Advanced biomaterials in biomedical engineering and drug delivery systems
The design of innovative, intelligent functional polymers is providing important new tools for sophisticated diagnosis and treatment. The molecular design and integrated biomedical functions of the new polymers set forth in this volume represent diverse perspectives in the fields of biomaterials and drug delivery systems. An interdisciplinary approach makes available the latest advances in the fields of biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences. The resulting fusion of information will prove valuable to researchers and practitioners concerned with current and future trends in biomedical applications of polymeric materials, and will be especially useful to researchers in academic, government, and industrial organizations.
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Advanced Biomaterials in Biomedical Engineering and Drug Delivery Systems
Naoya Ogata,Sung Wan Kim,Jan Feijen
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