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Nanotechnology Vol. 12: Bioimaging

Author Name : Shishir Sinha and Naveen Kumar Navani, Ex. Ed. J N Govil

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  • Publisher : Studium Press LLC
  • Edition : 1st
  • ISBN 10 : 1-626990-12-3
  • Page no : 503
  • Publication Year : 2014
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The field of bioimaging is rapidly changing due to significant advances in electronics, information technology and more recently nanotechnology and shows a great promise for many breakthroughs in a wide range of medical applications. Since the most disease processes occur at the molecular and cellular levels on nanometers length scale, the use of molecular and cellular imaging agents made from inorganic nanoparticles to target the desired location for therapeutic and diagnostic applications is of great interest. This final volume of multi-volume series on NANOTECHNOLOGY has been written for a wide audience of varying fields such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Engineering. The volume is quite readable and thorough in its presentation of the subject so as to provide the readers a broad coverage and insight into the area. To meet the above objectives this volume covers following topics: Fundamentals of bioimaging. Major contrast agents employed in bioimaging applications. Single molecule imaging by atomic force microscope. Quantum dots (QDs) in optical imaging, diagnostics and drug screening . Applications of radiolabeled nanoparticles for diagnostic applications. Basic principles of nanophosphors with their preparation and nanoimaging applications. Synthesis of magnetic nanoparticles and nanostructures, their potential applications and safety and toxicity issues. Raman spectroscopy as a theragnostic tool in nanomedicines. Near infrared (NIR) dyes nano-carriers and their clinical applications in oncology. Image-guided assessment of nano drug delivery systems. Integration of nanotechnology with robotic urological surgery. Conventional and alternative fluorescent and bioluminescent assays for determining cell-to-cell communications in live cells and animals. 3D organ printing for developing new biological tissues and organs. Immobilization strategies for biologically active proteins and large complexes. Recent developments in biopolymeric nanoparticles based bioimaging techniques. Improved polymers for bioimaging and targeting applications. The present volume is comprised of 17 chapters contributed by 54 academicians and active researchers from 18 countries, namely Brazil, China, Germany, Greece, India, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Nigeria, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States and Vietnam presenting an overview of the research being carried out in different parts of the world on bioimaging.
Title Nanotechnology Vol. 12: Bioimaging
Table of Content Foreword to the Series, Editorial Members, About the Editors, List of Contributors, About the Series, Preface, Fundamentals of Bio-Nano Imaging. Nanoimaging: A Nanotechnology Perspective of Receptor-Ligand Interaction. Quantum Dots for Cellular Imaging and Diagnostics Probe. Radiolabeled Nanoparticles for Imaging Purposes. Nanophosphor: Preparation and Nanoimage Applications. Magnetic Metal and Oxide Based Nanoparticles and Biomaterials for Bioimaging Probes in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Analysis of Theragnostic Tools by Raman Spectroscopy. Molecular Imaging of Tumor Receptors and Signaling. Molecules Using Near-Infrared Nano-Approaches. Nanoplatform-Based Cardiovascular Molecular Imaging. Image-Guided Assessment of Nano Drug Delivery Systems. Nanotechnology in Robotic Urological Surgery. Optical Assays for Determining Hormone Actions – Spying. Cell-to-Cell Communications. 3D Organ Printing - Future Designer Organs. Quantum Dots Probe Cellular Processes. Immobilization of Proteins and Subcellular Organelles for Single Molecule Studies and Medical Applications. Responsive Hybrid Nanocarriers for Integration of Optical pH-Sensing and Tumor Cell Imaging. Biocompatible Polymers for the Targeted Delivery of Therapeutic Molecules and Imaging Agents. Appendix-I Table of Contents of Other Volumes of the Series–Vols. 1 to 11. Subject Index
Page No. 503
Author's Name Shishir Sinha and Naveen Kumar Navani, Ex. Ed. J N Govil
Publisher Studium Press LLC
Year Of Publication 2014
ISBN 10 1-626990-12-3
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Binding type No
Book Size(len) No
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book size(hei) 10
Book size width 6.6
Edition 1st

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