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AS1411 aptamer tagged PLGA‐lecithin‐PEG nanoparticles for tumor cell targeting and drug delivery
Liposomes and polymers are widely used drug carriers for controlled release since they offer many advantages like increased treatment effectiveness, reduced toxicity and are of biodegradable nature.Expand
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Amyloid-Binding Aptamer Conjugated Curcumin–PLGA Nanoparticle for Potential Use in Alzheimer’s Disease
Alzheimer’s disease is becoming a serious concern in the medical field due to its severity and prevalence. This multifactorial disease manifested by various genetic and nongenetic factors makes itsExpand
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AS1411 aptamer and folic acid functionalized pH-responsive ATRP fabricated pPEGMA-PCL-pPEGMA polymeric nanoparticles for targeted drug delivery in cancer therapy.
Nonspecificity and cardiotoxicity are the primary limitations of current doxorubicin chemotherapy. To minimize side effects and to enhance bioavailability of doxorubicin to cancer cells, aExpand
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FITC Labeled Silica Nanoparticles as Efficient Cell Tags: Uptake and Photostability Study in Endothelial Cells
The use of fluorescent nanomaterials has gained great importance in the field of medical imaging. Many traditional imaging technologies have been reported utilizing dyes in the past. These methodsExpand
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Curcumin nanoparticles- a gateway for multifaceted approach to tackle Alzheimer's disease
Curcumin is a polyphenolic compound which has been used since ages to treat various ailments. Research in the past few decades has demonstrated its potential therapeutic or preventive effects due toExpand
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Fast mapping word meanings across trials: Young children forget all but their first guess
Do children learn a new word by tracking co-occurrences between words and referents across multiple instances ("cross-situational learning" models), or is word-learning a "one-track" process, whereExpand
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Children’s quantification with every over time
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This article looks closely at two types of errors children have been shown to make with universal quantification—Exhaustive Pairing (EP) errors and Underexhaustive errors—and asks whether they reflect the same underlying phenomenon. Expand
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Subject-object Asymmetries in the Acquisition of Clefts
A well-documented asymmetry in children’s acquisition of A-bar movement constructions is that movement of objects is more difficult than movement of subjects. This asymmetry has been most frequentlyExpand
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Aptamer-labeled PLGA nanoparticles for targeting cancer cells
Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in most parts of the world and is a very serious cause of concern particularly in developing countries. In this work, we prepared and evaluated theExpand
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Aptamer conjugated paclitaxel and magnetic fluid loaded fluorescently tagged PLGA nanoparticles for targeted cancer therapy
Abstract Controlled and targeted drug delivery is an essential criterion in cancer therapy to reduce the side effects caused by non-specific drug release and toxicity. Targeted chemotherapy,Expand
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