granted patent: Self-assembling peptides for promoting hemostasis

TitleSelf-assembling peptides for promoting hemostasis
Granted PatentEP 1879606
Granted Date2008-01-23
Priority Date2006-04-25 PCT/US2006015850
2005-04-25 US 11/674612P
2006-01-13 US 11/758827P
Inventors
Issue Date2008
Citation
EP Patent EP 1879606. European Patent Office (EPO), Escapenet, 2008 How to Cite?
AbstractCompositions that include nanoscale structured materials or precursors thereof (e.g., self-assembling peptides) are described. The compositions can include other substances (e.g., a vasoconstrictor). Also described are methods for using the compositions to promote hemostasis, to protect the skin or wounds from contamination, to decontaiminate a site upon removal of previously applied compositions that provided a protective coating, and to inhibit the movement of bodily substances other than blood. The compositions are also useful in isolating tissue, removing tissue, preserving tissue (for, e.g., subsequent transplantation or reattachment), and as bulking, stabilizing or hydrating agents. Medical devices that include the compositions (e.g., a stent or catheter), bandages or other wound dressings, sutures, and kits that include the compositions are also described.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/213465
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dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/213465-
dc.description.abstractCompositions that include nanoscale structured materials or precursors thereof (e.g., self-assembling peptides) are described. The compositions can include other substances (e.g., a vasoconstrictor). Also described are methods for using the compositions to promote hemostasis, to protect the skin or wounds from contamination, to decontaiminate a site upon removal of previously applied compositions that provided a protective coating, and to inhibit the movement of bodily substances other than blood. The compositions are also useful in isolating tissue, removing tissue, preserving tissue (for, e.g., subsequent transplantation or reattachment), and as bulking, stabilizing or hydrating agents. Medical devices that include the compositions (e.g., a stent or catheter), bandages or other wound dressings, sutures, and kits that include the compositions are also described.-
dc.rightsCreative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License for public patent documents-
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