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CHAPTER 22 DESIGN OF CONTROLLED-RELEASE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS

@inproceedings{Shen2005CHAPTER2D,
  title={CHAPTER 22 DESIGN OF CONTROLLED-RELEASE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS},
  author={Steve I. Shen and B. Jasti and X. Li},
  year={2005}
}
22.1 PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF 22.7 BIODEGRADABLE/ERODIBLE DRUG 22.2 DELIVERY SYSTEMS 22.9 22.2 ROUTES OF DRUG 22.8 OSMOTIC PUMP 22.10 ADMINISTRATION 22.3 22.9 ION EXCHANGE RESINS 22.11 22.3 PHARMACOLOGICAL AND 22.10 NEW MACROMOLECULAR DELIVERY BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS 22.4 APPROACHES 22.12 22.4 PRODRUG 22.4 22.11 CONCLUSION 22.14 22.5 DIFFUSION-CONTROLLED DELIVERY REFERENCES 22.14 SYSTEMS 22.5 22.6 DISSOLUTION/COATINGCONTROLLED DELIVERY SYSTEMS 22.9 
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