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Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles and curcumin equally promote neuronal branching morphogenesis in the absence of nerve growth factor in PC12 cells
Regeneration of the damaged neurons in neurological disorders and returning their activities are two of the main purposes of neuromedicine. Combination use of specific nanoformulations with a therapeutic compound could be ...
The convergence of in silico approach and nanomedicine for efficient cancer treatment; in vitro investigations on curcumin loaded multifunctional graphene oxide nanocomposite structure
(Editions de Sante, 2022)
The development of multifunctional nano-carriers with the ability of stimuli responsive controlled drug release can address many of the challenges of current cancer therapies. Graphene oxide (GO)-based nanomaterials with ...
Optimization of curcumin loaded niosomes for drug delivery applications
(Elsevier B.V., 2022)
Controlled drug delivery is an important and challenging issue in pharmacology. The aim is to improve efficacy and reduce the side effects of drugs. Nanotechnology suggests applying various nanoparticles as carriers to ...
Curcumin and its derivatives in cancer therapy: potentiating antitumor activity of cisplatin and reducing side effects
Curcumin is a phytochemical isolated from Curcuma longa with potent tumor-suppressor activity, which has shown significant efficacy in pre-clinical and clinical studies. Curcumin stimulates cell death, triggers cycle arrest, ...