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Review on nano-drugs

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Nano materials is a new type of drug carriers with very promising application. In recent years, great progress was achieved in making drugs own the characteristics of targeted and con-trolled release via nanotechnologies. This paper addressed the capability of nano drugs on tar-geting to cells, penetrating through epicyte, controlled release and the security issues re-sulting from its using. We gave the prospect of nano drugs in biology and medicine applying.

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Liu, Y. , Niu, T. , Zhang, L. and Yang, J. (2010) Review on nano-drugs. Natural Science, 2, 41-48. doi: 10.4236/ns.2010.21006.

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