Welcome to this latest instalment of the regular monthly column in which Alice Bough, Commissioning Editor of Nanomedicine, exclusively shares some of her top picks from the recent journal issues, including a research article discussing the potential of nanoparticles for the delivery of anti-restenosis drugs, which we have made freely available for you, The Nanomed Zone members! While a large proportion of nanomedical advances focus on cancer therapy, this month I’ve chosen to draw attention to articles demonstrating the broad range of non-oncological conditions that nanosized tools can be used to treat and diagnose. miRNA 146a-5p-loaded poly(d,l-lactic-co-glycolic acid) nanoparticles impair pain...
To view this content, please register now for access
Join our member community for FREE to access a collection of journal and online-only features, including:
- Exclusive access to educational videos, eBooks and insights into top BioTechniques journal articles
- The latest news and journal updates delivered straight to your inbox when you want it
- Personalized recommendations for the latest member-exclusive podcasts, interviews and expert opinions
- Priority registration to webinars, panel discussions and events
- Access to competitions and journal publication discounts, including 10% off open access fees when you sign up today!