Development of an inverse liquid chromatographic technique to measure adsorption of amino acid sorbates onto chitosan
Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering
Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Drug delivery is described as the localized sustained delivery of a pharmaceutical agent to the systemic blood circulation and hence to the site of action to produce a desired pharmacological effect . There are three principle ways of drug delivery, first being the injection of the drug loaded on microspheres in this method of drug delivery, microspheres are formed using a combination of ink-jet technology and single emulsion-solvent evaporation techniques. Microspheres of a certain size are produced such as to administer the desired route of administration and the rate of the drug release . Another form of drug delivery commonly used is called a transdermal drug delivery, in which the skin is used as a medium to administer the delivery of a drug. Different technologies are being used to dispense and print drugs on the skin.
drug delivery, pharmaceuticals, chitosan
Hafeez, Y. (2011). Development of an inverse liquid chromatographic technique to measure adsorption of amino acid sorbates onto chitosan. Biological and Agricultural Engineering Undergraduate Honors Theses Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/baeguht/31