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Water-soluble iron oxide nanocubes with high values of specific absorption rate for cancer cell hyperthermia treatment.
Iron oxide nanocrystals (IONCs) are appealing heat mediator nanoprobes in magnetic-mediated hyperthermia for cancer treatment. Here, specific absorption rate (SAR) values are reported for cube-shapedExpand
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From iron oxide nanoparticles towards advanced iron-based inorganic materials designed for biomedical applications.
In the last decade the progress achieved on the synthesis of inorganic nanostructures has been accompanied by the parallel exploitation of these systems in various fields, among them are biology andExpand
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Duality of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles in Cancer Therapy: Amplification of Heating Efficiency by Magnetic Hyperthermia and Photothermal Bimodal Treatment.
The pursuit of innovative, multifunctional, more efficient, and safer treatments is a major challenge in preclinical nanoparticle-mediated thermotherapeutic research. Here, we report that iron oxideExpand
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Ultra magnetic liposomes for MR imaging, targeting, and hyperthermia.
Magnetic liposomes offer opportunities as theranostic systems. The prerequisite for efficient imaging, tissue targeting or hyperthermia is high magnetic load of these vesicles. Here we describe theExpand
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Alternative glucocorticoids for use in cases of adverse reaction to systemic glucocorticoids: a study on 10 patients
Background  Reactions to systemically administered corticosteroids are rare, despite their widespread use.
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Contact dermatitis in students practicing sports: incidence of rubber sensitisation
Background—Over the last few years, changes in cutaneous homoeostasis resulting from sports activities have been reported. In particular, alterations in sweating mechanisms, the hydrolipid barrier,Expand
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Combining magnetic hyperthermia and photodynamic therapy for tumor ablation with photoresponsive magnetic liposomes.
The ongoing nanotech revolution has the potential to transform diagnostic and therapeutic methods. Stimuli-triggered nanotherapies based on remotely activated agents have become attractiveExpand
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Magnetic hyperthermia efficiency in the cellular environment for different nanoparticle designs.
Magnetic hyperthermia mediated by magnetic nanomaterials is one promising antitumoral nanotherapy, particularly for its ability to remotely destroy deep tumors. More and more new nanomaterials areExpand
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Multifunctional nanobeads based on quantum dots and magnetic nanoparticles: synthesis and cancer cell targeting and sorting.
Trifunctional polymer nanobeads are prepared by destabilization of a mixture of magnetic nanoparticles, quantum dots, and an amphiphilic polymer, followed by functionalization of the bead surfaceExpand
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Heat-generating iron oxide nanocubes: subtle "destructurators" of the tumoral microenvironment.
Several studies propose nanoparticles for tumor treatment, yet little is known about the fate of nanoparticles and intimate interactions with the heterogeneous and ever-evolving tumor environment.Expand
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