characterization and dielectric properties of magnetic nanoparticles (Ferrofluid) conjugated with chemotherapy drug for medical application

Faculty Science Year: 2014
Type of Publication: ZU Hosted Pages:
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Journal: IOSR Journal of applied physics IOSR Journal of applied physics Volume:
Keywords : characterization , dielectric properties , magnetic nanoparticles (Ferrofluid)    
Abstract:
Basically, magnetic drug delivery system using magnetic nanoparticle carriers targeted by an external magnetic field has been recently a promising choice to avoid problems coupled with usual chemotherapy. An external magnetic field is u
   
     
 
       

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