Crowley group latest paper highlighted on Chemical Science blog
Thursday 22 December 2011
A paper from James Crowley's research group entitled "Stimuli-responsive Pd2L4 metallosupramolecular cages: towards targeted cisplatin drug delivery" has been highlighted in the chemical science blog of RSC publishing
Promising delivery vehicles for platinum-based drugs include liposomes, polymers and dendrimers, organic macrocycles, nanoparticles, viruses and carbon nanotubes. Now, James Crowley’s group at the University of Otago, New Zealand, have reported the first example of cisplatin inclusion in a metallosupramolecular cage.
Read the full article on the chemical science blog