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Synthesis of silica–polymer core–shell nanoparticles by reversible addition–fragmentation chain transfer polymerization

18-09-2013 | John Moraes; Kohji Ohno; Thomas Maschmeyer; Sébastien Perrier, Chemical Communication, 2013

Hybrid nanoparticles hold great promise for a range of applications such as drug-delivery vectors or colloidal crystal self-assemblies. The challenge of preparing highly monodisperse particles for these applications has recently been overcome by using living radical polymerization techniques. In ...


Modeling crawling cell movement on soft engineered substrates

17-09-2013 | Igor S Aranson; Jakob Löber; Falko Ziebert, Soft Matter, 2013

Self-propelled motion, emerging spontaneously or in response to external cues, is a hallmark of living organisms. Systems of self-propelled synthetic particles are also relevant for multiple applications, from targeted drug delivery to the design of self-healing materials. Self-propulsion relies ...


Scalable Manufacture of Built‐to‐Order Nanomedicine: Spray‐Assisted Layer‐by‐Layer Functionalization of PRINT Nanoparticles (Adv. Mater. 34/2013)

09-09-2013 | Stephen W. Morton, Kevin P. Herlihy, Kevin E. Shopsowitz, Zhou J. Deng, Kevin S. Chu, Charles J. Bowerman, Joseph M. ..., Advanced Materials, 2013

Scalable methods, PRINT particle fabrication, and spray‐assisted layer‐by‐layer deposition, are combined by Paula Hammond, Joseph DeSimone and co‐workers on page 4707 to generate uniform and functional nanotechnologies with precise control over composition, size, shape, and surface ...


Synthesis, Characterization, and Solubility in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide of Hyperbranched Copolyesters

09-09-2013 | Jacek Gregorowicz; Edyta P. Wawrzyńska; Paweł G. Parzuchowski; Zbigniew Fraś; Gabriel Rokicki; Kamil Wojciechowski; ..., Macromolecules, 2013

Hyperbranched polymers (HBPs) have been known and extensively investigated for over two decades. However, there are still areas that need to be explored. Recently, much effort has been placed in developing drug delivery systems based on macromolecules of three-dimensional structure. This paper ...


Materials, Vol. 6, Pages 3840-3942: Calcium Orthophosphate-Based Bioceramics

06-09-2013 | Dorozhkin, Sergey V., Materials, 2013

Various types of grafts have been traditionally used to restore damaged bones. In the late 1960s, a strong interest was raised in studying ceramics as potential bone grafts due to their biomechanical properties. A bit later, such synthetic biomaterials were called bioceramics. In principle, ...


IJMS, Vol. 14, Pages 18269-18283: Magnetic Nanosystem for Cancer Therapy Using Oncocalyxone A, an Antitomour Secondary Metabolite Isolated from a Brazilian Plant

05-09-2013 | Barreto, Antônio C. H.; Santiago, Vivian R.; Freire, Rafael M.; Mazzetto, Selma E.; Denardin, Juliano C.; Mele, Gius ..., International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2013

This paper describes the investigation and development of a novel magnetic drug delivery nanosystem (labeled as MO-20) for cancer therapy. The drug employed was oncocalyxone A (onco A), which was isolated from Auxemma oncocalyx, an endemic Brazilian plant. It has a series of pharmacological ...


Hydrothermal synthesis of hydroxyapatite nanorods and nanowires using riboflavin-5[prime or minute]-phosphate monosodium salt as a new phosphorus source and their application in protein adsorption

04-09-2013 | Xin-Yu Zhao; Ying-Jie Zhu; Feng Chen; Bing-Qiang Lu; Chao Qi; Jing Zhao; Jin Wu, CrystEngComm, 2013

Hydroxyapatite (HA), as the main inorganic constituent in vertebrate hard tissues, is an important biomaterial for the application in drug delivery and protein adsorption. Herein, we report a simple and green hydrothermal synthesis of HA nanorods and nanowires by using the biocompatible ...


Soy flour Nanoparticles for Controlled Drug Delivery: Effect of Crosslinker and Montmorillonite (MMT)

04-09-2013 | Tarun Maji; Nibedita Banik; Murshid Iman; Anowar Hussain; Anand Ramteke; Ratan Boruah, New Journal of Chemistry, 2013

Soy flour (SF)-Montmorillonite (MMT) nanoparticles crosslinked with glutaraldehyde (GA) have been made and used as a carrier for Isoniazid. The nanoparticles have been characterized by Fourier Transmission Infra-red Spectroscopy (FTIR), X-ray diffractometry (XRD), Scanning electron microscopy ...


Enhanced Cellular Uptake of Peptide-Targeted Nanoparticles through Increased Peptide Hydrophilicity and Optimized Ethylene Glycol Peptide-Linker Length

04-09-2013 | Jared F. Stefanick; Jonathan D. Ashley; Basar Bilgicer, ACS Nano, 2013

Ligand-targeted nanoparticles are emerging drug delivery vehicles for cancer therapy. Here, we demonstrate that the cellular uptake of peptide-targeted liposomes and micelles can be significantly enhanced by increasing the hydrophilicity of the targeting peptide sequence while simultaneously ...


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