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TitleBiomedical Polymers and Polymer Therapeutics [electronic resource] / edited by Emo Chiellini, Junzo Sunamoto, Claudio Migliaresi, Raphael M. Ottenbrite, Daniel Cohn
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 2002
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/b112950
Descript XVIII, 452 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Frontiers in Biomedical Polymers including Polymer Therapeutics: From Laboratory to Clinical Practice, held May 23-27, 1999, in Shiga, Japan. This book focuses on the progress and unique discoveries in the interdisciplinary scientific and technological area of biomedical application of polymers. The topics include polymeric materials for biomedical and pharmaceutical applications, as well as polymeric materials in therapeutics


CONTENT

Biomedical Polymers and Polymer Therapeutics -- Molecular Design of Biodegradable Dextran Hydrogels for the Controlled Release of Proteins -- Biodegradable Nanospheres: Therapeutic Applications -- Application to Cancer Chemotherapy of Supramolecular System -- DDS in Cancer Chemotherapy -- Cellulose Capsules-Analternative to Gelatin -- Polymeric Hydrogels in Drug Release -- Biodegradable Polyrotaxanes Aiming at Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Applications -- Liposomes Linked With Time-Release Sufreace Peg -- Carrier Design: Influence of Charge on Interaction of Branched Polymeric Polypeptides with Phospholipid Model Membranes -- Block Copolymer-Based Formulations of Doxorubicin Effective Against Drug Resistant Tumours -- Preparation of Poly(lactic Acid)-Grafted Polysaccharides as Biodegradable Amphiphilic Materials -- Phospholipid Polymers for Regulation of Bioreactions on Medical Devices -- Relative Polycation Interactions with Whole Bloos and Model Media -- Influence of Plasma Protein and Platelet Adhesion on Covalently Coated Biomaterials with Major Sequences of Twenty Regioselective Modified N- oro-Desulphated Heparin/Heparan Derivatives -- Preparation and Surface Analysis of Haemocompatible Nanocoatings with Amino- and Carboxyl Group Containing Polysaccharides -- Isolation and Characterisation of Endothelial Cell Surface Heparan Sulphate from Whole Bovine Lung for Coating of Biomaterials to Improve Haemocompatibility -- Composite Materials as Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering -- Protein Immobilization onto Newly Developed Polyurethane-Maleamides for Endothelial Cell Growth -- Functionalized Polymers of Malic Acid Stimulate Tissue Repair Presumably by Regulating Heparin Growth Factors Bioavailability -- Temperature-Control of Interactions of Thermosensitive Polymer Modified Liposomes with Model Membranes and Cells -- Polymers in Diagnosis and Vaccination -- The Use of Polychelating and Amphiphilic Polymers in Gamma, MR and CT Imaging -- Conjugation Chemistries to Reduce Renal Radioactivity Levels of Antibody Fragments -- Synthetic Peptide and Their Polymers as Vaccomes -- Development of Fusogenic Liposomes and Its Application for Vanccine -- A Novel Hydrophobized Polysaccharide/Oncoprotein Complex Vaccine for Her2 Gene Expressing Cancer -- Polymers in Gene Therapy -- Pharmaceutical Aspects of Gene Therapy -- High-Molecular Weight Polyethylene Glycols Conjugated to Antisense Oligonucleotides -- Photodynamic Antisense Regulation of Human Cervical Carcinoma Cell -- In Vitro Gene Delivery by Using Supramolecular Systems -- Ribozyme Technology 1: Hammerhead Ribozymes as Tools for the Suppression of Gene Expression -- Ribozyme Technology 2: Novel Allosterically Controllable Ribozymes, the Maxizymes, with Considerable Potential as Geneinactivating Agents


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