Editor’s highlights from Nanomedicine – May 2020

Written by Alice Bough (Future Science Group)

Editor's picks from Nanomedicine July 2020 nanoparticle nanophotonics

Welcome to this latest instalment of the regular monthly column in which Alice Bough, Commissioning Editor of Nanomedicine, exclusively shares some of her top picks from the recent journal issues, including a research article discussing the potential of nanoparticles for the delivery of anti-restenosis drugs, which we have made freely available for you, The Nanomed Zone members! While a large proportion of nanomedical advances focus on cancer therapy, this month I’ve chosen to draw attention to articles demonstrating the broad range of non-oncological conditions that nanosized tools can be used to treat and diagnose. miRNA 146a-5p-loaded poly(d,l-lactic-co-glycolic acid) nanoparticles impair pain...

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