New Biomimetic Hybrid System Breaks Through the Traditional Concept of Nanocarrier

Coating natural cell membranes on synthetic nanocarriers represents an innovative strategy of surface engineering. Cell membranes-coatings offer nanocarriers with proteins, antigens, lipids, and immunological moieties. Nanocarriers are turned into cell-like nanoparticles and hold immunosuppressive capability, long circulation time, and targeted recognition, presenting a good performance in vivo. Here, cell membrane-covered nanocarriers as biomaterials will be reviewed from design to assembly as well as relevant promising biomedical applications.

New Biomimetic Hybrid System Breaks Through the Traditional Concept of Nanocarrier

Surface engineering of nanocarriers dedicates significant contribution to the area of biomedicine, ranging from drug delivery to theranostic. Traditional physical/chemical methods have the ...

Wed 15 May 19 from AZoNano

Cell membrane as coating materials to better surface engineering of nanocarriers

Coating natural cell membranes on synthetic nanocarriers represents an innovative strategy of surface engineering. Cell membranes-coatings offer nanocarriers with proteins, antigens, lipids, ...

Tue 14 May 19 from Eurekalert

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