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Nanomedicine and advanced technologies for burns: Preventing infection and facilitating wound healing
According to the latest report from the World Health Organization, an estimated 265,000 deaths still occur every year as a direct result of burn injuries. A widespread range of these deaths inducedExpand
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Albumin nanostructures as advanced drug delivery systems
ABSTRACT Introduction: One of the biggest impacts that the nanotechnology has made on medicine and biology, has been in the area of drug delivery systems (DDSs). Many drugs suffer from seriousExpand
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Folate-conjugated thermosensitive O-maleoyl modified chitosan micellar nanoparticles for targeted delivery of erlotinib.
In the present work, new self-assembled nanoparticles (NPs) were engineered using biocompatible and biodegradable natural polymer, chitosan (CS). The complexation of CS with sodium dodecyl sulfateExpand
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Nanocaged platforms: modification, drug delivery and nanotoxicity. Opening synthetic cages to release the tiger.
Nanocages (NCs) have emerged as a new class of drug-carriers, with a wide range of possibilities in multi-modality medical treatments and theranostics. Nanocages can overcome such limitations as highExpand
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Chitosan‐based multifunctional nanomedicines and theranostics for targeted therapy of cancer
Nanotechnology as an emerging field has established inevitable impacts on nano‐biomedicine and treatment of formidable diseases, inflammations, and malignancies. In this regard, substantial advancesExpand
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Stimulus-responsive liposomes as smart nanoplatforms for drug delivery applications
Abstract Liposomes are known to be promising nanoparticles (NPs) for drug delivery applications. Among the different types of self-assembled NPs, liposomes stand out for their non-toxic nature andExpand
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Smart External Stimulus-Responsive Nanocarriers for Drug and Gene Delivery
The concept of smart drug delivery vehicles involves designing and preparing a nanostructure (or microstructure) that can be loaded with a cargo. This can be a therapeutic drug, a contrast agent forExpand
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Noble metal nanostructures in optical biosensors: Basics, and their introduction to anti-doping detection.
We review different classes of recently-developed plasmonic biosensors based on noble metal nano-particles for analytic determination and quantification of illicit drugs in anti-doping applications. Expand
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Fatigue fracture of friction-stir processed Al–Al3Ti–MgO hybrid nanocomposites
Abstract This paper presents experimental results on the fatigue properties of Al-matrix nanocomposites prepared by the friction stir processing (FSP) technique. An Al–Mg alloy (AA5052) withExpand
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