The Resource Nanopharmaceutics : The Potential Application of Nanomaterials, (electronic resource)

Nanopharmaceutics : The Potential Application of Nanomaterials, (electronic resource)

Label
Nanopharmaceutics : The Potential Application of Nanomaterials
Title
Nanopharmaceutics
Title remainder
The Potential Application of Nanomaterials
Title variation
NANOPHARMACEUTICS
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Nanomaterials, with their unique size-dependent physical and chemical properties, have shown promising advantages as drug and gene delivery vehicles, ultra-sensitive intracellular detectors and novel therapeutic drugs. Nanopharmaceutics is one of the disciplines that will benefit the most from this technology.Nanotechnology will have a revolutionary impact on cancer diagnosis and therapy due to the exceptional characteristics of nanopharmaceutics.This book provides an overview of some tools, methods, and materials of nanotechnology that offer potential applications in pharmaceutics, followed b
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AU-PeEL
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Liang, Xing-Jie
Dewey number
615.19
LC call number
RS192
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  • Biological products
  • Nanotechnology
  • Pharmaceutical biotechnology
  • Pharmaceutical technology
Label
Nanopharmaceutics : The Potential Application of Nanomaterials, (electronic resource)
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Contents
  • Preface; Contents; Chapter One Innovative Treatments for Cancer: The Impact of Delivering siRNAs, Chemotherapies, and Preventative Agents Using Nanoformulations Sara S. Hook, Dorothy Farrell, George W. Hinkal, Krzystof Ptak, Nicholas J. Panaro, and Piotr Grodzinski; 1.1. INTRODUCTION; 1.1.1. The Complexity of Cancer as a Disease; 1.1.2. The Need to Advance Cancer Clinical Therapies; 1.1.3. Nanotechnology Approaches for Cancer; 1.2. siRNA; 1.2.1. Delivery Strategies for siRNA and Clinical Impact; 1.3 NANOFORMULATIONS OF TOXIC CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC AGENTS; 1.4. CANCER PREVENTION STRATEGIES
  • 1.4.1. Surveillance1.4.2. Vaccines; 1.4.3. Drugs; 1.4.4. Neutraceuticals; 1.4.5. Summary; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; References; Chapter Two Nano-Emulsions: Overview and Applications Xiang Li, Nicolas Anton and Thierry Vandamme; 2.1. INTRODUCTION; 2.2. NANO-EMULSIONS; 2.2.1. Definition of Nano-Emulsions; 2.2.2. Different Types of Emulsification Methods; 2.2.2.1. High-energy emulsification methods; 2.2.2.2. Advantages and disadvantages of high-energy emulsification methods; 2.2.3. Low-Energy Emulsification Methods; 2.2.3.1. Phase inversion temperature (PIT) method
  • 2.2.3.2. Spontaneous emulsification method2.2.3.3. Advantages and disadvantages of low-energy emulsification methods; 2.3. NANO-EMULSION CHARACTERIZATION METHODS; 2.4. NANO-EMULSIONS FOR DIFFERENT ADMINISTRATION ROUTES; 2.4.1. Parenteral Nano-Emulsions; 2.4.2. Oral Nano-Emulsions; 2.4.3. Transdermal Nano-Emulsions; 2.5. NANO-EMULSION APPLICATIONS; 2.5.1. Nano-Emulsions Based Drug Delivery Systems for Cancer Therapy; 2.5.2. Nano-Emulsions Based Contrast Media; 2.6. CONCLUSION; REFERENCES
  • Chapter Three Protein Nanopharmaceuticals - Concepts and Safety Considerations Eva Horn Møller, Lene Jorgensen and Natalie J. Medlicott3.1. INTRODUCTION; 3.2. PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND STABILITY IN NANOPHARMACEUTICALS; 3.3. NANOTECHNOLOGICAL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS FOR PROTEINS; 3.4. SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS - IMMUNOGENICITY; 3.5. FATE OF THE PROTEIN NANOPHARMACEUTICAL AFTER ADMINISTRATION; 3.6. CONCLUDING REMARKS; REFERENCES; Chapter Four Nanoscaled Proteomic Analysis Yan Xu and Lee Jia; 4.1. INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW; 4.2. NANOMATERIALS FOR PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS; 4.2.1. Gold Nanoparticles
