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The mean levels of platelet-derived microparticles and soluble P-selectin were significantly higher in group 1 compared to group 2 (45.
2] nano- and microparticles was conducted on plasma glucose level and lipid profile in Wistar rats.
4) introduced the first scientific idea on the wave properties of the material of the microparticles in modern physics [10].
Herein, we developed a facile and green electrospinning method to produce ASF microparticles by using biocompatible polymer poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO) to regulate ASF solution viscosity.
Microparticles (MPs, sometimes referred to as microvesicles or ectosomes) are 100-1000 nm anuclear vesicles formed following cytoskeletal and membrane reorganization and release from cells into the extracellular milieu [7, 8].
With microparticle delivery systems, the particles encapsulating the active ingredients lay on top of the nonwoven.
Abstract Various techniques have been employed to entrap fragrant oils within microcapsules or microparticles in the food, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries for improved stability and delivery.
Platelet microparticle membranes have 50- to 100-fold higher specific procoagulant activity than activated platelets.
Inhibition of microparticle release triggers endothelial cell apoptosis and detachment.
By trapping these growth factors within microparticle materials first, we are concentrating the signal they provide to the stem cells," said Todd McDevitt, an associate professor in the Wallace H.
Delivering the growth factors from microparticles, however, provides better control of the spatial and temporal presentation of the molecules that govern die growth and differentiation of the stem cells, potentially allowing formation of heterogeneous structures formed from different cells.
Microparticle size control and glimepiride microencapsulation using spray congealing technology.