Drug Delivery Systems: Textile Structures with Active Ingredients
Textile-based structures have been successfully used in medical applications for decades. The enhancement of these structures to include an active ingredient release function offers the possibility of improved treatment methods and new products.Beitrag auf Deutsch lesen
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