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Development of optimized therapeutic platforms for magnetic fluid hyperthermia in adjuvant cancer therapies
Magnetic Fluid Hyperthermia (MFH) has a great potential as an adjuvant in cancer therapy, enhancing the effects of antineoplastic agents, sensitizing resistant cancers and reducing undesired side effects. When compared ...
Influence of interparticle magnetic interactions on heat dissipation in magnetic nanoparticles and magnetomicelles
Magnetically actuated nanovectors are prepared through the combination of magnetic nanoparticles and thermoresponsive materials that facilitate the release of the drug when heated at a temperature slightly above the normal ...
Magnetically and thermally responsive nanoparticles for biomedical applications.
The synthesis of magnetic nanoparticles which respond to alternating magnetic fields by Brownian and Neel relaxation mechanisms are of great interest in determining mechanical properties of complex fluids in the size scale ...
Development of optimal iron oxide nanoparticles with increased heating capabilities for application in magnetic fluid hyperthermia
Hipertermia de fluido magnético (MFH) a mostrado ser un método efectivo para la erradicación de células cancerosas. Esta técnica se basa en la absorción de nanopartículas magnéticas por parte de la célula seguido por la ...
Enhanced potentiation of anticancer drugs using magnetic fluid hyperthermia (MFH): In vitro and in vivo studies
Clinical studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of combined hyperthermia and anticancer drug treatments. Challenges related to effective heat transfer have limited its clinical application. The use of magnetic fluids ...
Studies of ferrite based magnetic nanoparticle uptake and magnetocytolysis effects on model cell cultures
Suspended ferrite magnetic nanoparticles are known to dissipate energy under an oscillating magnetic field. Such energy dissipation could be employed to locally raise temperature inside a tumor to 41-45°C (hyperthermia), ...