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Disulfiram Copper Nanoparticles Prepared with a Stabilized Metal Ion Ligand Complex Method for Treating Drug-Resistant Prostate Cancers.
- Wu Chen, Wen Yang, Pengyu Chen, Yongzhuo Huang, Feng Li
- Biology, ChemistryACS applied materials & interfaces
- 16 November 2018
The SMILE method provides, for the first time, a simple yet efficient process for generating Cu(DDC)2 NPs with high drug concentration, excellent loading efficiency, and desirable physicochemical properties, which could potentially address drug delivery challenges of DSF/copper-based chemotherapy and facilitate its clinical translation.
Magnet Patterned Superparamagnetic Fe3O4/Au Core–Shell Nanoplasmonic Sensing Array for Label‐Free High Throughput Cytokine Immunoassay
A label‐free, high throughput cytokine immunoassay based on a magnet patterned Fe3O4/Au core–shell nanoparticle (FACSNP) sensing array is developed, successfully applied for rapid determination of the functional immunophenotype of leukemia tumor‐associated macrophages.
Old wine in new bottles: Advanced drug delivery systems for disulfiram-based cancer therapy.
Biomimetic metal-organic nanoparticles prepared with a 3D-printed microfluidic device as a novel formulation for disulfiram-based therapy against breast cancer.
Soft and Condensed Nanoparticles and Nanoformulations for Cancer Drug Delivery and Repurpose
- Wen Yang, Hanitrarimalala Veroniaina, Xiaole Qi, Pengyu Chen, Feng Li, P. Ke
- BiologyAdvanced therapeutics
- 1 January 2020
In this review, recent developments in nano‐delivery and formulation systems based on soft and condensed nanomaterials, as well as their theranostic applications in drug repurpose against cancer are summarized.
Sustained Release of Minocycline From Minocycline-Calcium-Dextran Sulfate Complex Microparticles for Periodontitis Treatment.
Nanoparticles for co-delivery of Osimertinib and Selumetinib to Overcome Osimertinib-acquired Resistance in Non-small Cell Lung Cancer.
Metal–Organic Nanomaterials for Drug Delivery
Biomimetic camouflage delivery strategies for cancer therapy.
Different biomimetic drug delivery strategies for cancer treatment are reviewed with a focus on the discussion of their advantages and potential applications.
A novel antimicrobial and remineralizing toothpaste containing CaCl₂/chitosan microspheres.
Investigation of the feasibility of exploiting amorphous calcium phosphate formed in situ from chitosan calcium microspheres and phosphate ions in water during brushing for caries control found that the Chi-ACP paste group had a larger remineralization band in treated enamel than the negative control group, although there was no statistically significant difference on the demineralized depths in the enamel among the three groups.