A Bibliography of the Modern Chap-Books and their Imitators by Frederick Winthrop Faxon

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2007. Deep microstructuring in glass for microfluidic applications. Microsyst. Technol. 13:447–53. 5. , Leib, J. 2004. Novel microstructuring technology for glass on silicon and glass substrates. In Electronic Components and Technology Conference, Las Vegas, 2004, pp. 939–42. 6. , You, J. , Soo, K. , Darveau, A. 2007. Hybrid integrated silicon microfluidic platform for fluorescence based biodetection. Sensors 7:1901–15. 7. , Gartner, C. 2000. Polymer microfabrication methods for microfluidic analytical applications.

These systems have been proposed as a new type of lipid-based encapsulation system, and their structure and physicochemical properties will be discussed in more detail in the subsection devoted to phospholipids. 20. Other systems are based on their chemical properties. In addition, lipids are classified as saponifiable and nonsaponifiable. 20. 20 Classification of lipids. , McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008, p. 1 Fatty Acids and Their Esters The naturally occurring fats, oils, and waxes are all esters formed between long-chain fatty acids and glycerol.

10 Common stimuli and the changes triggered in the structure of polymers. , Biomed. ) Hydrogels that swell in aqueous media, for example, are able to respond rapidly to small changes in pH and temperature, allowing for pulsatile drug delivery to specific sites. Block copolymers with hydrophobic polymers such as polystyrene, polybutylmethacrylate, or poly-lactic acid form polymeric micelles and show a change in the hydration and dehydration properties upon a change in the temperature. Thermoresponsive polymers can be utilized for drug delivery to tumor sites.

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