One-pot ultrasonic synthesis of multifunctional microbubbles and microcapsules using synthetic thiolated macromolecules


A one-pot ultrasonic procedure has been developed as a versatile route for synthesizing polymer-coated microspheres that have potential application as drug delivery vehicles. The use of synthetic thiolated poly(methacrylic acid) macromolecules as the shell material offers control over size, morphology and functionality of the microspheres

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This paper was published in ART.

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