The Handbook of Nanomedicine

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ISBN: 9781493969661
Release Date: 2017-03-20
Number of pages: 659
Author: Kewal K. Jain
Publisher: Humana Press

Download and read online The Handbook of Nanomedicine in PDF and EPUB Nanomedicine is defined as the application of nanobiotechnology in clinical medicine, which is currently being used to research the pathomechanism of disease, refine molecular diagnostics, and aid in the discovery, development, and delivery of drugs. In The Handbook of Nanomedicine, Third Edition, Prof. Kewal K. Jain updates, reorganizes, and replaces information in the comprehensive second edition in order to capture the most recent advances in this dynamic field. Important components of nanomedicine such as drug delivery via nanobiotechnology and nanopharmaceuticals as well as nanooncology, where the greatest number of advances are occurring, are covered extensively. As this text is aimed at nonmedical scientists, pharmaceutical personnel, as well as physicians, descriptions of the technology involved and other medical terminology are kept as clear and simple as possible. In depth and cutting-edge, The Handbook of Nanomedicine, Third Edition informs its readers of the ever-growing field of nanomedicine, destined to play a significant role in the future of healthcare.


The Handbook of Nanomedicine

Filename: the-handbook-of-nanomedicine.pdf
ISBN: 9781617799839
Release Date: 2012-07-06
Number of pages: 538
Author: Kewal K. Jain
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online The Handbook of Nanomedicine in PDF and EPUB Nanomedicine is defined as the application of nanobiotechnology in clinical medicine, which is currently being used to research the pathomechanism of disease, refine molecular diagnostics, and aid in the discovery, development, and delivery of drugs. In The Handbook of Nanomedicine, Second Edition, Prof. Kewal K. Jain updates, reorganizes, and replaces information in the comprehensive first edition in order to capture the most recent advances in this dynamic field. Important components of nanomedicine such as nanodiagnostics and nanopharmaceuticals, where the greatest number of advances are occurring, are covered extensively. As this text is aimed at nonmedical scientists, pharmaceutical personnel, as well as physicians, descriptions of the technology involved and other medical terminology are kept as clear and simple as possible. In depth and cutting-edge, The Handbook of Nanomedicine, Second Edition informs its readers of the ever-growing field of nanomedicine, destined to play a significant role in the future of healthcare.


The Handbook of Nanomedicine

Filename: the-handbook-of-nanomedicine.pdf
ISBN: 1603273190
Release Date: 2008-02-24
Number of pages: 404
Author: Kewal K. Jain
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online The Handbook of Nanomedicine in PDF and EPUB This handbook covers the broad scope of nanomedicine. Starting with the basics, the subject is developed to potential clinical applications, many of which are still at an experimental stage. The book features extensive coverage of nanodiagnostics and nanopharmaceuticals, which are two important components of nanomedicine. Written by a physician-scientist author who blends his clinical experience and scientific expertise in new technologies, this book provides a definitive account of nanomedicine. It offers more up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of nanomedicine than any other comparable work.


Handbook of Materials for Nanomedicine

Filename: handbook-of-materials-for-nanomedicine.pdf
ISBN: 9789814267588
Release Date: 2010-09-30
Number of pages: 868
Author: Vladimir Torchilin
Publisher: Pan Stanford Publishing

Download and read online Handbook of Materials for Nanomedicine in PDF and EPUB The fast developing field of nanomedicine uses a broad variety of materials to serve as delivery systems for drugs, genes, and diagnostic agents. This book is the first attempt to put under one cover all major available information about these materials, both still on experimental levels and already applied in patients.


The Clinical Nanomedicine Handbook

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ISBN: 9781439834787
Release Date: 2013-12-13
Number of pages: 365
Author: Sara Brenner
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online The Clinical Nanomedicine Handbook in PDF and EPUB Designed to foster a stronger awareness and exploration of the subject by practicing clinicians, medical researchers and scientists, The Clinical Nanomedicine Handbook discusses the integration of nanotechnology, biology, and medicine from a clinical point of view. The book highlights relevant research and applications by specialty; it examines nanotechnology in depth, and the potential to solve medical problems. It also increases literacy in nanotechnology, and allows for more effective communication and collaboration between disciplines. Details worldwide developments in nanomedicine Provides a comprehensive roadmap of the state of nanomedicine in numerous medical specialties Bridges the gap between basic science research, engineering, nanotechnology, and medicine This text discusses what nanomedicine is, how it is currently used, and considers its potential for future applications. It serves as a reference for clinicians, including physicians, nurses, health-care providers, dentists, scientists, and researchers involved in clinical applications of nanotechnology.


