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Ultrahigh Molecular Weight Block Copolymer Thin Films
Compositions and methods of making biofouling-resistant, ultrahigh molecular weight polymer thin films applicable to water purification as well as drug delivery. Background: At present, the utilization of block copolymer (BCP) derived filtration membranes has been limited due to issues and challenges relating to, for example, synthesis, cost, pore orientation,...
Published: 9/10/2020   |   Inventor(s): Javid Rzayev (ub), Jose Kenneth Mapas(UB), Haiqing Lin(UB)
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Materials and Chemicals, Technology Classifications > Drug Delivery, Campus > University at Buffalo
Stable Micelle Drug Formulations
Researchers at The University at Buffalo have developed a novel method that is effective in formulating drugs. Hydrophobic drug formation traditionally requires heavy use of surfactants for administration. This technology, which is available for licensing, produces concentrated hydrophobic drugs that produce fewer negative side effects than traditional...
Published: 5/8/2019   |   Inventor(s): Jonathan Lovell, Wentao Song, Yumiao Zhang
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Drug Delivery, Technology Classifications > Nanotechnology, Technology Classifications > Dental > Diagnostics, Campus > University at Buffalo
Protein-Doped Hydrogel Dressing for General Wound Healing
A tunable, hydrogel-based wound healing device designed to enable focused and maximal delivery of biologically active therapeutics (e.g. growth factors) to the wound bed.Building on previous work, a team of UB scientists and physicians have developed a unique delivery device that enables directionally-controlled and sustained release of biologically...
Published: 5/21/2014   |   Inventor(s): Joseph Gardella, Robert Hard, Frank Bright, Wesley Hicks, Chih-Chang Chu, Jennifer Appawu, Lynn Sigurdson, David Cohan, Michelle Marchany
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Technology Classifications > Therapeutics and Vaccines, Technology Classifications > Drug Delivery, Campus > University at Buffalo
In Situ Nonlinear Photon Conversion by Biological Medium to Produce Photodynamic Therapy
This new photodynamic therapy (PDT) laser system penetrates further into tissue and is compatible with existing PDT drugs.Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) uses light to photoactivate drugs at the site of tumors causing a burst of free radicals which damage the tumor. The procedure has been used clinically for decades because of its ability to specifically...
Published: 7/23/2013   |   Inventor(s): Tymish Ohulchanskyy, Artem Pliss (non-UB), Aliaksandr Kachynski, Paras Prasad, Andrey Kuzmin
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Therapeutics and Vaccines, Technology Classifications > Drug Delivery, Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Campus > University at Buffalo
Partial Gas Column Separation Using a Pierced Membrane
A gas delivery system with a displaceable partition useful for the efficient delivery of respiratory gases or gases delivered to a patient that include therapeutic drugs, such as in aerosol form. For more information see issued.U.S. Patent 7,533,669
Published: 9/7/2012   |   Inventor(s): Mark Dowhy, Bradley Fuhrman
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Drug Delivery, Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Campus > University at Buffalo
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