Controlled Drug Delivery: Challenges and Strategies
American Chemical Society, 1997 - Medical - 629 pages
This volume discusses the challenges of creating controlled release dosage forms that will deliver new therapeutic agents based on high-molecular-weight molecules. It examines strategies for delivering drugs through resistant biological barriers and surveys a variety of topics, including drug
targeting, self-regulated drug delivery, protein drug delivery, biosensors, cell and tissue engineering, new biomaterials, modeling methods, pharmacokinetics, and U.S. federal regulations.
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