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  1. The direct inhibition of MMP-2 and MMP-9 by an enzyme alginogel: A possible mechanism of healing support for venous leg ulcers

    T. Grzela,1,2 MD, PhD; J. Niderla-Bielinska,1 PhD; M. Litwiniuk,1 PhD; R. White,3 BSc, MSB, PhD;
    JOURNAL OF WOUND CARE VOL 23, NO 5, MAY 2014

  2. Retrospective study of radiotherapy-induced skin reactions in breast cancer patients: Reduced incidence of moist desquamation with ahydroactive colloid gel versus dexpanthenol

    Sandrine Censabella , Stefan Claes , Marc Orlandini , Roel Braekers, Herbert Thijs ,Paul Bulens
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ejon.2014.04.009

  3. Flaminal enzyme alginogel: A novel approach to the control of wound exudate, bioburden and debridement

    Richard J. White
    Journal of Tissue Viability (2014)

  4. A comparative study of 1% silver sulphadiazine (Flammazine®) versus an enzyme alginogel (Flaminal®) in the treatment of partial thickness burns

    Hoeksema H.,Vandekerckhove D., Verbelen J., Heyneman A., Monstrey S., A comparative study of 1% silver sulphadiazine (Flammazine®) versus an enzyme alginogel (Flaminal®) in the treatment of partial thickness burns
    Burns 2013; 39(6) : 1234-1241

  5. Inhibition of biofilms by glucose oxidase, lactoperoxidase and guaiacol: the active antibacterial component in an enzyme alginogel

    Cooper RA, Inhibition of biofilms by glucose oxidase, lactoperoxidase and guaiacol: the active antibacterial component in an enzyme alginogel
    Int Wound J. 2013, 10(6) : 630-637

  6. Expert consensus on a new enzyme alginogel

    Beele H., Durante C., Kerihuel S., Rice S., Rondas A., Stryja J., White R.(2012), Expert consensus on a new enzyme alginogel.
    WOUNDS International 2012; 3(2):42-50

  7. An open label non-comparative case series on the efficacy of an enzyme alginogel

    Durante C.M., MD (2012), An open label non-comparative case series on the efficacy of an enzyme alginogel.
    Journal of Wound Care 2012; 21(1):22-28

  8. The use of a new wound Alginogel for the treatment of partial-thickness hand burns

    Kyriopoulos E., Van den Plas D., Papadopoulos O., Papadopoulos S., Zapandioti P., Tsoutsos D. (2010), The use of a new wound Alginogel for the treatment of partial-thickness hand burns.
    WOUNDS 2010; 22(6):161-164

  9. Pre-clinical evaluation of a new antimicrobial enzyme system for the control of wound bioburden

    De Smet K., Van den Plas D., Lens D., Sollie P. (2009), Pre-clinical evaluation of a new antimicrobial enzyme system for the control of wound bioburden.
    WOUNDS 2009: a compendium of clinical research and practice 21(3):65-73

  10. Treatment of Recalcitrant Wounds of Diverse Etiology With a New Hydroactive Gel

    Dave L. Van den Plas, Antoon Lambrecht, Danny Jacobs, Johan Liekens, Marc Van Hoey (2009)
    WOUNDS 2009; 21(9):243–248

  11. Differential cell death programmes induced by silver dressings in vitro

    Van den Plas D., De Smet K., Lens D., Sollie P. (2008), Differential cell death programmes induced by silver dressings in vitro.
    European Journal of Dermatology. 18 (4): 416-21

  12. Cytotoxicity evaluation of submicron emulsions and solid lipid nanoparticles for dermal application

    Weyenberg W., Filev P., Van den Plas D., Vandervoort J., De Smet K., Sollie P., Ludwig A. (2007), Cytotoxicity evaluation of submicron emulsions and solid lipid nanoparticles for dermal application.
    International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 337: 291-298.

  13. Influence of the concentrations of liposomes and a submicron emulsion on the rheological properties of a topical gel

    Weyenberg W., Sollie P., Ludwig A. (2006), Influence of the concentrations of liposomes and a submicron emulsion on the rheological properties of a topical gel.
    Pharmazie 61: 938-942.

  14. Flaminal® a novel approach to wound bioburden

    White R. (2006) Wounds UK 2: 64 - 69.

  15. Evaluation de gels d'alginate dans le traitement d'ulcères de jambe avec une attention particulière pour les différents paramètres de cicatrisation

    Van den Plas D., De Smet K., Sollie P., Kerihuell J. C. (2006), Evaluation de gels d'alginate dans le traitement d'ulcères de jambe avec une attention particulière pour les différents.
    Dermatologie Actualité 96: 16 - 20.

  16. Evaluation of the antibacterial activity and toxicity of 2 new hydrogels: a pilot study

    Vandenbulcke K., Horvat L. I., De Mil M., Slegers G., Beele H. (2006), Evaluation of the antibacterial activity and toxicity of 2 new hydrogels: a pilot study.
    Int J Low Extrem Wounds 5: 109-114.

  17. Evaluatie van alginaatgelen bij de behandeling van beenulcera met aandacht voor verschillende wondhelingsparameters

    Van den Plas D., De Smet K., Sollie P., Kerihuell J. C. (2006), Evaluatie van alginaatgelen bij de behandeling van beenulcera met aandacht voor verschillende wondhelingsparameters.
    Dermatologie Actueel 96: 16 - 20.

  18. Study of the environmental effect of a commercial wound cleanser used with different mechanical forces

    De Smet K., Van den Plas D., Van Hoomissen C., Jansens H., Sollie P. (2006), Study of the environmental effect of a commercial wound cleanser used with different mechanical forces.
    J Hosp Infect 64: 264-270.

  19. A novel method of comparing the healing properties of two hydrogels in chronic leg ulcers.

    De la Brassinne M., Thirion L., Horvat L. I. (2006), A novel method of comparing the healing properties of two hydrogels in chronic leg ulcers.
    J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol 20: 131-135.

  20. Open-label evaluation of an alginates hydrogel in the treatment of leg ulcers

    Lacarrubba F.,Patania L., Micali G. (2005), Open-label evaluation of an alginates hydrogel in the treatment of leg ulcers.
    Giornale Italiano di Dermatologia e Venereologia. 140: 83-88

  21. Human antimicrobial peptides: defensins, cathelicidins and histatins

    De Smet K., Contreras R. (2005), Human antimicrobial peptides: defensins, cathelicidins and histatins.
    Biotechnology Letters, 27: 1337 – 1347.

  22. A comparative study of 1% silver sulphadiazine (Flammazine) versus an enzyme alginogel (Flaminal) in the treatment of partial thickness burns.

    Henk Hoeksema , David Vandekerckhove , Jozef Verbelen, Alexander Heyneman, Stan Monstrey (2013), A comparative study of 1% silver sulphadiazine (Flammazine) versus an enzyme alginogel (Flaminal) in the treatment of partial thickness burns.
    Burns 39(2013) 1234-1241

  23. Efficacy of a hydroactive colloid gel versus historical controls for the prevention of radiotherapy-induced moist desquamation in breast cancer patients.

    Sandrine Censabella, PhD, Stefan Claes, RN, Marc Orlandini, MSc, Roel Braekers, PhD, Paul Bulens, MD Efficacy of a hydroactive colloid gel versus historical controls for the prevention of radiotherapy-induced moist desquamation in breast cancer patients.
    European Journal of Oncology Nursing 29 (2017) 1-7

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