A new near-infrared responsive drug carrier for imaging-guided chemotherapy

A promising multifunctional nanocarrier for opto-acoustic imaging-guided chemotherapy or phtotothermal therapy is presented.

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Injectable ROS-responsive hydrogels for sustained drug delivery

Researchers designed and synthesized a novel ROS-responsive thermogelling hydrogel based on methoxy poly(ethylene glycol)-poly(L-methionine) diblock copolymers.

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Synthetic polymer meshes offer great potential to translate IPSCs

A patient-derived stem cell source offers great potential for individual-tailored cell therapies and regenerative medicine.

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Combination of immunotherapy and nanotechnology for improved cancer treatment

Researchers have proposed a new idea to deliver anti-cancer drugs to tumor sites by combining immunotherapy and nanoparticles.

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Oxygen Nanocarrier for Combined Cancer Therapy

This nanocarrier shows excellent oxygen-carrying properties and ATP-responsive drug release, which makes it a potent agent for cancer therapy.

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Tumor Prodrug to Monitor Therapeutic Success

A tumor prodrug, which is able to monitor drug release and therapeutic success in real time, is developed.

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Improving the acceptance of implants by multifunctional coatings

Rejection or diminished functionability of implants are frequent problems. A new type of coating could limit associated infections and inflammations.

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Advanced Healthcare Materials Celebrates Its New Impact Factor!

In the recently released 2015 Journal Citation report, Advanced Healthcare Materials received its first two-year full Impact Factor of 5.79

Improving nanoparticle cellular uptake

A group at the University of Adelaide have developed an intracellular GSH-responsive drug delivery system with enhanced cellular uptake capability.

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Light-sensitive polymers for controlled gene silencing

New research describes the use of polymers that can bind siRNAs into nanoscale assemblies that do not disassemble until they are irradiated with UV light.

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