Fibrin-targeted polymerized shell microbubbles as potential theranostic agents for surgical adhesions

Fibrin-targeted polymerized shell microbubbles as potential theranostic agents for surgical adhesions

Catherine A. Gormley, Benjamin J. Keenan, Jo Ann Buczek-Thomas, Amanda C. S. N. Pessoa, Jiang Xu, Fabrice Monti, Patrick Tabeling, R. Glynn Holt, Jon O. Nagy, Joyce Y. Wong

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Agradecimentos: The authors are grateful for support from the NIH (STTRR41GM116530) to J.O.N., J.Y.W., and R.G.H. and fromBoston University’s College of Engineering Dean’s CatalystAward to R.G.H. and J.Y.W. We thank A. Stucchi for helpfuland stimulating discussions and V. Doheny for evaluating...

The development of new therapies for surgical adhesions has proven to be difficult as there is no consistently effective way to assess treatment efficacy in clinical trials without performing a second surgery, which can result in additional adhesions. We have developed lipid microbubble formulations...

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Fibrin-targeted polymerized shell microbubbles as potential theranostic agents for surgical adhesions

Catherine A. Gormley, Benjamin J. Keenan, Jo Ann Buczek-Thomas, Amanda C. S. N. Pessoa, Jiang Xu, Fabrice Monti, Patrick Tabeling, R. Glynn Holt, Jon O. Nagy, Joyce Y. Wong


										

Fibrin-targeted polymerized shell microbubbles as potential theranostic agents for surgical adhesions

Catherine A. Gormley, Benjamin J. Keenan, Jo Ann Buczek-Thomas, Amanda C. S. N. Pessoa, Jiang Xu, Fabrice Monti, Patrick Tabeling, R. Glynn Holt, Jon O. Nagy, Joyce Y. Wong

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    Langmuir : the A C S journal of surfaces and colloids

    Vol. 35, no. 31 (Aug., 2019), p. 1061-1067