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August 18th, 2009
Findings of a new study by Iranian chemists revealed a new method for synthesizing nanocapsules capable of controlled drug release, leading to profitable drug delivery in medical industry.
Recently, polymer bio-degradable nanoparticles have been in center of attentions, these nanoparticles can deliver the drug to the target tissue in a controlled and effective way.
Micelle nanoparticles release the drug in the body slowly, because of their interaction with central hydrophobe of nanoparticle, but nanocapsules, because of their thin layer, release the drug faster," said Sepideh Khoee, an academic member of Tehran University and member of the research team.
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