Polymeric Nanoparticles with Neglectable Protein Corona.

@article{Alberg2020PolymericNW,
  title={Polymeric Nanoparticles with Neglectable Protein Corona.},
  author={Irina Alberg and Stefan Kramer and Meike Schinnerer and Qizhi Hu and Christine Seidl and Christian Leps and Natascha Ingrid Drude and Diana M{\"o}ckel and Cristianne J.F. Rijcken and Twan Lammers and Mustafa Diken and Michael Maskos and Svenja Morsbach and Katharina Landfester and Stefan Tenzer and Matthias Barz and Rudolf Zentel},
  journal={Small},
  year={2020},
  pages={
          e1907574
        }
}
The current understanding of nanoparticle-protein interactions indicates that they rapidly adsorb proteins upon introduction into a living organism. The formed protein corona determines thereafter identity and fate of nanoparticles in the body. The present study evaluates the protein affinity of three core-crosslinked polymeric nanoparticles with long circulation times, differing in the hydrophilic polymer material forming the particle surface, namely poly(N-2-hydroxypropylmethacrylamide… 

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