Biophotonics provides a great development space for the development of biotechnology and basic biomedical research, and light-guided or light-activated disease diagnosis and treatment technology in clinical medicine has long been a booming research field.
Recently, a team has proposed innovative photoactivatable vanadium-doped binding protein nanoparticles (NPs), which can allow biological light absorption and NIR-responsive anticancer therapeutic effects in a highly biocompatible, site-specific manner. Triple peak photothermal-gas-chemotherapy treatment. In the future, laser photoelectricity is expected to be more widely used in anti-cancer treatment.
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