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Blood flow distributions by microsphere deposition methods

Feasibility of High Activity Rhenium-188-Microsphere in Hepatic Radioembolization

Transcoronary septal ablation in hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy by embolizing microspheres†

Simultaneous measurement of cardiac output and its distribution with microspheres in the rat

A sensitive microsphere coagulation ELISA for Escherichia coli O157:H7 using Russell's viper venom

Gentamicin-loaded microspheres for reducing the intracellular Brucella abortus load in infected monocytes

Microencapsulation to reduce mechanical loss of microspheres: implications in myocardial cell therapy

Intracellular killing of Brucella melitensis in human macrophages with microsphere-encapsulated gentamicin

Chemotherapeutic potential of alginate–chitosan microspheres as anti-tubercular drug carriers

Gentamicin-loaded microspheres for treatment of experimental Brucella abortus infection in mice

Drug-nanoencapsulated PLGA microspheres prepared by emulsion electrospray with controlled release behavior

Direct visualization of septal perforator coronary arterial blood flow during perflutren microsphere contrast echocardiography

Comparative study of sequence-dependent hybridization kinetics in solution and on microspheres

Multiplexed SNP genotyping using the Qbead™ system: a quantum dot‐encoded microsphere‐based assay

Genotyping single nucleotide polymorphisms directly from genomic DNA by invasive cleavage reaction on microspheres

152PTRANSARTERIAL CHEMOEMBOLISATION USING DRUG-ELUTING MICROSPHERES DEM-TACE IN LUNG CARCINOMA METASTASES TO THE LIVER IN HUMANS

Long-term regression of experimental endometriosis in a rat model treated with local application of levonorgestrel-loaded biodegradable microspheres

Treatment of Hepatocellular Carcinoma Using Arterial Chemoembolization with Degradable Starch Microspheres and Continuous Arterial Infusion of 5-Fluorouracil

 

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One of a preparation of spherical particles of known and uniform size, usually in the range 10–40 μm in diameter, and prepared from, e.g., serum albumin or an ion‐exchange resin ...

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