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Covalent-reaction-induced interfacial assembly to transform doxorubicin into nanophotomedicine with highly enhanced anticancer efficiency

Covalent-reaction-induced interfacial assembly to transform doxorubicin into nanophotomedicine with highly enhanced anticancer efficiency
Xiangyang Liu, Xingcen Liu, Junbai Li, Jinbo Fei, Chenchen Qin, Weihai Fang, Xiaoke Yang, Ganglong Cui
By one-pot covalent-reaction-induced interfacial assembly, doxorubicin is facilely transformed into nanophotomedicine with remarkable ability of singlet oxygen generation and greatly improved anticancer efficiency.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/CP/~3/IbU8O9JZA-M/C7CP02543B

DOI: 2017/CP/C7CP02543B

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