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Abraham (Avri) Rubinstein
Abraham (Avri) Rubinstein
Professor of Phramceutical Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Boron containing compounds as protease inhibitors
R Smoum, A Rubinstein, VM Dembitsky, M Srebnik
Chemical reviews 112 (7), 4156-4220, 2012
4382012
In Vitro Evaluation of Calcium Pectinate: A Potential Colon-Specific Drug Delivery Carrier
A Rubinstein, R Radai, M Ezra, S Pathak, JS Rokem
Pharmaceutical research 10, 258-263, 1993
3691993
Approaches and opportunities in colon-specific drug delivery
A Rubinstein
Critical Reviews™ in Therapeutic Drug Carrier Systems 12 (2-3), 1995
2531995
Microbially controlled drug delivery to the colon
A Rubinstein
Biopharmaceutics & drug disposition 11 (6), 465-475, 1990
2201990
Chondroitin sulfate: a potential biodegradable carrier for colon-specific drug delivery
A Rubinstein, D Nakar, A Sintov
International journal of pharmaceutics 84 (2), 141-150, 1992
1781992
Differential adhesion of normal and inflamed rat colonic mucosa by charged liposomes
TT Jubeh, Y Barenholz, A Rubinstein
Pharmaceutical research 21, 447-453, 2004
1672004
Colonic drug delivery: enhanced release of indomethacin from cross-linked chondroitin matrix in rat cecal content
A Rubinstein, D Nakar, A Sintov
Pharmaceutical research 9, 276-278, 1992
1641992
Phosphated crosslinked guar for colon-specific drug delivery: I. Preparation and physicochemical characterization
I Gliko-Kabir, B Yagen, A Penhasi, A Rubinstein
Journal of controlled release 63 (1-2), 121-127, 2000
1632000
Transferrin as a luminal target for negatively charged liposomes in the inflamed colonic mucosa
B Tirosh, N Khatib, Y Barenholz, A Nissan, A Rubinstein
Molecular pharmaceutics 6 (4), 1083-1091, 2009
1532009
The rationale for peptide drug delivery to the colon and the potential of polymeric carriers as effective tools
A Rubinstein, B Tirosh, M Baluom, T Nassar, A David, R Radai, ...
Journal of controlled release 46 (1-2), 59-73, 1997
1521997
Phosphated crosslinked guar for colon-specific drug delivery: II. In vitro and in vivo evaluation in the rat
I Gliko-Kabir, B Yagen, M Baluom, A Rubinstein
Journal of controlled release 63 (1-2), 129-134, 2000
1492000
Specific delivery to the gastrointestinal tract
A Rubinstein, DR Friend
polymeric site-specific Pharmacotherapy, Wiley, Chichester, 282-283, 1994
1381994
Design of a multivalent galactoside ligand for selective targeting of HPMA copolymer–doxorubicin conjugates to human colon cancer cells
A David, P Kopečková, T Minko, A Rubinstein, J Kopeček
European journal of cancer 40 (1), 148-157, 2004
1332004
Low swelling, crosslinked guar and its potential use as colon-specific drug carrier
I Gliko-Kabir, B Yagen, A Penhasi, A Rubinstein
Pharmaceutical research 15, 1019-1025, 1998
1321998
Detection of a long non-coding RNA (CCAT1) in living cells and human adenocarcinoma of colon tissues using FIT–PNA molecular beacons
Y Kam, A Rubinstein, S Naik, I Djavsarov, D Halle, I Ariel, AO Gure, ...
Cancer letters 352 (1), 90-96, 2014
1312014
In vitro and in vivo analysis of colon specificity of calcium pectinate formulations
A Rubinstein, R Radai
European journal of pharmaceutics and biopharmaceutics 41 (5), 291-295, 1995
1261995
Biocompatibility evaluation of crosslinked chitosan hydrogels after subcutaneous and intraperitoneal implantation in the rat
AK Azab, V Doviner, B Orkin, J Kleinstern, M Srebnik, A Nissan, ...
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A: An Official Journal of The …, 2007
1252007
Gastric emptying of nondigestible solids in the fasted dog
P Gruber, A Rubinstein, VHK Li, P Bass, JR Robinson
Journal of pharmaceutical sciences 76 (2), 117-122, 1987
1231987
Controlled release oral drug delivery system
A Rubinstein, R Radai, M Friedman, B Tirosh, M Baluom, T Nassar
US Patent 6,692,766, 2004
1202004
The colon as a possible target for orally administered peptide and protein drugs
SM Haupt, A Rubinstein
Critical Reviews™ in Therapeutic Drug Carrier Systems 19 (6), 2002
1162002
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