Surface Modification
Sessions L1 & L2

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Session L1 (Tuesday, 0900-1200)  Salon 16
Session Chair: J. Kim

0900 - 150. M. Varshney; Are nanoparticles for selective in vivo removal of overdosed chemical toxins possible?
0945 - 151. H. Hofmann; Engineering of  inorganic nanoparticles for biomedical and pharmaceutical applications
1015 - Break
1030 - 152. F. Delie-Salmon; Particle-cell interaction in the Caco-2 cell model
1100 - 153. M. Jonsson; Polyelectrolyte-macroion complexation - A Monte Carlo study
1130 - 154. S.L. Tao; Bioadhesion of microfabricated particles: A mechanism for oral drug delivery
1145 - 155. S. Gautier; Novel biodegradable amphiphilic copolymers for stabilization and surface functionalization of poly(D,L-lactide) nanoparticles
1200 - End of Session

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Session L2 (Tuesday, 1400-1700)  Salon 17
Session Chair: H. Hofmann

1400 - 180. J.H. Kim; Surface functionalized particles for controlled delivery
1445 - 181. S. Rosenthal; Targeting cell surface receptors with ligand-conjugated nanocrystals
1515 - Break
1530 - 182. M. Zhang; Synthesis and surface modification of monodispersed magnetic nanoparticles for cancer diagnosis and therapeutics
1600 - 183. P. Pathos; Putting more stealth into stealth vesicles: Proactive biomimetics and the "marker of self"
1615 - 184. J.A. Mackay; Improved internalization of liposomes modified with TAT
1630 - 185. K.S. Mayya; Polyelectrolyte functionalization of sub-10 nm nanoparticles
1700 - End of Session

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