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Non-Viral Gene Transfection with Ultrasound: Is 100% Transfection Possible?
(American Scientific Publishers, 2012)
Ultrasound has been used as a modality to enhance the transfection of cells, purportedly via entry of genetic material through defects in the cell membrane produced by bubble cavitation events. A mathematical model was ...
Phase transitions of nanoemulsions using ultrasound: Experimental observations
The ultrasound-induced transformation of perfluorocarbon liquids to gases is of interest in the area of drug and gene delivery. In this study, three independent parameters (temperature, size, and perfluorocarbon species) ...
Mathematical modeling of microbubble cavitation at 70 kHz and the importance of the subharmonic in drug delivery from micelles
In order to gain insight into the experimental observation of ultrasound-induced release of drugs from micelles, we modeled the dynamic oscillations of a 10-μm-diameter bubble insonated at 70 kHz. The Parlitz modification ...
Comparing microbubble cavitation at 500 kHz and 70 kHz related to micellar drug delivery using ultrasound
We have previously reported that ultrasonic drug release at 70 kHz was found to correlate with the presence of subharmonic emissions. No evidence of drug release or of the subharmonic emissions were detected in experiments ...
Ultrasound-Mediated Drug Delivery in Cancer Therapy: A Review
(American Scientific Publishers, 2020)
The use of ultrasound as a medical diagnostic tool began in the 1940s. Ever since, the medical applications of ultrasound have included imaging, tumor ablation, and lithotripsy; however, an ever-increasing body of literature ...
Ultrasound-induced doxorubicin release from folate-targeted and non-targeted P105 micelles: a modeling study
(De Gruyter, 2016)
The aim of this work is to study the kinetics of ultrasound (70 kHz) – using a kinetic model that takes into account cavitation events and drug re-encapsulation upon the cessation of the acoustic field. The simulation ...