Glycol Chitosan-Based Fluorescent Theranostic Nanoagents for Cancer Therapy

@inproceedings{Rhee2014GlycolCF,
  title={Glycol Chitosan-Based Fluorescent Theranostic Nanoagents for Cancer Therapy},
  author={Jin-Kyu Rhee and Ok kyu Park and Aeju Lee and Dae Hyeok Yang and Kyeongsoon Park},
  booktitle={Marine drugs},
  year={2014}
}
Theranostics is an integrated nanosystem that combines therapeutics with diagnostics in attempt to develop new personalized treatments with enhanced therapeutic efficacy and safety. As a promising therapeutic paradigm with cutting-edge technologies, theranostic agents are able to simultaneously deliver therapeutic drugs and diagnostic imaging agents and also monitor the response to therapy. Polymeric nanosystems have been intensively explored for biomedical applications to diagnose and treat… CONTINUE READING

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