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Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. New classes of polymeric materials with unique applications are being introduced. In many cases, the properties and their usage were discovered only recently. This chapter covers two areas: 1 health, medicine, and biotechnology, a rapidly developing domain based largely on known materials but moving to designed and engineered polymers, and 2 information and communications, an emerging field for polymers significantly based on their electronic properties. These two areas are attracting a great deal of attention, particularly among researchers who are not traditional specialists in polymer science. The growing importance of these fields makes the interdisciplinary aspect of polymer research abundantly clear.
Supramolecular block copolymers SBCs have received considerable interest in polymer chemistry, materials science, biomedical engineering and nanotechnology owing to their unique structural and functional advantages, such as low cytotoxicity, outstanding biodegradability, smart environmental responsiveness, and so forth. SBCs comprise two or more different homopolymer subunits linked by noncovalent bonds, and these polymers, in particular, combine the dynamically reversible nature of supramolecular polymers with the hierarchical microphase-separated structures of block polymers. A rapidly increasing number of publications on the synthesis and applications of SBCs have been reported in recent years; however, a systematic summary of the design, synthesis, properties and applications of SBCs has not been published. To this end, this review provides a brief overview of the recent advances in SBCs and describes the synthesis strategies, properties and functions, and their widespread applications in drug delivery, gene delivery, protein delivery, bioimaging and so on. In this review, we aim to elucidate the general concepts and structure—property relationships of SBCs, as well as their practical bioapplications, shedding further valuable insights into this emerging research field.
This document provides basic information for the pharmaceutical development, and non-clinical and early clinical studies of block-copolymer micelle drug products created to affect pharmacokinetics, stability and distribution of incorporated or conjugated active substances in vivo. Skip to main content. Human regulatory Overview Research and development Marketing authorisation Post-authorisation Herbal products. Veterinary regulatory Overview Research and development Marketing authorisation Post-authorisation. Development of block-copolymer-micelle medicinal products.
Focuses on recent advances in research on block copolymers, covering chemistry (synthesis), physics (phase behaviors, rheology, modeling), and applications.
Soft Matter Characterization pp Cite as. Small-angle scattering SAS is a powerful technique for examining nanostructures formed by the self-assembly of block copolymers, whether in the melt, solution or crystal state.
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