Docetaxel-loaded multilayer nanoparticles with nanodroplets for cancer therapy.

  title={Docetaxel-loaded multilayer nanoparticles with nanodroplets for cancer therapy.},
  author={Keun Sang Oh and Kyungim Kim and Byeong Deok Yoon and Hye Jin Lee and Dal Yong Park and Eun-Yeong Kim and Kiho Lee and Jae Hong Seo and Soon Hong Yuk},
  journal={International journal of nanomedicine},
A mixture of docetaxel (DTX) and Solutol(®) HS 15 (Solutol) transiently formed nanodroplets when it was suspended in an aqueous medium. However, nanodroplets that comprised DTX and Solutol showed a rapid precipitation of DTX because of their unstable characteristics in the aqueous medium. The incorporation of nanodroplets that comprised DTX and Solutol through vesicle fusion and subsequent stabilization was designed to prepare multilayer nanoparticles (NPs) with a DTX-loaded Solutol nanodroplet… CONTINUE READING
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