Most downloaded papers 2017 & news highlight!

January 17, 2018

With the change of the year also the statistics are in, and with that we've recieved two encouraging news:

 

From Advanced Healthcare Materials: I am pleased to tell you that your paper entitled "Tailored approaches in drug development and diagnostics - from molecular design to biological model systems" is one of the most downloaded and read publications in Advanced Healthcare Materials over the last month. Therefore, it has been made freely accessible for a limited period of time (link below), and has been highlighted on our news website Advanced Science News (www.AdvancedScienceNews.com). We think that this is an excellent way to draw attention to your work and attract readers to your article.

 

You can access the news article here: http://www.advancedsciencenews.com/read-featuring-drug-development-bioprinting-synthetic-cells/

 

From Therapeutic Delivery: 2017 was another exciting year for Therapeutic Delivery with the continued publication of timely, high-quality manuscripts looking better than ever on our new website. We are proud to present some of our content highlights with a list below of our top 10 downloaded articles published in 2017. These articles show the diverse research that is being undertaken in the field as well as some of the key focus areas, including drug delivery in oncology and nanoparticle-based drug delivery systems.

 

Top Downloaded articles:

Exposing the tumor microenvironment: how gold nanoparticles enhance and refine drug delivery
Tamarkin L, I Kingston DG

An industry update: what are the latest developments in the field of therapeutic delivery? Industry Update: 1st December to 31st December 2016
Timmins P

Targeting active cancer cells with smart bullets
Martel S

Disulfide conjugation chemistry: a mixed blessing for therapeutic drug delivery?
Danial M, Postma A

An industry update: the latest developments in the field of therapeutic delivery
Timmins P

Diabetes management strategies: can nanoparticles be used to therapeutically deliver insulin?
Mazzucchelli S, Corsi F

How can nano-delivery systems selectively kill cancerous cells?
Kyriazi ME, Heuer-Jungemann A, Kanaras AG

Polymeric micelles: a promising tool for tamoxifen delivery in cancer?
Jena SK, Sangamwar AT

Printable nanomedicines: the future of customized drug delivery?
Preis M, Rosenholm JM

An expert’s opinion on what lies ahead in the field of alternative drug delivery
Goswami T

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