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  • chapter 1. Introduction : biointeractions of nanomaterials : challenges and solutions / Vijaykumar B. Sutariya, Vrinda Pathak, Ana Groshev, Mahavir B. Chougule, Sachin Naik, Deepa Patel, and Yashwant Pathak
  • chapter 2. Nanoparticle exposures in occupational environments / Li-Hao Young, Ying-Fang Wang, Ching-Hwa Chen, Chun-Wan Chen, and Perng-Jy Tsai
  • chapter 3. Physicochemical characterization-dependent toxicity of nanoparticles / Jigar N. Shah, Ankur P. Shah, Hiral J. Shah, and Vijaykumar B. Sutariya
  • chapter 4. Cytotoxicity of stimuli-responsive nanomaterials : predicting clinical viability through robust biocompatibility profiles / Daniel Wehrung and Moses O. Oyewumi
  • chapter 5. Biosensing devices for toxicity assessment of nanomaterials / Evangelia Hondroulis, Pratik Shah, Xuena Zhu, and Chen-Zhong Li
  • chapter 6. Carbon nanotubes and pulmonary toxicity / Malay K. Das and Charles Preuss
  • chapter 7. Nanotoxicity of polymeric and solid lipid nanoparticles / Dev Prasad and Harsh Chauhan
  • chapter 8. Analytical characterization of nanomaterials in biological matrices for hazard assessment / Mingsheng Xu, Daisuke Fujita, Huanxing Su, Hongzheng Chen, and Nobutaka Hanagata
  • chapter 9. Nanoparticles and human health : a review of epidemiological studies / Vijaykumar B. Sutariya, Ana Groshev, Vivek Dave, Hardeep Saluja, Deepak Bhatia, Prabodh Sadana, and Yashwant Pathak
  • chapter 10. Toxicogenomic approaches to understanding the toxicity of nanoparticles / Qiwen Shi, Mahavir B. Chougule, Vijaykumar B. Sutariya, and Deepak Bhatia
  • chapter 11. Nanomaterial-based gene and drug delivery : pulmonary toxicity considerations / Mahavir B. Chougule, Rakesh K. Tekade, Peter R. Hoffmann, Deepak Bhatia, Vijaykumar B. Sutariya, and Yashwant Pathak
  • chapter 12. Cardiovascular toxicity of nanomaterials / Saijie Zhu and Minghuang Hong
  • chapter 13. Toxicity of nanomaterials on the gastrointestinal tract / Jayvadan Patel and Vibha Champavat
  • chapter 14. Toxicity of nanomaterials on the liver, kidney, and spleen / Jayvadan Patel and Anita Patel
  • chapter 15. Regulatory implications of nanotechnology / Lynn L. Bergeson and Michael F. Cole
  • chapter 16. Ocular toxicity of nanoparticles / Aditya Grover, Anjali Hirani, Yong Woo Lee, Vijaykumar B. Sutariya, and Yashwant Pathak
  • chapter 17. Genotoxicity of nanoparticles / Amaya Azqueta, Leire Arbillaga, and Adela López de Cerain
  • chapter 18. Interactions of polysaccharide-coated nanoparticles with proteins / Christine Vauthier
  • chapter 19. Models for risk assessments of nanoparticles / Sanjay Dey, Bhaskar Mazumder, and Yaswant Pathak
  • chapter 20. Immunotoxicity of carbon nanoparticles / Paulami Pal, Bhaskar Mazumder, and Yaswant Pathak.
"The purpose of this book is to focus on the biointeraction of nanomaterials, an area that has not been previously addressed in detail. It also covers various techniques and tests that have been developed to evaluate the toxicity of materials at the nano level. The interactions of nanomaterials and nanosystems within biosystems are a concern for the scientific community. This book is targeted toward academic researchers as well as industry members who are involved in the development of nanosystems. Many graduate schools have initiated courses in nanotechnology and applications. This book will be a great resource for students as well as professors. Additionally, this will be a useful tool for industrial scientists investigating technology to update their nanotoxicology and nano-safety understanding. The objective of the book is to address issues related to toxicity and safety of nanomaterials and nanosystems. It also covers the interactions of these in biological systems, various tools and methods used to evaluate the toxicity and safety issues. The volume comprises 20 chapters written by leading scientists in the field of nanotechnology. Chapter 1 covers the challenges and solutions of bio interactions of nanomaterials. This is followed by three chapters that address the assessment and characterization of nanosystems in the bio-environment"--Provided by publisher.
