2015 journal article
A dual wavelength-activatable gold nanorod complex for synergistic cancer treatment
Nanoscale, 7(28), 12096–12103.
By: D. Pacardo, B. Neupane, S. Rikard, Y. Lu, R. Mo, S. Mishra, J. Tracy, G. Wang, F. Ligler, Z. Gu
ATP-responsive DNA-graphene hybrid nanoaggregates for anticancer drug delivery
Biomaterials, 50, 67–74.
By: R. Mo, T. Jiang, W. Sun & Z. Gu
2014 journal article
ATP-triggered anticancer drug delivery
Nature Communications, 5.
By: R. Mo, T. Jiang, R. DiSanto, W. Tai & Z. Gu
Bio-lnspired synthetic nanovesicles for glucose-responsive release of insulin
Biomacromolecules, 15(10), 3495–3502.
By: W. Tai, R. Mo, J. Di, V. Subramanian, X. Gu, J. Buse, Z. Gu
Cocoon-like self-degradable DNA nanoclew for anticancer drug delivery
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 136(42), 14722–14725.
By: W. Sun, T. Jiang, Y. Lu, M. Reiff, R. Mo & Z. Gu
Emerging micro-and nanotechnology based synthetic approaches for insulin delivery
[Review of ]. Chemical Society Reviews, 43(10), 3595–3629.
By: R. Mo, T. Jiang, J. Di, W. Tai & Z. Gu
Enhanced anticancer efficacy by ATP-mediated liposomal drug delivery
Angewandte Chemie [International Edition in English], 53(23), 5815–5820.
By: R. Mo, T. Jiang & Z. Gu
Molecule drugs for enhanced therapeutic efficacy
Advanced Functional Materials, 24(16), 2295–2304.
By: T. Jiang, R. Mo, A. Bellotti, J. Zhou & Z. Gu
Recent progress in multidrug delivery to cancer cells by liposomes
Nanomedicine, 9(8), 1117–1120.
Self-folded redox/acid dual-responsive nanocarriers for anticancer drug delivery
Chemical Communications, 50(95), 15105–15108.
By: Y. Lu, R. Mo, W. Tai, W. Sun, D. Pacardo, C. Qian, Q. Shen, F. Ligler, Z. Gu
Furin-mediated sequential delivery of anticancer cytokine and small-molecule drug shuttled by graphene
Jiang, T. Y., Sun, W. J., Zhu, Q. W., Burns, N. A., Khan, S. A., Mo, R., & Gu, Z. Advanced Materials, 27(6), 1021–1028.
By: T. Jiang, W. Sun, Q. Zhu, N. Burns, S. Khan, R. Mo, Z. Gu
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