In Vitro Evaluation of Anti-Aggregation and Degradation Behavior of PEGylated Polymeric Nanogels under In Vivo Like Conditions.

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The in vivo stability and biodegradability of nanocarriers crucially determine therapeutic efficacy as well as safety when used for drug delivery. This study aims to evaluate optimized in vitro techniques predictive for in vivo nanocarrier behavior. Polymeric biodegradable nanogels based on hydroxyethyl methacrylamide-oligoglycolates-derivatized poly… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/mabi.201700127

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@article{Chen2017InVE, title={In Vitro Evaluation of Anti-Aggregation and Degradation Behavior of PEGylated Polymeric Nanogels under In Vivo Like Conditions.}, author={Yinan Chen and George R Dakwar and Kevin Braeckmans and Twan Lammers and Wim E Hennink and Josbert M. Metselaar}, journal={Macromolecular bioscience}, year={2017} }