  • chapter 1. Introduction : biointeractions of nanomaterials : challenges and solutions / Vijaykumar B. Sutariya, Vrinda Pathak, Ana Groshev, Mahavir B. Chougule, Sachin Naik, Deepa Patel, and Yashwant Pathak
  • chapter 2. Nanoparticle exposures in occupational environments / Li-Hao Young, Ying-Fang Wang, Ching-Hwa Chen, Chun-Wan Chen, and Perng-Jy Tsai
  • chapter 3. Physicochemical characterization-dependent toxicity of nanoparticles / Jigar N. Shah, Ankur P. Shah, Hiral J. Shah, and Vijaykumar B. Sutariya
  • chapter 4. Cytotoxicity of stimuli-responsive nanomaterials : predicting clinical viability through robust biocompatibility profiles / Daniel Wehrung and Moses O. Oyewumi
  • chapter 5. Biosensing devices for toxicity assessment of nanomaterials / Evangelia Hondroulis, Pratik Shah, Xuena Zhu, and Chen-Zhong Li
  • chapter 6. Carbon nanotubes and pulmonary toxicity / Malay K. Das and Charles Preuss
  • chapter 7. Nanotoxicity of polymeric and solid lipid nanoparticles / Dev Prasad and Harsh Chauhan
  • chapter 8. Analytical characterization of nanomaterials in biological matrices for hazard assessment / Mingsheng Xu, Daisuke Fujita, Huanxing Su, Hongzheng Chen, and Nobutaka Hanagata
  • chapter 9. Nanoparticles and human health : a review of epidemiological studies / Vijaykumar B. Sutariya, Ana Groshev, Vivek Dave, Hardeep Saluja, Deepak Bhatia, Prabodh Sadana, and Yashwant Pathak
  • chapter 10. Toxicogenomic approaches to understanding the toxicity of nanoparticles / Qiwen Shi, Mahavir B. Chougule, Vijaykumar B. Sutariya, and Deepak Bhatia
  • chapter 11. Nanomaterial-based gene and drug delivery : pulmonary toxicity considerations / Mahavir B. Chougule, Rakesh K. Tekade, Peter R. Hoffmann, Deepak Bhatia, Vijaykumar B. Sutariya, and Yashwant Pathak
  • chapter 12. Cardiovascular toxicity of nanomaterials / Saijie Zhu and Minghuang Hong
  • chapter 13. Toxicity of nanomaterials on the gastrointestinal tract / Jayvadan Patel and Vibha Champavat
  • chapter 14. Toxicity of nanomaterials on the liver, kidney, and spleen / Jayvadan Patel and Anita Patel
  • chapter 15. Regulatory implications of nanotechnology / Lynn L. Bergeson and Michael F. Cole
  • chapter 16. Ocular toxicity of nanoparticles / Aditya Grover, Anjali Hirani, Yong Woo Lee, Vijaykumar B. Sutariya, and Yashwant Pathak
  • chapter 17. Genotoxicity of nanoparticles / Amaya Azqueta, Leire Arbillaga, and Adela López de Cerain
  • chapter 18. Interactions of polysaccharide-coated nanoparticles with proteins / Christine Vauthier
  • chapter 19. Models for risk assessments of nanoparticles / Sanjay Dey, Bhaskar Mazumder, and Yaswant Pathak
  • chapter 20. Immunotoxicity of carbon nanoparticles / Paulami Pal, Bhaskar Mazumder, and Yaswant Pathak.
"The purpose of this book is to focus on the biointeraction of nanomaterials, an area that has not been previously addressed in detail. It also covers various techniques and tests that have been developed to evaluate the toxicity of materials at the nano level. The interactions of nanomaterials and nanosystems within biosystems are a concern for the scientific community. This book is targeted toward academic researchers as well as industry members who are involved in the development of nanosystems. Many graduate schools have initiated courses in nanotechnology and applications. This book will be a great resource for students as well as professors. Additionally, this will be a useful tool for industrial scientists investigating technology to update their nanotoxicology and nano-safety understanding. The objective of the book is to address issues related to toxicity and safety of nanomaterials and nanosystems. It also covers the interactions of these in biological systems, various tools and methods used to evaluate the toxicity and safety issues. The volume comprises 20 chapters written by leading scientists in the field of nanotechnology. Chapter 1 covers the challenges and solutions of bio interactions of nanomaterials. This is followed by three chapters that address the assessment and characterization of nanosystems in the bio-environment"--Provided by publisher.
