pH-controlled delivery of nanoparticles into tumor cells.

@article{Han2013pHcontrolledDO,
  title={pH-controlled delivery of nanoparticles into tumor cells.},
  author={Liang Han and Haojun Ma and Yubo Guo and Yuyang Kuang and Xi C He and Chen Jiang},
  journal={Advanced healthcare materials},
  year={2013},
  volume={2 11},
  pages={
          1435-9
        }
}
Nanoparticles target tumor cells by pH-controlled means. Nanoparticles carry three synergistic delivery functions: 1) tumor tissue targeting by the EPR effect; 2) tumor cell targeting by pHLIP-mediated membrane-localization; and 3) tumor cell uptake by adsorptive-mediated endocytosis. 
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