Nanomaterials for Biodetection and Drug Delivery
A special issue of Biosensors (ISSN 2079-6374).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2013) | Viewed by 45294
Interests: biosensors; nanotechnology; spectroscopy
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The special issue on “Nanomaterials for Biodetection and Drug Delivery” will be a compendium of latest research on the utilization and development of nanomaterials for biodetection and drug delivery, including but not limited to developing nanotechnologies to detect and/or characterize biological and chemical agents related to plant, food, soil, animal, and human systems, and developing nanomaterials and systems for more effective and controlled delivery of therapeutic agents/drugs. On the biodetection front, we set to address biosensors based on electrochemical, optical, mass, acoustic, magnetic, and immuno-based concepts that explore nano-enabled target recognition beyond standard antibody-antigen interactions, such as aptamers, peptides, carbohydrate-lipid-based linkers are all of interest. On the drug delivery front, novel design of nano-enabled drug delivery systems and their performance evaluation and characterization will be entertained.
Dr. Chenxu Yu
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- biosafety and biosecurity
- drug delivery
- food and environmental safety