Software control of intelligent drug releases using stimuli-responsive release systems and IR data communication

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Abstract

Intelligent drug delivery systems using UV polymerized hydrogels controlled by software were developed. The conditions of drug releases such as drug concentration, timing and amount of released drug could be controlled. It was also shown that the release threshold and the program design could be modified by IR data communication. © 2005.

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Sakata, S., Uchida, K., Kaetsu, I., Kita, Y., & Tsuji, D. (2007). Software control of intelligent drug releases using stimuli-responsive release systems and IR data communication. Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 76(4), 738–740. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radphyschem.2004.12.011

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