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Advanced Nanomaterials for Point of Care Diagnosis and Therapy

  • Book
  • March 2022
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 5446537

Advanced Nanomaterials for Point of Care Diagnosis and Therapy provides an overview of technological and emerging novel trends in how point-of-care diagnostic devices are designed, miniaturized built, and delivered at different healthcare set ups. It describes the significant technological advances in fundamental diagnostic components and recent advances in fully integrated devices designed for specific clinical use. The book covers state-of-the-art fabrication of advances materials with broad spectrum therapeutic applications. It includes drug delivery, biosensing, bioimaging and targeting, and outlines the development of inexpensive, effective and portable in vitro diagnostics tools for any purpose that can be used onsite.

Sections also discuss drug delivery, biosensing, bioimaging and targeting and various metal, metal oxide and non-metal-based nanomaterials that are developed, surface modified, and are being explored for diagnosis, targeting, drug delivery, drug release and imaging. The book concludes with current needs and future challenges in the field.

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Table of Contents

1. Nanomaterials Based Biosensors 2. Emerging technology for point-of-Care Diagnostics: Recent Developments 3. Quantum dots enabled point-of -care diagnostics: A new dimension to the nanodiagnosis 4. Nanomaterials based Disposable Electrochemical Devices for Point- of-care Diagnosis 5. Fabrication of Nanomaterials for Biomedical Imaging 6. Surface modification with nanomaterials for electrochemical biosensing application 7. Nanomaterials for Sensors: Synthesis and Applications 8. A comprehensive study towards the treatment of inflammatory diseases through nanoparticles 9. Recent Developments of Nanomaterial-Based Sensor for Healthcare Applications and Research 10. Hybrid organic or inorganic nanomaterials for healthcare diagnostics 11. Carbon nanomaterials :application as sensors for diagnostics 12. Modification of Screen Printed Electrode with Nano materials 13. Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Nanomaterials for Therapeutic and Diagnostic Imaging Applications 14. Emerging strategies in Nanotheranostics:A paradigm shift 15. Nanoparticles in Dentistry 16. Advanced Nanomaterial for Point of Care Chemotherapy 17. Drug loaded nanomaterials for hematological malignancies diagnosis and enhanced targeted therapy 18. DNA Nanotechnology based point-of-care theranostics devices 19. Current trends in theranostic approaches using nanotechnology for Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma 20. Strategic synthesis diagnostic novel nano materials against infectious Diseases: Past, Present, and Future." 21. Synthesis and Applications of Carbon Nanomaterials-Based Sensors 22. Synthesis of Nanomaterials for Sensors Applications 23. Nanomedicines for treatment of Fungal diseases 24. Technological advancement in nanodiagnostics Point of Care test development for biomedical application 25. Smart and Intelligent vehicles for drug delivery: Theranostic nanorobots

Authors

Sushma Dave Associate Professor, Department of applied sciences, JIET, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. Dr. Sushma Dave received her Master of Science in 1993 and a PhD in analytical and environmental chemistry from Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur in 1999. She also completed her bachelors of Law in 2018.She has been involved continuously in the field of higher education since 1999 teaching Pure, Applied Chemistry, Biology, Solid waste management, Waste water treatment and Environmental chemistry to students of Engineering and basic sciences. She also served as a Research Associate in Soil Chemistry and microbiology Division CAZRI, Jodhpur. Currently she is working as an Associate Professor in Jodhpur Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mogra, and Jodhpur Rajasthan India. She has published and presented over 50 papers in international and national journals, conferences and participated in various workshops and training programs. Her areas of interest are Electrochemistry, Environmental science, Nanotechnology, Soil biochemistry and bio fertilizers. She has published a number of chapters with Elsevier and springer text books and currently working on a funded project in the proposed area. Jayashankar Das Director of Research, Valnizen Healthcare Pvt Ltd. Dr. Das received his PhD in Biotechnology and served as a Scientist at IBSD, DBT, and Government of India. He is founder and CEO of Valnizen which deals with regulatory documents and healthcare compliances and support services to African and southeast Asian countries. He has served as Joint Director to Gujarat State Biotechnology Mission, DST, and Joint Director to Gujarat Biotechnology Research Centre, DST, both from Government of Gujarat. He has served as Director, Savli Technology Business Incubator, DST, Government of Gujarat, India. He was actively involved in development and implementation of various policies and action plans like Biotechnology policy, Innovation policy, Interpole disaster management policy, start-up policy for many Universities and Government. His research team is involved in addressing societal challenges via cutting-edge research viz. development of molecular diagnostics for infectious diseases, development of universal vaccine candidate for emerging diseases, development of miRNA based targeted therapeutics, and artificial intelligence in healthcare applications. Sougata Ghosh Assistant Professor and Research Co-ordinator, Department of Microbiology, School of Science, RK University, Gujarat, India. Dr. Sougata Ghosh currently works as a visiting professor in the Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Kasetsart University in Bangkok, Thailand. He was a visiting professor at Department of Chemical Engineering, Northeastern University inBoston, USA. He is also an associate professor in the Department of Microbiology, School of Science, RK. University inIndia. He obtained his B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Microbiology from the Savitribai Phule Pune University in India. He is the principal investigator of the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India-funded Foldscope Research Project. He has filed three patents on novel nanodrugs and has published 77 book chapters and more than 69 highly cited research articles in various international journals like the International Journal of Nanomedicine, Journal of Nanobiotechnology, Journal of Nanomaterials, and the Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. He is editor of 5 International Books and his book entitled "Dioscorea bulbifera: A model system in nanobiotechnology and medicine” is the most referred and voluminous comprehensive report on traditional medicinal plants. As a speaker, he has addressed numerous international conferences such as IJAS-2017 at Harvard University, ITNANO, Northeastern University, Boston, USA; ASM Biodefense, Washington D.C., USA; Nano-Bio-Med 2013, Trieste, Italy and BioMicroWorld2013, Madrid, Spain. He is a member of the Reviewer's Team of 37 reputed journals, and a life member of the Association of Microbiologists of India (AMI). His area of research consists of but is not limited to nanomedicine, microbial metabolism, bioprospecting, bioremediation, biofilms, cancer and diabetes.