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Microencapsulation of Indocyanine Green for potential applications in image-guided drug delivery

26-11-2014 | Zhiqiang Zhu; Ting Si; Ronald Xu, Lab on a Chip, 2014

We present a novel process to encapsulate Indocyanine Green (ICG) in liposomal droplets at high concentration for potential applications in image-guided drug delivery. The microencapsulation process follows two consecutive steps of droplet formation by liquid-driving coaxial flow focusing (LDCFF) ...


Electrosprayed nanoparticles and electrospun nanofibers based on natural materials: applications in tissue regeneration, drug delivery and pharmaceuticals

25-11-2014 | Radhakrishnan Sridhar; Rajamani Lakshminarayanan; Kalaipriya Madhaiyan; Veluchamy Amutha Barathi; Keith Hsiu Chin Li ..., Chemical Society Reviews, 2014

Nanotechnology refers to the fabrication, characterization, and application of substances in nanometer scale dimensions for various ends. The influence of nanotechnology on the healthcare industry is substantial, particularly in the areas of disease diagnosis and treatment. Recent investigations ...


Wireless implantable chip with integrated Nitinol-based pump for radio-controlled local drug delivery

25-11-2014 | Jeffrey Fong; Zhiming Xiao; Kenichi Takahata, Lab on a Chip, 2014

We demonstrate an active, implantable drug delivery device embedded with a microfluidic pump that is driven by a radio-controlled actuator for temporal drug delivery. The polyimide-packaged 10×10×2 mm3 chip contains a micromachined pump chamber and check valves of Parylene C to force the release ...


Packing and mobility of hydrocarbon chains in phospholipid lyotropic liquid crystalline lamellar phases and liposomes: characterisation by positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy (PALS)

25-11-2014 | Aurelia W. Dong; Celesta Fong; Lynne J. Waddington; Anita J. Hill; Ben J. Boyd; Calum J. Drummond, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014

Lipid lamellar mesophases and their colloidal dispersions (liposomes) are increasingly being deployed in vivo as drug delivery vehicles, and also as models of biological membranes in fundamental biophysics studies. The permeability and diffusion of small molecules such as drugs is accommodated by ...


Control and utilization of ruthenium and rhodium metal complex excited states for photoactivated cancer therapy

23-11-2014 | Author(s): Jessica D. Knoll , Claudia Turro, Coordination Chemistry Reviews, 2014

Publication date: 1 January 2015 Source:Coordination Chemistry Reviews, Volumes 282–283 Author(s): Jessica D. Knoll , Claudia Turro The use of visible light to produce highly selective and potent drugs through photodynamic therapy (PDT) holds much potential in the treatment of cancer. PDT ...


Glycopolymer Polyelectrolyte Multilayers Composed of Heparin and Maltose‐Modified Poly(ethylene imine) as a Strong/Weak Polyelectrolyte System for Future Drug Delivery Coatings: Influence of pH and Sugar Architecture on Growth of Multilayers and Multilayer Swelling and Stability

22-11-2014 | Samaa Salem, Martin Müller, Bernhard Torger, Andreas Janke, Klaus‐Jochen Eichhorn, Brigitte Voit, Dietmar Appelhans, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2014

Establishing highly sophisticated polymer films for delivery systems in a biological environment and bioanalytical tasks, the formation, thickness, swelling behavior, and (physiological) stability of highly biocompatible polyelectrolyte multilayers (PEMs) are described. These PEMs are composed ...


Synthesis of Multifunctional Fe3O4@mSiO2@Au Core–Shell Nanocomposites for pH‐Responsive Drug Delivery

21-11-2014 | Liru Cui, Huiming Lin, Chunyu Yang, Xiao Han, Ting Zhang, Fengyu Qu, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 2014

Abstract A multifunctional nanocomposite has been successfully prepared for pH‐responsive and magnetic‐targeting drug delivery. First, Fe3O4@mesoporous silic (mSiO2) core–shell nanoparticles were synthesized as the nanocapsules. Doxorubicin hydrochloride was adopted as the model drug; after ...


Anomalous diffusion of Ibuprofen in cyclodextrin nanosponge hydrogels: an HRMAS NMR study

19-11-2014 | Monica Ferro, Franca Castiglione, Carlo Punta, Lucio Melone, Walter Panzeri, Barbara Rossi, Francesco Trotta and And ..., Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2014

Abstract Ibuprofen sodium salt (IP) was encapsulated in cyclodextrin nanosponges (CDNS) obtained by cross-linking of β-cyclodextrin with ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid dianhydride (EDTAn) in two different preparations: CDNSEDTA 1:4 and 1:8, where the 1:n notation indicates the CD to EDTAn ...


Cancer Drug Delivery: Considerations in the Rational Design of Nanosized Bioconjugates

19-11-2014 | Hisataka Kobayashi; Baris Turkbey; Rira Watanabe; Peter L. Choyke, Bioconjugate Chemistry, 2014

In order to efficiently deliver anticancer agents to tumors, biocompatible nanoparticles or bioconjugates, including antibody–drug conjugates (ADCs), have recently been designed, synthesized, and tested, some even in clinical trials. Controlled delivery can be enhanced by changing specific design ...


Carbohydrate mediated drug delivery: Synthesis and characterization of new lipid-conjugates

16-11-2014 | Author(s): Moghis U. Ahmad , Shoukath M. Ali , Ateeq Ahmad , Saifuddin Sheikh , Paul Chen , Imran Ahmad, Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, 2014

Publication date: Available online 12 November 2014 Source:Chemistry and Physics of Lipids Author(s): Moghis U. Ahmad , Shoukath M. Ali , Ateeq Ahmad , Saifuddin Sheikh , Paul Chen , Imran Ahmad A new synthetic methodology for cationic glycolipids using ...


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