OxSonics’ core technology is based on more than a decade of research at the University of Oxford from within the Biomedical Ultrasonics, Biotherapy and Biopharmaceuticals Laboratory (BUBBL) at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering.
Key SonoTran Publications
R. Myers, C. Coviello, P. Erbs, J. Foloppe, C. Rowe, J. Kwan, C. Crake, S. Finn, E. Jackson, J.-M. Balloul, C. Story, C. and R. Carlisle.
Polymeric Cups for Cavitation-mediated Delivery of Oncolytic Vaccinia Virus
Molecular Therapy (2016); 24 9, 1627–1633.
J. Kwan, R. Myers, C. Coviello, S. Graham, A. Shah, E. Stride, R. Carlisle and C. C. Coussios
Ultrasound-Propelled Nanocups for Drug Delivery
Small; Volume 11, Issue 39 (2015) 5305–5314.
R. Myers, M. Grundy, C. Rowe, C. M. Coviello, L. Bau, P. Erbs, J. Foloppe, J-M. Balloul, C. Story, C. C. Coussios, R. Carlisle
Ultrasound-mediated cavitation does not decrease the activity of small molecule, antibody or viral-based medicines
International Journal of Nanomedicine; (2018) 13, 337-349.