Original paper

Reconstructed Apoptotic Bodies as Targeted “Nano Decoys” to Treat Intracellular Bacterial Infections within Macrophages and Cancer Cells

Volume: 14, Issue: 5, Pages: 5818 - 5835
Published: Apr 29, 2020
Abstract
Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) is a highly pathogenic facultative anaerobe that in some instances resides as an intracellular bacterium within macrophages and cancer cells. This pathogen can establish secondary infection foci, resulting in recurrent systemic infections that are difficult to treat using systemic antibiotics. Here, we use reconstructed apoptotic bodies (ReApoBds) derived from cancer cells as "nano decoys" to deliver vancomycin...
Paper Details
Title
Reconstructed Apoptotic Bodies as Targeted “Nano Decoys” to Treat Intracellular Bacterial Infections within Macrophages and Cancer Cells
Published Date
Apr 29, 2020
Journal
Volume
14
Issue
5
Pages
5818 - 5835
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