Drug Delivery Systems: Advanced Technologies Potentially Applicable In Personalised Treatment by Jorge CoelhoDrug Delivery Systems: Advanced Technologies Potentially Applicable In Personalised Treatment by Jorge Coelho

Drug Delivery Systems: Advanced Technologies Potentially Applicable In Personalised Treatment

byJorge Coelho

Paperback | April 11, 2015

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This book is part of a series dedicated to recent advances on preventive, predictive and personalised medicine (PPPM). It focuses on the theme of "Drug delivery systems: advanced technologies potentially applicable in personalised treatments". The critical topics involving the development and preparation of effective drug delivery systems, such as: polymers available, self-assembly, nanotechnology, pharmaceutical formulations, three dimensional structures, molecular modeling, tailor-made solutions and technological tendencies, are carefully discussed. The understanding of these areas constitutes a paramount route to establish personalised and effective solutions for specific diseases and individuals.
Title:Drug Delivery Systems: Advanced Technologies Potentially Applicable In Personalised TreatmentFormat:PaperbackDimensions:421 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.02 inPublished:April 11, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9400794150

ISBN - 13:9789400794153

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Table of Contents

1. Polymers in Drug Delivery: Concepts, Developments and Potential; Rongjun Chen 

2. Amphiphilic Molecules in Drug Delivery Systems; Salomé dos Santos, Bruno Medronho, Tiago dos Santos and Filipe E. Antunes

3. Sizing nanoparticles in liquids: an overview of methods; Margarida Figueiredo

4. Nanoparticles for oral delivery of insulin; Antonio J Ribeiro, Raquel Seiça and Francisco Veiga

5. Bioartificial pancreas: in the road to clinical application; Joana Crisostomo, Jorge F J Coelho and Raquel Seiça

6. Cationic liposome-based systems for nucleic acid delivery: from the formulation development to therapeutic applications; Henrique Faneca, Ana Luísa Cardoso, Sara Trabulo, Sónia Duarte and Maria C. Pedroso de Lima

7. Biomaterial-based vectors for targeted delivery of nucleic acids to the nervous system; Ana Paula Pêgo, Hugo Oliveira and Pedro Moreno

8. Three-dimensional (3D) scaffolds as drug delivery devices for Tissue engineering applications; Marcos Domingos, H.Almeida and Paulo Bartolo

9. The Warburg Effect is a Guide to Multipurpose Cancer Therapy Including Trace Element Delivery; Anatoliy V. Popov and Leonid G. Menchikovb

10. In silico research in drug delivery systems; André Filipe Ferreira, Rodrigo José Lopes, and Pedro Nuno Simões

11. The Importance of Controlled/Living Radical Polymerization Techniques in the Design of Tailor Made Nanoparticles for DSS; Nuno Rocha, Patrícia Mendonça,  Joana Góis, Rosemeyre Cordeiro, Ana Fonseca, Tamaz Guliashvili,  Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, Arménio Serra and  Jorge Coelho