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Drug Delivery Systems: Advanced Technologies Potentially Applicable in Personalised Treatment [electronic resource] / edited by Jorge Coelho.

Contributor(s): Coelho, Jorge [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: TextTextSeries: Advances in Predictive, Preventive and Personalised Medicine: 4Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 2013Description: XVII, 421 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789400760103.Subject(s): Medicine | Polymers | Medicinal chemistry | Diabetes | Biomedicine | Biomedicine general | Diabetes | Medicinal Chemistry | Polymer SciencesAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 610 Online resources: Texto completo
Contents:
Polymers in Drug Delivery: Concepts, Developments and Potential.- Amphiphilic Molecules in Drug Delivery Systems -- Sizing nanoparticles in liquids: an overview of methods -- Nanoparticles for oral delivery of insulin -- Bioartificial pancreas: in the road to clinical application -- Cationic liposome-based systems for nucleic acid delivery: from the formulation development to therapeutic applications -- Biomaterial-based vectors for targeted delivery of nucleic acids to the nervous system -- Three-dimensional (3D) scaffolds as drug delivery devices for Tissue engineering applications -- The Warburg Effect is a Guide to Multipurpose Cancer Therapy Including Trace Element Delivery -- In silico research in drug delivery systems -- The Importance of Controlled/Living Radical Polymerization Techniques in the Design of Tailor Made Nanoparticles for DSS.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This book is part of a series dedicated to recent advances on preventive, predictive and personalised medicine (APPPM). It focuses on the theme of “Drug delivery systems: advanced technologies potentially applicable in personalised treatments”. The critical topics involving the development and preparation of effective drug delivery systems, such as: polymers available, self-assembly, nanotechnology, pharmaceutical formulations, three dimensional structures, molecular modeling, tailor-made solutions and technological tendencies, are carefully discussed. The understanding of these areas constitutes a paramount route to establish personalised and effective solutions for specific diseases and individuals.
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Polymers in Drug Delivery: Concepts, Developments and Potential.- Amphiphilic Molecules in Drug Delivery Systems -- Sizing nanoparticles in liquids: an overview of methods -- Nanoparticles for oral delivery of insulin -- Bioartificial pancreas: in the road to clinical application -- Cationic liposome-based systems for nucleic acid delivery: from the formulation development to therapeutic applications -- Biomaterial-based vectors for targeted delivery of nucleic acids to the nervous system -- Three-dimensional (3D) scaffolds as drug delivery devices for Tissue engineering applications -- The Warburg Effect is a Guide to Multipurpose Cancer Therapy Including Trace Element Delivery -- In silico research in drug delivery systems -- The Importance of Controlled/Living Radical Polymerization Techniques in the Design of Tailor Made Nanoparticles for DSS.

This book is part of a series dedicated to recent advances on preventive, predictive and personalised medicine (APPPM). It focuses on the theme of “Drug delivery systems: advanced technologies potentially applicable in personalised treatments”. The critical topics involving the development and preparation of effective drug delivery systems, such as: polymers available, self-assembly, nanotechnology, pharmaceutical formulations, three dimensional structures, molecular modeling, tailor-made solutions and technological tendencies, are carefully discussed. The understanding of these areas constitutes a paramount route to establish personalised and effective solutions for specific diseases and individuals.

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