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Nanotech 2005 Vol. 1
Nanotech 2005 Vol. 1
Technical Proceedings of the 2005 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 1

Chapter 3:

Drug Delivery

-Peptidic Nanoparticles for Cancer Therapy and Diagnosis
 A. Graff, D. Tropel, SK. Raman, G. Machaidze, A. Lustig and P. Burkhard
 University of Basel, CH
-Formation of Nanoparticles of a Hydrophilic Drug using Supercritical CO2 and Microencapsulation for Sustained Drug Release
 A.J. Thote and R.B. Gupta
 Auburn University, US
-Two-Dimensional Chemotherapy Simulations Demonstrate Fundamental Transport and Tumor Response Limitations Involving Nanoparticles
 J. Sinek, H. Frieboes, X. Zheng and V. Cristini
 University of California, Irvine, US
-Nanoparticulate Drug Delivery Systems Based on Hydrotropic Polymers, Dendrimers, and Polymer Complexes
 J.H. Park, K.M. Huh, S.C. Lee, W-K Lee, T. Ooya and K. Park
 Purdue University, US
-Structural Characterization of Novel Micro- And Nano-Scale Non-Viral DNA Delivery Systems for Cutaneous Gene Therapy
 M. Foldvari, I. Badea, S. Wettig, R. Verrall and M. Bagonluri
 University of Saskatchewan, CA
-Feasibility of Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery to the Inner Ear
 K. Dormer, N. Mamedova, R. Kopke, J. Liu, K. Chen, D. Gibson, R. Jackson, M. Costello and F. Mondalek
 NanoBioMagnetics, Inc, US
-Polymeric Hybrid Microstructures for Smart Targeting and Drug Delivery
 A. Dudia, J.S. Kanger and V. Subramaniam
 University of Twente, NL
-Nano-Structured Vaccine Delivery
 Y-W Yang and C-A Wu
 National Taiwan University, TW
-Carbon Coated Magnetic Nanoparticles for Local Drug Delivery using Magnetic Implants
 R. Fernández-Pacheco, M.R. Ibarra, J.G. Valdivia, C. Marquina, D. Serrate, M.S. Romero, M. Gutiérrez and J. Arbiol
 Institute of Nanoscience of Aragon, ES
-pH-Responsive Hydrogel with Controlled Swelling and Degradation Rate
 M. Trujillo-Lemon, C.N. Bowman and J.W. Stansbury
 University of Colorado Denver and Health Sciences Center, US
-Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Multiple Biomedical Applications
 H. Hofmann, A. Petri-Fink, B. Steitz, B. von Rechenberg, M. Hofmann and J. Juillerat
 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, CH
-New Highly Efficient Non-invasive Nanoparticulate Delivery Systems for the Treatment of Chronic Diseases
 F.M. Sinner
 Institute of Medical Technologies and Health Management, Joanneum Research, AT
-Multi-scale Drug Release Modeling for Targeted Oral Drug Delivery (TODD)
 B.N. Haddish, C. Nyquist, K. Haghighi, H-A Wu, C. Corvalan, J. Rickus and A. Keshavarzian
 Purdue University, US
-Nano-structured Chitosan Self-Aggregates as a Drug Delivery Carrier
 M.S. Bae, I.C. Kwon, S.Y. Jeong and K.Y. Lee
 Hanyang University, KR
-Enhanced Gene Delivery Efficiency in Resonant Acoustic Fields
 Y-H Lee and C-A Peng
 University of Southern California, US
-Protein Nanoparticles
 T.P. Castor
 Aphios Corporation, US
-Controllable Preparation of 10 nm Solid Lipid Nanoparticles based on Phase Behaviors of Drug-Loading Hot Microemulsions
 Q. Xia, Y. Lu and N. Gu
 Southeast University, CN
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