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Application of nanodrugs in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases
by Qiang Xie , Hongmei Yang  and  Wenjie Shi
Cardiovascular disease is still a disease with high incidence rate and mortality. Although advanced technology continues to increase our understanding of cardiovascular disease, its diagnosis and treatment still have limitations. As an emerging interdisciplinary method, nanotechnology has shown enormous clinical application potential. Nanomaterials have unique physical and chem [...] Read more

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Polymers containing natural plant phenolic compounds for peripheral nerve injury
by Tong Zheng , Shuoke Qiu , Lei Li , Binglong Li  and  Meng Zhang
Peripheral nerve injury is a serious and disabling disease prevalent in the world. It caused by trauma is often accompanied with soft tissue injuries, fractures, infections, etc., and can cause permanent damage. The treatment methods of peripheral nerve injury mainly include traditional microsurgical repair, neurotrophic drug treatment, as well as cuttingedge nerve conduit trea [...] Read more

A comprehensive review on biogenically synthesized inorganic nanoparticles and their applications in anticancer activities
by Zahra Barreto , Areej Fatima , Tuba Tariq , Ayesha Zafar , Muhammad Saqib Saif , Amina Zafar , Areeba Yousaf , Huang Xue  and  Murtaza Hasan
The progression in nanotechnology has revolutionized the biomedical sciences for diagnosis and treatment of diseases like cancer. There have been many kinds of nanomaterials but Inorganic nanomaterials have been considered potential candidates for anticancer activities due to their high biocompatibility, less toxicity, high stability, and high precision in targeting affected ce [...] Read more

Overcoming the challenge: cell-penetrating peptides and membrane permeability
by Yuan Gu , Long Wu , Yasir Hameed  and  Mohsen Nabi-Afjadi
Cell-penetrating peptides (CPPs) have emerged as a promising strategy for enhancing the membrane permeability of bioactive molecules, particularly in the treatment of central nervous system diseases. CPPs possess the ability to deliver a diverse array of bioactive molecules into cells using either covalent or non-covalent approaches, with a preference for non-covalent methods t [...] Read more