Stealth Liposomes

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CRC Press, Apr 7, 1995 - Medical - 320 pages
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This book examines stealth liposomes from a multidisciplinary approach, which includes theoretical polymer physics, organic synthesis, colloid science, and biology. Discussions include theory, chemistry, biochemistry, pharmacology, preclinical studies in model systems, and medical applications in humans.
  

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Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter 4
25
Chapter 6
51
Modulation and Modeling of Interaction Forces between
73
Chapter 9
93
Biological Properties of Sterically Stabilized Liposomes
103
Mechanism of Stealth Liposomes Accumulation in Some Pathological Tissues
119
Chapter 12
127
Chapte 15
173
Chapter 16
187
Chapter 18
211
Chapter 21
222
Chapter 20
233
Chapter 22
257
Conclusion and Afterword
279
Copyright

Chapter 14
143

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Page 243 - A., Liposomes containing synthetic lipid derivatives of poly(ethylene glycol) show prolonged circulation half-lives in vivo. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1066, 29, 1991.

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