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Measuring Binding Kinetics of Antibody‐Conjugated Gold Nanoparticles with Intact Cells

11-Apr-2015 | Linliang Yin, Yunze Yang, Shaopeng Wang, Wei Wang, Shengtao Zhang, Nongjian Tao, Small, 2015

Antibody‐conjugated nanomaterials have attracted much attention because of their applications in nanomedicine and nanotheranostics, and amplification of detection signals. For many of these applications, the nanoconjugates must bind with a cell membrane receptor (antigen) specifically before ...


Design and optimization of alginate−chitosan−pluronic nanoparticles as a novel meloxicam drug delivery system

09-Apr-2015 | Shohreh Fattahpour, Morteza Shamanian, Naser Tavakoli, Mohammadhossein Fathi, Saeid Reza Sheykhi, Shirin Fattahpour, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015

ABSTRACT The inflammation and pain associated with osteoarthritis are treated with nonsteroidal anti‐inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). This treatment is accompanied by several side effects; therefore local intra articular (IA) NSAID injection can be more efficient and safe than systemic ...


IJMS, Vol. 16, Pages 7960-7975: Synthesis of Spongy-Like Mesoporous Hydroxyapatite from Raw Waste Eggshells for Enhanced Dissolution of Ibuprofen Loaded via Supercritical CO2

09-Apr-2015 | Ibrahim, Abdul-Rauf ; Li, Xiangyun ; Zhou, Yulan ; Huang, Yan ; Chen, Wenwen ; Wang, Hongtao ; Li, Jun, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2015

The use of cheaper and recyclable biomaterials (like eggshells) to synthesize high purity hydroxyapatite (HAp) with better properties (small particle size, large surface area and pore volume) for applications (in environmental remediation, bone augmentation and replacement, and drug delivery ...


Theranostics: Engineering Gold Nanotubes with Controlled Length and Near‐Infrared Absorption for Theranostic Applications (Adv. Funct. Mater. 14/2015)

07-Apr-2015 | Sunjie Ye, Gemma Marston, James R. McLaughlan, Daniel O. Sigle, Nicola Ingram, Steven Freear, Jeremy J. Baumberg, Ri ..., Advanced Functional Materials, 2015

S. D. Evans and colleagues develop a route for synthesizing gold nanotubes with controlled length and tunable absorption in the near‐infrared region. The work on page 2117 represents the first in vitro and in vivo study of gold nanotubes and demonstrates their effectiveness as novel agents for ...


Carbohydrate crosslinked biocompatible polyurethanes: Synthesis, characterization, and drug delivery studies

01-Apr-2015 | Archana Ritesh Solanki, Bolavinayak V. Kamath, Sonal Thakore, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015

ABSTRACT A series of novel polyurethanes (PUs) with carbohydrate crosslinkers was synthesized. The drug loading and release kinetics were studied by using lamotrigine as a model drug. The polymers were designed in such a way that the drug release was tailored by differences in the ...


A strategy for improving peroxidase stability via immobilization on surface modified multi‐walled carbon nanotubes

01-Apr-2015 | Renato M. Azevedo, João B. Costa, Philippe Serp, José M. Loureiro, Joaquim L. Faria, Cláudia G. Silva, Ana P. M. Tavares, Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 2015

Abstract BACKGROUND Due to their exceptional mechanical, electrical and chemical properties, carbon nanotubes (CNT) have been used in nanotechnology field to create new nanostructures. Consequently, there is an increasing interest in understanding and controlling the interactions of this ...


Physical Chemistry of Nanomedicine: Understanding the Complex Behaviors of Nanoparticles in Vivo

01-Apr-2015 | Lucas A. Lane; Ximei Qian; Andrew M. Smith; Shuming Nie, Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, 2015

Nanomedicine is an interdisciplinary field of research at the interface of science, engineering, and medicine, with broad clinical applications ranging from molecular imaging to medical diagnostics, targeted therapy, and image-guided surgery. Despite major advances during the past 20 years, there ...


pH‐Sensitive Gold Nanorods with a Mesoporous Silica Shell for Drug Release and Photothermal Therapy

30-Mar-2015 | Ting Zhang, Zeyang Ding, Huiming Lin, Liru Cui, Chunyu Yang, Xin Li, Hao Niu, Na An, Ruihan Tong, Fengyu Qu, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 2015

Abstract A pH‐sensitive nanocarrier has been developed for the controlled intracellular release of drugs. The nanocarrier, which is approximately 75 nm in size, is composed of a gold nanorod (GNR) core and mesoporous silica shell (GNR@mSiO2) and shows good stability and biocompatibility, and ...


An Overview of Self‐Assembly and Morphological Regulation of Amphiphilic DNA Organic Hybrids

30-Mar-2015 | Fen Wu, Yiyang Zhang, Zhongqiang Yang, Chinese Journal of Chemistry, 2015

Abstract In this review, we summarized the assembly behavior of DNA organic hybrids and listed reported strategies of tuning the morphology of assemblies. The self‐assembly and morphological regulation of DNA organic hybrids provide an effective way to construct functional nanostructures with ...


Mussel‐Inspired Electrospun Smart Magnetic Nanofibers for Hyperthermic Chemotherapy

30-Mar-2015 | Amin GhavamiNejad, Arathyram Ramachandra Kurup Sasikala, Afeesh Rajan Unnithan, Reju George Thomas, Yong Yeon Jeong, ..., Advanced Functional Materials, 2015

A method for the versatile synthesis of novel, mussel‐inspired, electrospun nanofibers with catechol moieties is reported. These mussel‐inspired nanofibers are used to bind iron oxide nanoparticles (IONPs) and the borate‐containing anticancer drug Bortezomib (BTZ) through a catechol metal ...


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