1 article(s) from Lonetti, Barbara
Schematic description of in vitro PDT processes using photosensitizer (PS) encapsulated in a block ...
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Chemical structures of four molecular photosensitizers commonly used: a) pheophorbide a; b) chlorin...
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Schematic representation of the strategies used for delivery of photosensitizers using block copoly...
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Chemical structures of the main blocks commonly described in recent literature.
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a) Light-responsive self-immolative polymers. Adapted with permission from , copyright 2018 America...
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Block copolymers used as nanocarriers for overcoming hypoxia; a) adapted with permission from , cop...
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Schematic representation of the interplay between polymer structure, physicochemical characteristic...
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Representative snapshots describing the endocytosis pathway for spherocylindrical nanoparticles. Re...
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Field flow fractograms of PEO(2400)-b-PDLLA(2000) and PEO(3100)-b-PS(2300) micelles. The multi-angl...
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Idealized docking of 5,10,15,20-tetrakis(3-hydroxyphenyl)chlorin (m-THPC, shown as van der Waals su...
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Modulation of PDT efficiency through introduction of bulky substituents on the PS, which inhibit ag...
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Use of Hansen solubility parameters to optimize polymeric nanovectors.
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Types of pathways of block copolymer micelle–cell membrane interactions. Reprinted with permission ...
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Schematic view of photodynamic therapy (PDT) strategies with polymeric nanovectors targeting subcel...
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Illustration of the PTX@PAsp-g-(PEG-ICG) ER-targeting process and mechanism of cell death. PTX@PAsp-...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2020, 11, 180–212, doi:10.3762/bjnano.11.15
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