Cancer Cell Invasion: Nanomedicine

Nanomedicine is a promising alternative for cancer detection and therapy that utilizes nanoparticles, such as liposomes. Nanoparticles can potentially target cancer cell invasion and metastasis. Discover the latest research on Cancer Cell Invasion: Nanomedicine here.

October 24, 2021

Functionalized Nanoparticles Targeting Tumor-Associated Macrophages as Cancer Therapy.

Yuanyuan HeChristina Eich
October 19, 2021

Impact of the Nuclear Envelope on Malignant Transformation, Motility, and Survival of Lung Cancer Cells.

Advanced Science
Sílvio Terra StefanelloVictor Shahin
October 17, 2021

A nanoplatform to boost multi-phases of cancer-immunity-cycle for enhancing immunotherapy.

Journal of Controlled Release : Official Journal of the Controlled Release Society
Cuixia ZhengLei Wang
October 16, 2021

Ginsenosides emerging as both bifunctional drugs and nanocarriers for enhanced antitumor therapies.

Journal of Nanobiotechnology
Hong WangSanjun Shi
October 16, 2021

Mannose-modified liposome designed for epitope peptide drug delivery in cancer immunotherapy.

International Immunopharmacology
Jiankun YuMinjie Wei
October 15, 2021

Bioinspired and Biomimetic Delivery Platforms for Cancer Vaccines.

Advanced Materials
Jing LiuKanyi Pu
October 13, 2021

Bioinspired Virus-like Fe3O4/Au@C Nanovector for Programmable Drug Delivery via Hierarchical Targeting.

ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces
Liying ZhaoDawei Deng
October 11, 2021

A four-in-one pure nanomedicine for synergistic multi-target therapy against breast cancer.

Journal of Materials Chemistry. B, Materials for Biology and Medicine
Rui ZhangJuan Li
October 2, 2021

Prioritising breast cancer theranostics: A current medical longing in oncology.

Cancer Treatment and Research Communications
Prem N PandeyDr Amit Kumar Tiwari
September 25, 2021

All-in-One Nanomedicine: Multifunctional Single-Component Nanoparticles for Cancer Theranostics.

Yu CaiXiaochen Dong

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