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Dendrimers: novel polymeric nanoarchitectures for solubility enhancement

, : Dendrimers: novel polymeric nanoarchitectures for solubility enhancement. Biomacromolecules 7(3): 649-658

Poor solubility and hydrophobicity of drugs/bioactives limit their possible applications in drug delivery and formulation development. Apart from conventional methods of solubility enhancement, there are some novel methods which can be used in solubilization. Dendrimers represent a novel type of polymeric material that has generated much interest in many diverse areas due to their unique structure and properties.


PMID: 16529394

DOI: 10.1021/bm050802s

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