László Seres

László Seres
University of Szeged · Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science

Master of Science

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In actual work we clearly highlight in the first time the experimental factors (dominantly the concentration of the macromolecule components) influencing the formation of human serum albumin/hyaluronic acid (HSA/HyA) complex carrier particles which is not available in the literature despite the several published articles. We have shown that the cha...
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While numerous papers have been published according to the binary surfactant mixtures, only a few articles provide deeper information on the composition dependence of the micellization, and even less work attempts to apply the enhanced feature of the mixed micelles. The most important parameter of the self-assembled surfactants is the critical mice...
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Introduction: The present work describes a calorimetry-founded characterization and design of a potential surfactant based colloidal drug delivery system. However, numerous research groups have published their outcomes according to the thermodynamic characterization of mixed micelle formation but only a few articles provide deeper information on th...
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Introduction: The present work describes a calorimetry-founded characterization and design of a potential surfactant-based colloidal drug delivery system. However, numerous research groups have published their outcomes according to the thermodynamic characterization of mixed micelle formation but only a few articles provide deeper information on th...
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Analysis of in vitro dissolution profiles of encapsulated drugs usually involves the linearization of the applied mathematical model and sometimes transformation of the measured data. In this work, we demonstrate that a spreadsheet routine could provide a universal and reproducible data analysis strategy without the need for linearization. To test...

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