Handbook of Harnessing Biomaterials in Nanomedicine

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ISBN: 9789814316460
Release Date: 2012-01-12
Number of pages: 424
Author: Dan Peer
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Handbook of Harnessing Biomaterials in Nanomedicine in PDF and EPUB This book concentrates on the use of biomaterials in nanomedicine. The areas of focus include drug delivery by polymers, lipids, and carbohydrates for the delivery of small molecules, RNA interference, and proteins; the use of nano-proteins such as antibodies and peptides as targeting agents for therapeutics and diagnosis; the use of nanocarrier-based biomaterials for manipulation of stem cells; different aspects of toxicity of nanocarriers (the immune response, liver toxicity, and many more); and success stories of biomaterials that have reached the clinics. The book covers theoretical and experimental analysis of various biomaterials that are used in nanomedicine, research methods and preparation techniques, and several promising applications.


Handbook of Clinical Nanomedicine

Filename: handbook-of-clinical-nanomedicine.pdf
ISBN: 9814669229
Release Date: 2015-07-31
Number of pages: 1500
Author: Raj Bawa
Publisher: Pan Stanford

Download and read online Handbook of Clinical Nanomedicine in PDF and EPUB The exciting advances in nanomedicine in the past two decades highlight the growing need for an authoritative and comprehensive reference that can be relied upon by scientists, clinicians, academics, industry, students, lawyers, and policy-makers alike. With this in mind, the Handbook of Clinical Nanomedicine: Law, Business, Regulation, Safety, and Risk and its related companion volumes in the series aim to provide a broad survey of interconnected topics pertaining to clinical nanomedicine. This is the second volume in the series. Each volume is intended to be a stand‐alone reference source, presented in a user-friendly format for easy access. This volume examines nanomedical products’ entire "product life cycle" from the creation of nanomedical products to the final market introduction. It not only provides a comprehensive roadmap of basic and clinical research but also tackles critical topics such as regulatory science, intellectual property law, risk analysis, toxicology, nano-characterization, and commercialization activities. All chapters contain keywords, figures in full color, author biographies, and an extensive list of references. The handbook is truly essential reading for the novice and the expert alike in fields such as medicine, law, biotechnology, pharmaceutical sciences, engineering, policy, future studies, ethics, licensing, and toxicology, among others. While bridging the gap between basic biomedical research, engineering, medicine, law, and commercialization, the handbook allows readers to gain a thorough understanding of nano’s potential to address medical problems from both the patient and the health provider’s point of view; current applications and potential in a healthcare setting; regulatory, environment, and health issues; and intellectual property, licensing, and commercialization issues as well as business considerations. The editor and assistant editors have skillfully curated each chapter to reflect the most relevant and current information possible. The range of topics covered as well as the diverse selection of distinguished authors is truly impressive. The multidisciplinary approach of this handbook as well as its focus on not only scientific and technical aspects of nanomedicine but also legal, regulatory, policy, and commercial aspects will attract a global audience. In short, the Handbook of Clinical Nanomedicine: Law, Business, Regulation, Safety, and Risk promises to be a standard reference for any serious practitioner in this expansive field.


Handbook of Nanobiomedical Research

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ISBN: 9814520640
Release Date: 2014-08-08
Number of pages: 2000
Author: V. P. Torchilin
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company Incorporated

Download and read online Handbook of Nanobiomedical Research in PDF and EPUB This book will consist of 4 volumes containing about 70 chapters covering all the major aspects of the growing area of nanomedicine. Leading scientists from 15 countries will cover all major areas of nanobiomedical research materials for nanomedicine, application of nanomedicine in therapy of various diseases, use of nanomedicines for diagnostic purposes, technology of nanomedicines, and new trends in nanobiomedical research. This is the first detailed handbook specifically addressing various aspects of nanobiomedicine. Readers will be treated to cutting-edge research and the newest data from leading researchers in this area.


