Radio Wave Activated Chemotherapy
Radio Wave-Activated Chemotherapy represents a significant advancement in targeted drug delivery with minimal tissue damage. It employs a method where drugs are released in response to radio waves. This is achieved by binding a thermoresponsive copolymer to superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs). When heated by radio waves, the SPIONs trigger the copolymer to change structure and release the drug. The process also includes fluorescent tagging for tracking, enabling precise localisation in situ or in vitro using a magnetic field. This innovative approach enables controlled, cyclical release of medication, offering a promising avenue for efficient and targeted chemotherapy treatments.
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