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This authoritative reference provides a detailed study of the most up-to-date developments in artificial cells, cell engineering, and cell therapy. Broken down into four sections, the book covers the design, engineering, and uses of artificial cells and assesses the clinical relevance of artificial cells and cell engineering. Highlights include liposomes, nanocapsules, stem cell engineering for therapy, cell therapy approaches for spinal cord injury, treatment of cancer, insulin delivery, and pharmaceutical and industry to name just a few. This is a highly dynamic sector with growing interest in the use of engineered cells in controlled release of active drugs and other therapeutic agents.
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Suprakash Chaki is a Bengali singer, who also sings modern songs, including ‘Eshona nutan jagot gori’, ‘Alo-aandharer shathei’, ‘Tomar o chokhhe’ and ‘Akash jakhon natun ronge shaaje’.
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