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Design and Evaluation of HIV Microbicides Loaded mucoadhesive Nanoformulation
HIV/AIDS had caused more than 25 million deaths since it was first recognized. Women are more susceptible to HIV infection in comparison with men due to human physiology, social, economic disadvantages. To protect women ...
Characterization of D-boroala as a novel Broad-spectrum antibacterial agent targeting D-Ala-D-Ala ligase & designer linkers : model reactions and linear free energy relationships in the reactivity and design of solid-phase linkers
Bacterial infections were the major cause of death and morbidity prior to the development of modern antibiotics, and the increasing resistance of pathogenic bacteria to commonly used antibacterial agents is a major public ...
Engineering of Human Acid Phosphatase Enzyme Sensitive Nanomedicine for HIV/AIDS Prevention by Topical Route
(University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2018)
This study is divided into two aims. Aim #1 focuses on the development and characterization of tenofovir (TFV) loaded a stimuli sensitive nanomedicine against male to female HIV/AIDS infection. Aim #2 focus on the ...