Handbook of Personalized Medicine

Filename: handbook-of-personalized-medicine.pdf
ISBN: 9789814411196
Release Date: 2014-02-12
Number of pages: 1560
Author: Ioannis S. Vizirianakis
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Handbook of Personalized Medicine in PDF and EPUB This book compiles multidisciplinary efforts to conceptualize the environment in research and clinical setting that creates the fertile ground for the practical utility of personalized medicine decisions and also enables clinical pharmacogenomics for establishing pharmacotyping in drug prescription. Its covers innovative drug formulations and nanotheranostics, molecular imaging and signatures, translational nanomedicine and informatics, stem cell therapy approaches, modeling and predictability of drug response, pharmacogenetics-guided drug prescription, pediatric drug dosing, pharmacovigilance and regulatory aspects, ethical and cost-effectiveness issues, pharmacogenomics knowledge bases, personal genome sequencing, molecular diagnostics, as well as information-based medicine.


Springer Handbook of Nanomaterials

Filename: springer-handbook-of-nanomaterials.pdf
ISBN: 9783642205958
Release Date: 2013-08-20
Number of pages: 1221
Author: Robert Vajtai
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Springer Handbook of Nanomaterials in PDF and EPUB The Springer Handbook of Nanomaterials covers the description of materials which have dimension on the "nanoscale". The description of the nanomaterials in this Handbook follows the thorough but concise explanation of the synergy of structure, properties, processing and applications of the given material. The Handbook mainly describes materials in their solid phase; exceptions might be e.g. small sized liquid aerosols or gas bubbles in liquids. The materials are organized by their dimensionality. Zero dimensional structures collect clusters, nanoparticles and quantum dots, one dimensional are nanowires and nanotubes, while two dimensional are represented by thin films and surfaces. The chapters in these larger topics are written on a specific materials and dimensionality combination, e.g. ceramic nanowires. Chapters are authored by well-established and well-known scientists of the particular field. They have measurable part of publications and an important role in establishing new knowledge of the particular field.


Drug Delivery Systems

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ISBN: 9781588298911
Release Date: 2008-03-07
Number of pages: 251
Author: Kewal K. Jain
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Drug Delivery Systems in PDF and EPUB In this concise and systematic book, a team of experts select the most important, cutting-edge technologies used in drug delivery systems. They take into account significant drugs, new technologies such as nanoparticles, and therapeutic applications. The chapters present step-by-step laboratory protocols following the highly successful Methods in Molecular BiologyTM series format, offering readily reproducible results vital for pharmaceutical physicians and scientists.


Handbook of Nanophysics

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ISBN: 1420075454
Release Date: 2016-04-19
Number of pages: 716
Author: Klaus D. Sattler
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Handbook of Nanophysics in PDF and EPUB In the 1990s, nanoparticles and quantum dots began to be used in optical, electronic, and biological applications. Now they are being studied for use in solid-state quantum computation, tumor imaging, and photovoltaics. Handbook of Nanophysics: Nanoparticles and Quantum Dots focuses on the fundamental physics of these nanoscale materials and structures. Each peer-reviewed chapter contains a broad-based introduction and enhances understanding of the state-of-the-art scientific content through fundamental equations and illustrations, some in color. This volume provides an overview of the major categories of nanoparticles, including amorphous, magnetic, ferroelectric, and zinc oxide nanoparticles; helium nanodroplets; and silicon, tetrapod-shaped semiconductor, magnetic ion-doped semiconductor, and natural polysaccharide nanocrystals. It also describes their properties and interactions. In the group of chapters on nanofluids, the expert contributors discuss the stability of nanodispersions, liquid slip at the molecular scale, thermophysical properties, and heat transfer. They go on to examine the theory, self-assembly, and teleportation of quantum dots. Nanophysics brings together multiple disciplines to determine the structural, electronic, optical, and thermal behavior of nanomaterials; electrical and thermal conductivity; the forces between nanoscale objects; and the transition between classical and quantum behavior. Facilitating communication across many disciplines, this landmark publication encourages scientists with disparate interests to collaborate on interdisciplinary projects and incorporate the theory and methodology of other areas into their work.


