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NIR photothermal therapy using polyaniline nanoparticles.
In vivo photothermal ablation of tumor with excellent treatment efficacy was achieved and the concept of developing polyaniline-based nanoparticles can serve as a platform technology for the next generation of in vivo PTT agents.
One-step fabrication of intense red fluorescent gold nanoclusters and their application in cancer cell imaging.
A one-step method for successfully fabrication of water-soluble and alkanethiol-stabilized Au nanoclusters (NCs) was demonstrated and it was shown that the obtained AMH could serve as a promising fluorescent bioprobe for bioimaging.
Ultra-small pH-responsive Nd-doped NaDyF4 Nanoagents for Enhanced Cancer Theranostic by in situ Aggregation
The optimized nanoagents have potential applications in medical and also provide a novel strategy for future study of cancer theranostic enhancement.
Thermoresponsive Nanogel-Encapsulated PEDOT and HSP70 Inhibitor for Improving the Depth of the Photothermal Therapeutic Effect
Photothermal therapy (PTT), a new, noninvasive treatment measure, has recently drawn much attention. However, due to the limited penetration depth of near-infrared (NIR) light, PTT is focused on
PEDOT nanocomposites mediated dual-modal photodynamic and photothermal targeted sterilization in both NIR I and II window.
The obtained PEDOT:ICG@PEG-GTA may be used as a novel synergistic agent in combination photodynamic and photothermal therapy to inactivate pathogenic bacteria in both the NIR I and II window.
Optimization of Prussian Blue Coated NaDyF4:x%Lu Nanocomposites for Multifunctional Imaging‐Guided Photothermal Therapy
Imaging-guided photothermal therapy based on functional nanomaterials has recently received significant attention and the selection of functional materials with optimal imaging and therapy effect is
Simultaneously activating highly selective ratiometric MRI and synergistic therapy in response to intratumoral oxidability and acidity.
A novel doxorubicin (DOX)-loaded degradable cobalt oxide nanoprism (Co3O4-DOX) for T1/T2 ratiometric magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)-monitored synergistic cancer therapy that simultaneously responds to intratumoral oxidability and acidity is reported.
Polydopamine-Encapsulated Fe3O4 with an Adsorbed HSP70 Inhibitor for Improved Photothermal Inactivation of Bacteria.
  • D. Liu, Liyi Ma, +6 authors Jing Zhou
  • Materials Science, Medicine
    ACS applied materials & interfaces
  • 12 September 2016
A new type of nanoplatform fabricated by using polydopamine to encapsulate Fe3O4 and support 2-phenylethynesulfonamide that possesses the potential to be a recyclable photothermal agent for enhanced photothermal bacterial inactivation without causing secondary pollution.
Gadolinium complex and phosphorescent probe-modified NaDyF4 nanorods for T1- and T2-weighted MRI/CT/phosphorescence multimodality imaging.
DyNPs-Gd-Ir could be a platform for next-generation contrast agents for T1- and T2-weighted MRI/CT/phosphorescence multimodal imaging.
Novel Cs-Based Upconversion Nanoparticles as Dual-Modal CT and UCL Imaging Agents for Chemo-Photothermal Synergistic Therapy
Evidence is provided for the successful construction of a novel lanthanide-based nanoplatform coupled with multimodal imaging diagnosis and potential application in synergistic cancer theranostics.