Photonanotechnology for Therapeutics and Imaging surveys major concepts and recent advances in the use of photonanotechnology with nanomaterials reported in various interdisciplinary fields, including chemistry, materials science, biomedical engineering and biomedicine. This book discusses the impact of this technology on the advancement of therapeutic modalities and imaging methods in cancers, infectious diseases and other serious diseases. Photonanotechnology studies the design principle, application and development of photoactive nanomaterials. It applies light-controlled strategies for the development of nanotherapeutics, imaging agents and diagnostic nanodevices.
Please Note: This is an On Demand product, delivery may take up to 11 working days after payment has been received.
1. Light Sources for Photonanotechnology 2. Hybrid Nanogels for Photoacoustic Imaging and Photothermal Therapy 3. Graphene-based Nanomaterials for Healthcare Applications 4. The NIR-responsive Gold Nanoparticles Based Photothermal Agents: from Synthesis to Anticancer Applications 5. Dual Imaging-Photodynamic Therapy Anticancer Theranostic Nanoparticles 6. Upconversion nanoparticles: A toolbox for biomedical applications 7. Imaging and Therapy with Upconversion Nanoparticles 8. Application of Lanthanide-Doped Luminescence Nanoparticles in Imaging and Therapeutics 9. Photo-cleavable Linkers: Design and Applications in Nanotechnology 10. Photocontrolled Nanosystems for Antitumor Drug Delivery 11. Photocontrolled Nanosystems for Antibacterial Drug Delivery 12. Upconversion Nanocrystals for Near Infrared-Controlled Drug Delivery
Seok Ki Choi is Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at the Michigan Nanotechnology Institute for Medicine and Biological Sciences at the University of Michigan Medical School, USA. He is also Associate Editor of the Elsevier journal NanoImpact. His research is focused on the development of nanotechnology platforms for targeted drug delivery and imaging devices in cancers and infectious diseases, and on exploring the active release mechanisms using photochemistry.