By X. Zhao, J M Courtney, H Qian
Initial chapters specialize in the basics of bioactive fabrics with chapters on such issues as nanotechnology and tissue engineering. additional chapters talk about laboratory layout strategies which will scientific functions. the ultimate few chapters evaluation present biomedical functions equivalent to drug supply, gene treatment, cosmetic surgery and the long run course of this more and more vital box.
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They have the ability to entrap a water-soluble drug, dexamethasone phosphate, with a high efﬁciency. The drug loading varies with the polymer speciﬁcation. These novel functionalised polymers could be developed into useful nanoparticulate drug delivery systems . A new protease-responsive matrix, which contains a protease-sensitive motif and two weak β-sheet forming peptides sequences, could be designed for controlled delivery of drugs in response to proteolytic degradation. Anticancer drugs, for example, have been linked to polymer backbones through protease-speciﬁc peptide spacers, enabling selective drug release at tumour sites with high protease activity.
Bioactive Materials in Medicine: Design and applications by X. Zhao, J M Courtney, H Qian