Biopolymers & Synthetic Polymers


CD Bioparticles’ products with customized delivery strategies, precise designs and modifications of drugs or drug-contained cargos, and advanced technical platforms can help you to solve:

The challenges you might meet:

  • Tedious chemical synthesis, formulation, and purifications
  • Lack of functional groups for further modification/conjugation/crosslinking
  • Lack of cell-specific or tissue-specific targeting for nanomedicines
  • Hard to track and image the distribution of the polymer based (nano-)materials
  • Limited drug-loading efficiency and yield of your drug delivery materials
  • Strong immune response or foreign body response of your materials
  • Fast clearance of your drug cargos
  • Uncontrollable drug delivery profile

Key features:

  • Monomers
  • PEG Conjugations
    • Lipid PEGs
    • 8-Arm PEGs
    • 4-Arm PEGs
    • 2-Arm PEGs
    • Y-Shaped PEGs
    • Trifunctional PEGs
    • Monodispersed Linear PEGs
    • Monofunctional Linear PEGs
    • Homobifunctional Linear PEGs
    • Heterobifunctional Linear PEGs
  • Fluorescent Polymers
    • Fluorescent Dextrans
    • Fluorescent Heparins
    • Fluorescent Chitosans
    • Fluorescent Alginates
    • Fluorescent Lipid PEGs
    • Fluorescent Celluloses
    • Fluorescent Polylactides
    • Fluorescent Hyaluronic Acids
    • Fluorescent Triblock Copolymers
    • Fluorescent Chondroitin Sulfates
    • Fluorescent AB Diblock Copolymers
    • Fluorescent Monodispersed Linear PEGs
    • Fluorescent Oligomeric Hyaluronic Acids
    • Fluorescent Poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid)s
    • Fluorescent Heterobifunctional Linear PEGs
  • Biodegradable Polymers
    • Ficolls
    • Dextrans
    • Heparins
    • Chitosans
    • Alginates
    • Celluloses
    • Polylactides
    • Other Polymers
    • Poly(glycolide)s
    • Hyaluronic Acids
    • Poly(caprolactone)s
    • Chondroitin Sulfates
    • Oligomeric Hyaluronic Acids
    • Poly(Lactide-co-caprolactone)s
    • Poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid)s
    • Poly(glycolide-co-caprolactone)s
    • Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) Copolymers
    • Poly(lactide-co-trimethylene carbonate)s
  • Block Copolymer Micelles
    • Triblock Copolymers
    • AB Diblock Copolymers
  • Dendrimers
    • Azide Dendrimers
    • Hydroxyl Dendrimers
    • Carboxyl Dendrimers
    • Acetylene Dendrimers
    • NHBoc Dendrimers
    • Ammonium Dendrimers
    • RAFT Dendrimers

Key benefits:

  • Wide coverage of functional groups/targeting ligands/labels of polymers used for loading, modifications, specific targeting, tracking, and detecting
  • Various of density of the functional groups or different chemical geometries useful for fabricating biomaterials with controllable functionalities and other physical/chemical properties, such as mechanical properties for the crosslinkers
  • Improved biocompatibility, activity and, functionality performances of polymers
  • Enable drug-delivery cargos with controllable delivery profile
  • From non-GMP small laboratory scale, to commercial scale in GMP and non-GMP grade

Application candidates:

  • Control formulations for many different types of drug encapsulated polymer formulations
  • Multi-modified/labeled nanomaterials for loading, specific targeting, tracking, and detecting
  • Biocompatible nanomaterials and bulk material fabrications
  • Biomedical applications as tissue engineering, pharmaceutical carriers, and medical devices
  • Antibacterial applications
  • Packaging materials with biobased films and containers in food industry

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