Molecular Imaging in Nanomedical Research 4.0
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2024 | Viewed by 277
Interests: nanomedicine; muscle atrophy/dystrophy; ageing; cell/tissue regeneration; hypometabolism
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This Special Issue is the continuation of our previous Special Issue, “Molecular Imaging in Nanomedical Research 3.0”.
Since the 1990s, nanomedicine has dealt with the development of nanomaterials for diagnostics or therapy. Especially in the last decade, progress in nanomedical research took advantage of the widespread application in vitro and in vivo of imaging techniques for the characterization and preclinical/clinical testing of nanomedical tools. Light and electron microscopy, magnetic resonance imaging, optical imaging, positron emission tomography, and ultrasound imaging have mostly been used, while other imaging techniques have been originally applied to nanomedical issues, often adapting conventional methods to particular purposes; this has allowed us to successfully describe the biodistribution, targeting, efficacy, and clearance of novel nanoconstructs in single cells, tissues, organs, or whole organisms.
This Special Issue will collect research and review articles as well as methodological papers to give a comprehensive overview of the role of imaging techniques for studying the structural and functional interactions of the nanoconstructs with the living systems. All researchers involved in nanomedical research (chemists, physicists, pharmacologists, biotechnologists, biologists, and physicians) are invited to submit their manuscripts.
Prof. Manuela Malatesta
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- nanoparticle biodistribution
- light microscopy
- confocal fluorescence microscopy
- super-resolution microscopy
- electron microscopy
- scanning probe microscopy
- magnetic resonance imaging
- optical imaging
- positron emission tomography
- ultrasound imaging