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Controlled Drug Release and Hydrolysis Mechanism of Polymer ...

Apr 16, 2015 ... Uniform and multifunctional poly(lactic acid) (PLA)–nanoparticle composite has enormous potential for applications in biomedical and materials science. A detailed understanding of the surface and interface chemistry of these composites is essential to design such materials with optimized function. Herein ...[ Online Inquiry ]

Dependence of Melt Behavior of Star Polystyrene/POSS Composites ...

Apr 23, 2014 ... Rheological behavior of three-arm and six-arm star polystyrene (SPS) with a small amount of polyhedral oligosilsesquioxane (POSS) was studied. Both linear oscillatory frequency sweep and steady state shear results of SPS/POSS composites showed the reduction of melt viscosity in the unentangled SPS ...[ Online Inquiry ]

Asymmetric Biodegradable Microdevices for Cell-Borne Drug Delivery

Mar 9, 2015 ... Abstract Image. Use of live cells as carriers for drug-laden particulate structures possesses unique advantages for drug delivery. In this work, we report on the development of a novel type of particulate structures called microdevices for cell-borne drug delivery. ... Maxime Ayer , Harm-Anton Klok. Journal of ...[ Online Inquiry ]

Detection and Direct Readout of Drugs in Human Urine Using ...

Jan 29, 2015 ... Detection and Direct Readout of Drugs in Human Urine Using Dynamic Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy and Support Vector Machines ..... Designing and fabricating composites of [email protected] nanorods with tunable plasmon coupling for highly sensitive SERS detection. Yiping Wu , Pan Li ...[ Online Inquiry ]

Composite Film of Vanadium Dioxide Nanoparticles and Ionic Liquid ...

Oct 14, 2016 ... Vanadium dioxide (VO2), as a typical thermochromic material used in smart windows, is always limited by its weaker solar regulation efficiency (ΔTsol) and lower luminous transmittance (Tlum). Except for common approaches such as doping, coating, and special structure, compositing is another effective ...[ Online Inquiry ]

Wood Biodegradation in Laboratory-Scale Landfills - Environmental ...

Jul 12, 2011 ... The objective of this research was to characterize the anaerobic biodegradability of major wood products in municipal waste by measuring methane yields, decay rates, the extent of carbohydrate decomposition, .... Evaluation of wood-polyethylene composites biodegradability caused by filamentous fungi.[ Online Inquiry ]

Shape Effect in the Design of Nanowire-Coated Microparticles as ...

Aug 18, 2012 ... While the oral drug delivery route has traditionally been the most popular among patients, it is estimated that 90% of therapeutic compounds possess oral bioavailability limitations. Thus, the development of novel drug carriers for more effective oral delivery of therapeutics is an important goal. Composite ...[ Online Inquiry ]

High-Performance Liquid Chromatographic Enantioseparation of ...

Dec 31, 2013 ... High-Performance Liquid Chromatographic Enantioseparation of Racemic Drugs Based on Homochiral Metal–Organic Framework. Xuan Kuang, Yu Ma .... Preparation and performance study of MgFe 2 O 4 /metal–organic framework composite for rapid removal of organic dyes from water. Huairu Tian , Jun ...[ Online Inquiry ]

JNC 8 Guidelines Ease Up on BP Thresholds, Drug Choices

JNC 8 at Last! Guidelines Ease Up on BP Thresholds, Drug Choices. Shelley Wood. December 18, 2013. CHICAGO, IL — At long last, the Eighth Joint National Committee (JNC 8) has released its new guidelines on the management of adult hypertension, which contain two key departures from JNC 7 that the authors say ...[ Online Inquiry ]

High Thermal and Electrical Conductivity of Template Fabricated ...

May 20, 2016 ... Effect of the Addition of Carbon Nanomaterials on Electrical and Mechanical Properties of Wood Plastic Composites. Xingli Zhang , Xiaolong Hao , Jianxiu Hao , Qingwen Wang. Polymers 2017 9 (11), 620 ...[ Online Inquiry ]

A Simple Dual-pH Responsive Prodrug-Based Polymeric Micelles ...

