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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Venkatesh S, Byrne ME, Peppas NA, Hilt JZ
Article Title: Applications of biomimetic systems in drug delivery.
Publication date: 2005
Journal: Expert Opinion on Drug Delivery
Volume: 2
Issue: (6)
Page numbers: 1085-1096.
DOI: 10.1517/17425247.2.6.1085

Abstract: This review article highlights recent activities in the field of biomimetic systems and their application in controlled drug delivery. A definition and overview of biomimetic processes is given, with a focus on synthesis and assembly for the creation of novel biomaterials. In particular, systems are classified on the basis of three subsets, which include biological, biohybrid and synthetic structures. Examples focus on the current and proposed clinical significance for systems that mimic processes where the underlying molecular principles are well understood. Biomimetic materials and systems are presented as exceptional candidates for various controlled drug delivery applications and have enormous potential in medicine for the treatment of disease. 2005 Ashley Publications
Template and target information: Review - biomimetic systems for drug delivery
Author keywords: Analyte sensitive gel, Biohybrid, Biomaterial, biomimetic, Configurational biomimesis, Conjugated biomaterial, controlled release, drug delivery, molecular imprinting, Oligonucleotide, Pulsatile release, sustained release, Synthetic peptide, Targeted delivery


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