Particles from preformed polymers as carriers for drug delivery.

Abstract : Biodegradable and biocompatible polymers are widely used for the encapsulation of drug molecules. Various particulate carriers with different sizes and characteristics have been prepared by miscellaneous techniques. In this review, we reported the commonly used preformed polymer based techniques for the preparation of micro and nano-structured materials intended for drug encapsulation. A description of polymer-solvent interaction was provided. The most widely used polymers were reported and described and their related research studies were mentioned. Moreover, principles of each technique and its crucial operating conditions were described and discussed. Recent applications of all the reported techniques in drug delivery were also reviewed.
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A Miladi, A Ibraheem, A. Iqbal, A Sfar, A Fessi, et al.. Particles from preformed polymers as carriers for drug delivery.. EXCLI Journal, 2019, 13, pp.28-57. 〈hal-02093354〉

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