Showcasing the photothermal efficiency of narrow-NIR-responsive
The research unit coordinated by Dr. Valerio Voliani at the Center for Nanotechnology Innovation of the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia located in Pisa (Italy) inside NEST laboratory of Scuola Normale Superiore, has reported on Materials Horizons (Royal Society of Chemistry) the first noble metal nanoarchitecture able to jointly combine efficient photothermal conversion and renal excretion of the building blocks. The Authors have employed home-made 3D neoplasm models to confirm the exciting potentiality of nano passion fruits for the treatment of some solid cancers. This pioneering work is showcased on the inside back cover of the journal and might unlock the true potential of noble metal nanoplatforms for the treatment of neoplasms, filling the gap between bench-to-bed side.
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