An in vitro and in vivo study of peptide-functionalized nanoparticles for brain targeting: The importance of selective blood–brain barrier uptake

Gerard H. Bode, G.M.J.P.C. Coué, Christian Freese, Karin E. Pickl, Maria Sanchez-Purrà, Berta Albaiges, Salvador Borrós, Ewoud C. van Winden, Leto Aikaterini Tziveleka, Zili Sideratou, Johan F.J. Engbersen, Smriti Singh, Krystyna Albrecht, Jürgen Groll, Martin Möller, Andy J.G. Pötgens, Christoph Schmitz, Eleonore Fröhlich, Christian Grandfils, Frank M. SinnerC. James Kirkpatrick, Harry W.M. Steinbusch, Hans Georg Frank, Ronald E. Unger, Pilar Martinez-Martinez*

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