Flash nanoprecipitation: particle structure and stability.

Abstract

Flash nanoprecipitation (FNP) is a process that, through rapid mixing, stabilizes an insoluble low molecular weight compound in a nanosized, polymer-stabilized delivery vehicle. The polymeric components are typically amphiphilic diblock copolymers (BCPs). In order to fully exploit the potential of FNP, factors affecting particle structure, size, and… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/mp400337f

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@article{Pustulka2013FlashNP, title={Flash nanoprecipitation: particle structure and stability.}, author={Kevin M Pustulka and Adam R. Wohl and Han Seung Lee and Andrew R. Michel and Jing Han and Thomas R Hoye and Alon V McCormick and Jayanth Panyam and Christopher W Macosko}, journal={Molecular pharmaceutics}, year={2013}, volume={10 11}, pages={4367-77} }