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Entrapment of hydrophobic drugs in nanoparticle monolayers with efficient release into cancer cells.
Photoregulated release of caged anticancer drugs from gold nanoparticles.
Stability of quantum dots in live cells.
Dendronized gold nanoparticles for siRNA delivery.
Toxicity of gold nanoparticles functionalized with cationic and anionic side chains.
Cationic polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane (POSS) units as carriers for drug delivery processes.
The role of surface functionality on acute cytotoxicity, ROS generation and DNA damage by cationic gold nanoparticles.
Recognition-mediated activation of therapeutic gold nanoparticles inside living cells.
Cell alignment using patterned biocompatible gold nanoparticle templates.
The role of surface functionality in determining nanoparticle cytotoxicity.
Replenishable dendrimer-nanoparticle hybrid membranes for sustained release of therapeutics.
Rapid coating of surfaces with functionalized nanoparticles for regulation of cell behavior.
Linking an a-tocopherol derivative to cobalt(0) nanomagnets: magnetically responsive antioxidants with superior radical trapping activity and reduced cytotoxicity.
High-content imaging and gene expression analysis to study cell-nanomaterial interactions: the effect of surface hydrophobicity.
Acylsulfonamide-Functionalized Zwitterionic Gold Nanoparticles for Enhanced Cellular Uptake at Tumor pH.
Nanoparticle-dendrimer hybrid nanocapsules for therapeutic delivery.
Cross-Linked Polymer-Stabilized Nanocomposites for the Treatment of Bacterial Biofilms.
Polymer Amphiphiles for Photoregulated Anticancer Drug Delivery.
Cytosolic Delivery of Functional Proteins In Vitro through Tunable Gigahertz Acoustics.
Polymeric Nanoparticles Active against Dual-Species Bacterial Biofilms.