Items where Kingston Author is "Coombes, Allan"

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Wang, Yiwei, Chang, Hsin-I, Li, Xiongwei, Alpar, Oyar and Coombes, Allan G.A. (2009) Delivery of bioactive macromolecules from microporous polymer matrices: release and activity profiles of lysozyme, collagenase and catalase. European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 37(3-4), pp. 387-394. ISSN (print) 0928-0987

Chang, H. I., Lau, Y. C., Yan, C. and Coombes, A. G. (2008) Controlled release of an antibiotic, gentamicin sulphate, from gravity spun polycaprolactone fibers. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, 84A(1), pp. 230-237. ISSN (print) 1549-3296

Mohammed, Afzal R., Bramwell, Vincent W., Coombes, Allan G. A. and Perrie, Yvonne (2006) Lyophilisation and sterilisation of liposomal vaccines to produce stable and sterile products. Methods, 40(1), pp. 30-38. ISSN (print) 1046-2023

Chang, H.-I., Perrie, Y. and Coombes, A. G. A. (2006) Delivery of the antibiotic gentamicin sulphate from precipitation cast matrices of polycaprolactone. Journal of Controlled Release, 110(2), pp. 414-421. ISSN (print) 0168-3659

Chang, H.-I., Williamson, M.R., Perrie, Y. and Coombes, A.G.A. (2005) Precipitation casting of drug-loaded microporous PCL matrices: incorporation of progesterone by co-dissolution. Journal of Controlled Release, 106(3), pp. 263-272. ISSN (online) 0168-3659

Dai, N.-T., Williamson, M.R., Khammo, N., Adams, E.F. and Coombes, A.G.A. (2004) Composite cell support membranes based on collagen and polycaprolactone for tissue engineering of skin. Biomaterials, 25(18), pp. 4263-4271. ISSN (online) 0142-9612

Williamson, Matthew R. and Coombes, Allan G.A. (2004) Gravity spinning of polycaprolactone fibres for applications in tissue engineering. Biomaterials, 25(3), pp. 459-465. ISSN (online) 0142-9612

Coombes, A.G.A., Rizzi, S.C., Williamson, M., Barralet, J.E., Downes, S. and Wallace, W.A. (2004) Precipitation casting of polycaprolactone for applications in tissue engineering and drug delivery. Biomaterials, 25(2), pp. 315-325. ISSN (online) 0142-9612

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