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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Liquidia Technologies | Date: 2015-06-24

A delivery system for local drug delivery to a target site of internal body tissue is provided. The delivery system comprises a source electrode adapted to be positioned proximate to a target site of internal body tissue. A counter electrode is in electrical communication with the source electrode, and is configured to cooperate with the source electrode to form a localized electric field proximate to the target site. A reservoir is configured to be disposed such that the reservoir is capable of interacting with the localized electric field. The reservoir is configured to carry a cargo capable of being delivered to the target site when exposed to the localized electric field. Associated methods are also provided.


Patent
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Liquidia Technologies | Date: 2014-01-17

The present invention provides a system for fabricating a microneedle device and microneedle devices. The system includes depositing a first material on a delivery sheet, introducing the delivery sheet with deposited first material to a mold, passing the delivery sheet with deposited first material and mold through a nip-point to introduce at least a portion of first material into cavities in the mold, and separating the mold from the first material to provide a microneedle device with needles mimicking the cavities of the mold.


A plurality of nanoparticles, a structure assembled therefrom, a method of forming the structure, including a plurality of particles where each particle of the plurality of particles is configured with a substantially predetermined shape and a largest dimension less than about 100 micrometers, and where each particle of the plurality of particles includes an opening through the particle.


Patent
Liquidia Technologies | Date: 2015-06-11

A method of stimulating an immune response in a subject including administering a micrometer-sized particle coupled with an antigen to the subject, wherein increasing the aspect ratio of the micrometer-sized particle increases the immune response. A method of stimulating an immune response in a subject including administering to the subject a plurality of particles, wherein each particle is coupled with an immuno stimulating agent and a protein. A vaccine particle composition including a plurality of particles configured to release a first protein at a first rate and a second protein at a second rate and configured to provide priming and boosting capability in a single dose.


A laminate nanomold includes a layer of perfluoropolyether defining a cavity that has a predetermined shape and a support layer coupled with the layer of perfluoropolyether. The laminate can also include a tie-layer coupling the layer of perfluoropolyether with the support layer. The tie-layer can also include a photocurable component and a thermal curable component. The cavity can have a broadest dimension of less than 500 nanometers.


Patent
Liquidia Technologies | Date: 2015-11-10

A large area patterned film includes a first patterned area; a second patterned area; and a seam joining the first patterned area and the second patterned area, wherein the seam has a width less than about 20 micrometers. A method for tiling patterned areas includes depositing a predetermined thickness of a curable material; contacting a first portion of the curable material with a mold; curing the first portion of the curable material; removing the mold from the cured first portion of the curable material; contacting a second portion of the curable material with the mold, such that the mold contacts a portion of the cured first portion of the curable material; curing the second portion of the curable material; and removing the mold to yield a seam between the cured first portion of the curable material and the cured second portion of the curable material, wherein the seam has a dimension less than about 20 micrometers.


A laminate nanomold includes a layer of perfluoropolyether defining a cavity that has a predetermined shape and a support layer coupled with the layer of perfluoropolyether. The laminate can also include a tie-layer coupling the layer of perfluoropolyether with the support layer. The tie-layer can also include a photocurable component and a thermal curable component. The cavity can have a broadest dimension of less than 500 nanometers.


A laminate nanomold includes a layer of perfluoropolyether defining a cavity that has a predetermined shape and a support layer coupled with the layer of perfluoropolyether. The laminate can also include a tie-layer coupling the layer of perfluoropolyether with the support layer. The tie-layer can also include a photocurable component and a thermal curable component. The cavity can have a broadest dimension of less than 500 nanometers.


A laminate nanomold includes a layer of perfluoropolyether defining a cavity that has a predetermined shape and a support layer coupled with the layer of perfluoropolyether. The laminate can also include a tie-layer coupling the layer of perfluoropolyether with the support layer. The tie-layer can also include a photocurable component and a thermal curable component. The cavity can have a broadest dimension of less than 500 nanometers.


A medical device includes a textured surface having a predetermined nanostructure, wherein the nanostructure is less than about 500 nanometers in a broadest dimension. The textures nanostructure surface reduces friction between the medical device and biological tissue.

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