Atomic Force Microscopy as a Tool to Assess the Specificity of Targeted Nanoparticles in Biological Models of High Complexity

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Gomes, C; Lopes, C; Leitner, M; Ebner, A; Hinterdorfer, P; Pêgo, AP;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Wiley-VCH Verlag
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1002/adhm.201700597
  • Subject: nanoparticle design | targeted nanomedicines | histological tissue samples | primary co-cultures | atomic force spectroscopy

The ability to design nanoparticle delivery systems capable of selectively target their payloads to specific cell populations is still a major caveat in nanomedicine. One of the main hurdles is the fact that each nanoparticle formulation needs to be precisely tuned to m... View more
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