منتشر شده در: Cancer Nanotechnology, 9(1),7
marzieh Salimi, Saeed Sarkar, Reza Saber, Hamid Delavari, Ali Mohammad Alizadeh & Hendrik Thijmen Mulder
Recently, some studies have focused on dendrimer nanopolymers as a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) contrast agent or a vehicle for gene and drug delivery. Considering the suitable properties of these materials, they are appropriate candidates for coating iron-oxide nanoparticles which are applied in magnetic hyperthermia. To the best of our knowledge, the novelty of this study is the investigation of fourth-generation dendrimer-coated iron-oxide nanoparticles (G4
@IONPs) in magnetic hyperthermia and MRI.