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Effect of pH, ultrasound frequency and power density on the release of calcein from stealth liposomes
(De Gruyter, 2016)
The use of liposomes as carriers for chemotherapeutic agents in combination with ultrasound as a stimulus to control the time and space of the drug release is a promising approach for cancer treatment, as it can reduce the ...
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 ...
Micelles and nanoparticles for ultrasonic drug and gene delivery
Drug delivery research employing micelles and nanoparticles has expanded in recent years. Of particular interest is the use of these nanovehicles that deliver high concentrations of cytotoxic drugs to diseased tissues ...
Ultrasound-Mediated Cancer Therapeutics Delivery using Micelles and Liposomes: A Review
(Bentham Science Publisher, 2021)
Nanoparticles have proven promising as cancer theranostic tools. Nanoparticles are selective in nature, have reduced toxicity, and controllable drug release patterns making them ideal carriers for anticancer drugs. Numerous ...