Peek behind the paper: potential anticancer applications of drug-loaded ‘magnetosomes’

Written by INDRAJIT ROY (UNIVERSITY OF DELHI)

In this behind-the-paper interview, part of our ‘In Focus’ feature on functional nanomaterials in cancer therapy, to coincide with the recently published Nanomedicine Special Focus Issue on this topic, Indrajit Roy (University of Delhi, India) discusses research exploring silica-coated iron-oxide nanoparticles and niosomes, and what benefits for anticancer treatment these may confer. Read the full research paper, part of the Nanomedicine Special Focus Issue, here >>> Please could you introduce yourself, your organization and provide a brief overview of your career to date? Currently, I am a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Delhi. I obtained...

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