2021-3-20 & 0183; Title:Iron Oxide Nanoparticles: Tuning to Advanced Nano Drug Delivery VOLUME: 10 ISSUE: 6 Author s :Suchi N. Gandhi Surendra Agrawal* Saraswathy Nagendran and Pravina Gurjar Affiliation:Department of Quality Assurance Shobhaben Pratapbhai Patel School of Pharmacy and Technology Management SPPSPTM SVKM’S NMIMS Mumbai Department of Quality Assurance
Low cost magnetic properties and toxicity properties enable SPIONs to be widely utilized in biomedical appli ions. For example magnetite and maghemite Fe3O4 and γ-Fe2O3 exhibit superparamagnetic properties and are widely used in drug delivery diagnosis and therapy. These materials are termed SPIONs when their size is smaller than 20 nm.Cited by: 106
Magnetic nanoparticles have been used extensively as drug delivery materials in recent years 12 . The present research goal is to treat bone diseases such as osteoporosis and infection by using surface modified magnetic nanoparticles. Magnetite Fe3O4 and maghemite Fe2O3 were synthesized and coated with calcium phosphate CaP . The resulting nanoparticles were treated hydrothermally to
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2018-12-13 & 0183; Design strategies for shape-controlled magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews IF 15.470 Pub Date : 2018-12-13 DOI: 10.1016/j.addr.2018.12.008
2018-11-29 & 0183; Introduction: For many years the controlled delivery of therapeutic compounds has been a matter of great interest in the field of nanomedicine.Among the wide amount of drug nanocarriers magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles IONs stand out from the crowd and constitute robust nanoplatforms since they can achieve high drug
2019-5-30 & 0183; The objective of the study was to obtain multifunctional core shell nanostructures of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles Fe3O4 coated with various ionic bio s that can optimize toxicity to healthy cells colloidal instabilities and drug
2017-2-5 & 0183; Design of Organic Macrocycle-Modified Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery Tina Skorjanc Chemistry Program New York University Abu Dhabi Saadiyat Island P.O. Box 129188 Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates
Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticulate system: synthesis targeting drug delivery and therapy in cancer Fe 3 O 4 and γ-Fe 2 O 3 exhibit superparamagnetic properties and are widely used in drug delivery diagnosis and therapy. These materials are termed SPIONs when their size is smaller than 20 nm. This review article aims to
2019-12-12 & 0183; HSA Coated Iron Oxide Nanoparticles as Drug Delivery Vehicles for Cancer Therapy. Qimeng Quan ‡ Jin Xie ‡ Haokao Gao ‡ Min Yang ‡ Fan Zhang ‡ Gang Liu ‡ Xin Lin ‡ Andrew Wang ∥ Henry S. Eden & 182; Seulki Lee ‡ Guixiang Zhang * and ; Xiaoyuan Chen * ‡
Iron oxide IO nanoparticles consist of maghemite γ-Fe 2 O 3 and/or magnetite Fe 3 O 4 particles with diameters ranging from 1 and 100 nanometer and find appli ions in magnetic data storage biosensing drug-delivery etc. 4567 In nanoparticles NPs the surface area to volume ratio increases significantly.
Among these is the use of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles SPIONs which act as an innovative kit for battling cancer. Low cost magnetic properties and toxicity properties enable SPIONs to be widely utilized in biomedical appli ions.
Multifunctional graphene oxide/iron oxide nanoparticles for magnetic targeted drug delivery dual magnetic resonance/fluorescence imaging and cancer sensing. Graphene Oxide GO has recently attracted substantial attention in biomedical field as an effective platform for biological sensing tissue scaffolds and in vitro fluorescence imaging.Cited by: 33
2016-1-29 & 0183; attention. The most widely studied are the iron oxide nanoparticles – magnetite γ-Fe2O3 and magnetic Fe3O4 1 . Metal nanoparticles based on iron are prospective materials for use as information carriers drug delivery systems etc. Iron has the valuable abilities to reduce and
2019-3-11 & 0183; Further iron oxide NPs due to their “superparamagnetic” properties have been studied and have demonstrated successful employment in numerous appli ions. In targeted drug delivery systems drug-loaded iron oxide NPs can accumulate at the tumor site with the aid of an external magnetic field.
