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Tumor-specific cytotoxicity of drugs can be enhanced by targeting them to tumor receptors using tumor-specific ligands. Phage display offers a high-throughput approach to screen for the targeting ligands. We have successfully isolated phage fusion peptides selective and specific for PC3 prostate...
To identify genes affected by single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) in human normal lung cells, we compared the gene expression profiles of untreated human normal bronchial epithelial (HNBE) cells to profiles of HNBE cells treated with SWCNTs. A complementary DNA microarray analysis consisting...
Dendritic cells (DCs) are potent antigen-presenting cells capable of initiating a primary immune response and possess the ability to activate T cells and stimulate the growth and differentiation of B cells. DCs provide a direct connection between innate and adaptive immune response, and arise...
Hepatoma (hepatocellular carcinoma) is the most common type of malignant tumor originating in the liver and has a relatively low 5-year survival rate. The development of hepatoma-targeted therapy is needed to increase treatment efficiency and to reduce the incidence of undesirable side effects....
Concern is continuously raised regarding the safety of preservatives, which are crucial in most cosmetic preparations. The antimicrobial effects of silver (Ag) are well recognized; however, Ag has some limitations as a preservative, such as its interference with salts. In this study, we...
Inorganic nanomedicine refers to the use of inorganic or hybrid nanomaterials and nanosized objects to achieve innovative medical breakthroughs for drug and gene discovery and delivery, discovery of biomarkers, and molecular diagnostics. Potential uses for fluorescent quantum dots include cell...
β-casein (β-CN), a major milk protein, is amphiphilic and self-associates into micelles in aqueous solutions. We have recently introduced a novel oral drug delivery system based on β-CN nanoparticles. The current research builds on and complements this work by studying the interactions of...
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