Hybrid Iron Oxide-Graphene Oxide-Polysaccharides Microcapsule: A Micro-Matryoshka for On-Demand Drug Release and Antitumor Therapy In Vivo.

@article{Deng2016HybridIO,
  title={Hybrid Iron Oxide-Graphene Oxide-Polysaccharides Microcapsule: A Micro-Matryoshka for On-Demand Drug Release and Antitumor Therapy In Vivo.},
  author={Lin Deng and Qiujin Li and Safa'a Al-Rehili and Haneen W Omar and Abdulaziz M Almalik and Aws Alshamsan and Jianfei Zhang and Niveen M Khashab},
  journal={ACS applied materials & interfaces},
  year={2016},
  volume={8 11},
  pages={6859-68}
}
Premature drug release is a common drawback in stimuli-responsive drug delivery systems (DDS), especially if it depends on internal triggers, which are hard to control, or a single external stimulus, which can only have one function. Thus, many DDS systems have been reported that combined different triggers; however, limited success has been established in fine-tuning the release process, mainly due to the poor bioavailability and complexity of the reported designs. This paper reports the… CONTINUE READING

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