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Schematic illustration of the design concept for self-assembling drug amphiphiles

(Left) Schematic illustration of the design concept for self-assembling drug amphiphiles. The drug loading within the self-assembled nanostructures is defined by the nature of molecular design. (Right) TEM image of nanotubes formed by self-assembly of a drug amphiphile containing four camptothecin drugs. These nanotubes possess a fixed drug loading of 38 percent (w/w).

Credit: Cui Lab, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department, Johns Hopkins University


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Headshot of Honggang Cui, Johns Hopkins University.

Honggang Cui is assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at Johns Hopkins University.

Credit: Mary Spiro, Johns Hopkins University


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