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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Drug Delivery

Drug delivery systems have been studied for a long time for a variety of products and bioactive molecules. More recently, nanoparticle and nanofiber systems have been considered as promising releasing matrices due to their intrinsic characteristics such as topical/local therapeutic agent delivery systems. Fabrication of such systems are challenging, particularly those characterized as soft particles colloidal suspensions. For the nanocapsule properties, physical and chemical mechanisms, mathematical models usually not consider cell-matrix interactions. Advances in this area will incorporate those interactions, at molecular level. We are particular interested in bioerodible delivery systems, i.e., systems where local delivery is not exclusively controlled by diffusion, but mainly by the matrix rate of biodegradation and integration.

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Diffusion in Tissues
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