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pH-Sensitive graphene oxide conjugate Purpurin-18 methyl ester photosensitizer nanocomplex in photodynamic therapy

03-Jul-2018 | Ying Zhang; hongyue Zhang; Zhiqiang Wang; Yingxue Jin, New Journal of Chemistry, 2018

Graphene oxide (GO) has been widely recognized as a good drug delivery vector due to its special properties and biocompatibility. Herein, a promising chlorophyll-a derivative photosensitizer, purpurin-18 methyl ester (Pu18) was introduced onto the surface of GO to investigate the drug loading and ...

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Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 2101: Smart Optical Catheters for Epidurals

30-Jun-2018 | Carotenuto, Benito ; Ricciardi, Armando ; Micco, Alberto ; Amorizzo, Ezio ; Mercieri, Marco ; Cutolo, Antonello ; Cu ..., Sensors, 2018

Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 2101: Smart Optical Catheters for Epidurals Sensors doi: 10.3390/s18072101 Authors: Benito Carotenuto Armando Ricciardi Alberto Micco Ezio Amorizzo Marco Mercieri Antonello Cutolo Andrea Cusano Placing the needle inside the epidural space for ...

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Bright quantum dots emitting at ~1,600 nm in the NIR-IIb window for deep tissue fluorescence imaging [Chemistry]

26-Jun-2018 | Mingxi Zhang; Jingying Yue; Ran Cui; Zhuoran Ma; Hao Wan; Feifei Wang; Shoujun Zhu; Ying Zhou; Yun Kuang; Yeteng Zho ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2018

In vivo fluorescence imaging in near IR-IIb window (1,500–1,700 nm) can provide high spatial and temporal resolution and deep tissue penetration for fundamental research and potential translations. Herein, a bright fluorescent probe emitting at ∼1,600 nm based on lead sulfide (PbS)/CdS quantum ...

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Water-soluble fluorescent unimolecular micelles: ultra-small size, tunable fluorescence emission from the visible to NIR region and enhanced biocompatibility for in vitro and in vivo bioimaging

20-Jun-2018 | Xiaoqian Ma; Xiaoxiao Shi; Shuang Bai; Jianjian Zhang; Meili Hou; Tian Zhang; Bao-sheng Li; Peng Xue; Yuejun Kang; Z ..., Chemical Communication, 2018

Fluorescent unimolecular micelles (FUMs) with multicolor emission acting as fluorescent nanoagents for optical fluorescence imaging have, for the first time, been reported. The FUMs show good water-solubility, ultra-small size, and enhanced biocompatibility, which endow the FUMs with versatile ...

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IJMS, Vol. 19, Pages 1795: Shining Light on Chitosan: A Review on the Usage of Chitosan for Photonics and Nanomaterials Research

17-Jun-2018 | Marpu, Sreekar B.; Benton, Erin N., International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2018

IJMS, Vol. 19, Pages 1795: Shining Light on Chitosan: A Review on the Usage of Chitosan for Photonics and Nanomaterials Research International Journal of Molecular Sciences doi: 10.3390/ijms19061795 Authors: Sreekar B. Marpu Erin N. Benton Chitosan (CS) is a natural polymer ...

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Xerogel modified diatomaceous earth microparticles for controlled drug release studies

12-Jun-2018 | Uthappa UT; Sriram G; Varsha Brahmkhatri; Madhuprasad Kigga; Ho-Young Jung; Tariq Altalhi; Gururaj M Neelgund; Maha ..., New Journal of Chemistry, 2018

Naturally available diatomaceous earth (DE) microparticles are one of the ideal candidates for drug delivery due to their excellent features like biocompatibility, non-toxicity, porosity, high surface area and ease of surface modification. On the other hand, they have some limitations especially ...

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Synthesis of lipid–black phosphorus quantum dot bilayer vesicles for near-infrared-controlled drug release

12-Jun-2018 | Shengyong Geng; Lie Wu; Haodong Cui; Wenyong Tan; Tianfeng Chen; Paul K. Chu; Xue-Feng Yu, Chemical Communication, 2018

Black phosphorus quantum dots are incorporated into liposomal bilayers to produce a drug delivery system with excellent near-infrared (NIR) photothermal properties and drug release capability controlled by light. In vitro experiments demonstrate its good biocompatibility and NIR-light-induced ...

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Dimethyl sulfoxide enhances both cellulose dissolution ability and biocompatibility of a carboxylate-type liquid zwitterion

12-Jun-2018 | Heri Satria; Kosuke Kuroda; Yota Tsuge; Kazuaki Ninomiya; Kenji Takahashi, New Journal of Chemistry, 2018

Cellulose dissolution ability of a liquid zwitterion, the most biocompatible cellulose solvent, was improved by adding a co-solvent, dimethylsulfoxide. Moreover, biocompatibility of the liquid zwitterion was also improved by adding dimethylsulfoxide although it is toxic relative to the liquid ...

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IJMS, Vol. 19, Pages 1746: The “Magnesium Sacrifice” Strategy Enables PMMA Bone Cement Partial Biodegradability and Osseointegration Potential

12-Jun-2018 | Zhai, Qingpan ; Han, Fengxuan ; He, Zhiwei ; Shi, Chen ; Zhou, Pinghui ; Zhu, Caihong ; Guo, Qianping ; Zhu, Xuesong ..., International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2018

IJMS, Vol. 19, Pages 1746: The “Magnesium Sacrifice” Strategy Enables PMMA Bone Cement Partial Biodegradability and Osseointegration Potential International Journal of Molecular Sciences doi: 10.3390/ijms19061746 Authors: Qingpan Zhai Fengxuan Han Zhiwei He Chen Shi Pinghui ...

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IJMS, Vol. 19, Pages 1671: DNA Nanotechnology for Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy

05-Jun-2018 | Chen, Tianshu ; Ren, Lingjie ; Liu, Xiaohao ; Zhou, Mengru ; Li, Lingling ; Xu, Jingjing ; Zhu, Xiaoli, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2018

IJMS, Vol. 19, Pages 1671: DNA Nanotechnology for Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy International Journal of Molecular Sciences doi: 10.3390/ijms19061671 Authors: Tianshu Chen Lingjie Ren Xiaohao Liu Mengru Zhou Lingling Li Jingjing Xu Xiaoli Zhu Cancer is one of the leading ...

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