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Engineering Polymer Systems for Improved Drug Delivery

Wiley, J,
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Polymers have played a critical role in the rational design and application of drug delivery systems that increase the efficacy and reduce the toxicity of new and conventional therapeutics. Beginning with an introduction to the fundamentals of drug delivery, Engineering Polymer Systems for Improved Drug Delivery explores traditional drug delivery techniques as well as emerging advanced drug delivery techniques. By reviewing many types of polymeric drug delivery systems, and including key points, worked examples and homework problems, this book will serve as a guide to for specialists and non-specialists as well as a graduate level text for drug delivery courses.


Titel: Engineering Polymer Systems for Improved Drug Delivery
Autoren/Herausgeber: Rebecca A. Bader, David A. Putnam
Ausgabe: 1. Auflage

ISBN/EAN: 9781118747803

Seitenzahl: 496
Produktform: E-Book
Sprache: Englisch

REBECCA A. BADER, PhD, is Assistant Professor in theDepartment of Biomedical & Chemical Engineering at SyracuseUniversity and resident member of the Syracuse BiomaterialsInstitute. Combining her expertise in chemistry and materialsscience, Dr. Bader's current research focuses on the development ofpolysaccharide-based carrier systems for targeted delivery in thetreatment of rheumatoid arthritis, biofilm-related diseases,cancer, and vascular diseases.
DAVID A. PUTNAM, PhD, is Associate Professor in theCollege of Engineering at Cornell University. His research isdedicated to the rational design and synthesis of functionalbiomaterials to facilitate targeted and controlled drug delivery.Dr. Putnam is a Fellow of the Coulter Foundation and the AmericanInstitute for Medical and Biological Engineering, an honor bestowedupon the top 2% of biomedical engineers in the United States. - Newsletter
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