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Macromolecular drug delivery

Mattias Belting

Macromolecular drug delivery

methods and protocols

by Mattias Belting

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Published by Humana Press in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drug delivery systems

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Mattias Belting.
    SeriesMethods in molecular biology -- 480, Springer protocols
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH506 .M45 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 202 p. :
    Number of Pages202
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23621558M
    ISBN 109781588299994
    LC Control Number2008937921

      1. Adv Drug Deliv Rev. Mar 18;63(3) doi: / Epub Mar Tumor delivery of macromolecular drugs based on the EPR effect. Torchilin V(1). Author information: (1)Center for Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and Nanomedicine, Northeastern University, Boston, MA , USA. [email protected] by: Jan A.A.M. Kamps, Gerrit L. Scherphof, in Methods in Enzymology, Introduction. In the development of liposomal drug delivery systems, pharmacokinetics, biodistribution, and cellular uptake of such systems are major issues to be dealt with. Depending on the aim of a particular study, a variety of experimental setups and methods are available to determine the in vivo behavior of liposomes.

      Macromolecular Drug Delivery. Edited by Mattias Belting. Macromolecular Drug Delivery. Edited by Mattias Belting. Pechar, Michal The title of the book will definitely attract readers of various backgrounds. It seems to indicate that the book covers the delivery of various kinds of macromolecular drugs. Drug delivery methods that have been necessary to overcome the various physical, physiological, and biochemical barriers that limit macromolecular drug delivery. Identifying non-invasive (or minimally invasive) methods of delivering macromolecules to not only .

    Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry “Petru Poni”, Iasi, Romania Bucharest, Romania. Search for more papers by this author. Book Editor(s): Yashwant Pathak. Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, USA Design of Immunoliposomes for Site‐Specific Drug Delivery. In this first authoritative overview on modern cancer chemotherapy international specialists have contributed their experience and recent data for what is likely to become the gold standard in the field. The authors summarize knowledge gained over the past decade, from basic concepts to successful applications in the clinic, covering active and passive targeting strategies as well as.


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Targeted Delivery of Small and Macromolecular Drugs. Cost-effectiveness suggests that developing an improved delivery system for an existing drug is a better alternative than modifying the chemical structure of the drug or discovering new drug entities.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm. Contents: Developments in macromolecular drug delivery / Mattias Belting and Anders Wittrup --Synthetic vs. natural/biodegradable polymers for delivery of shRNA-based cancer therapies / John S.

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Macromolecular drugs are a newer class of drugs that have improved efficacy and require injection. Researchers are studying oral delivery approaches for macromolecular drugs that have better patient acceptance and adherence, more convenient dosing, and an improved therapeutic profile.

Oral Delivery of Macromolecular Drugs provides also an overview on special topics in oral macromolecular drug delivery such as oral immunization and gene delivery. Each of these chapters benefits from the results of various in vivo studies demonstrating the potential of Brand: Springer-Verlag New York.

Macromolecular machines for controlled drug delivery Date: February 7, Source: Hong Kong Baptist University Summary: Researchers have demonstrated the. Multifunctional Polymeric Excipients in Oral Macromolecular Drug Delivery Claudia Vigl.

Nano- and Microparticles in Oral Delivery of Macromolecular Drugs Gioconda Millotti, Andreas Bernkop-Schnürch. Liposome-Based Mucoadhesive Formulations for Oral Delivery of Macromolecules Pornsak Sriamornsak, Jringjai Thongborisute, Hirofumi.

“The book is easy to follow, and the majority of chapters have an updated bibliography. Furthermore, most of them contain diagrams and figures that allow the topic to be easily followed. In short, it is a book where actual issues regarding the use of controlled drug-delivery systems in pathology like cancer are described in a detailed way.”.

Controlled Drug Delivery highlights how the multifunctionality of several materials can be achieved and valorized for pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical applications.

Topics covered in this comprehensive book include: the concept of self-assembling; starch and derivatives as pharmaceutical excipients; and chitosan and derivatives as. Targeted Delivery of Small and Macromolecular Drugs. Site-specific drug delivery and targeting is attracting much research interest from both academia and industry, but because of the many challenges faced in the development of these systems, only a handful of targeted therapies have successfully made it into clinical practice.

Site-specific drug delivery and targeting attracts much research interest from both academia and industry, but because of the many challenges faced in the development of these systems, only a handful of targeted therapies have successfully made it into clinical practice.

Focusing on Price: $   Given this, the successful oral delivery of macromolecular drugs presents an enormous opportunity. Oral Delivery of Macromolecular Drugs will provide an overview of the innovative oral delivery technologies that have demonstrated success in human testing and will go on to cite the challenges, strategies, and future trends that are to be : Springer New York.

Oral Delivery of Macromolecular Drugs provides also an overview on special topics in oral macromolecular drug delivery such as oral immunization and gene : Andreas Bernkop-Schnürch. Book Description. Colloidal drug delivery systems present a range of therapeutic benefits in the treatment of a number of challenging conditions, allowing researchers to cross barriers that have previously prevented efficient treatment while offering improved and more targeted absorption.

The use of hard, soft, and macromolecular colloidal.Khaled Griesh, in Nanostructures for Drug Delivery, 4 Active and Passive Drug-Delivery Systems Macromolecules and nanoparticles, larger than 40 kDa, can selectively leave the leaky tumor vascular bed and accumulate inside the interstitial space of tumor tissues (Fang et al., ).Macromolecular cages in general can be used for a variety of applications (e.g.

nanoencapsulation, biosensing, drug delivery, regulation of nanoparticle synthesis, and catalysis). Cage Shaped Polymers. There are also a class of macromolecular cages that are synthetically formed through covalent bonding as opposed to self-assembly.

Through the.