PHEMA

AcronymDefinition
PHEMAPoly 2-Hydroxyethylmethacrylate
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This technique was used to identify the core/shell structure by the presence of two distinct [T.sub.g]'s: one due to PMMA and the other to PHeMA.
Three various MPs with carboxyl groups were used for hydrazide functionalization with ADH: SiMAG-carboxyl MPs, PGMA, and PHEMA MPs.
Here, we show that much stronger BC composites of a wide application range can be obtained by varying the BC content in the PHEMA matrix.
Con estas dos bandas podemos garantizar que el entrecruzamiento, tanto para quitosano como para pHEMA, se ha generado en los materiales interpenetrados.
For example, crosslinked PHEMA with good biocompatibility was applied to cystabine (Ara-C) and methotrexate, (19, 20)
Monkey Boy will be joined by rockers PHEMA, whose sound has been likened to that of Foo Fighters and Jimmy Eat World.
Support on the night comes from Dead Cell, Phema and Sandstone.
The law's implementation has been stalled by court challenges led by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhEMA).
Bis-GMA-based resins (a) Resin/ Bis-GMA HEMA HMDMA GDMA PDMA pHEMA TEGDMA ZrDMA monomer BG 55.00 44.00 BH 68.35 30.65 BHm 52.44 46.56 BT 49.50 49.50 BHmH 36.97 29.20 32.83 BTH 35.50 28.00 35.50 BTHZr 35.50 27.00 35.50 1.00 b.
Manufactured in a single piece from a specialized polymer, poly (2-hydroxyethylmethacrylate) (PHEMA), by means of a patented processing technique, the AlphaCor is designed with a sponge rim that encourages the ingrowth of the host cells to anchor the device in place and a clear gel core that provides a clear optical path, Argus explains.
Several polymers containing hydrophilic groups have been used to synthesize hydrogels; some examples are poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) (PHEMA) [7], poly(/V-vinyl pyrrolidone) (PVP) [8], polyethylene glycol) (PEG) [9], polyvinyl alcohol) (PVA) [10], poly(methacrylic acid) [11], and poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) (PN1PA) [12] among others.