Surface Modification of Magnetic Nanoparticles in Biomedicine
Nanobiotechnology is proven for its advantage in several applications including applied biomedicine. The application of nanobiotechnology is possible in many aims such as drug and diagnostic test developments. Many new nanoparticles are developed and applied at present to serve those purposes. In this specific chapter, the author will focus on the surface modification of magnetic nanoparticles which pose specific properties of nanoparticle and magnetic property.
The application of surface modification of magnetic nanoparticles for pharmaceutical process as well as diagnostic test development will be summarized and presented in this article. Summary on important reports on the mentioned specific topics is also given in this article.
KeywordsNanobiotechnology Surface Modification Magnetic Nanoparticle
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