Guidelines: Safe-by-design for medicinal polymeric nanocarriers

novel guideline document elaborated by the EU-consortium GoNanoBioMat and presented at the final dissemination event. The GoNanoBioMat framework is designed to elaborate current knowledge to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), their suppliers, service providers and research institutes at the interface of nanomaterials and nanomedicine. The  Swiss partners in the consortium were funded by Innosuisse.

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