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Cell surface biotinylation to identify the receptors involved in nanoparticle uptake into endothelial cells

Macrophages Release Extracellular Vesicles of Different Properties and Composition Following Exposure to Nanoparticles

Temperature-responsive and biocompatible nanocarriers based on clay nanotubes for controlled anti-cancer drug release

Tuning Liposome Stability in Biological Environments and Intracellular Drug Release Kinetics

Assessing the Immunomodulatory Effect of Size on the Uptake and Immunogenicity of Influenza- and Hepatitis B Subunit Vaccines In Vitro

Mechanisms of Uptake and Membrane Curvature Generation for the Internalization of Silica Nanoparticles by Cells

Physiology, pathology and the biomolecular corona: the confounding factors in nanomedicine design

Comparison of extracellular vesicle isolation and storage methods using high-sensitivity flow cytometry

Correlating Corona Composition and Cell Uptake to Identify Proteins Affecting Nanoparticle Entry into Endothelial Cells

Effects of Protein Source on Liposome Uptake by Cells: Corona Composition and Impact of the Excess Free Proteins

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