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Low-Temperature Photothermal Therapy: Strategies and Applications

Table 2

Strategies for low-temperature PTT for cancer treatments.

StrategiesAgents for strategiesPTAsReference

HSP downregulationHSP inhibitionSmall-molecule HSP inhibitorsGAdc-IR825[27]
ICG[93]
Bi@ZIF-8 NPs[94]
HMCSs[95]
Semiconducting polymer[96]
BPQDs[97]
GO[98]
QuQu-FeIIPs[99]
AuNRs[100]
17-AAGCypate[101]
VER-155008AuNRs[102]
PESPEDOT[103]
EGCGLu:Nd@NiS2 NPs[104]
BIIB021IR780[105]
siRNA HSP70 inhibitorsCypate[106]
Gold nanoshells[107]
PDA[108]
Cancer starvation therapyDCGNRs[113]
GOxICG[32]
ICG[117]
PB NPs[118]
M-NSM-NS[119]
siPKM2ICG[120]

Autophagy-mediated cancer therapyAutophagy inhibitionCQ or chloroquine diphosphatePDA[129]
PDA[130]
PDA[131]
PDA[132]
Autophagy augmentBeclin 1-derived peptidePDA[133]

Organelle-targeting strategiesNucleusTAT peptidesPd nanosheets[14]
Vanadium carbide QDs[140]
Chitosan-coated ruthenium(IV) oxide NPsChitosan-coated ruthenium(IV) oxide NPs[141]
Hf-HI-4COOH-based NCPsHf-HI-4COOH[142]
MitochondrionLipophilic iridium(III)Fe3O4 NPs[143]
Integrin and cytoskeletonRGD peptidesAuNRs[144]
Multiple organellesPEG-PtCNPsPtCNPs[145]