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June 19th, 2006
Dendritic Nanotechnologies Announces Priostar Dendrimer Family
Dendritic Nanotechnologies Inc. (DNT), a technology company that develops advanced dendritic polymers used to produce commercial products, today announced that Priostar(TM) dendrimers are available on a limited basis to the commercial sector.
Priostar dendrimers represent the synergistic combination of polymers with nanotechnology. They are a part of the fourth class of polymer architectures defined as dendritic polymers. The nanoscale size and dendritic (or highly branched) nature of these precision polymeric nanostructures provide new properties and reactivity that has been known at the research level for a number of years, but lacked an affordable dendrimer to commercialize.
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