Self-dependent antitumor effects produced by metal-containing nanoparticles in experiments in vivo
The most of numerous studies devoted to the therapeutic effects of NPs in oncology still don't go beyond experiments and are carried out in two main directions - the development of methods for targeted delivery of various antitumor factors (cytostatics and other agents) combined with NPs precisely into the tumor tissue as well as development of magnetic fluid hyperthermia methods. At the same time in the last decade new direction dealt with the self-dependent antitumor effects of metal-containing NPs is being formed. It may be considered as a new option of cancer immunotherapy.
Galina V. Zhukova. Self-dependent antitumor effects produced by metal-containing nanoparticles in experiments in vivo. Cardiometry; Issue 26; February 2023; p.83-92; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2023.26.8392; Available from: https://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no26-february-2023/self-dependent-antitumor-effects