Particulate Systems for Targeting of Macrophages: Basic and Therapeutic Concepts

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

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Particulate Systems for Targeting of Macrophages: Basic and Therapeutic Concepts. / Moghimi, Seyed Moien; Parhamifar, Ladan; Ahmadvand, Davoud; Wibroe, Peter Popp; Andresen, T.L.; Farhangrazi, Z.S.; Hunter, A.C.

In: Journal of Innate Immunity, Vol. 4, No. 5–6, 2012, p. 509-528.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

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Moghimi, SM, Parhamifar, L, Ahmadvand, D, Wibroe, PP, Andresen, TL, Farhangrazi, ZS & Hunter, AC 2012, 'Particulate Systems for Targeting of Macrophages: Basic and Therapeutic Concepts' Journal of Innate Immunity, vol 4, no. 5–6, pp. 509-528., 10.1159/000339153

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Moghimi, S. M., Parhamifar, L., Ahmadvand, D., Wibroe, P. P., Andresen, T. L., Farhangrazi, Z. S., & Hunter, A. C. (2012). Particulate Systems for Targeting of Macrophages: Basic and Therapeutic Concepts. Journal of Innate Immunity, 4(5–6), 509-528. 10.1159/000339153

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Moghimi SM, Parhamifar L, Ahmadvand D, Wibroe PP, Andresen TL, Farhangrazi ZS, Hunter AC. 2012. Particulate Systems for Targeting of Macrophages: Basic and Therapeutic Concepts. Journal of Innate Immunity. 4(5–6):509-528. Available from: 10.1159/000339153

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Moghimi SM, Parhamifar L, Ahmadvand D, Wibroe PP, Andresen TL, Farhangrazi ZS et al. Particulate Systems for Targeting of Macrophages: Basic and Therapeutic Concepts. Journal of Innate Immunity. 2012;4(5–6):509-528. Available from: 10.1159/000339153

Author

Moghimi, Seyed Moien; Parhamifar, Ladan; Ahmadvand, Davoud; Wibroe, Peter Popp; Andresen, T.L.; Farhangrazi, Z.S.; Hunter, A.C. / Particulate Systems for Targeting of Macrophages: Basic and Therapeutic Concepts.

In: Journal of Innate Immunity, Vol. 4, No. 5–6, 2012, p. 509-528.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

Bibtex

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author = "Moghimi, {Seyed Moien} and Ladan Parhamifar and Davoud Ahmadvand and Wibroe, {Peter Popp} and T.L. Andresen and Z.S. Farhangrazi and A.C. Hunter",
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RIS

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A1 - Wibroe,Peter Popp

A1 - Andresen,T.L.

A1 - Farhangrazi,Z.S.

A1 - Hunter,A.C.

AU - Moghimi,Seyed Moien

AU - Parhamifar,Ladan

AU - Ahmadvand,Davoud

AU - Wibroe,Peter Popp

AU - Andresen,T.L.

AU - Farhangrazi,Z.S.

AU - Hunter,A.C.

PB - S.Karger AG

PY - 2012

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N2 - Particulate systems in the form of liposomes, polymeric micelles, polymeric nano- and microparticles, and many others offer a rational approach for selective delivery of therapeutic agents to the macrophage from different physiological portals of entry. Particulate targeting of macrophages and intracellular drug release processes can be optimized through modifications of the drug carrier physicochemical properties, which include hydrodynamic size, shape, composition and surface characteristics. Through such modifications together with understanding of macrophage cell biology, targeting may be aimed at a particular subset of macrophages. Advances in basic and therapeutic concepts of particulate targeting of macrophages and related nanotechnology approaches for immune cell modifications are discussed.Copyright © 2012 S. Karger AG, Basel

AB - Particulate systems in the form of liposomes, polymeric micelles, polymeric nano- and microparticles, and many others offer a rational approach for selective delivery of therapeutic agents to the macrophage from different physiological portals of entry. Particulate targeting of macrophages and intracellular drug release processes can be optimized through modifications of the drug carrier physicochemical properties, which include hydrodynamic size, shape, composition and surface characteristics. Through such modifications together with understanding of macrophage cell biology, targeting may be aimed at a particular subset of macrophages. Advances in basic and therapeutic concepts of particulate targeting of macrophages and related nanotechnology approaches for immune cell modifications are discussed.Copyright © 2012 S. Karger AG, Basel

U2 - 10.1159/000339153

DO - 10.1159/000339153

JO - Journal of Innate Immunity

JF - Journal of Innate Immunity

SN - 1662-811X

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VL - 4

SP - 509

EP - 528

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