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Electrospun nanofibers have shown great potential as drug vehicles and tissue engineering scaffolds. However, the successful encapsulation of multiple hydrophilic/hydrophobic therapeutic compounds is still challenging. Herein, sodium alginate/poly(3-caprolactone) core/shell nanofibers were fabricated via water-in-oil emulsion electrospinning. The sodium alginate concentration, water-to-oil ratio, and surfactant concentration were optimized for the maximum stability of the emulsion. The resultsdoi:10.3929/ethz-b-000553544 fatcat:5arivez5ora3zk7hryvjenb5ua