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The Use of Transferrin and Ultrasound in Cancer Treatment
Site-specific drug delivery represents an attractive approach in cancer treatment to reduce the undesirable side-effects of anticancer therapeutics and increase the accumulation of drugs at tumor sites. Surface modification ...
The effect of pegylation and targeting moieties on the ultrasound-mediated drug release from liposomes
(ACS Publications, 2019)
The use of targeted liposomes encapsulating chemotherapy drugs enhances the specific targeting of cancer cells, thus, reducing the side effects of these agents and providing a more patient-friendly treatment. Targeted ...
Ultrasound-Mediated Drug Delivery in Cancer Therapy: A Review
(American Scientific Publishers, 2020)
The use of ultrasound as a medical diagnostic tool began in the 1940s. Ever since, the medical applications of ultrasound have included imaging, tumor ablation, and lithotripsy; however, an ever-increasing body of literature ...
Ultrasound-responsive Nanocarriers in Cancer Treatment: a review
(American Chemical Society, 2021)
The safe and effective delivery of anticancer agents to diseased tissues is one of the significant challenges in cancer therapy. Conventional anticancer agents are generally cytotoxins with poor pharmacokinetics and ...