Handbook of Nano-biomaterials for Therapeutics and Diagnostic Applications covers in-depth topics on nano-biomaterials and nano drug delivery systems (biosensors and bioimaging) involving polymer nanocomposites, metal nanocomposites, and other carbon family fibers and proteins. The book covers the current application of tiny machines or nanodevices and their use as early detection systems for life threatening diseases, giving detailed literature on the development of nanodevices, their use as diagnostic tools, and their present trend in the industry and market. In addition, their synthesis, potential applications and future of smart nanodevices in diagnosis of diseases and their use as smart clinical devices is covered.
Users will find sections on recent advances in interdisciplinary research on the processing, morphology, structure and properties of nanostructured materials and their applications in drug delivery for various diseases such as cancer, tuberculosis, Alzheimer disease, ophthalmic diseases, and more.
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1. Nanosomes (ex., liposomes) for Drug Delivery
2. Nanomaterials for Bioimaging studies
3. Exosomes RNA's as a biomarkers for Cancer therapy
4. Tumoural delivery of nanotherapeutics
5. Bio-compatibility and safety of nano-biomaterials
6. Analytical methods for the characterization of Bio-nanomaterials
7. Instrumental Analytical Techniques for physicochemical characterization of Bio-nanomaterials
8. Self-assembly, Dendrimers and Polymer nanoparticles
9. Nanosomes for drug delivery: Recent advances and future prospects
10. Applications of nanoscale particles in antimicrobial photodynamic therapy
11. Nanomaterials for Orthopaedic Implants and Applications
12. Nano-Theraputics: Tumor Delivery of Drugs and Genes Using Nanoparticles for Synergistic Theraputic Effects in the Modern Pharmaceutical World for Welfare of Humans
13. Advanced Drug Delivery Applications of Self-assembled Nanostructures and Polymeric Nanoparticles
14. Theranostics and Radiopharmaceuticals in Cancer
15. Photoluminescence MoS2 based 2D nanostructured for therapeutic, and device applications
16. Latest advances in triple-negative breast cancer nanotheranostics
17. Drug Nano Crystals
18. Nanocarriers in Novel Drug Delivery Systems
19. Emerging Theranostic Silver and Gold Nanobiomaterials for Breast Cancer: Present Status and Future Prospects
20. Emerging Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles Mediated Controlled and Targeted Drug Delivery System: Present Status and Future Prospects
21. Exosomes as an emerging nanoplatforms for Functional Therapeutics
22. Significance of Nanosomes in diagnosis of Alzhemier's disease
23. Nanobiosensors for Theranostic Applications
24. Polyelectrolytes multifaceted magnetic microcapsules for magnetic drug targeting at rheumatoid arthritic joints
Costing: option 1 with proofredaing Sarojini Jeeva Panchu Department of Physics, University of the Free State, PO Box 339, Bloemfontein, 9300, South Africa. Mrs Sarojini Jeeva Panchu has expertise in functional nano-materials for energy and biomedical applications. She has worked as a research assistant in central electrochemical research institute (CSIR-CECRI), Karaikudi, India from 2012- 2016. She received national research foundation (DST-NRF) fellowship in South Africa for doctoral research at Discipline of physics, School of chemistry and physics, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa. She has published scientific articles in international peer-reviewed journals and membership in energy science society of India (ESSI). Her research interest includes nanomaterials synthesis by using hydrothermal, solvothermal, physical vapour deposition and chemical vapour deposition methods, solar cells, electrochemistry, fabrication of energy storage energy conversion and sensor devices systems for multianalyte analysis. Quan-Sheng Chen Professor, School of Food and Biological Engineering, Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang, PR China. Dr. Chen Quan-Sheng is working as Professor in the School of Food & Biological Engineering, Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang, PR China. He is a member of several scientific associations and editorial boards. He is Visiting Scholar University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA. He has successfully supervised over 12 postgraduate students. He has applied for 51 invention patents, and 31 of them have been authorized including a US patent and 30 CN patents. His research interest includes Rapid & non-destructive detection of Agri-product & food Real-time quality monitoring and control in food processing, Emerging analytical techniques for food quality and safety, including near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy, biosensors, and hyperspectral imaging.