Glycans in nanomedicine, impact and perspectives
In nanomedicine, glycans can be exploited as components of nanoparticles or nanostructured biomaterials and as molecular cues for selective interactions for targeting or to induce cell fates. Find out more about the role of glycans in nanomedicine in this editorial, brought to RxNet members by Future Medicinal Chemistry.
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