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Russian Chemical Bulletin

, Volume 66, Issue 11, pp 1982–2008 | Cite as

Folic acid and its derivatives for targeted photodynamic therapy of cancer

  • N. V. Suvorov
  • A. F. Mironov
  • M. A. Grin
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Abstract

The fundamentals of folic acid and folate receptors functioning in the body, changes in the expression level of folate receptors in carcinogenesis, as well as use of folic acid and its derivatives for targeted delivery of photosensitizers to tumors have been reviewed. The ways of increasing the efficacy of photodynamic therapy by creating multifunctional nanoplatforms that ensure both passive targeting and receptor-mediated internalization of photosensitizers in tumor cells have been discussed.

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folic acid targeted therapy photodynamic therapy photosensitizer 

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  1. 1.Moscow Technological UniversityInstitute of Fine Chemical TechnologiesMoscowRussian Federation

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