Controlling the hydration rate of a hydrophilic matrix in the core of an intravaginal ring determines antiretroviral release

Ryan S. Teller, David C. Malaspina, Rachna Rastogi, Justin T. Clark, Igal Szleifer, Patrick F. Kiser*

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