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  • 1. Properties of biomass fuels / Vladimir Strezov
  • 2. Sustainability considerations for electricity generation from biomass / Annette Evans, Vladimir Strezov and Tim J. Evans
  • 3. Combustion of biomass / Tao Kan and Vladimir Strezov
  • 4. Gasification of biomass / Tao Kan and Vladimir Strezov
  • 5. Pyrolysis of biomass / Cara J. Mulligan, Les Strezov and Vladimir Strezov
  • 6. Hydrothermal processing of biomass / Tao Kan and Vladimir Strezov
  • 7. Anaerobic digestion / Annette Evans, Vladimir Strezov and Tim J. Evans
  • 8. Esterification / Gary Leung and Vladimir Strezov
  • 9. Fermentation of biomass / Katrin Thommes and Vladimir Strezov
  • 10. Fischer-tropsch synthesis from biosyngas / Katrin Thommes and Vladimir Strezov
  • 11. Bio-oil applications and processing / Annette Evans, Vladimir Strezov and Tim J. Evans.
  • 1. Properties of biomass fuels / Vladimir Strezov
  • 2. Sustainability considerations for electricity generation from biomass / Annette Evans, Vladimir Strezov and Tim J. Evans
  • 3. Combustion of biomass / Tao Kan and Vladimir Strezov
  • 4. Gasification of biomass / Tao Kan and Vladimir Strezov
  • 5. Pyrolysis of biomass / Cara J. Mulligan, Les Strezov and Vladimir Strezov
  • 6. Hydrothermal processing of biomass / Tao Kan and Vladimir Strezov
  • 7. Anaerobic digestion / Annette Evans, Vladimir Strezov and Tim J. Evans
  • 8. Esterification / Gary Leung and Vladimir Strezov
  • 9. Fermentation of biomass / Katrin Thommes and Vladimir Strezov
  • 10. Fischer-tropsch synthesis from biosyngas / Katrin Thommes and Vladimir Strezov
  • 11. Bio-oil applications and processing / Annette Evans, Vladimir Strezov and Tim J. Evans.
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  • 1. Polymeric nanoparticle mediated targeted drug delivery to cancer cells / Gul-e-Saba and Mohd Azmuddin Abdullah (Malaysia)
  • 2. Pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics in personalized medicine : role of gene polymorphism in drug response / Rownock Afruza, Fumiaki Suzuki, and A.H.M. Nurun Nabi (Bangladesh, Japan)
  • 3. Natural history and molecular biology of Hepatitis B virus / Essam Mohammed Janahi (Kingdom of Bahrain)
  • 4. Reconfigurable parallel platforms for dependable personalized health monitoring / Olufemi Adeluyi and Jeong A. Lee (Republic of South Korea)
  • 5. High throughput evaluation of gene expression from formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissues / Paraskevi A. Farazi (Cyprus)
  • 6. Microbial detoxifying enzymes involved in biodegradation of organic chemopollutants / Pradnya Pralhad Kanekar and Seema Shreepad Sarnaik (India)
  • 7. An insight into horizontal gene transfer triggering widespread antimicrobial resistance in bacteria / Zakir Hossain (Bangladesh)
  • 8. Production and biotechnological applications of recombinant proteins by methylotrophic yeast : past, present and future perspectives / Marcos López-Pérez and Rina María González-Cervantes (México)
  • 9. Mechanism of tolerance and engineering of yeast strain resistant to novel fermentation inhibitors of bioethanol production / Lahiru Niroshan Jayakody, Nobuyuki Hayashi, and Hiroshi Kitagaki (Japan)
  • 10. Biotechnological potential of alkaliphilic microorganisms / Pradnya Pralhad Kanekar, Amaraja Abhay Joshi, Snehal Omkar Kulkarni, Suchitra Baburao Borgave, Seema Shreepad Sarnaik, Smita Shrikant Nilegaonkar, Anita Satish Kelkar, and Rebecca Sandeep Thombre (India)
  • 11. Design and tailoring of polyhydroxyalkanoate-based biomaterials containing 4-hydroxybutyrate monomer / Sevakumaran Vigneswari, Kesaven Bhubalan, and Abdullah Al-Ashraf Amirul (Malaysia)
  • 12. Algal biotechnology for bioenergy, environmental remediation and high-value biochemicals / Mohd Azmuddin Abdullah, Syed Muhammad Usman Shah, Ashfaq Ahmad, and Hamdy El-Sayed (Malaysia)
  • 13. Molecular docking : a practical approach for protein interaction analysis / Neil Andrew D. Bascos (Philippines)
  • 14. Application of biotechnology and bioinformatics in drug designing and discovery / A.K.M. Mahbub Hasan, Sajib Chakrobarty, Rajib Chakrovorty, and A.H.M. Nurun Nabi (Australia, Bangladesh)
  • 15. Systems biotechnology for industrial microorganisms / Ana M. Martins (United Arab Emirates)
  • 16. Bioinformatics and biotechnology in human genetic research : a current scenario / Sathiya Maran, Thirumulu Ponnuraj Kannan, and Teguh Haryo Sasongko (Malaysia).
