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Nanomedicine-combined immunotherapy for cancer
Huang,Shigao1,2; Zhao,Qi1,2
2020
Source PublicationCurrent Medicinal Chemistry
ISSN0929-8673
Volume27Issue:34Pages:5716-5729
Abstract

Background: Immunotherapy for cancer includes Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR)-T cells, CAR-natural Killer (NK) cells, PD1, and the PD-L1 inhibitor. However, the proportion of patients who respond to cancer immunotherapy is not satisfactory. Concurrently, nanotechnology has experienced a revolution in cancer diagnosis and therapy. There are few clinically approved nanoparticles that can selectively bind and target cancer cells and incorporate molecules, although many therapeutic nanocarriers have been approved for clinical use. There are no systematic reviews outlining how nanomedicine and immunotherapy are used in combination to treat cancer. Objective: This review aims to illustrate how nanomedicine and immunotherapy can be used for cancer treatment to overcome the limitations of the low proportion of patients who respond to cancer immunotherapy and the rarity of nanomaterials in clinical use. Methods: A literature review of MEDLINE, PubMed / PubMed Central, and Google Scholar was performed. We performed a structured search of literature reviews on nanoparticle drug-delivery systems, which included photodynamic therapy, photothermal therapy, photoacoustic therapy, and immunotherapy for cancer. Moreover, we detailed the advantages and disadvantages of the various nanoparticles incorporated with molecules to discuss the challenges and solutions associated with cancer treatment. Conclusion: This review identified the advantages and disadvantages associated with improving health care and outcomes. The findings of this review confirmed the importance of nanomedicine-combined immunotherapy for improving the efficacy of cancer treatment. It may become a new way to develop novel cancer therapeutics using nanomaterials to achieve synergistic anticancer immu-nity.

Keyword(Car)-t Cells Cancer Immunotherapy Car-nk Cells Drug Delivery Nanomedicine Synergistic Effect
DOI10.2174/0929867326666190618161610
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Indexed BySCIE
Language英語English
WOS Research AreaBiochemistry & Molecular Biology ; Pharmacology & Pharmacy
WOS SubjectBiochemistry & Molecular Biology ; Chemistry, Medicinal ; Pharmacology & Pharmacy
WOS IDWOS:000581009700003
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionFaculty of Health Sciences
Corresponding AuthorZhao,Qi
Affiliation1.Cancer Center,Faculty of Health Sciences,University of Macau,Taipa,China
2.Institute of Translational Medicine,Faculty of Health Sciences,University of Macau,Taipa,China
First Author AffilicationCancer Centre;  Faculty of Health Sciences
Corresponding Author AffilicationCancer Centre;  Faculty of Health Sciences
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Huang,Shigao,Zhao,Qi. Nanomedicine-combined immunotherapy for cancer[J]. Current Medicinal Chemistry,2020,27(34):5716-5729.
APA Huang,Shigao,&Zhao,Qi.(2020).Nanomedicine-combined immunotherapy for cancer.Current Medicinal Chemistry,27(34),5716-5729.
MLA Huang,Shigao,et al."Nanomedicine-combined immunotherapy for cancer".Current Medicinal Chemistry 27.34(2020):5716-5729.
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