Find out about the chemical and physical features of nanoparticulate systems that can be tuned to address the anticancer immune response and recent key examples of the exploited strategies, ranging from nanovaccines to NPs revising the tumor immunosuppressive microenvironment, up to immunotherapeutic multimodal NPs.
This article first reviews the brief achievements in using albendazole to treat parasites and cancers, and summarizes the basic mechanisms of action of albendazole.
Magnetic nanoparticles for precision oncology: theranostic magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles for image-guided and targeted cancer therapy
In this review, the authors provide an overview of the physicochemical properties, toxicity and theranostic applications of MNPs with a focus on magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles.
Biologically synthesized metal nanoparticles: recent advancement and future perspectives in cancer theranostics
In this editorial from Future Science OA, discover the role that nanotechnology could play in driving personalized medicine for cancer forwards.
In this review, the authors explore the potential of PWS microscopy as a nanoscale-sensitive technique for an efficient, low cost and nanoscale-sensitive cancer screening assay.
In this review article the authors highlight how nanotechnology could help enhance cancer diagnosis.
In this editorial the authors discuss the potential of SERS nanoparticles as a novel method for imaging cancer spread and intratumoral heterogenetity.
Glycinated fullerenes for tamoxifen intracellular delivery with improved anticancer activity and pharmacokinetics
This primary research paper investigated the anti-cancer efficacy and pharmacokinetics of tamoxifen conjugated to glycinated fullerenes
Find out about applications which utilize dual-loaded drug delivery systems for cancer therapies and the implications of dual nanoparticle efforts towards cancer treatment.
Researchers from the University of Michigan have developed nanodiscs to deliver immunotherapies for treating melanoma and colon cancer tumors.