Collaborative studies in interdisciplinary fields, such as nanomedicine, are critical for developing synergies and robust translationally relevant platforms.
Recently, our team participated in highly rewarding and productive collaborative research efforts with the research groups of Prof. Hélder Santos (on myocardial infarction targeting), Prof. Jarno Salonen (on development of novel hierarchically structured silicon nanoparticles) and Prof. Kamal Mougdil (on development of novel homing peptide that targets demyelinating neuroinflammatory lesions in brain). In these interdisciplinary studies, our researchers contributed their expertise in development of advanced peptidic targeting ligands and nanocarriers. We look forward for future successful joint research endeavors!
- Torrieri G, Fontana F, Figueiredo P, Liu Z, Ferreira MPA, Talman V, Martins JP, Fusciello M, Moslova K, Teesalu T, Cerullo V, Hirvonen J, Ruskoaho H, Balasubramanian V, Santos HA. Dual-peptide functionalized acetalated dextran-based nanoparticles for sequential targeting of macrophages during myocardial infarction. Nanoscale. 2020 Jan 28;12(4):2350-2358. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31930241
- Mäkilä E, Anton Willmore AM, Yu H, Irri M, Aindow M, Teesalu T, Canham LT, Kolasinski KW, Salonen J. Hierarchical Nanostructuring of Porous Silicon with Electrochemical and Regenerative Electroless Etching. ACS Nano. 2019 Nov 26;13(11):13056-13064. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31670505
- Acharya B, Meka RR, Venkatesha SH, Lees JR, Teesalu T, Moudgil KD. A novel CNS-homing peptide for targeting neuroinflammatory lesions in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis. Mol Cell Probes. 2020 Jun;51:101530. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32035108