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Synonyms for delivery

Synonyms for delivery

the act of delivering or the condition of being delivered

extrication from danger or confinement

Synonyms for delivery

the event of giving birth

the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession) from one party to another

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The combination of tissue engineering and controlled drug delivery has been shown as an effective strategy for locally controlling the dose and duration of the release of biological molecules [6].
The objective of this article is to outline the hydrolytic degradation phenomena of biodegradable polymers when incorporated in controlled drug delivery systems and to review the various factors influencing the polymer degradation.
senior vice president, co-founder of Micell and co-inventor of the technology, said, "Micell is pursuing a product portfolio based on the concept that there is great potential therapeutic benefit in coating biomedical implants with rapidly bioabsorbable formulations while maintaining controlled drug delivery profiles extending beyond polymer presence.
OTCBB: CWNM) has recently patented a controlled drug delivery technology that aims not only to improve the safety and pharmacokinetics of controlled-release medication, but also to streamline the manufacturing process for existing facilities without significantly increasing costs.
Raval, "Review on hydrolytic degradation behavior of biodegradable polymers from controlled drug delivery systems", Trends Biomater.
Professor Dombs research interests are in biopolymers, gene therapy, controlled drug delivery, cancer therapy, biodegradable polymers, hydrogels, coating of medical devices, nanoparticulate systems and polymeric complexes.
Floating drug delivery systems: An approach to oral controlled drug delivery via gastric retention (2000) Journal of Controlled Release, 63 (3), pp.
Dr Malcolm says that recent studies have confirmed that controlled drug delivery from a vaginal ring is potentially more effective and more acceptable to women than gel or cream.
We continue to advance our pipeline of sustained and controlled drug delivery technologies and we now have FDA approved products and product candidates at all stages of development.
For the pharmaceutical applications they are unique carriers for controlled drug delivery, release control can be governed by both swelling and biodegrading properties [4-6].
The company's bio-med group focuses on nano particle applications associated with controlled drug delivery and therapy based on magnetically vectorized bio-compatible nano structures.
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