Drug delivery using electrochemically-triggered biodegradable electroactive materials

Hardy , John (2015) Drug delivery using electrochemically-triggered biodegradable electroactive materials. WO2015143334A1.

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Abstract

A biodegradable electroactive material can be doped with a drug and the drug can be delivered to a living subject by stimulating the material with an electrical potential. The material (in this case a polymer) has an electrochemically responsive oligoaniline block terminated with a carboxylic acid moiety and is linked to an alcohol-terminated diol by an ester bond. Advantageously, the diol is PEG-400, PEG-2000, PCL-530, or PCL-2000.

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Patent
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75556
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09 Sep 2015 06:37
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