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This volume is the first to combine in one book both nanodevice assembly from biomaterials as well as nanodevices of non-biological materials for use in the life sciences, showing how both kinds can be used in the context of nanoscale research. As such, it covers the important material classes for device assembly -- fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, kinesine microtubules -- as well as a wide range of applications, including sensory systems, analytics, bioelectronics, drug delivery, and bioNEMS.
The result is a systematic coverage of all stages of research and development: physics and fundamentals, modeling, device fabrication strategies, material aspects, and applications. Read more Read less. Save Extra with 4 offers. From the Back Cover The Series Nanotechnologies for the Life Sciences NtLS is the first comprehensive source covering the convergence of materials and life sciences on the nanoscale, a wide field of research which brings together the main technology drive of the 21st century and existing, multibillion dollar markets.
To get the free app, enter mobile phone number. It also provides a glimpse of nanoscale devices utilized by nature itself. The editor has brought together a group of experts to present the various aspects in 13 chapters.
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They are dedicated to theoretical modeling and computational simulations. Both sides of the development have been discussed — the fluid dynamics and mechanics at small scale as well as the interaction of nanodevices with biomolecules and living tissue. The main part of the book is devoted to the advances in developing tools for building nanodevices, and in the applications of such devices in various fields, such as biosensors, bioelectronics, drug delivery and photodynamic therapy. Here the various ways of manufacturing microcantilevers and their applications for biopatterning and biosensing are described.
The chapter ends with an outlook to the possible integration of microcantilevers into micro- or nanofluidic systems. Nanobioelectronics opens the way to a possible paradigm change in microelectronics. DNA and proteins as bio-building blocks for nanoelectronics are presented. Interconnections of biomolecules and the exploitation of their self-assembly properties for the implementation of nanobiodevices such as rectifiers, amplifiers and information storage devices are explained.
Here a wide spectrum of possibilities has been discussed: simple devices based on conformation changes induced by small molecules and ions, hybridization driven devices, and functional devices which can sense environmental information, perform a simple computation and decide which action to take. These chapters can give scientists who are searching for new analytical tools in the life sciences a lot of valuable ideas. A similar possibility has been addressed in the chapter Fullerene-based Devices for Biological Applications.
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Here a manifold of interesting applications of fullerene derivatives has been outlined. Ideas such as DNA-photocleavage, photodynamic therapy, neuroprotective activity, enzyme inhibition and antiviral as well as antibacterial activity are discussed. Mays and N. K Takahashi, H. Hasegawa, T. Hashimoto, V. Bellas, H. Iatrou, and N. Stogiou; C. Kapetanaki and H. Bellas, E. Tegou, I. Raptis, P.
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Moschakou, H. Park, T. Part A: Polym. Mays, D. Uhrig, S. Gido, Y. Zhu, R. Weidisch, H. Hadjichristidis, K. Hong, F. Beyer, R. Lach, M. Symposia , , Hu, Y. Gido, T. Russell, H. Hadjichristidis, F. Abuzain, and B. Pitsikalis, N. Vamvakaki, L. Papoutsakis, V. Katsamanis, T. Afchoudia, P. Armes, S. Sidorov, D. Zhirov, V. Zhirov, M. Kostylev, L. Bronstein and S. Terao, B. Farmer, Y. Nakamura, H. Iatrou, K. Hong, J. Hadjichristidis, M. Pitsikalis and H. Hadjichristidis, H. Pitsikalis, S. Pispas, A. With over 20 years of experience on various shape memory materials alloy, polymer, composite and hybrid , he has published over papers in journals, such as Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, Materials Today, Soft Matter, and Journal of Materials Chemistry, and has been invited to review manuscripts from over international journals including Progress in Polymer Science, Advanced Materials, Advanced functional materials, Small and biomaterials, etc , project proposals from American Chemical Society, Hong Kong Research Grants Council, etc, and book proposals from CRC.
He has published two books Thin film shape memory alloys — fundamentals and device applications, Polyurethane shape memory polymers and is currently on the editorial board of over a dozen of international journals. Grant details: Current project: Self-coloring atop polymeric materials.
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Research Interest: Pharmaceutical Engineering; Colloidal bioactive molecule delivery systems; Pharmacokinetic parameters; Development of new bioactive molecule delivery systems, Solid and liquid drug delivery systms tablets, granulates, coatings, sterile and not sterile solutions, emulsions, suspensions, Expertises for pharmaceutical companies.
Research Interest: Cellular response to oxidative stress, including the role of transition metal, induction DNA damage and its repair, activation of cellular signaling pathways in response to xenobiotics. Recently he started to work in the field on nanotoxicology, investigating the mechanisms of cell death in a consequence of nanoparticle exposure.
Research Interest: Nanotechnology, nanowires, nanoparticles, thin films, gas sensors, luminescence.
Computational Mechanics: Neural networks based mesh-free methods, Element-based numerical methods, Multi-scale methods, Stochastic simulation and Coarse grained methods, Parallel computation High Performance Computing , Computational Fluid Dynamics. Health Physics: The study of radiation hazards and radiation protection. Research Interest: Area of pharmaceutical sciences, including novel drug delivery systems for natural anticancer drugs, nanotechnologies for TCM drugs, and dosage forms and pharmacokinetics of Chinese medicines.
Research Interest: Supercapacitors, solar water splitting, solar cells, flexible electronics, photocatalyst, controlled growth. Research Interest: Nanophotonics based on Si nanocrystals; Optical biosensors; Flexible and implantable biosensors; Photonic devices based on GaN-based semiconductors. Research Interest: Nanotoxicology, nanoparticles, cytotoxicity, genotoxicity and photodynamic therapy. Published On: July 22, Pages: - Published On: November 03, Pages: - Published On: October 17, Pages: - Published On: January 29, Pages: - Published On: January 08, Pages: - Published On: August 31, Pages: - Published On: June 19, Pages: - Published On: June 10, Pages: -
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