Special Issue "Materials for Drug Delivery and Biomedical Consideration"
A special issue of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 March 2017)
Prof. Dr. James Z. Tang
Particles are a common form of materials that can be prepared for drug delivery in pharmaceutical applications. They can be made into popular solid dosage forms, such as tablets and capsules, for controlled drug release, or suspensions (solubilizing active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) through nano-dispersion and grafting) at micro- and nano- scales. At micro-scale, particulate flow, transfer and compaction dictate the properties of the products made of these materials, while at nano- scale, particulate delivery systems can be used as the passive target module for cancer treatment. This Special Issue aims to cover the state-of-the art research or review with relevance to materials for formulations and materials for drug delivery systems. In particular, manuscripts concerning these materials at micro- or nano-scales are most welcome. The subjects of manuscripts can include, but are not limited to, the following themes: Nanotechnology for particulate delivery systems, pharmaceutical materials synthesis and characterization, particulate materials for drug delivery, nano-coating and fillers for pharmaceutical applications, and adsorbent nanomaterials for active pharmaceutical ingredient separation and analysis.
Prof. Dr. James Z. Tang
Prof. Dr. Charley Chuan-Yu Wu
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Particulate delivery systems
- Pharmaceutical materials