The particular chemical-physical properties of nanomaterials make them exploitable in different fields of application. Nanoparticles represent fundamental instruments for medicine and biology, because they can be used for biomedical applications (diagnosis, therapy, theranostics, etc.). However, their development with therapeutic efficacy requires in-depth knowledge of the interactions with cells,...
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