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Molecular insights and therapeutic implications of nanoengineered dietary polyphenols for targeting lung carcinoma: part I - Supplementary table

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posted on 2023-01-13, 10:15 authored by Sabya Sachi Das, Srushti Tambe, Priya Ranjan Prasad Verma, Purnima D. Amin, Neeru Singh, Sandeep Kumar Singh, Piyush Kumar Gupta

Lung cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related mortality globally, and non-small-cell lung

cancer accounts for most lung cancer cases. Nanotechnology-based drug-delivery systems have exhibited

immense potential in lung cancer therapy due to their fascinating physicochemical characteristics, in vivo

stability, bioavailability, prolonged and targeted delivery, gastrointestinal absorption and therapeutic

efficiency of their numerous chemotherapeutic agents. However, traditional chemotherapeutics have

systemic toxicity issues; therefore, dietary polyphenols might potentially replace them in lung cancer

treatment. Polyphenol-based targeted nanotherapeutics have demonstrated interaction with a multitude

of protein targets and cellular signaling pathways that affect major cellular processes. This review

summarizes the various molecular mechanisms and targeted therapeutic potentials of nanoengineered

dietary polyphenols in the effective management of lung cancer.

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