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Synthesis and Applications of Glyconanoparticles

04-May-2016 | Liu, Baoyong; Lu, Xiaowei; Ruan, Hong; Cui, Jiwei; Li, Hongguang, Organic Chemistry, 2016

Abstract: Glyconanoparticles are the subject of numerous literatures and are emerging for applications in biomedicine, glycoscience, and material science due to their unique properties. They are hybrid materials each of which contains a nanoparticle core surrounded by a carbohydrate shell. ...


Near-Infrared-light responsive nanoscale drug delivery systems for cancer treatment

01-May-2016 | Author(s): Guangbao Yang, Jingjing Liu, Yifan Wu, Liangzhu Feng, Zhuang Liu, Coordination Chemistry Reviews, 2016

Publication date: Available online 29 April 2016 Source:Coordination Chemistry Reviews Author(s): Guangbao Yang, Jingjing Liu, Yifan Wu, Liangzhu Feng, Zhuang Liu Owning to its excellent tissue penetration capacity, near-infrared (NIR)-light has attracted intensive research ...


Molecules, Vol. 21, Pages 577: New Aspects in the Formulation of Drugs Based on Three Case Studies

30-Apr-2016 | Frohberg, Patrick ; Nguyen, Thi Nhat Phuong; Ulrich, Joachim, Molecules, 2016

The improvement of pharmaceutical dosage forms, such as tablets, towards drug delivery control and cost efficiency is of great importance in formulation technologies. Here, three examples: in situ coating, freeze casting and protein-based biocomposites are presented that address the above ...


Square Wave Voltammetry: An Alternative Technique to Determinate Piroxicam Release Profile from Nanostructured Lipid Carriers

29-Apr-2016 | Jessica Otarola, Mariano Garrido, Mariano Correa, Patricia G. Molina, ChemPhysChem, 2016

A new, simple and fast electrochemical method has been developed to determine the release profile of piroxicam, a nonsteroidal anti‐inflammatory drug, loaded in a drug delivery system based on nanostructured lipid carriers (NLCs). For the first time, the samples were analyzed by square wave ...


Responsive Biomaterials: Advances in Materials Based on Shape‐Memory Polymers

27-Apr-2016 | John G. Hardy, Matteo Palma, Shalom J. Wind, Manus J. Biggs, Advanced Materials, 2016

Shape‐memory polymers (SMPs) are morphologically responsive materials with potential for a variety of biomedical applications, particularly as devices for minimally invasive surgery and the delivery of therapeutics and cells for tissue engineering. A brief introduction to SMPs is followed by a ...


pH‐Sensitive Polymeric Nanoparticles Modulate Autophagic Effect via Lysosome Impairment

27-Apr-2016 | Yao‐Xin Lin, Yi Wang, Sheng‐Lin Qiao, Hong‐Wei An, Ruo‐Xin Zhang, Zeng‐Ying Qiao, R. P. Y. J. Rajapaksha, Lei Wang, ..., Small, 2016

In drug delivery systems, pH‐sensitive polymers are commonly used as drug carriers, and significant efforts have been devoted to the aspects of controlled delivery and release of drugs. However, few studies address the possible autophagic effects on cells. Here, for the first time, using a ...


ChemInform Abstract: Self‐Assembled DNA Nanostructures for Drug Delivery

27-Apr-2016 | Ruokun Jia, Ting Wang, Qiao Jiang, Zhengang Wang, Chen Song, Baoquan Ding, ChemInform, 2016

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Analysis of argentinated peptide complexes using matrix‐assisted laser desorption/ionization time‐of‐flight mass spectrometry: Peptide = oxytocin, arg8‐vasopressin, bradykinin, bombesin, somatostatin, neurotensin

27-Apr-2016 | Shyam L. Gupta, Vikas Dhiman, T. Jayasekharan, N. K. Sahoo, Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 2016

Rationale The increased use of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) for various biological applications, and over‐expression of various peptide receptors in different tumors/cancer cells, necessitate the need for dedicated investigations on the intrinsic binding ability of Ag with various biologically ...


Proof of concept for inhibiting metastasis: circulating tumor cell-triggered localized release of anticancer agent via a structure-switching aptamer

27-Apr-2016 | Nandi Chen; Xiaohai Yang; Qing Wang; Lixin Jian; Hui Shi; Shiya Qin; Kemin Wang; Jin Huang; Wenjing Liu, Chemical Communication, 2016

Existing drug delivery systems were not suitable for killing cells in circulting system specifically. Herein, we developed a novel localized drug delivery strategy, in which the release of anticancer agent was specifically triggered by circulating tumor cells. Meanwhile, the damage to nontarget ...


Glucose-sensitive polymer nanoparticles for self-regulated drug delivery

26-Apr-2016 | Li Zhao; Chunsheng Xiao; Liyan Wang; Guangqing Gai; Jianxun Ding, Chemical Communication, 2016

The glucose-sensitive drug delivery systems, which can continuously and automatically regulate drug release by the concentration of glucose, have attracted much interest in recent years. The self-regulated drug delivery platforms have potential application in diabetes treatment to reduce the ...


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