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Fluorescence characterization of drug carrier systems formed by drug-silver nanoparticles complexes loaded on nanostructured PBS polymer

AutorSevilla, Paz ; Corda, Elisa ; Hernández, Margarita ; Soccio, Michelina ; García-Ramos, José Vicente ; Domingo, Concepción ; García-Gutiérrez, Mari Cruz
Fecha de publicación15-jun-2014
Citación4th International Colloids Conference Surface Design Engineering (2014)
ResumenA wide variety of modern drug delivery systems developed nowadays are is based on nanotechnology. The success of these designs implies minimum of drug loss in the way to disease cells, good recognition of such cells and maximum efficacy in therapeutic effects. In most cases they consist of biocompatible and biodegradable nanostructured materials, like mesoporous silica, capable of include drugs and recognition molecules. One problem associated derives from the use of external molecules acting as linkers when molecules cannot be immobilized in the interior of nanostructures. PBS (polybutylene succinate) is an aliphatic polyester characterized by good mechanical properties and thermal stability but, more importantly, it is biodegradable and biocompatible. Silver nanoparticles present two principal advantages, firstly they act as linkers for the drug to be immobilized in the interior of the nanostructured polymer and secondly they permit and enhancement of the spectroscopic signal by the localized surface plasmon resonances (LSPR) such nanoparticles support.
DescripciónMadrid, Spain, 15–18 June 2014.
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