2 edition of The Delivery of Nanoparticles found in the catalog.
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Nanoparticle is a general challenge for today"s technology and the near future observations of science. Nanoparticles cover mostly all types of sciences and manufacturing technologies. The properties of this particle are flying over today scientific barriers and have passed the limitations of conventional sciences. This is the reason why nanoparticles have been evaluated for the use in many fields. InTech publisher and the contributing authors of this book in nanoparticles are all overconfident to invite all scientists to read this new book. The book"s potential was held until it was approached by the art of exploring the most advanced research in the field of nano-scale particles, preparation techniques and the way of reaching their destination. 25 reputable chapters were framed in this book and there were alienated into four altered sections; Toxic Nanoparticles, Drug Nanoparticles, Biological Activities and Nano-Technology
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The NCL has recently published a follow-on book to its Characterization of nanoparticles intended for drug second edition book, now available for download or purchase, offers new and updated protocols for sterility and endotoxin testing, surface coating quantitation, ICP-MS of biological matrices, in vitro hematotoxicity and immunotoxicity, as well as in vitro methods for. Description The present book covers all research areas related to magnetic nanoparticles, magnetic nanorods, and other magnetic nanospecies, their preparation, characterization, and various applications, specifically emphasizing biomedical applications. The chapters written by the leading experts cover different subareas of the science and technology related to various Seller Rating: % positive.
Metal Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery and Diagnostic Applications addresses the lifecycle of metal nanoparticles, from synthesis and characterization, to applications in drug delivery and targeting. It is an important resource for those in biomaterials, nanomedicine and pharmaceutical sciences, exploring gold, silver and iron-based drug. Nanoparticle drug delivery systems are engineered technologies that use nanoparticles for the targeted delivery and controlled release of therapeutic agents. The modern form of a drug delivery system should minimize side-effects and reduce both dosage and dosage frequency. Recently, nanoparticles have aroused attention due to their potential application for effective drug delivery.
Significant research has examined nanoparticles (NPs) for use as targeted delivery vehicles for therapeutic cargo, however, major clinical success has been limited. Current work focuses mainly on liposomal and polymer‐based NPs, but emerging research is exploring the engineering of viral capsids as noninfectious protein‐based NPs—termed Cited by: Herein, we reported the sole use of tea polyphenols to fabricate TP nanoparticles for chemo-drug delivery in cancer treatment. The TP nanoparticles (TP-NPs) with diameters of – nm, exhibited a high doxorubicin hydrochloride (DOXHCl) loading by:
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The book includes not only the theory behind nanoparticles, but also the practical applications of nanotechnology. It examines future possibilities and new innovations and contains important knowledge on nanoparticle characterization and the effect of nanoparticles on the environment and on humans.
26 rows The book's potential was held until it was approached by the art of exploring the most Cited by: TiO 2 nanoparticles can be effectively considered as one of the most promising candidates for biomedical applications because of their excellent properties such as nontoxicity, low cost, biosafety, and biocompatibility and their extensive usage in daily life as nanocarriers for drug-delivery purposes.
This book covers research, new techniques and new materials of nanotechnology for The Delivery of Nanoparticles book to boost their functions. Synthesized nanoparticles provide biomedical applications to drug delivery, tumor detection, genetic disease diagnosis, photothermal therapy, and more.
Among the various metal nanoparticle gold nanoparticles (GNPs) are an obvious choice due to its inert, amenability of synthesis, high functionalization, fictionalization ability, higher absorption coefficient, good biocompatibility, less cytotoxic, ease of detection, and potential capability of targeted delivery, hence it is extensively used Cited by: 1.
This unique book is the only one to discuss various new techniques developed to enhance the application of nanoparticulate drug delivery systems using surface modification of nanoparticles. The understanding of the surface characteristics nano-particles is growing significantly with the advent of new analytical cturer: Springer.
Lastly, discusses the challenges and opportunities to manufacture nanoparticles on an industrial scale. This book is the first of its kind to focus on the design, development and delivery of nanoparticles when administered by different mucosal routes.
