Ajmeeta Sangtani

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A primary envisioned use for nanoparticles (NPs) in a cellular context is for controlled drug delivery where the full benefit of NP attributes (small size, large drug cargo loading capacity) can improve the pharmacokinetics of the drug cargo. This requires the ability to controllably manipulate the release of the drug cargo from the NP vehicle or(More)
With continued advancements in nanoparticle (NP) synthesis and in the interfacing of NPs with biological systems has come the exponential growth in the use of NPs for therapeutic drug delivery and imaging applications. In recent years, the advent of NP multifunctionality-the ability to perform multiple, disparate functions on a single NP platform-has(More)
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