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Novel tocotrienol-entrapping vesicles can eradicate solid tumors after intravenous administration

Fu, Ju Yen and Zhang, Wei and Blatchford, David and Tetley, Laurence and Mcconnell, Gail and Dufès, Christine (2011) Novel tocotrienol-entrapping vesicles can eradicate solid tumors after intravenous administration. In: 38th Annual Meeting of the Controlled Release Soceity, 2011-07-30 - 2011-08-03. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

The manuscript from J.Y. Fu, W. Zhang, D.R. Blatchford, L. Tetley, G. McConnell, C. Dufès, (Novel tocotrienol-entrapping vesicles can eradicate solid tumors after intravenous administration, in press in Journal of Controlled Release) was chosen as the manuscript to discuss at a workshop during the annual meeting of the Controlled Release Society in the USA (August 2011)