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Oxidation-responsiveness of nanomaterials for targeting inflammatory reactions

Khutoryanskiy, V.V. ORCID: and Tirelli, N. (2007) Oxidation-responsiveness of nanomaterials for targeting inflammatory reactions. Pure and Applied Chemistry, 80 (8). pp. 1703-1718. ISSN 0033-4545

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Oxidation is an almost ubiquitous feature of inflammatory reactions. We discuss the development of nanocarriers that respond to the presence of oxidants with profound physical reorganization, which could in perspective allow their use for delivering anti-inflammatory principles in an inflammation-responsive fashion. We also present a study demonstrating that the response of polysulfide nanoparticles has a bulk character, i.e., the odixation reactions happen homogeneously throughout the nanoparticles, and not interfacially.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Interdisciplinary centres and themes > Chemical Analysis Facility (CAF) > Thermal Analysis (CAF)
Life Sciences > School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy > Department of Chemistry
ID Code:11393
Uncontrolled Keywords:nanoparticles, responsiveness, polysulfides, inflammation, oxidation
Additional Information:41st IUPAC World Chemistry Congress Turin, ITALY 5-11 AUG 2007

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