Biologically triggered exploding protein based microcapsules for drug delivery.

@article{Radhakrishnan2012BiologicallyTE,
  title={Biologically triggered exploding protein based microcapsules for drug delivery.},
  author={Krishnan Radhakrishnan and Ashok M. Raichur},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  year={2012},
  volume={48 17},
  pages={
          2307-9
        }
}
Biologically triggered exploding microcapsules were synthesized by layer-by-layer assembly of biopolymers. The microcapsules showed controlled rupturing behaviour upon exposure to a pathologically relevant biomolecule, trypsin. These microcapsules offer significant potential for clinical applications. 

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