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David A Edwards, Giovanni Caponetti, Jeffrey S Hrkach, Noah Lotan, Justin Hanes, Abdell Aziz Ben Jebria, Robert S Langer: Aerodynamically light particles for pulmonary drug delivery. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Penn State Research Foundation, Arnall Golden & Gregory, February 23, 1999: US05874064 (248 worldwide citation)


Improved aerodynamically light particles for drug delivery to the pulmonary system, and methods for their synthesis and administration are provided. In a preferred embodiment, the aerodynamically light particles are made of a biodegradable material and have a tap density less than 0.4 g/cm.sup.3 and ...


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David A Edwards, Giovanni Caponetti, Jeffrey S Hrkach, Noah Lotan, Justin Hanes, Abdell Aziz Ben Jebria, Robert S Langer: Aerodynamically light particles for pulmonary drug delivery. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Penn State Research Foundation, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, October 24, 2000: US06136295 (153 worldwide citation)


Improved aerodynamically light particles for drug delivery to the pulmonary system, and methods for their synthesis and administration are provided. In a preferred embodiment, the aerodynamically light particles are made of a biodegradable material and have a tap density less than 0.4 g/cm.sup.3 and ...


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David A Edwards, Giovannia Caponetti, Jeffrey S Hrkach, Noah Lotan, Justin Hanes, Abdell Aziz Ben Jebria, Robert S Langer: Aerodynamically light particles for pulmonary drug delivery. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Penn State Research Foundation, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, January 7, 2003: US06503480 (71 worldwide citation)


Improved aerodynamically light particles for delivery to the pulmonary system, and methods for their preparation and administration are provided. In a preferred embodiment, the aerodynamically light particles are made of a biodegradable material and have a tap density less than 0.4 g/cm


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David A Edwards, Giovanni Caponetti, Jeffrey S Hrkach, Noah Lotan, Justin Hanes, Abdellaziz Ben Jebria, Robert S Langer: Aerodynamically light particles for pulmonary drug delivery. October 21, 2003: US06635283 (63 worldwide citation)


Improved aerodynamically light particles for drug delivery to the pulmonary system, and methods for their synthesis and administration are provided. In a preferred embodiment, the aerodynamically light particles are made of biodegradable material and have a tap density of less than 0.4 g/cm


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David A Edwards, Giovanni Caponetti, Jeffrey S Hrkach, Noah Lotan, Justin Hanes, Abdellaziz Ben Jebria, Robert S Langer: Aerodynamically light particles for pulmonary drug delivery. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Penn State Research Foundation, Elmore Craig P C, Carolyn S Elmore, Anne I Craig, September 13, 2005: US06942868 (12 worldwide citation)


Improved aerodynamically light particles for drug delivery to the pulmonary system, and methods for their synthesis and administration are provided. In a preferred embodiment, the aerodynamically light particles are made of biodegradable material and have a tap density of less than 0.4 g/cm3 and a m ...


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David A Edwards, Giovannia Caponetti, Jeffrey S Hrkach, Noah Lotan, Justin Hanes, Abdell Aziz Ben Jebria, Robert S Langer: Aerodynamically light particles for pulmonary drug delivery. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Penn State Research Foundation, Elmore Craig & Vanstone P C, Carolyn S Elmore, Anne I Craig, December 20, 2005: US06977087 (11 worldwide citation)


Improved aerodynamically light particles for delivery to the pulmonary system, and methods for their preparation and administration are provided. In a preferred embodiment, the aerodynamically light particles are made of a biodegradable material and have a tap density less than 0.4 g/cm3 and a mass ...


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David A Edwards, Giovanni Caponetti, Jeffrey S Hrkach, Noah Lotan, Justin Hanes, Abdellaziz Ben Jebria, Robert S Langer: Aerodynamically light particles for pulmonary drug delivery. The Penn State Research Foundation, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, June 4, 2002: US06399102 (8 worldwide citation)


Improved aerodynamically light particles for drug delivery to the pulmonary system, and methods for their synthesis and administration are provided. In a preferred embodiment, the aerodynamically light particles are made of biodegradable material and have a tap density of less than 0.4 g/cm


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Edwards David A, Caponetti Giovanni, Hrkach Jeffrey S, Lotan Noah, Hanes Justin, Ben Jebria Abdell Aziz, Langer Robert S: Particules legeres aerodynamiques pour la diffusion de medicaments dans lappareil respiratoire, Aerodynamically light particles for pulmonary drug delivery. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Penn State Research Foundation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Penn State Research Foundation, BERESKIN & PARR, November 27, 1997: CA2255564


Improved aerodynamically light particles for delivery to the pulmonary system, and methods for their preparation and administration are provided. In a preferred embodiment, the aerodynamically light particles are made of a biodegradable material and have a tap density less than 0.4 g/cm3 and a mass ...


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David A Edwards, Giovanni Caponetti, Jeffrey S Hrkach, Noah Lotan, Justin Hanes, Abdellaziz Ben Jebria, Robert S Langer: Aerodynamically light particles for pulmonary drug delivery. The Penn State Research Foundation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Carolyn S Elmore Esq, Elmore Craig PC, March 11, 2004: US20040047811-A1


Improved aerodynamically light particles for drug delivery to the pulmonary system, and methods for their synthesis and administration are provided. In a preferred embodiment, the aerodynamically light particles are made of biodegradable material and have a tap density of less than 0.4 g/cm3 and a m ...


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David A Edwards, Giovanni Caponetti, Jeffrey S Hrkach, Noah Lotan, Justin Hanes, Abdellaziz Ben Jebria, Robert S Langer: Aerodynamically light particles for pulmonary drug delivery. Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds PC, October 3, 2002: US20020141947-A1


Improved aerodynamically light particles for drug delivery to the pulmonary system, and methods for their synthesis and administration are provided. In a preferred embodiment, the aerodynamically light particles are made of biodegradable material and have a tap density of less than 0.4 g/cm3 and a m ...



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