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Nanomaterials for Theranostics: Recent Advances and Future Challenges

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author E. –K. Lim, T. Kim, S. Paik, S. Haam, Y.-M. Huh*, K. Lee*
journal Chem. Rev., 2015, 115, 327
link http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/cr300213b
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This review mainly describes the theranostic research with nanomaterials since 2006, when nanomaterials started to be used extensively in the development of theranostic systems. First, a brief history of molecular imaging and personalized cancer therapy and an introduction of cancer biology are provided to give an overall perspective of modern theranostic research and to set the standard for the future design concept of theranostic nanomaterials. Then, an anatomical description of theranostic nanomaterials is given, followed by a detailed description of research results of the application of theranostic nanomaterials in biomedical research. A simple comparison of the ideal future theranostic system, including all desired properties, with the current state of theranostic research would clearly point out the technical areas that need to be further improved. Finally, we conclude this review by pointing out the limitations of nanotheranostics and suggesting some future research directions in theranostics.


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