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Novel Targeted Chitosan based Therapeutic Polymeric Nanomedicines for Lung Cancer Applications

Start Date: Wednesday, Dec 01,2010

School: School of Nano Sciences

Project Incharge:Dr. R. Jayakumar
Funded by:DST
Novel Targeted Chitosan based Therapeutic Polymeric Nanomedicines for Lung Cancer Applications

This project aims to develop a synergistic collaboration between an active nanomedicine team from the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto, Portugal and a strong nano medicine group at the Amrita Center for Nanosciences, AIMS, Kochi, India. The broad area of this targeted nanomedicine research is lung cancer, which is a very serious disease in both the collaborating countries. The project seeks to develop novel targeted nanosystems for delivery of anti-tumour medicines to non-small lung cancer cells.

The broad area of this targeted nanomedicine research is lung cancer, which is a very serious disease in both the collaborating countries. The project seeks to develop novel targeted nanosystems for delivery of anti-tumour medicines to non-small lung cancer cells.

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