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Controlled Drug Delivery

Volume 1 Basic Concepts, 1st Edition

Edited by Stephen D. Bruck

CRC Press

187 pages

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Published in 1983: Volume 1 deals with basic pharmacological aspects of controlled drug delivery, transport of small molecules through polymers, biodegradation of polymers with or without enzymatic involvement, and drug carriers.

Table of Contents

1. Pharmacological Basis of Controlled Drug Delivery

S. D. Bruck

2. Transport of Small Molecules in Polymers

A. Peterlin

3. Biodegradation of Polymers

C. G. Pitt and A. Schindler

4. Enzymatically Degradable Bonds in Synthetic Polymers

Jindrich Kopecek and Pavla Rejmanova

5. Molecular Encapsulation of Drugs by Cyclodextrins and Congeners

Josef Pitha, Lajos Szente, and Jozsef Szejtli

About the Editor

Dr Stephen D. Bruck, Ph.D., is President of Medi-Tech., and Scientific Director of Stephen D. Bruck Associates.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
MEDICAL / General
MEDICAL / Pharmacology