Co-encapsulation of magnetic Fe3O4 nanoparticles and doxorubicin into biodegradable PLGA nanocarriers for intratumoral drug delivery

Yanhui Jia; Mei Yuan; Huidong Yuan; Xinglu Huang; Xiang Sui; Xuemei Cui; Fangqiong Tang; Jiang Peng; Jiying Chen; Shibi Lu; Wenjing Xu; Li Zhang; Quanyi Guo
January 2012
International Journal of Nanomedicine;2012, Vol. 7, p1697
Academic Journal
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