Film-forming thermoresponsive nanogels for dermal protein delivery
May 20-25, 2018
Thermoresponsive nanogels (NGs) have great potential as nanocarriers because of their high in aqueous solutions, elevated biocompatibility, high loading capacity, controlled release of an active component, fast response to temperature change, and design flexibility. In this scenario, a NG dispersion with a film forming ability could be useful for designing a dermal platform for drugs delivery, where the delivering film/patch could be previously obtained or directly formed onto the surface where the release is required.
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Roque Minari, Luis M. Gugliotta, Verónica D.G. Gonzalez, and Ana S. Sonzogni, "Film-forming thermoresponsive nanogels for dermal protein delivery" in "Polymer Reaction Engineering X (PRE 10)", John Tsavalas, University of New Hampshire, USA Fouad Teymour, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA Jeffrey Stubbs, HP Inc., USA Jose R. Leiza, University of the Basque Country, Spain Eds, ECI Symposium Series, (2018). http://dc.engconfintl.org/prex/18