Please find here a flyer describing the Special Issue “Multi-Functional Nanoparticles for Therapy and Diagnostics” in Nanomaterials Journal.
Nanomedicine has reached an exceptional level of interest, due to the good results obtained in recent decades using several nanoparticles for the treatment of cancer or the detection of markers of a variety of diseases. Nevertheless, it is facing limitations in some applications due to the complexity of the biological media and cell biology, which can lead to reduced efficacy or selectivity as well as drug resistance, among other factors. However, such shortcomings can be overcome with the proper choice and combination of active components in the preparation of the nanostructures. These more complex nanosystems might contain different drugs, coatings, ligands, nucleic acids, or reporting molecules, which interact in a defined manner, increasing their effectiveness in the treatment and/or detection of maladies.
This special issue of Nanomaterials aims to compile a selection of original contributions and review articles where the combination of active components on the nanostructure can lead to significant improvements of the available systems for the treatment and/or detection of any disease.
Prof. Álvaro Somoza
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- smart nanoparticles
- combined therapy
- stimuli-responsive materials
- sensing, multiplexing