Electrosprayed core-shell microspheres for protein delivery.

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2010-07-14

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This communication describes a single-step electrospraying technique that generates core-shell microspheres (CSMs) with encapsulated protein as the core and an amphiphilic biodegradable polymer as the shell. The protein release profiles of the electrosprayed CSMs showed steady release kinetics over 3 weeks without a significant initial burst.

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Wu, Yiquan, I-Chien Liao, Scott J Kennedy, Jinzhi Du, Jun Wang, Kam W Leong and Robert L Clark (2010). Electrosprayed core-shell microspheres for protein delivery. Chem Commun (Camb), 46(26). pp. 4743–4745. 10.1039/c0cc00535e Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/4129.

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