Researchers have recently reviewed ALS analytical technologies, especially spectroscopy and imaging, to highlight their applicability in determining the biological behavior and fate of nanomedicines.
A special type of carbon nanodots (R-CNDs) were utilized for electrochemical detection of estrogenic steroids present in natural and tap water as well as effluents from Swedish wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs).
An analytical method that helped study the distribution of nanoparticle delivery systems at the cellular level was developed to advance nanomedicine.
Silver nanoparticles functionalized with double-stranded (ds) DNA have been designed to release energy under external stimuli like heat, light, or pH, paving the way towards intelligent nanosystems.
A new review focuses on recent advancements in nanotechnology-based treatments for IBD, mainly targeting inflammation and dysregulated gut microbiomes.
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A new study discussed a novel method to synthesize and decorate strontium (Sr) nanoparticles on the surface of graphene oxide (GO) for their applications in bone tissue engineering.
The simple conjugation between boronic acid and RA allowed the formation of self-deliverable and self-immolating nanoassemblies that led to triple cooperative anticancer activity.
A nanoparticle-based immunotherapy, called ARAC (Antigen Release Agent and Checkpoint Inhibitor) enhanced the efficacy of PD-L1 inhibitors against lung cancer.
A composite dressing that mimicked the natural skin was developed with wettability and asymmetric structure to facilitate wound healing in severe burns.