Coassembled cytotoxic and pegylated peptide amphiphiles form filamentous nanostructures with potent antitumor activity in models of breast cancer

Daniel J. Toft, Tyson J. Moyer, Stephany M. Standley, Yves Ruff, Andrey Ugolkov, Samuel I. Stupp, Vincent L. Cryns

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