2021-7-22 & 0183; Iron oxide nanoparticles IO-NPs in the MRI images to investigate the drug delivery effectiveness. IO-NPs were attached to the macrophages and inserted into the eye of
2015-11-1 & 0183; Iron oxide nanoparticles as a drug delivery vehicle for MRI monitored magnetic targeting of brain tumorsCited by: 285
2012-11-30 & 0183; Magnetic nanoparticles have been used as drug delivery vehicles against a number of cancer cells. Most of these theranostic formulations have used solid iron oxide nanoparticles SIONPs loaded with chemotherapeutics as nano-carrier formulation for both magnetic resonance imaging MRI and cancer therapy.Cited by: 95
While targeted drug delivery and imaging of tumor cells have been the major focus in engineering nanoparticle probes no extensive efforts have been made towards developing sensing probes that can confirm and monitor intracellular drug release events. Here we present quantum dot Qdot -iron oxide
2021-4-14 & 0183; Iron Oxide Mesoporous Magnetic Nanostructures with High Surface Area for Enhanced and Selective Drug Delivery to Metastatic Cancer Cells Kheireddine El-Boubbou 1 2 * Rizwan Ali 1 Sulaiman Al-Humaid 1 Alshaimaa Alhallaj 2 O. M. Lemine 3 Mohamed Boudjelal 2 and Abdulmohsen AlKushi 1位置: 8600 Rockville Pike Bethesda MD
DOI: 10.3390/ijms16048070 Corpus ID: 18022627. Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Magnetically-Guided and Magnetically-Responsive Drug Delivery article Estelrich2015IronON title= Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Magnetically-Guided and Magnetically-Responsive Drug Delivery author= J. Estelrich and E. Escribano and J. Queralt and M. Busquets journal= International Journal of Molecular Sciences
2018-1-1 & 0183; Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles SPIONs have been the most extensively studied inorganic nanocarrier systems for drug delivery. These are nontoxic biodegradable biocompatible and efficiently cleared from the human body via the iron metabolism pathways.Cited by: 4
2019-12-12 & 0183; Magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles for drug delivery: appli ions and characteristics. Expert Opinion on Drug Delivery 2019 16 1 69-78. doi.org/10.1080/17425247.2019.1554647; Ayan Kumar Barui Batakrishna Jana Ja-Hyoung Ryu.Cited by: 208
2018-4-18 & 0183; iron oxide Fe3O4 nanoparticles for drug delivery: enhanced in vitro therapeutic efficacy of doxorubicin and MION conjugates. Journal Of Materials Chemistry B 1 22 2874-2884. Highly water-soluble magnetic iron oxide Fe3O4 nanoparticles for drug
2019-6-5 & 0183; Low cost magnetic properties and toxicity properties enable SPIONs to be widely utilized in biomedical appli ions. For example magnetite and maghemite Fe 3 O 4 and γ-Fe 2 O 3 exhibit superparamagnetic properties and are widely used in drug delivery Cited by: 106
2021-2-1 & 0183; For instance magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles can be coated with more than one active drug together with other active agents resulting in considerable potential appli ions in nanomedicine like targeted drug delivery etc. These nanoparticles can move toward magnet and are being studied as agents for drug delivery.Cited by: 1
Multifunctionalized iron oxide nanoparticles for selective drug delivery to CD44-positive cancer cells Antonio Aires12 Sandra M Ocampo1 Bruno M Sim& 245;es3 Mar& 237;a Josefa Rodr& 237;guez14 Jael F Cadenas1 Pierre Couleaud12 Katherine Spence3 Alfonso Latorre12 Rodolfo Miranda1 & 193;lvaro Somoza12 Robert B Clarke3 Jos& 233; L Carrascosa14 and Aitziber L Cortajarena12
2021-8-4 & 0183; Drug delivery systems including the 5-aminolevulinic acid anticancer drug ALA and carbon nanotube CN COOH functionalized carbon nanotube FCN and iron oxide nanoparticle ION were examined. For each of the CN FCN and ION nanocarriers four CN/ALA1-4 three FCN/ALA1-3 and three ION/ALA1-3 configurations were considered respectively.
2015-9-9 & 0183; In this study a high‐performance T 1 –T 2 dual‐model contrast agent by gadolinium‐doped iron oxide nanoparticle GION is developed. Following its development the appli ion of this agent in vivo by combining doxorubicin DOX and folic acid FA FA–GION–DOX for targeted drug delivery to monitor cancer treatment is explored.
By precisely shaping the structural properties of the iron oxide nanoparticles drugs loaded onto the nanoparticles can be efficiently guided and selectively delivered toward targeted lo ions. With these goals in mind special attention should be given to the pharmacokinetics and in vivo behavior of the developed nanocarriers.Cited by: 145
2017-11-1 & 0183; Iron Oxide Nanoparticle Delivery of Peptides to the Brain: Reversal of Anxiety during Drug Withdrawal Nathan Vinzant 1 Jamie L. Scholl 1 Chia-Ming Wu 2 Trevor Kindle 2 Ranjit Koodali 2 and Gina L. Forster 1 *
2016-1-12 & 0183; Multifunctionalized iron oxide nanoparticles for selective drug delivery to CD44-positive cancer cells Antonio Aires 12 Sandra M Ocampo 1 Bruno M Sim& 245;es 3 Mar& 237;a Josefa Rodr& 237;guez 14 Jael F Cadenas 1 Pierre Couleaud 12 Katherine Spence 3 Alfonso Latorre 12 Rodolfo Miranda 1 & 193;lvaro Somoza 12 Robert B Clarke 3 Jos& 233; L
Esterlich J. Eseribano E. and Queralt J. 2015 Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Magnetically-Guided and Magnetically-Responsive Drug Delivery. Molecular Science 6 8070-8080. has been cited by
2017-9-19 & 0183; Double-receptor-targeting multifunctional iron oxide nanoparticles drug delivery system for the treatment and imaging of prostate cancer. Md Shakir Uddin Ahmed 1 Ahmad Bin Salam 1 Clayton Yates 1 Kyle Willian 2 Jesse Jaynes 3 Timothy Turner 4 and Mohamed O Abdalla 5 Author
Iron oxide nanoparticles IONs can increase the drugs’ biological activity through high binding efficiency and magnetically targeted drug delivery. Understanding the adsorption and release process of a drug to the carrier material plays a significant role in research to generate an applicable and controlled drug delivery Cited by: 1