Drug Delivery



Prostate cancer cells grown on a glass substrate ncubated with Fe-MWNTs.



Magnetic image showing Fe-MWCNTs on cells. The arrows on the zoomed  areas correspond to the magnetic contrast. 



X. Chen, H. Chen, C. Tripisciano, A. Jedrzejewska, M.H. Ruemmeli, R. Klingeler, R.J. Kalenczuk, P.K. Chu, E. Borowiak-Palen
Carbon-nanotube-based stimuli-responsive controlled-release system, Chemistry - A European Journal 17 (2011) Nr. 16, S. 4454-4459

A. Taylor, K. Lipert, K. Kraemer, S. Hampel, S. Fuessel, A. Meye, R. Klingeler, M. Ritschel, A. Leonhardt, B. Buechner, M.P. Wirth

Biocompatibility of iron filled carbon nanotubes in vitro, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 9 (2009) Nr. 10, S. 5709-5716

Y. Krupskaya, C. Mahn, A. Parameswaran, A. Taylor, K. Kraemer, S. Hampel, A. Leonhardt, M. Ritschel, B. Buechner, R. Klingeler

Magnetic study of iron-containing carbon nanotubes: Feasibility for magnetic hyperthermia, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 321 (2009) Nr. 24, S. 4067-4071 URL

D. Kunze, S. Hampel, K. Kraemer, D. Haase, S. Fuessel, A. Leonhardt, A. Meye, B. Buechner, M.O. Grimm, M.P. Wirth

Carbon nanotubes: A nanocontainer mediates transport of chemotherapeutics, European Urology Supplements 7 (2008) Nr. 3, S. 277 (823) URL

S. Hampel, D. Kunze, D. Haase, K. Kraemer, M. Rauschenbach, M. Ritschel, L. Leonhardt, J. Thomas, S. Oswald, V. Hoffmann, B. Buechner

Carbon nanotubes filled with a chemotherapeutic agent: a nanocarrier mediates inhibition of tumor cell growth, Nanomedicine 3 (2008) Nr. 2, S. 175-182

R. Klingeler, S. Hampel, B. Buechner

Carbon nanotube based biomedical agents for heating, temperature sensoring and drug delivery, International Journal of Hyperthermia 24 (2008) Nr. 6, S. 496-505






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