Nanoparticle‐Mediated Drug Delivery and Gene Therapy

@article{Jin2007NanoparticleMediatedDD,
  title={Nanoparticle‐Mediated Drug Delivery and Gene Therapy},
  author={Sha Jin and Kaiming Ye},
  journal={Biotechnology Progress},
  year={2007},
  volume={23}
}
Biomedical application of nanotechnology is a rapidly developing area that raises new prospect in the improvement of diagnosis and treatment of human diseases. The ability to incorporate drugs or genes into a functionalized nanoparticle demonstrates a new era in pharmacotherapy for delivering drugs or genes selectively to tissues or cells. It is envisioned that the transfer of nanoengineering capability into disease therapy will provide constant and concentrated drug delivery to targeted… Expand
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