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Microfluidics for Pharmaceutical Applications: From Nano/Micro Systems Fabrication to Controlled Drug Delivery is a concept-orientated reference that features case studies on utilizing microfluidics for drug delivery applications. It is a valuable learning reference on microfluidics for drug delivery applications and assists practitioners developing novel drug delivery platforms using microfluidics. It explores advances in microfluidics for drug delivery applications from different perspectives, covering device fabrication, fluid dynamics, cutting-edge microfluidic technology in the global drug delivery industry, lab-on-chip nano/micro fabrication and drug encapsulation, cell encapsulation and delivery, and cell- drug interaction screening.
These microfluidic platforms have revolutionized the drug delivery field, but also show great potential for industrial applications.
Presents detailed coverage on the fabrication of novel drug delivery systems with desired characteristics, such as uniform size, Janus particles, and particular or combined responsiveness
Includes a variety of case studies that explain principles
Focuses on commercialization, cost, safety, society and educational issues of microfluidic applications, showing how microfluidics is used in the real world
This book will be suitable for Masters and PhD students and for those in the industry.
In addition, the book should appeal to a segment of academic scientists at all levels, from graduate students to professors, who work in related fields.
|Place of Publication||Amsterdam|
|Publisher||Elsevier Scientific Publ. Co|
|Number of pages||495|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|
|MoE publication type||C2 Edited book|
|Name||Micro & nano technologies|
Fields of Science
- 221 Nano-technology
- 317 Pharmacy
01/09/2017 → 31/08/2020
Project: Research project
Fabrication of Ultrahigh Drug Loaded Core/Shell Nanovectors by A Microfluidic Platform for Controlled Drug Delivery
01/01/2017 → 31/12/2020
Project: University of Helsinki Three-Year Research Project