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The effect of solvent composition on vancomycin hydrochloride and free base vancomycin release from in situ forming implants

24-Jun-2016 | M. Darestani‐Farahani, E. Vasheghani‐Farahani, H. Mobedi, F. Ganji, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 2016

In situ forming drug delivery systems that are formed by solvent‐induced phase inversion have attracted extensive attention in sustained delivery of peptides and proteins. Based on the findings of our previous studies, N‐methyl‐2‐pyrrolidone (NMP) and acetone are two solvents that could improve ...

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Photo/pH dual‐responsive biocompatible poly(methacrylic acid)‐based particles for triggered drug delivery

24-Jun-2016 | Lili Yu, Ning Ren, Kuan Yang, Miao Zhang, Li Su, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2016

ABSTRACT A novel dual‐responsive (light and pH) particle based on poly(methacrylic acid), poly(methacrylic acid)–poly[1‐(2‐nitrophenyl)ethane‐1,2‐diyl bis(2‐methylacrylate)]was prepared with the facile method of two‐step homogeneous radical polymerization with methacrylic acid as the monomer ...

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Stem Cell Membrane‐Coated Nanogels for Highly Efficient In Vivo Tumor Targeted Drug Delivery

23-Jun-2016 | Changyong Gao, Zhihua Lin, Beatriz Jurado‐Sánchez, Xiankun Lin, Zhiguang Wu, Qiang He, Small, 2016

Stem cell membrane‐coated nanogels can effectively evade clearance of the immune system, enhance the tumor targeting properties and antitumor chemotherapy efficacy of gelatin nanogels loaded doxorubicin in mice.

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ChemInform Abstract: Clay Nanocomposites as Engineered Drug Delivery Systems

23-Jun-2016 | Maryam Jafarbeglou, Majid Abdouss, Ahmad Mousavi Shoushtari, Majid Jafarbeglou, ChemInform, 2016

Abstract Review: 116 refs.

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Fluorescent carbon dots derived from vancomycin for flutamide drug delivery and cell imaging

22-Jun-2016 | Stephanie L. D’souza; Balaji Deshmukh; Karuna A Rawat; Jigna Bhamore; Nibedita Lenka; Suresh Kumar Kailasa, New Journal of Chemistry, 2016

In this work, fluorescent carbon dots were prepared using vancomycin as a precursor via hydrothermal treatment. The synthesized fluorescent CDs are well dispersed in water and exhibited quantum yield of 6.47 %. Functionalization of anticancer drug flutamide on the surfaces of CDs endowed the ...

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Incorporation of Hydrophobic Dyes within Cellulose Acetate and Acetate Phthalate Based Nanoparticles

21-Jun-2016 | Peter Schulze, Martin Gericke, Friedrich Scholz, Holger Wondraczek, Peter Miethe, Thomas Heinze, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2016

Polysaccharide based nanoparticles (NP) have demonstrated a unique potential for biomedical and biotechnological applications. Various functionalities can be covalently linked to these NP, however, physical entrapment of functional compounds is still a highly desired approach, e.g., for drug ...

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Tetrazine Bioorthogonal Reaction: A Novel Scheme for Polymer and Biomaterials

21-Jun-2016 | Zhu, Hongyan; Wu, Haoxing; Wu, Min; Gong, Qiyong, Organic Chemistry, 2016

Abstract: Bioorthogonal reactions have been widely used on live-cell labeling, animal tissue imaging, drug delivery, and biomaterials in the recent ten years. Tetrazine bioorthogonal chemistry is not only orthogonal with biological system, other click chemistry and traditional polymer ...

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Photoinduced Controlled-Release Drug Delivery Systems for Applications in Nanomedicine

21-Jun-2016 | Yuan, Zhao; Zhang, Lu, Organic Chemistry, 2016

Abstract: The recent progress on controlled-release drug delivery systems with cyclodextrins as functional groups and their applications in nanomedicine are reviewed. As one of the most famous supramolecular host candidates, cyclodextrins with small guest molecules are extensively employed ...

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Integrin‐Targeting Knottin Peptide–Drug Conjugates Are Potent Inhibitors of Tumor Cell Proliferation

20-Jun-2016 | Nick Cox, James R. Kintzing, Mark Smith, Gerald A. Grant, Jennifer R. Cochran, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2016

A knottin miniprotein first isolated from the seeds of the squirting cucumber has been engineered to bind selectively to tumor‐associated integrin receptors. In their Communication (DOI: 10,1002/anie.201603488), N. Cox and co‐workers describe a knottin–gemcitabine conjugate that is over ...

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Comparison between two different click strategies to synthesize fluorescent nanogels for therapeutic applications

18-Jun-2016 | Author(s): Emanuele Mauri, Irene Moroni, Luca Magagnin, Maurizio Masi, Alessandro Sacchetti, Filippo Rossi, Reactive and Functional Polymers, 2016

Publication date: August 2016 Source:Reactive and Functional Polymers, Volume 105 Author(s): Emanuele Mauri, Irene Moroni, Luca Magagnin, Maurizio Masi, Alessandro Sacchetti, Filippo Rossi The development of nanogels as nanoscale multifunctional polymer-based matrices for ...

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