Metal–Organic Framework (MOF)‐Based Drug/Cargo Delivery and Cancer Therapy

  title={Metal–Organic Framework (MOF)‐Based Drug/Cargo Delivery and Cancer Therapy},
  author={Ming-Xue Wu and Yingwei Yang},
  journal={Advanced Materials},
Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs)—an emerging class of hybrid porous materials built from metal ions or clusters bridged by organic linkers—have attracted increasing attention in recent years. The superior properties of MOFs, such as well‐defined pore aperture, tailorable composition and structure, tunable size, versatile functionality, high agent loading, and improved biocompatibility, make them promising candidates as drug delivery hosts. Furthermore, scientists have made remarkable… 

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