Macromolecular carrier for drug and diagnostic agent delivery
New macromolecular carriers for drugs and diagnostic agents are described that make use of the chemical attachment of new leashes to oligomeric backbone structures. The synthesis of these leashes and their facile creation, reaction and conjugation with chelators and ligands makes them ideal candidates for use in medicine, and especially diagnostics.
Vera; David R. (San Diego, CA)
The Regents of the University of California (Oakland, CA)
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