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2021

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Marianna Porcino, Xue Li, Ruxandra Gref, Charlotte Martineau-Corcos, 'Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy: A Key Tool to Unravel the Supramolecular Structure of Drug Delivery Systems', Molecules 26 (2021) doi:10.3390/molecules26144142

In the past decades, nanosized drug delivery systems (DDS) have been extensively developed and studied as a promising way to improve the performance of a drug and reduce its undesirable side effects. DDSs are usually very complex supramolecular assemblies made of a core that contains the active substance(s) and ensures a controlled release, which is surrounded by a corona that stabilizes the particles and ensures the delivery to the targeted cells. To optimize the design of engineered DDSs, it is essential to gain a comprehensive understanding of these core–shell assemblies at the atomic level. In this review, we illustrate how solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (ssNMR) spectroscopy has become an essential tool in DDS design.