Miljan Milosevic

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This manuscript demonstrates a mechanically robust implantable nanofluidic membrane capable of tunable long-term zero-order release of therapeutic agents in ranges relevant for clinical applications. The membrane, with nanochannels as small as 5 nm, allows for the independent control of both dosage and mechanical strength through the integration of(More)
Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) are known to be a harbinger of cancer metastasis. The CTCs are known to circulate as individual cells or as a group of interconnected cells called CTC clusters. Since both single CTCs and CTC clusters have been detected in venous blood samples of cancer patients, they needed to traverse at least one capillary bed when crossing(More)
Mass transport by diffusion within composite materials may depend not only on internal microstructural geometry, but also on the chemical interactions between the transported substance and the material of the microstructure. Retrospectively, there is a gap in methods and theory to connect material microstructure properties with macroscale continuum(More)
The capillary wall is the chief barrier to tissue entry of therapeutic nanoparticles, thereby dictating their efficacy. Collagen fibers are an important component of capillary walls, affecting leakiness in healthy or tumor vasculature. Using a computational model along with in vivo systems, we compared how collagen structure affects the diffusion flux of a(More)
The capillary wall is the chief barrier to tissue entry of therapeutic nanoparticles, thereby dictating their efficacy. Collagen fibers are an important component of capillary walls, affecting leakiness in healthy or tumor vasculature. Using a computationalmodel alongwith in vivo systems, we compared how collagen structure affects the diffusion flux of a(More)
Over the last decade, nanotherapeutics gained increasingly important role in drug delivery because of their frequently beneficial pharmacokinetics (PK) and lower toxicity when compared to classical systemic drug delivery. In view of therapeutic payload delivery, convective transport is crucial for systemic distribution via circulatory system, but the target(More)
discloses potential financial interest in the companies. All other authors declare no competing financial interests. Author manuscripts have been peer reviewed and accepted for publication but have not yet been edited. Abstract The capillary wall is the chief barrier to tissue entry of therapeutic nanoparticles, thereby dictating their efficacy. Collagen(More)