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Therapeutic capsules : active species released by magnetic heating

In order to better control the release of encapsulated active species in the human body, some researchers from the Paul Pascal Research Center CRPP (CNRS/University of Bordeaux) and from the Laboratoire de Chimie des Polymères Organiques (CNRS/University of Bordeaux /INP) have synthesized new sub-micronic particles. They succeeded in releasing the core of the particles containing the active species by applying a magnetic field generating a hyperthermy phenomenon thanks to entrapped iron oxide magnetic nanoparticles. This work, patented by the SATT Aquitaine, has been published in the journal : Particle and Particle Systems Characterization.

Référence :

Marion Baillot, Gauvin Hemery, Olivier Sandre, Véronique Schmitt & Rénal Backov
Thermo-Magnetically Responsive γ-Fe2O3@Wax@SiO2 Submicron Capsules
Published in : Part. Part. Syst. Charact. 2 août 2017


Contacts researchers :

Rénal Backov, Centre de recherche Paul Pascal - Pessac
Rénal Backov
Phone : + 33 5 56 84 56 30

Véronique Schmitt, Centre de recherche Paul Pascal - Pessac
Véronique Schmitt Phone : + 33 5 56 84 56 67

Olivier Sandre, Laboratoire de chimie des polymères organiques - Pessac
Olivier Sandre
Phone : +33 5 40 00 36 95

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