Biomedical nanomaterials

Nanomaterials used in several applications like in biomedical applications, diagnosis, including clinical applications and tissue engineering. Biomedical nanomaterials are used for therapy applications. For example, polymer micelles, dendrimers, polymer-drug conjugates including antibody-drug conjugates are deliberated with respect to their cancer drug delivery properties. Dendrimers are impartial single class of nano-sized materials that are explored to progress new life-saving technologies. Biomedical nanomaterials are also used for imaging, diagnosis and sensors as well as for tissue engineering. After the exhibition of an overview of biomedical nanomaterials, comprising their classification and applications. Nanomaterials are capable to penetrate nanoscale pores of materials, possess extended movement, pass in cells and have amplified surface area per volume permitting for better drug loading. For these causes, nanomaterials are discovery various uses in medicine including fighting cancer, endorsing tissue rejuvenation, reversing aging, limiting inflammation or scar tissue growth, preventing infection and many others.

  • Biomaterials and Biomimetics
  • Nanostructured materials for biological sensing
  • Dendrimers and polymer-drug conjugates in Nanomaterials
  • Biochemistry and molecular biology
  • Nanobiomechanics
  • Technologies in manufacture of Nanomaterials
  • Biomedical optics and Biocompatibility

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