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  1. Functionalized inorganic-organic composite material derivated by sol-gel for construction of mediated amperometric hydrogen peroxide biosensor 
    Zhang, Jingzhong, and all, Analytica chimica acta. 388, N° 1, (1999), 71
  2. Biodegradable and biocompatible inorganic-organic hybrid materials, 4. Effect of acid content and water content on the incorporation of aliphatic polyesters into silica by the sol-gel process 
    Tian, D., and all, Polymer. 40, N° 4, (1999), 951
  3. Fluorescence and NMR Characterization and Biomolecule Entrapment Studies of Sol-Gel-Derived Organic-Inorganic Composite Materials Formed by Sonication of Precursors 
    Brennan, John D, and all, Chemistry of materials , a publication of the American Chemical Society. 11, N° 7, (1999), 1853 
  4. Evaluating Sol-Gel Ceramic Thin Films for Metal Implant Applications, III. In Vitro Aging of Sol-Gel-Derived Zirconia Films on Ti-6Al-4V 
    Kirk, P B, and all, Journal of biomedical materials research. 48, N° 4, (1999), 424  
  5. Chemical and structural changes of hydroxyapatite films by using a sol-gel method 
    Hwang, K, and all, Surface & coatings technology. 115, N° 2, (1999), 172 
  6. Sol-gel composite films with controlled release of biocides 
    Bottcher, H, and all, Journal of controlled release , official journal of the Controlled Release Society. 60, N° 1, (1999), 57 
  7. Matrix-assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization of Small Biomolecules Impregnated in Silica Prepared by a Sol-Gel Process 
    Laughlin, J. B., and all,  Rapid communications in mass spectrometry , RCM. 11, N° 14, (1997), 1505
  8. Spectroscopic Characterization of Albumin and Myoglobin Entrapped in Bulk Sol-Gel Glasses. 
    Edmiston, Paul L., and all,  Journal of colloid and interface science. 163, N° 2, (March 15, 1994), 395

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