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Press Releases from CD Bioparticles (4 total)

CD Bioparticles Expands Its Biodegradable Polymers Portfolio with Dendrimers

As a leading manufacturer and supplier of various drug delivery products and services, CD Bioparticles recently introduces a series of dendrimers for research use, such as DMPA-G1-TMP-Acetylene, DMPA-G1-TMP-Azide, DMPA-G1-TMP-Carboxyl, and DMPA-G1-TMP-NHBOC. These biodegradable polymers can be used in theranostics, biosensors, optics, adhesives and coatings. With customized delivery strategies, precise designs and modifications of drugs or drug-contained cargos, and advanced technical platforms, CD Bioparticles can help scientists to solve problems in the

CD Bioparticles Releases Chitosans for Research Use

As a leading manufacturer and supplier of various drug delivery products and services, CD Bioparticles launches a series of chitosans for global research communities to support drug delivery studies. These new chitosans and derivatives are with various water solubility, and scientists now are accessible to products like CInd™ analogous hyaluronic acid chitosan, CInd™ carboxymethyl chitosan, CInd™ chitosan azelate and glycol chitin. One new product in this new release is the CInd™

CD Bioparticles Releases New Block Copolymer Micelles for Drug Delivery Research

As a leading manufacturer and supplier of various drug delivery products and services, CD Bioparticles launches a series of block copolymer micelles for global researchers to help solve the challenges faced in the studies such as limited drug-loading efficiency and yield, unpredictable or uncontrollable degradation rate of the drug-loading cargo, or uncontrollable drug delivery profile. These newly released products are applicable for a variety of potential usages, like biocompatible and

First-class Chelating Agents Covering Full Range Are Available at CD Bioparticle …

Chelating agents are chemical compounds that react with metal ions to form a stable, water-soluble complex. They are also known as chelants, chelators, or sequestering agents. Chelating agents have a ring-like center which forms at least two bonds with the metal ion allowing it to be excreted. Due to the rising demand for cleaning formulations, the market will witness a growing trend in the need for chelating agents, which are

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