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Barhoumi A Wang W Zurakowski D et al Photothermally targeted thermosensitive polymer-masked nanoparticles Nano Lett 2014 14: 3697 – 3701 10 1021/nl403733z [Web of Science ] [Google Scholar] Wu G Mikhailovsky A Khant HA et al Remotely triggered liposome release by near-infrared light absorption via hollow gold nanoshells J Am Chem Soc 2008 130: 8175 – 8177 10 1021 Gold nanoshells with SPR peaks in the NIR region can be prepared by coating silica or polymer beads with gold shells of variable thickness Oldenburg et al 1998) Silica cores are grown using the Stber process the basic reduction of tetraethyl orthosilicate in ethanol To coat the silica nanoparticles with gold in an aqueous environment a seeded growth technique is typically used Small

Cooperative nanoparticles for tumor detection and photothermally triggered drug delivery Adv Mater 2010 22:880-5 [24] Kuo TR Hovhannisyan VA Chao YC Chao SL Chiang SJ Lin SJ Dong CY Chen CC Multiple release kinetics of targeted drug from gold nanorod embedded polyelectrolyte conjugates induced by near-infrared laser irradiation J Am

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Thermosensitive Nanobubbles with Mr/Us Dual-Modality Imaging and Hifu- Nanoparticles with a Cisplatin-Bearing Polymer Coating for Targeted Drug Delivery Int J Nanomed 2014 9 3659-3676 95 Torres-Lugo M Rinaldi C Thermal Potentiation of Chemotherapy by Magnetic Nanoparticles Nanomedicine (London U K ) 2013 8 1689-1707 Page 53 of 75 ACS Paragon Plus Environment

Photothermally Targeted Thermosensitive Polymer-Masked Nanoparticles Aoune Barhoumi † ‡ Weiping Wang † ‡ David Zurakowski Robert S Langer ‡ and Daniel S Kohane * † ‡ View Author Information † Laboratory for Biomaterials and Drug Delivery Department of Anesthesiology Division of Critical Care Medicine Children's Hospital Boston Harvard Medical School 300

We report a kind of "smart" nanocomposites (NCs) that is sensitive to the surrounding temperature by grafting a layer of thermo-sensitive polymer poly(italicN/italic-isopropylacrylamide) (pNIPAm) on the surface of single Cu 7 S 4 nanoparticle (NP) via atom-transfer radical polymerization (ATRP) These NCs demonstrate a photothermal conversion efficiency of 25 4% under 808-nm near

Multimodal targeted high relaxivity thermosensitive

Multimodal targeted high relaxivity thermosensitive liposome for in vivo imaging Maayke M P Kuijten1 4 5 M Hannah Degeling1 4 6 John W Chen2 3 GregoryWojtkiewicz3 Peter Waterman3 RalphWeissleder 3 JamilAzzi7 KlaasNicolay 5 BakhosA Tannous1 4 Liposomes are spherical self-closed structures formed by lipid bilayers that can encapsulate drugs and/or imaging agents in their

Photothermally driven soft matter devices comprising of hybrid hydrogels Optimizing crystalline orientation of water-borne organic semiconductors High-Density DNA Brushes on Polymer Particles Mixtures of self-assembling systems as another route to nanofabrication Multi-scale computational design of emerging materials for energy devices

The purpose of this project is to synthesize one amphiphilic dendritic polymeric photoswitchablenanocarrier The nanocarrier which was synthesized via amidation reaction contains hydrophilic polyethylenimine (PEI) core hydrophobic steric ester (STA) shelland photoswitchable azobenzene (AZO) groups 1H nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) FT-IR spectroscopy and dynamic

Accordingly photothermally activatable gold nanoparticles have been fabricated with a surface layer of gold and an inner core that is hollow made of dielectric material such as silica or gold itself Gold is considered biologically compatible because it is an inert noble metal that is thermally and chemically stable It is also easy to conjugate biomolecules on to its surface (for

