Progress on the development of polyampholyte polymers for use in biomedical applications is reviewed.
Researchers design and develop a novel type of disulfide core-crosslinked polyurethane micelle for anti-cancer drug delivery.
Swiss researchers investigate the magnetic responsiveness of cytocompatible polyethylene functionalized carbon coated cementite and magnetite nanoparticles.
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A noninvasive, controlled method of drug delivery via functionalising gold nanocages for Alzheimer’s disease therapy increases the therapeutic efficacy of chelation therapy.
Microcapsules containing a brain cancer drug may simplify treatment and provide more tightly controlled therapy, according to Penn State researchers.
The application of biocompatible polymeric microneedle patches is discussed as a promising and straightforward method of transdermal drug delivery.
Application of nanotechnology shown to substantially reduce necessary dose of anti-HIV antiretroviral efavirenz.
Scientists have found an efficient way to deliver nanoparticles containing a wide range of biomolecules without using endocytosis, for faster drug delivery.
Team investigate the ability of the body to accept stretchable electronic devices for long-term use.