Session P1

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Session P1 (Monday, 1800-2000)
Session Chair: J. Texter

Nanoparticls & Hydrogels
197.  E. Akala; Crosslinked poly(lactide-co-ethylene glycol) nanoparticles for delivery of bioactive agents
198.  L. Bromberg; Dually responsive microgels from polyether-modified poly(acrylic acid) - Swelling and drug loading
199.  F. Ito; Preparation of irregularly shaped particles in seeded emulsion polymerization with regulated electrostatic coagulation by counter-ion species
200.  U. Meyer; Porous silica and titania microspheres prepared from porous polymer bead templates
201.  S.-J. Seo; Preparation of polymeric nanoparticles using retinoic acid conjgated with galactosylated poly(ethylene glycol)

Controlled Release
202.  J. Chang; Preparation and release study of anticancer drug loaded PLA-gelatin nanospheres
203.  Y. Cheng; Understanding drug release from gel extrusion module (GEM): Computer simulations and comparison with experimental MRI studies
204.  M. Gupta; Design and in-vitro evaluation of a multiparticulate system for budesonide - A potential site-specific drug delivery to the colonic region
205.  M.W. Lubeley; Fabrication of welled PMMA particles for drug delivery

206.  S. Svenson; Nanoparticles of poorly water soluble drugs made via a continuous precipitation process
207.  W.S. Cheong; Use of sucrose stearate in melt agglomeration using high shear mixing
208.  O. Masoud; The in vitro assessment of aerolosized drug deposition using novel oropharyngal models
209.  D.A.V. Morton; Surface topography & adhesive forces of a surface-modified dry powder inhaler formulation technology

Microencapsulation & Liposomes
210.  D. Biggs; Improved encapsulation method for water soluble macromolecules into PLGA nanoparticles using microemulsions
211.  D. Kohane; In vivo evaluation of polymeric microspheres containing tetrodotoxin coencapsulated with amino-amine local anesthetics
212.  F. Ahmed; Polymersomes for drug delivery: From hyperstable leakproof vesicles to hydrolizable membranes
213.  S. Yokoyama; Effect of albumin adsorption on membrane permeability of liposomes
214.  J.A. MacKay; HIV TAT protein transduction domain mediate delivery of liposomes into cells

Micelles & Microemulsions
215.  J. Persello; Electric field induced ordering of silica nanoparticles
216.  A. Garg; Self-emulsifying drug delivery system for a poorly soluble drug - Fluoxetine
217.  Y. Tang; Study of core-shell type nanoparticles of triblock copolymers as potential drug release carriers
218.  P.L. Soo; Compatibility betweenvarious drugs orprobes with biocompatible polycaprolactone-block-poly(ethylene oxide) micelles
219.  R. Savic; PCL-B-PEO micelles delay the internalization but do not alter teh fluorescence pattern of micelle-incorporated probes
220.  R.J. Mumper; Novel ethanol-in-perflubron microemulsions for topical genetic immunization
221.  A. Harada; Control of enzymatic activity of lysozyme entrapped in polyion complex micelles by external stimulus
222.  K.. Huang; Synthesis and characterization of self-assembling block copolymers containing bioadhesive DOPA-moieties

223.  J.A. McConville; Characterization of nanoparticulate systems by hydrodynamic chromatography
224.  T.D. Le; Use of small-angle neutron scattering to elucidate structural properties of multilayered vesicles
225.  J.M. Brinkley; Microsphere-based reagents and standards for flow cytometry

Gene Delivery
226.  K. Kono; Efficient gene delivery mediated by fusogenic polymer-modified liposome-lipoplex complexes

Supercritical Fluids
227.  D.J. Jarmer; A jet-swirl nozzle design for producing nanoscale polymer particles in a supercritical fluid antisolvent process

Nanoparticles in Diagnostics and Separations
228.  A. Kanaras; Restriction enzyme interaction with gold nanoparticle-bound DNA molecules
229.  H. Harma; Ultrasensitive detection using europium(III) nanoparticles and time-resolved fluorescence
230.  L. Sheihet; Uniform functional magnetic nanospheres and microspheres: Synthesis, characterization and biomedical applications
231.  B.B. Yellen; Fabrication of biochemical arrays using magnetic particles carriers
232.  T. Drake; Bioconjugated nanoparticles for bioanalytical applications

Surface Modification
233.  T. Schiestel; Cytokine-functionalized nanoparticles for the stimulation of specific cell responses
234.  X.X. He; Amino-modified silica nanoparticles for gene carriers
235.  C. Li; Preparation of surface functional polymer magnetic microspheres for nucleic acid separation and enzyme immobilization
236.  S.A. Tao; Fabrication and surface modification of welled microparticles
237.  P.J. Pathos; Polymersomes in vitro and in vivo: Variations of PEO-based bilayers and development of proactively stealth polypeptides

Emulsions & Multiple Emulsions
238.  N. Yamazaki;Preparation of W/O emulsions using PTFE membrane emulsification methods forinverse phase polymerization
239.  G. Vergnault; Nanosuspensions as carrier systems for poorly soluble drugs: Preparation through high pressure homogenization HPH and stability upon storage

Spray Dry Processing
240.  A.R. Pohlmann; Spray-dried indomethacin-loaded poly(epsilon-caprolactone) nanocapsules and nanospheres: Development and nanostructure models
241.  S.S. Guterres;In vitro release of indomethacin from spray-dried powders of polyester nanoparticles and gastrointestinal tolerance after oral administration
242.  C. Berkland; Improved techniques for the production of precision micro and nanoparticles

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