MOFs are a class of crystalline porous materials with a periodic network structure formed by self-assembly of inorganic metal centers (metal ions or metal clusters) and bridging organic ligands. Among them, Zr-MOFs synthesized with Zr as metal clusters are often used as gas adsorption separation, catalysis, sensors and desiccants, etc. Zr-MOF is considered to be an ideal candidate for drug delivery due to its diverse structures, large specific surface area and easy access, uniform and adjustable pore size, and outstanding stability.
CD Bioparticles manufactures and supplies zirconium-based MOFs for the research of drug delivery. Contact us to find out how the zirconium-based MOFs can help your work.