Designing biopolymer scaffolds and oral mucoadhesive films for controlled drug delivery Abstract

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Petar Uskoković
Anđela Radisavljević
Marija Jovanović
Dušica Stojanović
Vesna Radojević


There is a great potential to use electrospun nanofibers and 3D-printed structures as drug carriers for biomedical applications, due to the possibility of delivering drugs at a controlled rate over some time at the site of action.


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Uskoković, P. ., Radisavljević, A. ., Jovanović, M. ., Stojanović, D. ., & Radojević, V. . (2024). Designing biopolymer scaffolds and oral mucoadhesive films for controlled drug delivery: Abstract. HEMIJSKA INDUSTRIJA (Chemical Industry), 78(1S), 24. Retrieved from
Polymer gels and composites for biomedical applications

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Bojana Obradović, Jasmina Stojkovska, Ivana Banićević, Anđela Radisavljević, Marija Jovanović, Miloš Petrović, Mirjana Rajilić-Stojanović, Petar Uskoković, Dušica Stojanović, Vesna Radojević, The ExcellMater project for advancements in biomaterials and 3D in vitro culture systems for applications in pharmacy and biomedicine. Maced. Pharm. Bull., 69 (Suppl 1) 5 - 6 (2023). doi: 10.33320/maced.pharm.bull.2023.69.03.002.

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