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Drug delivery and targeting: When a pharmaceutical agent is encapsulated within, or attached to, a polymer or lipid, drug safety and efficacy can be greatly improved and new therapies are possible. (Therapeutic horizons)

The development of drug delivery systems that can accurately target drugs to specific body sites have only become practical in recent years. In one approach to polymer based drug delivery systems, the drug is entrapped within a solid polymer which is then injected or implanted in the body. For slow... Full description

Journal Title: Nature April 30, 1998, Vol.392(6679), p.S5(6)
Main Author: Langer, Robert
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title: Drug delivery and targeting: When a pharmaceutical agent is encapsulated within, or attached to, a polymer or lipid, drug safety and efficacy can be greatly improved and new therapies are possible. (Therapeutic horizons)
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description: The development of drug delivery systems that can accurately target drugs to specific body sites have only become practical in recent years. In one approach to polymer based drug delivery systems, the drug is entrapped within a solid polymer which is then injected or implanted in the body. For slow delivery, drugs are embedded in the polymers at concentrations that create a interconnecting pores. New methods being researched including pulmonary local delivery, and approaches to blood-brain barrier transport.
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