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Dendrimers in Biomedical Applications

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by Barbara Klajnert
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Dendrimers in Biomedical Applications by Barbara Klajnert

Dendrimers are important molecules that are currently undergoing investigation for use in a variety of different biomedical applications. Following the work of COST action TD0802, the main objective of which is to improve existing therapies and find new drugs based on dendrimers, the book will provide comprehensive coverage of dendrimer applications. Providing clear indications for future research and applications, this text will appeal to chemists, biologists and materials scientists, working in both academia and industry.

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Size: 10.0 MB
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Date published:   2013
ISBN: 9781849737296 (DRM-PDF)

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