Half Title Page.
List of Contributors.
Foreword of the Series.
1: Nanotechnology for Personalized Medicine: Cancer Research, Diagnosis, and Therapy.
2: Bioengineered Nanomaterials for Chemotherapy.
3: Biofunctionalized Nanomaterials for Targeting Cancer Cells.
4: Improving Chemotherapy Drug Delivery by Nanoprecision Tools.
5: RIPL Peptide as a Novel Cell-Penetrating and Homing Peptide: Design, Characterization, and Application to Liposomal Nanocarriers for Hepsin-Specific Intracellular Drug Delivery.
6: Progress of Nanoparticles Research in Cancer Therapy and Diagnosis.
7: Interfacial Engineering of Nanoparticles for Cancer Therapeutics.
8: Nanotechnological Approaches Toward Cancer Chemotherapy.
9: Cancer Therapies: Applications, Nanomedicines and Nanotoxicology.
10: Multifunctional Polymeric Micelles as Therapeutic Nanostructures: Targeting, Imaging, and Triggered Release.
11: Recent Advances in Diagnosis and Therapy of Skin Cancers Through Nanotechnological Approaches.
12: Design of Nanoparticle Structures for Cancer Immunotherapy.
13: Recent Advances of Folate-Targeted Anticancer Therapies and Diagnostics: Current Status and Future Prospectives.
14: Anticancer Efficiency of Curcumin-Loaded Invertible Polymer Micellar Nanoassemblies.
15: Dose Enhancement Effect in Radiotherapy: Adding Gold Nanoparticles to Tumor in Cancer Treatment.
16: Silver-Based Nanostructures for Cancer Therapy.
17: Ligand-Decorated Polysaccharide Nanocarriers for Targeting Therapeutics to Hepatocytes.
18: Targeted Delivery of Anticancer Drugs: New Trends in Lipid Nanocarriers.
19: Nanoparticles for Magnetic Hyperthermia.
20: Nanotechnology: A Challenge in Hard Tissue Engineering with Emphasis on Bone Cancer Therapy.
21: Combination Therapy of Macromolecules and Small Molecules: Approaches, Advantages, and Limitations.
22: Nanosized Drug Delivery Systems as Radiopharmaceuticals.
23: Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles: A Promising Multifunctional Drug Delivery System.
24: Cancer Therapies Based on Enzymatic Amino Acid Depletion.
25: Self-Emulsifying Delivery Systems: One Step Ahead in Improving Solubility of Poorly Soluble Drugs.
26: Near-Infrared Light-Responsive Nanotherapeutic Agents: Application in Medical Oncology.
27: Current Aspects of Breast Cancer Therapy and Diagnosis Based on a Nanocarrier Approach.
28: Natural Plant-Derived Anticancer Drugs Nanotherapeutics: A Review on Preclinical to Clinical Success.
29: Nanotherapy: A Next Generation Hallmark for Combating Cancer.
30: Nanostructures for Cancer Therapy: From Targeting to Selective Toxicology.