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Targeting Multiplicity: The Key Factor for Anti-Cancer Nanoparticles

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In this mini-review, we focus on different strategies to bring nanotools specifically to cancer cells. We discuss about a better targeting of tumor, combining the characteristics of tumor environment, the increase in nanoparticles life time, the biomarkers overexpressed on cancer cells and different physical methods for non invasive therapies. Here we detail the necessity of a synergy between passive and active targeting for an actual specificity of cancer cells.
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Keywords: Cancer; multiple targeting; nanoparticles; non-invasive therapies

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2013-05-01

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