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Licarete, Emilia National Library of Poland

VIAF ID: 26153530960848702182 (Personal)

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Anti-angiogenic and anti-inflammatory effects of long-circulating liposomes co-encapsulating curcumin and doxorubicin on C26 murine colon cancer cells Wikidata National Library of Poland
Bioactive and biocompatible copper containing glass-ceramics with remarkable antibacterial properties and high cell viability designed for future in vivo trials. Wikidata
Blister-inducing antibodies target multiple epitopes on collagen VII in mice. Wikidata
Carboplatin-Loaded, Raman-Encoded, Chitosan-Coated Silver Nanotriangles as Multimodal Traceable Nanotherapeutic Delivery Systems and pH Reporters inside Human Ovarian Cancer Cells. Wikidata
Co-delivery of curcumin and doxorubicin in PEGylated liposomes favored the antineoplastic C26 murine colon carcinoma microenvironment Wikidata
Combination therapy of simvastatin and 5, 6-dimethylxanthenone-4-acetic acid synergistically suppresses the aggressiveness of B16.F10 melanoma cells Wikidata
Cytotoxicity of lipophilic statins depends on their combined actions on HIF-1α expression and redox status in B16.F10 melanoma cells. Wikidata
Designing Theranostic Agents Based on Pluronic Stabilized Gold Nanoaggregates Loaded with Methylene Blue for Multimodal Cell Imaging and Enhanced Photodynamic Therapy. Wikidata
Dual role of macrophages in the response of C26 colon carcinoma cells to 5-fluorouracil administration. Wikidata
Ectodomain shedding generates Neoepitopes on collagen XVII, the major autoantigen for bullous pemphigoid. Wikidata
Efficient combined near-infrared-triggered therapy: Phototherapy over chemotherapy in chitosan-reduced graphene oxide-IR820 dye-doxorubicin nanoplatforms Wikidata
Exploitation of pleiotropic actions of statins by using tumour-targeted delivery systems. Wikidata
Fabrication of gold-silver core-shell nanoparticles for performing as ultrabright SERS-nanotags inside human ovarian cancer cells Wikidata
HIF-1α acts as a molecular target for simvastatin cytotoxicity in B16.F10 melanoma cells cultured under chemically induced hypoxia. Wikidata
IgG antibodies against immunodominant C-terminal epitopes of BP230 do not induce skin blistering in mice. Wikidata
Improved pharmacokinetics and reduced side effects of doxorubicin therapy by liposomal co-encapsulation with curcumin Wikidata
IR780-dye loaded gold nanoparticles as new near infrared activatable nanotheranostic agents for simultaneous photodynamic and photothermal therapy and intracellular tracking by surface enhanced resonant Raman scattering imaging. Wikidata
Liposomal simvastatin inhibits tumor growth via targeting tumor-associated macrophages-mediated oxidative stress Wikidata
Liposomal simvastatin sensitizes C26 murine colon carcinoma to the antitumor effects of liposomal 5-fluorouracil in vivo Wikidata
Novel bioactive glass-AuNP composites for biomedical applications. Wikidata
Optimization of prednisolone-loaded long-circulating liposomes via application of Quality by Design (QbD) approach. Wikidata
Optimizing long-circulating liposomes for delivery of simvastatin to C26 colon carcinoma cells Wikidata
Overcoming Intrinsic Doxorubicin Resistance in Melanoma by Anti-Angiogenic and Anti-Metastatic Effects of Liposomal Prednisolone Phosphate on Tumor Microenvironment Wikidata
Prevalence of collagen VII-specific autoantibodies in patients with autoimmune and inflammatory diseases Wikidata
Probing cellular uptake and tracking of differently shaped gelatin-coated gold nanoparticles inside of ovarian cancer cells by two-photon excited photoluminescence analyzed by fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM). Wikidata
Skin wound regeneration with bioactive glass-gold nanoparticles ointment Wikidata
Tumor-associated macrophages favor C26 murine colon carcinoma cell proliferation in an oxidative stress-dependent manner. Wikidata

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