Tuning the Drug Loading and Release of DNA‐Assembled Gold‐Nanorod Superstructures
Vahid Raeesi, Leo YT Chou, Warren CW Chan
Advanced Materials, Volume 28, Issue 38 | DOI:10.1002/adma.201600773
The use of DNA to assemble inorganic nanoparticles into superstructures is an emerging strategy to build non‐toxic delivery vehicles for targeting diseases in the body. The impact of the core–satellite nanosystem design in mediating drug storage, drug release (via heat), and killing of HeLa cells in culture is investigated.