Anticancer Activities of Tumor-killing Nanorobots

Suping Li, Qiao Jiang, Baoquan Ding, Guangjun Nie
Trends in Biotechnology 2019 February 27
Pharmaceutical uses of cancer therapeutics, such as intravenous thrombin to elicit blood coagulation, have been hampered by lack of tumor specificity. Based on rapid progress in DNA origami-based machines capable of transporting molecular payloads, DNA nanorobots have been constructed to specifically deliver therapeutic agents into tumor vessels.

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