Design and development of nanoparticle-based drug delivery systems (DDS) have always been extremely challenging due to unacceptable leakage of drug or unsatisfactory release in the lesion Herein we presented an effective approach for facile

Photothermally driven soft matter devices comprising of hybrid hydrogels Optimizing crystalline orientation of water-borne organic semiconductors High-Density DNA Brushes on Polymer Particles Mixtures of self-assembling systems as another route to nanofabrication Multi-scale computational design of emerging materials for energy devices

Cooperative nanoparticles for tumor detection and photothermally triggered drug delivery Adv Mater 2010 22:880-5 [24] Kuo TR Hovhannisyan VA Chao YC Chao SL Chiang SJ Lin SJ Dong CY Chen CC Multiple release kinetics of targeted drug from gold nanorod embedded polyelectrolyte conjugates induced by near-infrared laser irradiation J Am

Lysosome-Targeted Single Fluorescence Probe for Two-Channel Imaging Intracellular SO₂ and Biothiols Molecules (Basel Surface Coassembly of Polymer Brushes and Polymer-Protein Bioconjugates: An Efficient Approach to the Purification of Bioconjugates under Mild Conditions Biomacromolecules PMID 30339367 DOI: 10 1021/acs biomac 8b01355 : 0 92: 2018: Liu L Dong W Wang S Zhang Y Liu T

Synthesis of AMPSA Polymeric Derivatives Monitored by

thermosensitive polymers appeared in the 80's in publications by Pelton and Chibante who described the synthesis and properties of N-isopropylacrylamide polymer (p-NIPA) [3 4] Since then studies on thermo-sensitive polymer molecules have been developed very dynamically The mechanism of action of thermally sensitive polymers may be based on the lower critical solubility temperature (LCST

Progress in the Design of Biodegradable Polymer-Based Microspheres for Parenteral Controlled Delivery of Therapeutic Peptide/Protein 393 Shunmugaperumal Tamilvanan 5 3 Liposomes and Drug Delivery 443 Sophia G Antimisiaris Paraskevi Kallinteri and Dimitrios G Fatouros 5 4 Biodegradable Nanoparticles 535 Sudhir S Chakravarthi and Dennis H Robinson 5 5 Recombinant Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Thermosensitive polymers have a wide range of applications specially the thermosensitive triblock copolymers because they exhibit unique aqueous solution properties biodegradability and biocompatibility These copolymers can be designed to be used as potential drug delivery systems for therapeutic protein drugs or poorly water soluble drugs This article reviews the applications of polymer

Therefore using therapeutic adjuvants such as TNF-α to augment cryoinjury and the controlled/targeted delivery of the adjuvants into tumor and tumor cells using nanotechnology have attracted more and more attention in the field of thermal destruction at cryogenic temperatures [201 R Goel K erson J Slaton F Schmidlin G Vercellotti J Belcher and JC Bischof Adjuvant approaches to

The singlet oxygen luminescence method and the photochemical methods using 1 3-diphenylisobenzofuran (DPBF) or bilirubin ditaurate (BDT) as chemical quenchers were employed to determine the single oxygen quantum yields (Φ Δ) of different phthalocyanines and tris(2 2″-bipyridyl)ruthenium(II) dichloride in dimethylformamide (DMF) or aqueous micellar solution of 0 1 M

The change of thermosensitive polymer physical state occurs at the LCST and depends on the Thermosensitive polymers are a class of "smart" materials that have the ability to respond to a change in temperature Such polymers are uncommon as they are soluble in water at low temperature and become non-soluble when increasing the temperature Because of their change of physical properties

Title: Efficient and facile formation of two-component nanoparticles via aromatic moiety directed self-assembly Authors: Wang Weiping Chau Ying Abstract: Here we present a two-component self-assembling system employing the interaction of aromatic groups (Fmoc) to construct nanoparticles