Nanoparticles with in vivo anticancer activity from polymer prodrug amphiphiles prepared by living radical polymerization.

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Drug-loaded polymer nanoparticles are a promising approach to the treatment of severe diseases, such as cancer, infections, and neurodegenerative disorders. These nanoconstructs are obtained by the encapsulation of a drug during self-assembly of amphiphilic copolymers in aqueous solution. In the field of cancer, although this approach has led to numerous… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/anie.201207297

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@article{Harrisson2013NanoparticlesWI, title={Nanoparticles with in vivo anticancer activity from polymer prodrug amphiphiles prepared by living radical polymerization.}, author={Simon Harrisson and Julien P. Nicolas and Andrei V Maksimenko and Duc Trung Bui and Julie Mougin and Patrick Couvreur}, journal={Angewandte Chemie}, year={2013}, volume={52 6}, pages={1678-82} }