Jun 9, 2016 ... Moreover, this drug carrier exhibits a pH-dependent drug release owing to the cleavage of the imine bond at pH < 5.5. .... Claudia Battistella , Harm-Anton Klok ... Self-assembled composite microparticles with surface protrudent porphyrin nanoparticles enhance cellular uptake and photodynamic therapy.[ Online Inquiry ]

Patent US20120046394 - Hemp fiber reinforced composite with ...

Feb 23, 2012 ... The lightweight, non-toxic material is easily recyclable and is increasingly being utilized as an alternative for less environmentally friendly substances. [0005]. Another application for HDPE is wood plastic composites, composite wood and plastic building materials to replace wood, concrete and metal ...[ Online Inquiry ]

Biomimetic Nucleation of Hydroxyapatite Crystals Mediated by ...

Mar 26, 2014 ... Nucleation and Assembly of Silica into Protein-Based Nanocomposites as Effective Anticancer Drug Carriers Using Self-Assembled Silk Protein Nanostructures as Biotemplates ... Composite scaffolds loaded with bone mesenchymal stem cells promote the repair of radial bone defects in rabbit model.[ Online Inquiry ]

Understanding API–Polymer Proximities in Amorphous Stabilized ...

Aug 22, 2014 ... Understanding API–Polymer Proximities in Amorphous Stabilized Composite Drug Products Using Fluorine–Carbon 2D HETCOR Solid-State NMR. Anuji Abraham and George Crull. Drug Product Science and Technology, Material Science Division, Bristol-Myers Squibb, New Brunswick, New Jersey ...[ Online Inquiry ]

Bioresponsive Controlled Drug Release Based on Mesoporous ...

Jan 30, 2013 ... The in vitro cell assay of blank carriers to normal cells indicated that the composite nanoparticles were suitable as drug carriers, but DOX-loaded carriers had a similar intensive toxicity to cancer cells compared with free DOX. Therefore, these stimuli-responsive composite nanoparticles with a reductively ...[ Online Inquiry ]

Adsorption of Drugs on Nanodiamond: Toward Development of a ...

Aug 14, 2013 ... Since adsorption is the basic mechanism most commonly used for the loading of drugs onto nanodiamond, the fundamental studies into the details of ... design of the nanodiamond drug delivery systems capable of targeted delivery and triggered release, while minimizing potential leaks of dangerous drugs.[ Online Inquiry ]

Multifunctional Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles as a Universal ...

Oct 3, 2013 ... Her current research focuses on fluorescence life-cell imaging of novel drug delivery systems based on mesoporous silica nanoparticles. ..... Nanosilica Schiff-Base Copper(II) Complexes with Sustainable Antimicrobial Activity against Bacteria and Reduced Risk of Harm to Plant and Environment. Wenbing ...[ Online Inquiry ]

Nanoparticle-Mediated Measurement of Target–Drug Binding in ...

Oct 1, 2011 ... The method involves covalent conjugation of the small-molecule drug to a magnetic nanoparticle that is then used as a read-out for target expression and drug-binding affinity. ... Nano-dispersion of organo-modified nanofiller in partially fluorinated matrix as the polymer/magnetic nanoparticle composites.[ Online Inquiry ]

Sustained Drug Release in Nanomedicine: A Long-Acting ...

Jan 6, 2014 ... Therapeutic nanomedicine has concentrated mostly on anticancer therapy by making use of the nanosize for targeted therapy. Such nanocarriers are not expected to have sustained release of the bioactive molecule beyond a few days. There are other conditions where patients can benefit from sustained ...[ Online Inquiry ]

Nanocellulose in medicine and green manufacturing - Phys.org

Nov 7, 2016 ... Deriving cellulose from natural sources such as wood, tunicate (ocean-dwelling sea cucumbers) and certain kinds of bacteria, researchers prepare ... and Owens Corning, a company specializing in fiberglass insulation and composites, to research the benefits to replace glass-reinforced plastic used in ...[ Online Inquiry ]

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