Follicular delivery and the related mechanisms of nanoparticles. +2 Lipid nanoparticles as an approach for topical delivery via the follicular route reviewed in this article. Book Description.
Nanoparticles, products of nanotechnology, are of increasing interest to the pharmaceutical community. They can increase drug solubility, enhance bioavailability, allow tissue targeting, offer decreased side-effects, and improve therapeutic efficacy.
The book contains fourteen review chapters organized according to the applications of nanoparticles; six chapters are devoted to applications of nanoscale catalysis, three chapters on focused on energy aspects and four chapter summarize different drug delivery systems.
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Nanoparticle Technology for Drug Delivery (Drugs and the Pharmaceutical Sciences)Price: $ This bibliometric study investigated the public trends in the fields of nanoparticles which is limited to drug delivery and magnetic nanoparticles’ literature published from to October The data were collected from the Web of Science Core Collections, and a network analysis of research outputs was carried out to analyse the research Author: Saba Ale Ebrahim, Amirhossein Ashtari, Maysam Zamani Pedram, Nader Ale Ebrahim.
Book Description. Exploring fundamental concepts, Drug Delivery Nanoparticles Formulation and Characterization presents key aspects of nanoparticulate system development for various therapeutic applications and provides advanced methods used to file for regulatory approval.
This comprehensive guide features: Process Analytical Techniques (PAT) used in manufacturing. Nanoparticles and drug delivery. Drug delivery and related pharmaceutical development in the context of nanomedicine should be viewed as science and technology of nanometer scale complex systems (10– nm), consisting of at least two components, one of which is a pharmaceutically active ingredient (Duncan ; Ferrari ), although nanoparticle Cited by: This book focuses on the application of nanotechnology to deliver drugs and biological agents by the mucosal routes of administration i.e.
nasal, pulmonary, buccal, and oral provides an overview of nanotechnology in drug delivery with a description of different types of nanoparticles, methods of preparation and characterization, and functionalization for site-specific drug delivery.
Unique benefits of nanotechnology to drug delivery and diagnostics / Scott E. McNeil --Challenges for nanoparticle characterization / Scott E.
McNeil --Considerations when submitting nanotherapeutics to FDA/CDER for regulatory review / Katherine Tyner and Nakissa Sadrieh --Measuring the hydrodynamic size of nanoparticles in aqueous media using. Background. The first successful delivery of a drug across the BBB occurred in The drug used was hexapeptide dalargin, an anti-nociceptive peptide that cannot cross the BBB alone.
It was encapsulated in polysorbate 80 coated nanoparticles and intravenously injected. This was a huge breakthrough in the nanoparticle drug delivery field, and it helped advance research and.
The diverse structures and properties of nanoparticles make them useful tools for both fundamental studies and pragmatic applications in a range of disciplines.
This volume is intended to explore this diversity. The first section covers on formation of nanoparticles, and assembly of these systems into structured systems.
The second section focuses on both the fundamental 5/5(1). The book's potential was held until it was approached by the art of exploring the most advanced research in the field of nano-scale particles, preparation techniques and the way of reaching their destination.
25 reputable chapters were framed in this book and there were alienated into four altered sections; Toxic Nanoparticles, Drug. Hibbitts A, Lieggi N, McCabe O, Thomas W, Barlow J, O’Brien F, et al.
Screening of siRNA nanoparticles for delivery to airway epithelial cells using high-content analysis. Ther Deliv. ;2(8)– CrossRef PubMed PubMedCentral Google Scholar. These nanoparticles have found broad applications in immunoassay, bioseparation, medical imaging and diagnosis, as well as drug delivery and cancer therapy.
Nanoparticles generally refer to particles in the size range of to nm, where particles show completely novel physicochemical properties from their bulk counterpart.This book will be the first of its kind to focus on the design, development and delivery of nanoparticles when administered by different mucosal routes.
Discover the world's research.Jain T K, Richey J, Strand M, Leslie-Pelecky D L, Flask C A and Labhasetwar V Magnetic nanoparticles with dual functional properties: drug delivery and magnetic resonance imaging Biomaterials 29 – Crossref.