NanoScience in Biomedicine

  • Donglu Shi

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Vince Beachley, Xuejun Wen
    Pages 1-20
  3. Kwideok Park, Won Ho Park, Jun Sik Son, Dong Keun Han
    Pages 21-42
  4. Zhijie Sui, William L. Murphy
    Pages 43-75
  5. Peng Jing, Jangwook P. Jung, Joel H. Collier
    Pages 96-127
  6. Yaping Sun, Fushen Lu, Xin Wang, Li Cao, Yi Lin, Mohammed J. Meziani et al.
    Pages 128-153
  7. Yingjie Zhu, Jiang Chang
    Pages 154-177
  8. Kalpana S. Katti, Devendra Verma, Dinesh R. Katti
    Pages 178-204
  9. Ningyi Liu, Qing Zhang, Mary B Chan-Park, Changming Li, Peng Chen
    Pages 205-246
  10. Ki Dong Park, Yoon Ki Joung, Jin Woo Bae, Dong Hyun Go
    Pages 247-271
  11. Mei Chee Tan, Gan Moog Chow, Lei Ren, Qiqing Zhang
    Pages 272-289
  12. Kyung A. Kang, Bin Hong, Hanzhu Jin
    Pages 290-313
  13. Vikramaditya G. Yadav, Mark D. Brigham, Yibo Ling, Christopher Rivest, Utkan Demirci, Ali Khademhosseini
    Pages 314-346
  14. Gilson Khang, Sun Jung Yoon, Soon Hee Kim, Moon Suk Kim, Hai Bang Lee
    Pages 347-368
  15. Tao Xu, Heather L. Nichols, Ning Zhang, Xuejun Wen
    Pages 369-387
  16. Moon Suk Kim, Hyun Hoon, Gilson Khang, Hai Bang Lee
    Pages 388-404
  17. Junping Zhang, Roger J. Narayan
    Pages 405-427
  18. Yunzhi Yang, Yongxing Liu, Sangwon Park, Hyunseung Kim, Kwangmin Lee, Jeongtae Koh
    Pages 428-450
  19. Yeo Heung Yun, Vesselin N. Shanov, Adam Bange, William R. Heineman, H. Brian Halsall, Gautam Seth et al.
    Pages 451-484
  20. Wei Cheng, Shangfen Ren, David T. Marx
    Pages 485-536
  21. Xingui Li, Meirong Huang, Yunbin Xie
    Pages 568-587
  22. Baoqing Zeng, Zhifeng Ren
    Pages 588-617
  23. Dongshe Zhang, Tony Pereira, Torsten Oekermann, Katrin Wessels, Changyong Qin, Jun Lu
    Pages 618-649
  24. L. Vékás, M. V. Avdeev, Doina Bica
    Pages 650-728

About this book


NanoScience in Biomedicine provides up-to-date information in the frontier fields of nano biomedicine focusing on basic concepts and recent developments in many topical areas including particular nanomaterials synthesis, field emission of carbon nanotubes, flexible dye-sensitized nano-porous films, magnetic nanofluids, and intrinsically electroconducting nanoparticles. Novel methods of synthesizing nanoscale biomaterials and their applications in biomedicine are also included such as nano-sized materials for drug delivery, bioactive molecules for regenerative medicine, nanoscale mechanisms for assembly of biomaterials, and nanostructured materials constructed from polypeptides. This book is organized in three parts: Part I introduces most recent developments in all aspects of design, synthesis, properties, and applications of nanoscale biomaterials. Part II focuses on novel nanotechnologies in biomedicine. Part III includes some of the new developments of nanomaterials’ synthesis and recent studies on nanostructure-properties relationships. The book comprehensively addresses the most critical issues in a tutorial manner so that technical non-specialists and students in both biomedical sciences and engineering will be able to benefit. All chapters are contributed by internationally recognized scholars.

Dr. Donglu Shi is a professor at the Chemical and Materials Engineering Department, University of Cincinnati, USA.


DNA nanotechnology Nanomaterial Nanotube bio-probe biomaterial biomedicine biosensing cancer diagnosis carbon nanotubes design drug delivery fabrication nano nanodevices nanotechnology

Editors and affiliations

  • Donglu Shi
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
  1. 1.Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, College of EngineeringUniversity of CincinnatiCincinnatiUSA
  2. 2.The Institute for Advanced Materials and Nano BiomedicineTongji UniversityShanghaiChina
  3. 3.Research Institute of Micro/Nano Science and TechnologyShanghai Jiao Tong UniversityShanghaiChina

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