Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine Companies
Showing results 21 - 32 of 32 for companies in category Delivery in USA:
NanoMedical Systems (NMS) is a startup company, which will commercialize the patented research of Dr. Mauro Ferrari at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, a sponsored research site and a source of licensed IP for NMS. The company's Personalized Molecular Drug-delivery System (PMDS) is a small drug delivery device that is implanted subcutaneously (just under the skin) for slow and consistent release of a therapeutic agent over many weeks or months. A nanochannel delivery system (nDS) embodied on a silicon chip regulates the flow of therapeutic molecules.
Develops a therapeutic medical device which incorporates a new class of microparticles/nano-shells to selectively destroy solid tumors.
Uses nanotechnology to create novel drug delivery systems.
An early stage therapeutic drug company, NanoVector Inc. is commercializing a patent pending nanoparticle drug delivery system developed at North Carolina State University. The NanoVector nanoparticle is a plant virus. Central to our technology, this virus, which has evolved over millions of years, has several inherent characteristics essential for a successful nanoparticle delivery system and superior to any designed and engineered by humans.
A nanobio-pharmaceutical company utilizing nanoscale materials and processes to develop anti-viral drugs against a wide range range of human and animal viruses.
PDS Biotechnology Corporation is a biopharmaceutical company applying the company's platform Versamune nanotechnology to a new class of safe, simple, potent and targeted immunotherapies for the treatment of cancer and infectious diseases.
Develops a Protected Graft Copolymer (PGC™) nano-carrier drug delivery system.
The company is specialized in developing cutting-edge nanoparticle technologies for the development of targeted drug delivery systems.
PolyRemedy, Inc. manufactures robotic systems for the fabrication of nano-material based wound dressings at the point-of-care, allowing wound care clinicians to deliver easily and cost-effectively customized wound care on-demand for each patient's unique wound.
Rexahn and the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) Center for Nanomedicine & Cellular Delivery (CNCD), are jointly pursuing the development of water-soluble nano-polymers for targeted delivery of anticancer drugs.
Savara is is an inhalation drug development company developing next generation respiratory therapeutics utilizing its proprietary NanoCluster dry-powder formulation technology.
Tempo is focused on significantly improving the efficacy and safety profile of existing and new drugs employing advances in nanotechnology. The Company utilizes its proprietary Nanocell™ technology to develop multi-compartmental, nanoparticle-based therapeutics in which two drugs with varied release rates are packaged within a single nanoparticle.