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Synthesis of biodegradable multi-block copolymers of poly(-lysine) and poly(ethylene glycol) as a non-viral gene carrier



Synthesis of biodegradable multi-block copolymers of poly(-lysine) and poly(ethylene glycol) as a non-viral gene carrier



Journal of Controlled Release 97(3): 567-574




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DOI: 10.1016/s0168-3659(04)00170-1


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