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Multifunctional cargo systems for biotechnology

One of the challenges in the field of bio-nanotechnology is the development of nano-sized delivery systems comprising different functionalities. These systems should carry bioactive substances to predefined site and unload them in controlled manner. Capsules assembled layer-by-layer have been intens... Full description

Journal Title: Trends in Biotechnology 2007, Vol.25(3), pp.93-98
Main Author: Sukhorukov, Gleb B
Other Authors: Möhwald, Helmuth
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ID: ISSN: 0167-7799 ; E-ISSN: 1879-3096 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.tibtech.2006.12.007
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One of the challenges in the field of bio-nanotechnology is the development of nano-sized delivery systems comprising different functionalities. These systems should carry bioactive substances to predefined site and unload them in controlled manner. Capsules assembled layer-by-layer have been intensively studied in the past few years owing to their ability to be modified, their capacity to encapsulate a wide range of chemicals, their responsiveness to different factors, and the variety of functionalities with which they can be enhanced. Current research focuses on the development of carriers with remote guiding and activation (optical, magnetic or ultrasound), thereby addressing unique

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