  • 4.2.2. Carbon Nanotubes4.3. ROAD AHEAD; REFERENCES; Chapter Five Tumor Targeting Potential of Lipid-Based Nano-Pharmaceuticals (LNPs) Kshitij Gupta, Amichai Yavlovich, Anu Puri, Robert Blumenthal; 5.1. INTRODUCTION; 5.2. TUMOR TARGETING (GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS); 5.2.1. Enhanced Permeability and Retention Effect (EPR); 5.2.2. Opsonization; 5.3. LIGAND-CONJUGATED LNPs FOR ACTIVE TARGETING; 5.3.1. Design Principle of Targeted LNPs; 5.3.2. Cancer Cell Surface Receptor Targeting; 5.3.2.1. Antibodies and antibody fragments (IgG, mAb, Fab', scFv) as Ligands; 5.3.2.2. Affibody molecules as ligands
  • 5.3.2.3. Proteins as ligands
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (605 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9789814368667
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)3280000000002154
  • (EBL)1109703
  • (OCoLC)826853970
Label
Nanopharmaceutics : The Potential Application of Nanomaterials, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Contents
  • Preface; Contents; Chapter One Innovative Treatments for Cancer: The Impact of Delivering siRNAs, Chemotherapies, and Preventative Agents Using Nanoformulations Sara S. Hook, Dorothy Farrell, George W. Hinkal, Krzystof Ptak, Nicholas J. Panaro, and Piotr Grodzinski; 1.1. INTRODUCTION; 1.1.1. The Complexity of Cancer as a Disease; 1.1.2. The Need to Advance Cancer Clinical Therapies; 1.1.3. Nanotechnology Approaches for Cancer; 1.2. siRNA; 1.2.1. Delivery Strategies for siRNA and Clinical Impact; 1.3 NANOFORMULATIONS OF TOXIC CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC AGENTS; 1.4. CANCER PREVENTION STRATEGIES
  • 1.4.1. Surveillance1.4.2. Vaccines; 1.4.3. Drugs; 1.4.4. Neutraceuticals; 1.4.5. Summary; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; References; Chapter Two Nano-Emulsions: Overview and Applications Xiang Li, Nicolas Anton and Thierry Vandamme; 2.1. INTRODUCTION; 2.2. NANO-EMULSIONS; 2.2.1. Definition of Nano-Emulsions; 2.2.2. Different Types of Emulsification Methods; 2.2.2.1. High-energy emulsification methods; 2.2.2.2. Advantages and disadvantages of high-energy emulsification methods; 2.2.3. Low-Energy Emulsification Methods; 2.2.3.1. Phase inversion temperature (PIT) method
  • 2.2.3.2. Spontaneous emulsification method2.2.3.3. Advantages and disadvantages of low-energy emulsification methods; 2.3. NANO-EMULSION CHARACTERIZATION METHODS; 2.4. NANO-EMULSIONS FOR DIFFERENT ADMINISTRATION ROUTES; 2.4.1. Parenteral Nano-Emulsions; 2.4.2. Oral Nano-Emulsions; 2.4.3. Transdermal Nano-Emulsions; 2.5. NANO-EMULSION APPLICATIONS; 2.5.1. Nano-Emulsions Based Drug Delivery Systems for Cancer Therapy; 2.5.2. Nano-Emulsions Based Contrast Media; 2.6. CONCLUSION; REFERENCES
  • Chapter Three Protein Nanopharmaceuticals - Concepts and Safety Considerations Eva Horn Møller, Lene Jorgensen and Natalie J. Medlicott3.1. INTRODUCTION; 3.2. PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND STABILITY IN NANOPHARMACEUTICALS; 3.3. NANOTECHNOLOGICAL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS FOR PROTEINS; 3.4. SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS - IMMUNOGENICITY; 3.5. FATE OF THE PROTEIN NANOPHARMACEUTICAL AFTER ADMINISTRATION; 3.6. CONCLUDING REMARKS; REFERENCES; Chapter Four Nanoscaled Proteomic Analysis Yan Xu and Lee Jia; 4.1. INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW; 4.2. NANOMATERIALS FOR PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS; 4.2.1. Gold Nanoparticles
  • 4.2.2. Carbon Nanotubes4.3. ROAD AHEAD; REFERENCES; Chapter Five Tumor Targeting Potential of Lipid-Based Nano-Pharmaceuticals (LNPs) Kshitij Gupta, Amichai Yavlovich, Anu Puri, Robert Blumenthal; 5.1. INTRODUCTION; 5.2. TUMOR TARGETING (GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS); 5.2.1. Enhanced Permeability and Retention Effect (EPR); 5.2.2. Opsonization; 5.3. LIGAND-CONJUGATED LNPs FOR ACTIVE TARGETING; 5.3.1. Design Principle of Targeted LNPs; 5.3.2. Cancer Cell Surface Receptor Targeting; 5.3.2.1. Antibodies and antibody fragments (IgG, mAb, Fab', scFv) as Ligands; 5.3.2.2. Affibody molecules as ligands
  • 5.3.2.3. Proteins as ligands
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (605 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9789814368667
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)3280000000002154
  • (EBL)1109703
  • (OCoLC)826853970

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