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3,011 Newest Publications about the topic drug deliveryrss
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30-Aug-2016 | Xiaofeng Sun; Qinghong Zhang; Keyang Yin; Shengju Zhou; Hongguang Li, Chemical Communication, 2016
We show for the first time that stable fluorescent vesicles can be constructed by mixing oppositely-charged carbon quantum dots (CQDs) and simple surfactants in water, which can be potentially used as a new generation of biomarkers and drug delivery vehicles.
26-Aug-2016 | Alexis C. Wong, David W. Wright, Small, 2016
The extensive use of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) in nanomedicine, especially for intracellular imaging, photothermal therapy, and drug delivery, has necessitated the study of how functionalized AuNPs engage with living biological interfaces like the mammalian cell. Nanoparticle size, shape, ...
26-Aug-2016 | Xueqin Liu; James Iocozzia; Yang Wang; Xun Cui; Yihuang Chen; Shiqiang Zhao; Zhen Li; Zhiqun Lin, Energy & Environmental Science, 2016
The controlled synthesis of nanohybrids composed of noble metals (Au, Ag, Pt and Pd, as well as AuAg alloy) and metal oxides (ZnO, TiO2, Cu2O and CeO2) have received considerable attention for applications in photocatalysis, solar cells, drug delivery, surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy and many ...
26-Aug-2016 | Mingyu Gou; shengnan li; lingyu zhang; Lu Li; chungang wang; Zhong-Min Su, Chemical Communication, 2016
A facile one-pot synthetic strategy was explored to synthesize carbon/calcium phosphate/Fe3O4 composite nanoparticles (carbon/CaP/Fe3O4 composite NPs). Taking advantage of the unique structure including mesoporous, small CaP and Fe3O4 subunits homogeneously distributed in a carbon matrix, ...
24-Aug-2016 | Xing Guo, Lin Wang, Xiao Wei, Shaobing Zhou, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2016
ABSTRACT This review is focused on the chemical design and synthesis of polymer‐based drug delivery systems, in particular with stimuli‐responsive nanoplatforms for cancer treatment. We provide a brief description of the properties, synthesis and advantages of amphiphilic block copolymers, ...
24-Aug-2016 | Swapna Bera; Rajiv K. Kar; Susanta Mondal; Kalipada Pahan; Anirban Bhunia, Biochemistry, 2016
Cell-penetrating peptides (CPPs) have shown promise in nonpermeable therapeutic drug delivery, because of their ability to transport a variety of cargo molecules across the cell membranes and their noncytotoxicity. Drosophila antennapedia homeodomain-derived CPP penetratin (RQIKIWFQNRRMKWKK), ...
24-Aug-2016 | Heng Liu; Yike Fu; Yangyang Li; Zhaohui Ren; Xiang Li; Gaorong Han; Chuanbin Mao, Langmuir, 2016
Implantable localized drug delivery systems (LDDSs) with intelligent functionalities have emerged as a powerful chemotherapeutic platform in curing cancer. Developing LDDSs with rationally controlled drug release and real-time monitoring functionalities holds promise for personalized therapeutic ...
22-Aug-2016 | dos Santos Ramos, Matheus Aparecido; de Toledo, Luciani Gaspar; Calixto, Giovana Maria Fioramonti; Bonifácio, Bruna ..., International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2016
Herbal-loaded drug delivery nanotechnological systems have been extensively studied recently. The antimicrobial activity of medicinal plants has shown better pharmacological action when such plants are loaded into a drug delivery system than when they are not loaded. Syngonanthus nitens Bong. ...
20-Aug-2016 | Pamela T. Wong; Shengzhuang Tang; Jhindan Mukherjee; Kenny Tang; Kristina Gam; Danielle Isham; Claire Murat; Rachel ..., Chemical Communication, 2016
We report an active delivery mechanism targeted specifically to Gram(−) bacteria based on the photochemical release of photocaged ciprofloxacin carried by a cell wall-targeted dendrimer nanoconjugate.
20-Aug-2016 | Martin Rother; Martin G. Nussbaumer; Kasper Renggli; Nico Bruns, Chemical Society Reviews, 2016
Protein cages are hollow protein nanoparticles, such as viral capsids, virus-like particles, ferritin, heat-shock proteins and chaperonins. They have well-defined capsule-like structures with a monodisperse size. Their protein subunits can be modified by genetic engineering at predetermined ...