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ALZA Corporation was a pharmaceutical and medical systems company founded in 1968 by Dr Alejandro Zaffaroni; the company's name is a portmanteau of his name. ALZA pioneered the field of drug delivery systems, bringing over 20 prescription pharmaceutical products to market, and employing about 10,000 people during 20 years. ALZA was acquired by Johnson & Johnson in May 2001, in a stock-for-stock transaction worth US$10.5 billion. Wikipedia.


Patent
ALZA Corp. | Date: 2014-01-21

Compositions of and methods for formulating and delivering biologically active agent formulations having enhanced physical stability, and wherein deterioration from the presence of oxygen and/or water is minimized and/or controlled, to yield a stable formulation. The compositions of and methods for formulating and delivering biologically active agents of the present invention further facilitate their incorporation into a biocompatible coating which can be employed to coat a stratum-corneum piercing microprojection, or a plurality of stratum-corneum piercing microprojections of a delivery device, for delivery of the biocompatible coating through the skin of a subject, thus providing an effective means of delivering the biologically active agents.


Patent
ALZA Corp. | Date: 2014-06-17

A retainer (


Patent
ALZA Corp. | Date: 2015-02-23

A transparent transdermal delivery device for delivering nicotine which has an Opacity Index of less than 48.6%.


A polyacrylate formulation suitable for delivery of drug to through a body surface of an individual. By loading the drug and permeation enhancers at a high concentration into a polyacrylate proadhesive that has inadequate adhesive properties for typical adhesive application on the skin, a formulation with desirable adhesive characteristics and effective therapeutic properties can be made. The proadhesive has higher glass transition temperature than typical pressure sensitive adhesives.


Patent
ALZA Corp. | Date: 2015-11-06

A transparent transdermal delivery device for delivering nicotine which has an Opacity Index of less than 48.6%.

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