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Assessment of PEG on Polymeric Particles Surface, a Key Step in Drug Carrier Translation
Injectable drug nanocarriers have greatly benefited in their clinical development from the addition of a superficial hydrophilic corona to improve their cargo pharmacokinetics. The most studied and used polymer for this ...
Nanostructure des particules polymériques : aspects physiques, chimiques et biologiques
Les nanotechnologies appliquées aux sciences pharmaceutiques ont pour but d’améliorer l’administration de molécules actives par l’intermédiaire de transporteurs nanométriques. Parmi les différents types de véhicules proposés ...
Unified scaling of the structure and loading of nanoparticles formed via diffusion-limited coalescence
(American Chemical Society, 2018-04-30)
The present study establishes the scaling laws describing the structure of spherical nanoparticles formed by diffusion-limited coalescence. We produced drug-loaded nanoparticles from a poly(ethylene glycol)-poly(d,l-lactic ...
Effect of Polymer Architecture on the Structural and Biophysical Properties of PEG-PLA Nanoparticles
Polymers made of poly(ethylene glycol) chains grafted to poly(lactic acid) chains (PEG-g-PLA) were used to produce stealth drug nanocarriers. A library of comb-like PEG-g-PLA polymers with different PEG grafting densities ...
Drug-loaded nanocarriers : passive targeting and crossing of biological barriers
Poor bioavailability and poor pharmacokinetic characteristics are some of the leading causes of drug development failure. Therefore, poorly-soluble drugs, fragile proteins or nucleic acid products may benefit from their ...
Effect of polymer architecture on Curcumin 1 encapsulation and release from PEGylated polymer nanoparticles: toward a drug delivery nano-platform to the CNS
We developed a nanoparticles (NPs) library from poly(ethylene glycol)–poly lactic acid comb-like polymers with variable amount of PEG. Curcumin was encapsulated in the NPs with a view to develop a delivery platform to treat ...