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Carbon nanotubes for imaging and drug delivery via exquisitely selective cellular uptake

Stanford researchers have developed a system which uses highly specific nanoparticulate agents for either or both imaging and therapy. This system enables exquisitely specific uptake into an important monocyte subset (Ly-6Chi monocytes) in living subject...
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Overcoming Cancer Multidrug Resistance and Improving the Efficacy and Solubility of Small Molecule Therapeutics Through Conjugation with Octaarginine Transporters

Background The anti-cancer agent taxol like other small molecule therapeutics has revolutionized the treatment of cancer and markedly improved the survival of patients. However, despite the hope and promise that such agents have engendered, their ...
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