Handbook of Immunological Properties of Engineered Nanomaterials

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ISBN: 9789814390255
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 692
Author: Marina A. Dobrovolskaia
Publisher: World Scientific

Download and read online Handbook of Immunological Properties of Engineered Nanomaterials in PDF and EPUB The Handbook of Immunological Properties of Engineered Nanomaterials provides a comprehensive overview of the current literature, methodologies, and translational and regulatory considerations in the field of nanoimmunotoxicology. The main subject is the immunological properties of engineered nanomaterials. Focus areas include interactions between engineered nanomaterials and red blood cells, platelets, endothelial cells, professional phagocytes, T cells, B cells, dendritic cells, complement and coagulation systems, and plasma proteins, with discussions on nanoparticle sterility and sterilization. Each chapter presents a broad literature review of the given focus area, describes protocols and resources available to support research in the individual focus areas, highlights challenges, and outlines unanswered questions and future directions. In addition, the Handbook includes an overview of and serves a guide to the physicochemical characterization of engineered nanomaterials essential to conducting meaningful immunological studies of nanoparticles. Regulations related to immunotoxicity testing of materials prior to their translation into the clinic are also reviewed.The Handbook is written by top experts in the field of nanomedicine, nanotechnology, and translational bionanotechnology, representing academia, government, industry, and consulting organizations, and regulatory agencies. The Handbook is designed to serve as a textbook for students, a practical guide for research laboratories, and an informational resource for scientific consultants, reviewers, and policy makers. It is written such that both experts and beginners will find the information highly useful and applicable.


Handbook of Benzoxazine Resins

Filename: handbook-of-benzoxazine-resins.pdf
ISBN: 9780444537911
Release Date: 2011-07-13
Number of pages: 712
Author: Hatsuo Ishida
Publisher: Elsevier

Download and read online Handbook of Benzoxazine Resins in PDF and EPUB This handbook provides a wide overview of the field, fundamental understanding of the synthetic methods and structure/property correlation, as well as studies related to applications in a wide range of subjects. The handbook also provides 1H and 13C NMR spectra, FTIR spectra, DSC and TGA thermograms to aid in research activities. Additional tables on key NMR and FTIR frequencies unique to benzoxazine, heat of polymerization, Tg, and char yield will greatly aid in the choice of proper benzoxazine for a specific application. Provides thorough coverage of the chemistry and applications of benzoxazine resins with an evidence-based approach to enable chemists, engineers and material scientists to evaluate effectiveness Features spectra, which allow researchers to compare results, avoid repetition and save time as well as tables on key NMR frequency, IR frequency, heat of polymerization, of many benzoxazine resins to aid them in selection of materials Written by the foremost experts in the field


Biomedical Applications of Hydrogels Handbook

Filename: biomedical-applications-of-hydrogels-handbook.pdf
ISBN: 144195919X
Release Date: 2010-09-05
Number of pages: 432
Author: Raphael M. Ottenbrite
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Biomedical Applications of Hydrogels Handbook in PDF and EPUB Hydrogels are networks of polymer chains which can produce a colloidal gel containing over 99 per cent water. The superabsorbency and permeability of naturally occurring and synthetic hydrogels give this class of materials an amazing array of uses. These uses range from wound dressings and skin grafts to oxygen-permeable contact lenses to biodegradable delivery systems for drugs or pesticides and scaffolds for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Biomedical Applications of Hydrogels Handbook provides a comprehensive description of this diverse class of materials, covering both synthesis and properties and a broad range of research and commercial applications. The Handbook is divided into four sections: Stimuli-Sensitive Hydrogels, Hydrogels for Drug Delivery, Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering, and Hydrogels with Unique Properties. Key Features: Provides comprehensive coverage of the basic science and applications of a diverse class of materials Includes both naturally occurring and synthetic hydrogels Edited and written by world leaders in the field.