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607 publications reference products from PolySciTech division, Akina, Inc.
 

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Research using PolySciTech product: AP022

2020

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Bazylińska, Urszula, Dominika Wawrzyńczyk, Anna Szewczyk, and Julita Kulbacka. "Engineering and biological assessment of double core nanoplatform for co-delivery of hybrid fluorophores to human melanoma". Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry (2020): 111088.
Product Used: AP022
Product Usage: Nanoparticle Shell

2019

Bazylińska, Urszula, Julita Kulbacka, and Grzegorz Chodaczek. "Nanoemulsion Structural Design in Co-Encapsulation of Hybrid Multifunctional Agents: Influence of the Smart PLGA Polymers on the Nanosystem-Enhanced Delivery and Electro-Photodynamic Treatment". Pharmaceutics 11, no. 8 (2019): 405
Product Used: AP022, AK037, AO037
Product Usage: Nanoparticle Shell

Lakkadwala, Sushant, Bruna dos Santos Rodrigues, Chengwen Sun, and Jagdish Singh. "Dual functionalized liposomes for efficient co-delivery of anti-cancer chemotherapeutics for the treatment of glioblastoma". Journal of Controlled Release (2019)
Product Used: AP022
Product Usage: Substrate

2018

Lakkadwala, Sushant, and Jagdish Singh. "Dual Functionalized 5-Fluorouracil Liposomes as Highly Efficient Nanomedicine for Glioblastoma Treatment as Assessed in an In Vitro Brain Tumor Model". Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2018).
Product Used: AP022
Product Usage: Cell-Scaffold

Lakkadwala, Sushant, and Jagdish Singh. "Co-delivery of Doxorubicin and Erlotinib through Liposomal Nanoparticles for Glioblastoma Tumor Regression Using an In Vitro Brain Tumor Model.". Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces (2018)
Product Used: AP022
Product Usage: Nanoparticle Shell

 

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