Juge Technology has been engaged in the research and development of precise temperature measurement thermal imaging cameras for more than ten years, helping researchers in various fields to engage in cutting-edge scientific research. The following lists some papers on cell targeting research in the field of life sciences.

19. Water-Soluble Hyaluronic Acid-Hybrided Polyaniline NanoparTIcles for EffecTIvely Targeted Photothermal Therapy,2014年1月发表于Journal of Materials Chemistry B

This study developed a water-soluble hyaluronic acid hybrid polyaniline nanoparticles (HAPANI NPs) as a nanoplatform for photothermal therapy (PTT) with CD44-mediated targeting specificity to cancer cells. The study used a giant technology infrared thermal imager to observe the temperature changes of HA-PANI NPs solution and pure water at different time periods under 808nm laser irradiation: The photothermal images of pure water and HA-PANI NPs in aqueous soluTIon were taken by Infrared camera (MAG30, Magnity Electronics, China) in conjuncTIon with the 808 nm laser.

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20. A Facile Strategy to Prepare Dendrimer-stabilized Gold Nanorods with Sub-10-nm Size for Efficient Photothermal Cancer Therapy,2016年3月发表于Nature

In this study, pure gold sub-10 nm-sized dendritic stabilized gold nanorods (DSAuNRs) were successfully synthesized with high photothermal effect. The glycidol-modified DSAuNR exhibited excellent biocompatibility and further showed high photothermal efficiency in killing cancer cells in vitro and retarding tumor growth in vivo. In this study, the photothermal effect of gold nanoparticles was studied using a thermal imager of Magnity Technology and animal experiments: An infrared thermal camera (Magnity Electronics, China) was employed to record the temperature and thermographs of the reaction solution.

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21. Osteotropic peptide-mediated bone targeting for photothermal treatment of bone tumors, published in Biomaterials in January 2017

In this paper, a bone-targeting nanoparticle, aspartate octapeptide-modified dendritic platinum-copper alloy nanoparticle (Asp-DPCN), was developed for photothermal therapy (PTT) of bone tumors, using Juge Technology Thermal imaging cameras study their photothermal effects: The temperatures were recorded by an infrared thermal camera (Magnity Electronics, China).

22. Autophagy inhibition enabled efficient photothermal therapy at a mild temperature, published in Biomaterials in October 2017

Heterogeneously distributed hyperthermia in nanomaterial-mediated photothermal therapy often results in incomplete tumor eradication and severe damage to healthy tissue. In this study, a chloroquine-loaded polydopamine nanoparticle formulation for sensitized photothermal cancer therapy was developed. In vitro and in vivo studies showed that inhibition of autophagy significantly enhanced the efficacy of photothermal therapy, which effectively inhibited the efficacy of photothermal therapy at mild temperatures. tumor. The regulation of autophagy provides a new avenue to improve the efficacy of photothermal cancer therapy. An infrared thermal imaging camera (Magnity Electronics, China) was used to record the temperature changes.

23. Photosensitizer-loaded biomimetic platform for multimodal imaging-guided synergistic phototherapy,2018年8月发表于RSC Advances

This study designed polydopamine melanin nanoparticles (PDMNs) as a delivery platform for the photosensitizer Chlorin e6 (PDMN-Ce6) and realized its application as a theranostic agent for tumor therapy. PDMN–Ce6 exhibits excellent biocompatibility, good water solubility and high loading capacity for Ce6. In vivo studies showed that the accumulation of PDMN–Ce6 at tumor sites was 2.8-fold higher than that of free Ce6 at 24 h after injection, which is beneficial for MR/PA imaging. Moreover, synergistic therapy significantly inhibited tumor growth, resulting in tumor necrosis and inhibition of tumor angiogenesis. These results suggest that the biomimetic and biocompatible platform of this study can improve the delivery of Ce6 to tumors, enabling multimodal imaging-guided tumor synergistic phototherapy. The temperature changes in the tumors were monitored using a MAGNITY f15F1 infrared camera.

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24. S,S-Tetrazine-Based Hydrogels with Visible Light Cleavable Properties for On-Demand Anticancer Drug Delivery,2020年9月发表于AAAS Research

Photodegradable hydrogels are of great interest in the fields of controlled drug delivery, stem cell fate modulation, surface patterning, and smart devices. The hydrogels prepared in this study were effectively degraded under UV or green light irradiation, and hydrogen peroxide could significantly promote the degradation kinetics. Correspondingly, hydrogels loaded with calcium peroxide microparticles or glucose oxidase/catalase enable precise and efficient in vivo photocontrol of gel degradation and drug release for cancer therapy. In this study, the thermographs and temperatures were recorded using an infrared camera (Magnity Electronics, China)

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The above are some of the cell-targeted research work carried out in the field of life sciences using Juge Technology's thermal imaging cameras. Juge Technology is committed to providing scientific-grade accurate temperature measurement thermal imaging cameras for cutting-edge scientific research fields, helping researchers to achieve first-class scientific research results. Welcome to contact us for consultation.



Reviewing Editor Huang Haoyu

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