Our research papers, reviews and invited scientific blog on our drug delivery platform technology
Crossing the Blood-Brain Barrier with Nanoligand Drug Carriers Self-assembled from a Phage Display Peptide
In a paper published in Nature Communications (October 2019), we show hierarchial forms of a brain-specific phage-derived peptide (herein as NanoLigand Carriers, NLCs) target cerebral endothelial cells through transferrin receptor and the receptor for advanced glycation-end products, cross the blood-brain-barrier and reach neurons and microglial cells.
Nature Communication, October 2019
Drug Delivery to the Brain: Self-Assembled Phage Mimetics for Crossing the Blood-Brain-Barrier
We show that hierarchical forms of a phage display peptide efficiently target the brain and ferry nucleic acid medicines to neurons and microglia.
Nature Bioengineering Community, October 2019
Phage Mimetic Self-Assemblies Deliver Nucleic Acids to the Brain
The Blood-Brain Barrier (BBB) accounts for the failure of large number of promising neurotherapeutics including nucleic acid therapies. We show that phage mimetic self assemblies Nanocarrier Ligands (NLCs) carry nucleic acid therapeutics to the brain effectively and safely.
The Nanomed Zone, February 2020