Experimental Studies and Modeling of Drug Release from a Tunable Affinity-Based Drug Delivery Platform

@article{Fu2011ExperimentalSA,
  title={Experimental Studies and Modeling of Drug Release from a Tunable Affinity-Based Drug Delivery Platform},
  author={Andrew S. Fu and Thimma Reddy Thatiparti and Gerald M. Saidel and Horst A. von Recum},
  journal={Annals of Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2011},
  volume={39},
  pages={2466-2475}
}
An affinity-based drug delivery platform for controlling drug release is analyzed by a combination of experimental studies and mathematical modeling. This platform has the ability to form selective interactions between a therapeutic agent and host matrix that yields advantages over systems that employ nonselective methods. The incorporation of molecular interactions in drug delivery can increase the therapeutic lifetime of drug delivery implants and limit the need for multiple implants in… CONTINUE READING
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