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Investigating the Stability of eLiposomes at Elevated Temperatures
(Sage Publishing, 2014)
eLiposomes encapsulate a perfluorocarbon nanoemulsion droplet inside a liposome. Ultrasound is then used as a trigger mechanism to vaporize the perfluorocarbon, break the liposome, and release the desired drug to the tumor ...
Analysis of Sugar Beet Pulp by X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy
(American Vacuum Society, 2005)
Determining the chemical structure and composition of biomass fuels using x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) can provide fundamental knowledge of their structures that is useful in understanding and predicting their ...
Folic Acid Quenches Doxorubicin Fluorescence Letter to the Editor
(American Scientific Publishers, 2012)
Targeting Breast Cancer Using Hyaluronic Acid-Conjugated Liposomes Triggered with Ultrasound
(American Science Publishers, 2021)
The successful targeting of tumors can be achieved by conjugating targeting moieties to nanoparticles. These modifications allow nannocarriers to achieve greater targeting specificity through binding to specific receptors ...
Synergistic Nanomedicine: Passive, Active, and Ultrasound-Triggered Drug Delivery in Cancer Treatment
(American Scientific Publishers, 2015)
Nanocarriers are heavily researched as drug delivery vehicles capable of sequestering antineoplastic agents and then releasing their contents at the desired location. The feasibility of using such carriers stems from their ...
Liposomes in Active, Passive and Acoustically-Triggered Drug Delivery
(Bentham Science Publishers, 2019)
Cancer has become one of the most deadly noncommunicable diseases globally. Several modalities used to treat cancer patients exist today yet many have failed to prove high efficacy with low side effects. The most common ...
Distribution of Doxorubicin in Rats Undergoing Ultrasonic Drug Delivery
Ultrasound (US) increases efficacy of drugs delivered from micelles, but the pharmacokinetics have not been studied previously. In this study, US was used to deliver doxorubicin (Dox) sequestered in micelles in an in vivo ...
Kinetics of acoustic release of doxorubicin from stabilized and unstabilized micelles and the effect of temperature
Ultrasound is being investigated as a trigger mechanism to deliver high concentrations of chemotherapy drugs to cancerous tissues using polymeric micelles. In this paper, we examined the kinetics of acoustic release of ...
DNA damage induced by micellar-delivered doxorubicin and ultrasound: comet assay study
To minimize adverse side effects of chemotherapy, we have developed a micellar drug carrier that retains hydrophobic drugs, and then releases the drug by ultrasonic stimulation. This study investigated the DNA damage induced ...
Growth of 2,2-Biimidazole-Based Nanorods on Mica Substrate
The synthesis of a one-dimensional single-stranded helix using the crystallization of silver (I) nitrate and 2,2-biimidazole has promising potential for use in the area of nanotechnology mainly because of its unique ...