Paper in ChemSci accepted


New paper ‘Assisted delivery of anti-tumour platinum drugs using DNA-coiling gold nanoparticles bearing lumophores and intercalators: Towards a new generation of multimodal nanocarriers with enhanced action’ was accepted to Chemical Science.  This work was done in a close collaboration with our colleagues from the School of Chemistry in Birmingham.

  1. Assisted delivery of anti-tumour platinum drugs using DNA-coiling gold nanoparticles bearing lumophores and intercalators: towards a new generation of multimodal nanocarriers with enhanced action
    Ana B. Caballero, Lucia Cardo, Sunil Claire, James Samuel Craig, Nikolas J. Hodges, Anton Vladyka, Tim Albrecht, Luke A. Rochford, Zoe Pikramenou, and Michael John Hannon.
    Chemical Science, 10(40), 9244–9256, 2019 [DOI]
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    Nanocarriers with unusual DNA binding properties provide enhanced cytotoxic activity beyond that conferred by the platinum agents they release.