A novel targeting strategy may make pave the way for effective cancer immunotherapy against previously ‘undruggable’ targets.
A*STAR researchers have developed a biodegradable polymeric drug carrier that can target cancerous tissue in the lungs and liver.
A*STAR scientists have developed a drug delivery complex derived from green tea that enhances the safety and effectiveness of cancer treatment
With a sound understanding of polymers, their properties and the methods to synthesize them, scientists can create novel materials for a wide range of practical applications.
A component of green tea can help deliver drugs to tumors in the body
nanoparticles that release their drug payload only after entering cells could improve current treatments
Multi stimuli-responsive nanocapsules selectively deliver drugs to exactly where they are needed
Toxic peptide payload can be delivered exclusively to cancer cells
Rapid synthesis of ring-shaped molecules offers a cheap route to a plethora of polymers with health and environmental applications
A drug-encapsulating nanoparticle teams up with bright bio-labels to measure how anticancer chemotherapy formulations enter cells
Lauded for its health benefits, green tea now has another claim to fame — the basis of a therapeutic delivery system for anticancer drugs