Tel Aviv University researchers have developed a nanodrug technology that instantaneously delivers two therapies to target malignancy with accuracy, to resolve the resistance of certain cancers to various types of treatments.
Novel research on nervous tissue repair has emerged from the journal, Cells, through the use of mesenchymal stromal cells and a nanofiber hydrogel composite.
Researchers outline the potential of using nanomaterials for the diagnosis and treatment of diabetic kidney disease (DKD).
Using a nano-based approach to drug delivery, researchers demonstrate a stable approach to rectal delivery of cannabidiol.
A bandage capable of releasing medication the moment an infection begins in a wound could treat injuries in a much better way.
An electrochemical sensor detects indinavir (IDV), an anti-retroviral HIV medication, by combining zinc oxide nanorods and molybdenum disulfide nanosheets.
Aptamers and DNA nanotechnology combine to produce an intelligent systems suitable for cancer imaging and enhancing drug delivery of chemotherapeutics.
A research team from Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy, LKS Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong (HKUMed), has developed a photo-responsive nanomedicine for light-controlled colorectal cancer therapy.
Novel cancer research has emerged from the journal to develop early diagnosis methods for ovarian cancer with the help of nanoparticles.
Novel research has combined chemotherapy with photothermal therapy to develop a nanomedicine strategy aimed at combatting multidrug resistance in cancer patients.