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Novel Environmentally Responsive Nanoparticles for Dual Controlled Drug Release of Diallyl Trisulfide and Sodium Nitrite Orally

Description :  The objective of this project is to determine the release of nitrite and/or diallyl trisulfide (DATS) from nanoscale, pH-responsive poly anionic polymer networks. The formulation of these nanocarrier systems is to simultaneously deliver both hydrophilic and hydrophobic molecules in a controlled release manner. Work in the Kevil Lab will analyze liquid samples at different time points for levels of nitrite and/or DATS using analytical nitric oxide chemiluminescence and HPLC detection, respectively. 
Principal Investigator:  Moore, Mary Caldorera  --  Biomedical Engineering, Engineering and Technology Management, CBERS, Molecular Science and Nanotechnology
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Funding Agencies:  LSU-HSC
Amount Awarded:  21,400

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