrophilic, and including a crosslinkable group are provided. The macromers can be covalently crosslinked to form a gel on a tissue surface in vivo. The gels formed fro ...


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Chandrashekhar P Pathak, Shikha P Barman, C Michael Philbrook, Amarpreet S Sawhney, Arthur J Coury, Luis Z Avila, Mark T Kieras: Multiblock biodegradable hydrogels for drug delivery and tissue treatment. Focal, Holland & Knight, October 28, 2003: US06639014 (31 worldwide citation)

Gel-forming macromers including at least four polymeric blocks, at least two of which are hydrophobic and at least one of which is hydrophilic, and including a crosslinkable group are provided. The macromers can be covalently crosslinked to form a gel on a tissue surface in vivo. The gels formed fro ...


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Chandrashekhar P Pathak, Shikha P Barman, C Michael Philbrook, Amarpreet S Sawhney, Arthur J Coury, Luis Z Avila, Mark T Kieras: Multiblock biodegradable hydrogels for drug delivery and tissue treatment. Genzyme Corporation, Isabelle Blundell, August 2, 2005: US06923986 (30 worldwide citation)

Gel-forming macromers including at least four polymeric blocks, at least two of which are hydrophobic and at least one of which is hydrophilic, and including a crosslinkable group are provided. The macromers can be covalently crosslinked to form a gel on a tissue surface in vivo. The gels formed fro ...