Interconnected roles of scaffold hydrophobicity, drug loading, and encapsulation stability in polymeric nanocarriers.

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Polymer-based nanoassemblies have emerged as viable platforms for the encapsulation and delivery of lipophilic molecules. Among the criteria that such carriers must meet, if they are to be effective, are the abilities to efficiently solubilize lipophilic guests within an assembled scaffold and to stably encapsulate the molecular cargo until desired release… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/mp3004226

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@article{Bickerton2012InterconnectedRO, title={Interconnected roles of scaffold hydrophobicity, drug loading, and encapsulation stability in polymeric nanocarriers.}, author={Sean Bickerton and Siriporn Jiwpanich and S Thayumanavan}, journal={Molecular pharmaceutics}, year={2012}, volume={9 12}, pages={3569-78} }