Nanoparticle drug delivery systems: an excellent carrier for tumor peptide vaccines

  title={Nanoparticle drug delivery systems: an excellent carrier for tumor peptide vaccines},
  author={Jiemin Wang and Xiong-Bin Hu and Daxiong Xiang},
  journal={Drug Delivery},
  pages={1319 - 1327}
Abstract In the past 40 years, the nanoparticle drug delivery system for tumor peptide vaccines has been widely studied which also reached a splendid result. Nanomaterial can enhance the targeting of vaccines, help vaccines enter the cells and trigger immune response by themselves. They also help in increasing cellular uptake, improving permeability and efficacy. Currently, several categories of nanopreparation, such as liposome, polymeric micelle, polymeric nanoparticle, gold nanoparticle and… 
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