Cancer Nanotechnology

Many examinations have shown that mutually tissue and cell distribution reviews of anticancer drugs can be measured by their entrapment in submicronic colloidal systems (nanoparticles). The rationale behind this approach is to growth antitumor efficacy, while dropping systemic side-effects. This evaluation offers an update of tumor targeting with straight or long-circulating nanoparticles. The in vivo fate of these systems, later intravascular or tumoral administration, is discussed, as well as the tool involved in tumor regression. Nanoparticles are also of benefit for the choosy distribution of oligonucleotides to tumor cells. Besides, converted types of nanoparticles disclosed some fascinating volume to reverse MDR resistance, which is a major problem in chemotherapy. The chief experimentations, targeting to deck nanoparticles with molecular ligand for 'active' targeting of cancerous cells, are also discussed here. The latest part of this evaluation emphasis on the application of nanoparticles in imaging for cancer diagnosis.

  • Iodine nanoparticle radiotherapy
  • Magnetic Hyperthermia
  • pH-activated nanoparticles
  • Mitochondrial redox homeostasis

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