Publication Archive






Culwell K, et al.

Fertility and Sterility

A randomized, placebo-controlled pilot study to determine the effect and duration of Acidfrom gel (Amphora) on vaginal pH

Oct. 2017


Friend D

2nd International Conference on Reproductive Health

Amphora vaginal gel: An on-demand contraceptive with anti-STI (MPT) potential

Dec. 2016


Thomas M, et al.

Contraception Journal

Gynecologic infections and colposcopy fidings from a phase 3 efficacy and safety study of a contracpetive vaginal gel compared with nonoxynol-9

Oct. 2016


Barnhard K, et al.

Obstetrics & Gynecology

Contraceptive efficacy, safety, and acceptability of Amphora (an acid-buffering vaginal gel) and Conceptrol

May 2016


Bayer L, et al. 

Contraception Journal

ACIDFORM: a review of the evidence

July 2014


von Mollendorf CE, et al.

Contraception Journal

Results of a safety and feasibility study of the diaphragm used with ACIDFORM Gel or K-Y Jelly

Mar. 2009


Williams DL, et al.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Phase I safety trial of two vaginal microbicide gels (Acidform or BufferGel) used with a diaphragm compared to KY jelly used with a diaphragm

Dec. 2007


Tuyama A, et al.

Journal of Infectious Diseases

Acidform Inactivates Herpes Simplex Virus and Prevents Genital Herpes in a Mouse Model: Optimal Candidate for Microbicide Combinations

Sept. 2006


Simones JA, et al.

British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology

A pilot clinical trial comparing an acid-buffering formulation (ACIDFORM gel) with metronidazole gel for the treatment of symptomatic bacterial vaginosis

Feb. 2006


Schwartz J, et al.

Contraception Journal

Male tolerance of ACIDFORM gel

June 2005


Amaral E, et al.

Contraception Journal

Postcoital testing after the use of a bio-adhesive acid buffering gel (ACIDFORM) and a 2% nonoxynol-9 product

Dec. 2004


Garg S, et al.

United States Patent

Compositions and methods for trapping and inactivating pathogenic microbes and spermatozoa

Mar. 2004


Spencer SE, et al.

Journal of Infectious Diseases

Inhibition of Neisseria gonorrhoeae genital tract infection by leading-candidate topical microbicides in a mouse model

Feb. 2004


Pilipenko V, et al.

Internatioanl Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research

A new Nonoxynol-9 formulation (Acidform) significantly impacts experimental genital Chlamydia infection in a mouse model

July 1999



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