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Temperature and pH-responsive nanogels as intelligent drug delivery systems: A comprehensive review
Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science
With the advancement of technology and the evolution of modern healthcare systems, the focus is shifting from conventional drug delivery vehicles to novel, nanosized carriers. Nanogels are an example of such nanosized drug delivery systems that have been researched at length. They can be designed to be sensitive to a multitude of physical and chemical stimuli and this endows them with the capability to deliver the drugs they carry in a site-specific manner. These intelligent drug deliverydoi:10.7324/japs.2021.1101201 fatcat:akwfbcesdzaupn5ilo6bixipfq