Polymerized Micelles and Their Use as Adjuvants in Immunology

A polymerization process is described for the preparation of hydrophilic micelles containing solubilized drug molecules in a colloidal aqueous system of dissolved monomers

G. Birrenbach

2006

Scholarcy highlights

  • A polymerization process is described for the preparation of hydrophilic micelles containing solubilized drug molecules in a colloidal aqueous system of dissolved monomers
  • The formulation of drugs including labile proteins in the ultrafine polymer components and their isolation are possible without noticeable destruction of the encapsulated molecules
  • Nanoparts are visible with the aid of an electron microscope
  • These preparations show intact biological activity and high antibody production in animals

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