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Covalent Polymer-Drug Conjugates
AbstractIn this work, polymer-drugs conjugates used as drug delivery systems (DDS) are revised attending to their chemical conjugation. Namely, the classification of this type of DDS is based on the conjugation sites of the reactive groups (i.e., via end groups or pendant polymer groups). Advantages and limitations of these types of DDS are discussed through representative examples of polymer-drugs and polymer-proteins conjugates recently developed.
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Elvira, C.; Gallardo, A.; Roman, J.; Cifuentes, A. Covalent Polymer-Drug Conjugates. Molecules 2005, 10, 114-125.View more citation formats
Elvira C, Gallardo A, Roman J, Cifuentes A. Covalent Polymer-Drug Conjugates. Molecules. 2005; 10(1):114-125.Chicago/Turabian Style
Elvira, C.; Gallardo, A.; Roman, J.; Cifuentes, A. 2005. "Covalent Polymer-Drug Conjugates." Molecules 10, no. 1: 114-125.
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