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Lipid-based nanoparticles for siRNA delivery in cancer therapy: paradigms and challenges.
RNA interference (RNAi) is a specific gene-silencing mechanism that can be mediated by the delivery of chemical synthesized small-interfering RNA (siRNA). RNAi might constitute a novel therapeuticExpand
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Efficient chemoenzymatic synthesis, cytotoxic evaluation, and SAR of epoxysterols.
A library of diastereomerically pure epoxysterols, prepared by combining chemical and enzymatic methodologies, was evaluated for cytotoxicity toward human cancer and noncancer cell lines. UnsaturatedExpand
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New Halogenated Water‐Soluble Chlorin and Bacteriochlorin as Photostable PDT Sensitizers: Synthesis, Spectroscopy, Photophysics, and in vitro Photosensitizing Efficacy
Chlorin and bacteriochlorin derivatives of 5,10,15,20‐tetrakis(2‐chloro‐5‐sulfophenyl)porphyrin have intense absorptions in the phototherapeutic window, high water solubility, high photostability,Expand
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Design of peptide-targeted liposomes containing nucleic acids.
Anticancer systemic gene silencing therapy has been so far limited by the inexistence of adequate carrier systems that ultimately provide an efficient intracellular delivery into target tumor cells.Expand
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Imidazole-grafted chitosan-mediated gene delivery: in vitro study on transfection, intracellular trafficking and degradation.
AIM To study the mechanism of transfection mediated by imidazole-grafted chitosan (CHimi) nanoparticles, to propose new strategies to control and improve the expression of a delivered gene in theExpand
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