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  • The molecular mechanisms of diabetes mediated impaired wound healing and the development of therapeutic strategies. 

    Gadad, Pramod C. (The Robert Gordon University School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, 2011-01)
    Increased levels of blood glucose are associated with the vascular complications of diabetes. Microvascular complications lead to delayed wound healing in patients suffering from diabetes. Hypoxia and hyperglycaemia ...
  • A novel polyelectrolyte complex between amphiphilic poly (allyl amine) and sodium alginate. 

    Sartawi, Ziad (Robert Gordon University School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, 2015-06)
    Polyelectrolytes are charge carrying polymers, when two oppositely charged polyelectrolytes are combined in a solution favouring charge expression, a polyelectrolyte complex can result. These complexes have been shown to ...
  • A preliminary investigation to group disparate batches of licit and illicit diazepam tablets using differential scanning calorimetry. 

    Bibi, Shahdia; Bremner, D. H.; Macdougall-Heasman, M.; Reid, R.; Simpson, K.; Tough, Ann; Waddell, Stuart; Stewart, I. J.; Matthews, Kerr H. (Royal Society of Chemistry http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C5AY01711D, 2015-10)
    BIBI, S., BREMNER, D. H., MACDOUGALL-HEASMAN, M., REID, R., SIMPSON, K., TOUGH, A., WADDELL, S., STEWART, I. J. and MATTHEWS, K. H., 2015. A preliminary investigation to group disparate batches of licit and illicit diazepam tablets using differential scanning calorimetry. Analytical Methods, 2015, 7, pp. 8597-8604.
    Increasing numbers of illicit and unlicensed medicines are in general circulation and regularly seized by the police and other regulatory authorities. Forensic identification of seized tablets tends to focus on ...