Gregory Gregoriadis

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The School of Pharmacy University of London, London, England, United Kingdom 
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Perrie Y, Obrenovic M, McCarthy D, et al. (2002) Liposome (Lipodine)-mediated DNA vaccination by the oral route. Journal of Liposome Research. 12: 185-97
Perrie Y, Gregoriadis G. (2000) Liposome-entrapped plasmid DNA: characterisation studies. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 1475: 125-32
Gregoriadis G, McCormack B, Obrenovic M, et al. (1999) Vaccine entrapment in liposomes. Methods (San Diego, Calif.). 19: 156-62
Murdan S, Gregoriadis G, Florence AT. (1999) Sorbitan monostearate/polysorbate 20 organogels containing niosomes: a delivery vehicle for antigens? European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences : Official Journal of the European Federation For Pharmaceutical Sciences. 8: 177-86
Murdan S, Gregoriadis G, Florence AT. (1999) Interaction of a nonionic surfactant-based organogel with aqueous media. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 180: 211-4
Murdan S, Gregoriadis G, Florence AT. (1999) Inverse toroidal vesicles: precursors of tubules in sorbitan monostearate organogels. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 183: 47-9
Murdan S, van den Bergh B, Gregoriadis G, et al. (1999) Water-in-sorbitan monostearate organogels (water-in-oil gels). Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 88: 615-9
Murdan S, Gregoriadis G, Florence AT. (1999) Novel sorbitan monostearate organogels. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 88: 608-14
Obrenovic MM, Perrie Y, Gregoriadis G. (1998) Entrapment of plasmid DNA into niosomes: Characterization studies Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 50: 155-155
Murdan S, Gregoriadis G, Florence AT. (1996) Gelation of hexadecane with span 60: A potential organogel-based controlled release system European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 4: S158
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