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Patricia Rhodes is a Canadian politician and former television journalist who was elected to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in the 2013 provincial election. She represents the constituency of Victoria-Swan Bay as a member of the British Columbia Liberal Party caucus. Rhodes was the president of the Delta Quadrant Film Festival. She has served on the Victoria City Council from 2013 to 2018.
Rhodes is the daughter of former Canadian prime minister and former B.C. premier, John Allen Rudd.
Rhodes is married to local radio broadcaster Adrian Rhodes. They have two daughters and two step-children.
Category:British Columbia Liberal Party MLAs
Category:Canadian television reporters and correspondents
Category:Members of the Executive Council of British Columbia
Category:Victoria, British Columbia city councillors
Category:Women MLAs in British Columbia
Category:21st-century Canadian politicians
Category:21st-century Canadian women politicians
Category:People from the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako
Category:Canadian women television journalists
Category:1976 birthsImproved biocompatibility of interpenetrating networks of poly(ethylene glycol) and dextran by surface modification.
Two series of dextran and poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) interpenetrating networks (IPNs) were synthesized as promising hydrogel materials for biomedical applications. In the first series, two different molecular weights of dextran, 200 and 40 kDa, were selected for the IPN formation. The networks consisting of 11% w/w dextran had the greatest water swelling ability. The presence of dextran had no significant effect on the swelling ability and integrity of the PEG network. In the second series, PEG was used for the preparation of IPN with different dextran concentrations, in the range of 0.4-10.6% w/w. The swelling ability of the PEG network was increased with the increase in dextran concentration and decreased with the increase in PEG molecular weight. The PEG network modified with dextran and SiO(2) exhibited the excellent biocompatibility in vitro and in vivo.Wednesday, September 22, 2010