Ultrahigh drug-loading capacity and the linear relationship between the cumulative amount of released drug and the natural logarithm of release time were discovered for the hierachically nanostructured mesoporous spheres of calcium silicate hydrate (CSH) obtained by a surfactant-free sonochemical method (see figure). During the release of loaded ibuprofen in simulated body fluid, CSH gradually transformed to hydroxyapatite.
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