Intelligent materials for controlled release / Steven M. Dinh, John D. DeNuzzio, Ann R. Comfort, editors.

Washington, DC : American Chemical Society, 1999.
xi, 238 pages ; 24 cm.


Related name
ACS symposium series ; 728. [More in this series]
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • 1. Cogelation of Hydrolyzable Cross-Linkers and Poly(ethylene oxide) Dimethacrylate and Their Use as Controlled Release Vehicles / Jennifer Elisseeff, Winnette McIntosh and Kristi Anseth / [et al.]
  • 2. Temperature-Sensitive Polymer System Constructed with Sodium Alginate and Poly(N,N-dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate-co-acrylamide) / S. H. Yuk, S. H. Cho and H. B. Lee / [et al.]
  • 3. Pulsatile Drug Delivery Based on a Complexation-Decomplexation Mechanism / A. M. Lowman and Nicholas A. Peppas
  • 4. Gel-Coated Catheters as Drug Delivery Systems / Stevin H. Gehrke, John P. Fisher and James F. McBride / [et al.]
  • 5. Novel Ethylene Glycol-Containing, pH-Sensitive Hydrogels for Drug Delivery Applications: "Molecular Gates" for Insulin Delivery / Christie M. Hassan and Nicholas A. Peppas
  • 6. Overcoming the Skin Barrier with Artificial Smart Carriers of Drugs / Gregor Cevc
  • 7. pH Oscillation of a Drug for Temporal Delivery / Steven A. Giannos and Steven M. Dinh --
  • 8. pH-Hysteresis of Glucose Permeability in Acid-Doped LCST Hydrogels: A Basis for Pulsatile, Oscillatory Drug Release / J.-C. Leroux and R. A. Siegel
  • 9. Controlled Delivery Using Cyclodextrin Technology / Z. Helena Qi and Christopher T. Sikorski
  • 10. Inclusion Compounds as a Means to Fabricate Controlled Release Materials / L. Huang and A. E. Tonelli
  • 11. Liposomal Delivery Systems for Phototherapeutic Agents / P. W. Taylor
  • 12. Intracellular Delivery of Liposomal Contents Using pH- and Light-Activated Plasmenyl-Type Liposomes / Oleg V. Gerasimov, Nathan Wymer and Derek Miller / [et al.]
  • 13. Conditionally Stable Liposomes for Gene Delivery / S. C. Davis and F. C. Szoka, Jr.
  • 14. Fundamental Studies of DNA Adsorption and Hybridization on Solid Surfaces / Lynn Anne Sanguedolce, Vincent Chan and Steven E. McKenzie / [et al.]
  • 15. Application of Neural Networks to Optimize Flux Profiles for Transdermal Systems / R. T. Kurnik, J. Jona and B. Jasti.
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