Special Issue "Nanoparticles in Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 29 February 2024 | Viewed by 2744
Interests: magnetism; nanomagnetism; superparamagnetism; magnetic relaxation; magnetic nanomaterials (nanoparticles, nanocomposites, nanofluids, nanopowders); advanced magnetic nanostructures; biomagnetism; magnetic bio-nanomaterials; hybrid magnetic bio-nanomaterials in medicine; magnetic biofields of human body; magnetic hyperthermia in cancer therapy; electricity and magnetism; experimental physics
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Special Issue in Applied Sciences: Applications in Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine of Magnetic Nanomaterials
In the present day, nanoparticles are of high theoretical and applicative interest; they have multiple applications in nanotechnology and nanomedicine due to their small size (nm to hundreds of nm), which gives them different properties to those of bulk materials. Modern nanobiotechnology enables the preparation and dispersion of nanoparticles in different environments, as well as their biofunctionalization, bioencapsulation, bioconjugation, biosurfactation, etc.; this renders them biocompatible with the biological environment in which they are applied, and enables their manipulation for application in the field of diagnostics, in therapy for various diseases and in nanotheranostics, as well as in alternative cancer therapies.
Thus, this Special Issue aims to highlight current research results in the form of articles, as well as the systematization of recent results in the field in the form of reviews.
Also of interest are topics regarding the preparation, characterization and properties of nanoparticles, as well as theoretical and computational studies.
Possible topics include the following:
- Properties of nanoparticles;
- Methods of obtaining nanoparticles;
- Characterization techniques;
- Theoretical models;
- Computational simulation;
- Applications in nanomedicine;
- Applications in nanobiotechnology.
Dr. Costica Caizer
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- properties of nanoparticles
- methods of obtaining nanoparticles
- characterization techniques
- theoretical models
- computational simulation
- applications in nanomedicine
- applications in nanobiotechnology