Polymeric Materials in Medication [E-Book] / edited by Charles G. Gebelein, Charles E. Carraher.
Carraher, Charles E., (editor)
Gebelein, Charles G., (editor)
Boston, MA : Springer, 1985
VIII, 302 p. online resource.
Polymer Science and Technology ; 32
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Table of Contents:
  • Methodologies in Polymeric Medication
  • Tissue/Material Interactions of Biomedical Polymers
  • Polymer-Controlled Drug Delivery Systems: Science and Engineering
  • Fibrous Delivery Systems for Antimicrobial Agents
  • Evaluation of Membrane Suitability in Transdermal Drug Delivery
  • Diffusion Controlled Release of Drugs from Coated Drug Polymer Complex
  • Kinetics of Drug Release from Glassy Polymers: Effect of Initially Nonuniform Drug Distribution
  • The Role of Polymer Matrix Structure and Interparticle Interaction in Diffusion-Limited Drug Release
  • Polymeric Anticancer Agents - An Overview
  • The Controlled Release of 5-Fluorouracil from Acrylate Copolymers of 1-(N-2-Ethylmethacrylcarbamoyl)-5-Fluorouracil Monomer
  • Halogenated Nucleic Acids: Biochemical and Biological Properties of Fluorinated Polynucleotides
  • Toxicity and Tissue Distribution of MVE-2 in the Dog After Intravenous and Intraperitonal Administration
  • Transformation of Mouse Fibroblast (T3T) Cells Employing the Oncogenic Simian Virus 40 (SV40) for Evaluation of Anticancer Compounds
  • Screening of Platinum II Polymines as Antitumor Drugs Employing Cell Differation of Normal and Transformed 3T3 Cells
  • Polymeric Derivatives of cis-Dichlorodiammineplatinum II Analogs Based on Polyvinylamine-co-vinylsulfonate as Model Carriers In the Drug Delivery Systems
  • Soluble Excipients Assisting Dissolution of Drugs: Importance of Amorphous State
  • Polymeric Hydroxamic Acids for Iron Chelators Therapy
  • Oxygen Species Chemistry of Osmium Carbohydrate Polymers
  • Synthetic Polymeric Inducers of Interferon
  • Polypeptides as Drugs
  • A Systematic Approach to Induce New Catalytic Activities in Proteins
  • Branched Polypeptides with a Poly(L-Lysine) Backbone: Synthesis, Conformation, and Immunomodulation
  • Contributors.