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9 result(s) within Volume 1 of Cancer Nanotechnology

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  1. Content type: Original Paper

    Targeted nanoparticles have the potential to deliver a large drug payload specifically to cancer cells. Targeting requires that a ligand on the nanoparticle surface interact with a specific membrane receptor o...

    Authors: Honglin Jin, Jonathan F. Lovell, Juan Chen, Kenneth Ng, Weiguo Cao, Lili Ding, Zhihong Zhang and Gang Zheng

    Citation: Cancer Nanotechnology 2010 1:9

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  2. Content type: Original Paper

    Nanoparticles are the new entities that can greatly limit the various side effects of systemic chemotherapy, and that coupled with a targeting moiety enables site-specific delivery of drugs. Folate receptors a...

    Authors: Suphiya Parveen and Sanjeeb K. Sahoo

    Citation: Cancer Nanotechnology 2010 1:6

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  3. Content type: Review Article

    Circulating tumor cells (CTC) are cells that have detached from primary tumors and circulate in the bloodstream where they are carried to other organs, leading to seeding of new tumors and metastases. CTC have...

    Authors: Balaji Panchapakesan, Robert Caprara, Vanessa Velasco, James Loomis, Ben King, Peng Xu, Tom Burkhead, Palaniappan Sethu, L. Jay Stallons, W. Glenn McGregor, Shesh N. Rai, Goetz Kloecker and Eric Wickstrom

    Citation: Cancer Nanotechnology 2010 1:7

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  4. Content type: Original Paper

    Applications of nanoparticles (NPs) as photothermal (PT) and photoacoustic (PA) labels and agents for diagnosis and therapy of cancer and other diseases in laser medicine are fast growing areas of research. Ma...

    Authors: Victor K. Pustovalov, L. G. Astafyeva, E. Galanzha and V. P. Zharov

    Citation: Cancer Nanotechnology 2010 1:5

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  5. Content type: Original Paper

    The present study was designed to explore the ability of polymeric nanoparticles to restore drug sensitivity to P-glycoprotein over-expressing cancer cells. A multidrug-resistant cell line 2780 AD and its sens...

    Authors: V. Bhardwaj, J. A. Plumb, J. Cassidy and M. N. V. Ravi Kumar

    Citation: Cancer Nanotechnology 2010 1:4

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  6. Content type: Original Paper

    In this study, we report the preparation, luminescence, and targeting properties of folic acid-CdTe quantum dot conjugates. Water-soluble CdTe quantum dots were synthesized and conjugated with folic acid using...

    Authors: Preethi Suriamoorthy, Xing Zhang, Guiyang Hao, Alan G. Joly, Surya Singh, Marius Hossu, Xiankai Sun and Wei Chen

    Citation: Cancer Nanotechnology 2010 1:3

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  7. Content type: Original Paper

    The application of nanomaterial in cancer treatment is promising and intriguing. Anti-tumor immunotherapy has the potential to significantly improve the prognosis of cancer treatment, though the efficacy of im...

    Authors: Zhao Sun, Wei Wang, Rui Wang, Jinhong Duan, Yan Hu, Jin Ma, Jiayan Zhou, Sishen Xie, Xin Lu, Zhaohui Zhu, Shuchang Chen, Yuanli Zhao, Haiyan Xu, Chen Wang and Xian-Da Yang

    Citation: Cancer Nanotechnology 2010 1:1

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  8. Content type: Original Paper

    In the present communication, we report the fabrication of a unique core-shell inorganic nanomaterial with potential therapeutic and diagnostic functions. It contains an iron–cobalt (FeCo) core that demonstrat...

    Authors: Chitta Ranjan Patra, Ying Jing, Yun-Hao Xu, Resham Bhattacharya, Debabrata Mukhopadhyay, James F. Glockner, Jian-Ping Wang and Priyabrata Mukherjee

    Citation: Cancer Nanotechnology 2010 1:2

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