  • 1. Polymeric nanoparticle mediated targeted drug delivery to cancer cells / Gul-e-Saba and Mohd Azmuddin Abdullah (Malaysia)
  • 2. Pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics in personalized medicine : role of gene polymorphism in drug response / Rownock Afruza, Fumiaki Suzuki, and A.H.M. Nurun Nabi (Bangladesh, Japan)
  • 3. Natural history and molecular biology of Hepatitis B virus / Essam Mohammed Janahi (Kingdom of Bahrain)
  • 4. Reconfigurable parallel platforms for dependable personalized health monitoring / Olufemi Adeluyi and Jeong A. Lee (Republic of South Korea)
  • 5. High throughput evaluation of gene expression from formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissues / Paraskevi A. Farazi (Cyprus)
  • 6. Microbial detoxifying enzymes involved in biodegradation of organic chemopollutants / Pradnya Pralhad Kanekar and Seema Shreepad Sarnaik (India)
  • 7. An insight into horizontal gene transfer triggering widespread antimicrobial resistance in bacteria / Zakir Hossain (Bangladesh)
  • 8. Production and biotechnological applications of recombinant proteins by methylotrophic yeast : past, present and future perspectives / Marcos López-Pérez and Rina María González-Cervantes (México)
  • 9. Mechanism of tolerance and engineering of yeast strain resistant to novel fermentation inhibitors of bioethanol production / Lahiru Niroshan Jayakody, Nobuyuki Hayashi, and Hiroshi Kitagaki (Japan)
  • 10. Biotechnological potential of alkaliphilic microorganisms / Pradnya Pralhad Kanekar, Amaraja Abhay Joshi, Snehal Omkar Kulkarni, Suchitra Baburao Borgave, Seema Shreepad Sarnaik, Smita Shrikant Nilegaonkar, Anita Satish Kelkar, and Rebecca Sandeep Thombre (India)
  • 11. Design and tailoring of polyhydroxyalkanoate-based biomaterials containing 4-hydroxybutyrate monomer / Sevakumaran Vigneswari, Kesaven Bhubalan, and Abdullah Al-Ashraf Amirul (Malaysia)
  • 12. Algal biotechnology for bioenergy, environmental remediation and high-value biochemicals / Mohd Azmuddin Abdullah, Syed Muhammad Usman Shah, Ashfaq Ahmad, and Hamdy El-Sayed (Malaysia)
  • 13. Molecular docking : a practical approach for protein interaction analysis / Neil Andrew D. Bascos (Philippines)
  • 14. Application of biotechnology and bioinformatics in drug designing and discovery / A.K.M. Mahbub Hasan, Sajib Chakrobarty, Rajib Chakrovorty, and A.H.M. Nurun Nabi (Australia, Bangladesh)
  • 15. Systems biotechnology for industrial microorganisms / Ana M. Martins (United Arab Emirates)
  • 16. Bioinformatics and biotechnology in human genetic research : a current scenario / Sathiya Maran, Thirumulu Ponnuraj Kannan, and Teguh Haryo Sasongko (Malaysia).
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"The Black Art of Multiplatform Game Programming covers all the skills necessary to create amazing games. It will take you all the way from pixel plotting to full-blown game development. Written with beginners in mind, this book assumes no prior knowledge of game programming--anyone can learn how to program exciting video games using this book. Inside you'll find an introduction to game development on multiple platforms using SDL, extensive coverage of coding techniques used by programming gurus, a complete guide to game engine design and implementation, a modern approach to software architecture, and advanced programming procedures and optimizations." -- Unedited summary from book.
"The Black Art of Multiplatform Game Programming covers all the skills necessary to create amazing games. It will take you all the way from pixel plotting to full-blown game development. Written with beginners in mind, this book assumes no prior knowledge of game programming--anyone can learn how to program exciting video games using this book. Inside you'll find an introduction to game development on multiple platforms using SDL, extensive coverage of coding techniques used by programming gurus, a complete guide to game engine design and implementation, a modern approach to software architecture, and advanced programming procedures and optimizations." -- Unedited summary from book.
Book
1 online resource : text file, PDF.
  • section 1. Preliminaries
  • section 2. Commerce
  • section 3. Culture
  • section 4. Environment
  • section 5. Finance
  • section 6. Health care
  • section 7. Homeland security
  • section 8. Military
  • section 9. Transportation.
  • section 1. Preliminaries
  • section 2. Commerce
  • section 3. Culture
  • section 4. Environment
  • section 5. Finance
  • section 6. Health care
  • section 7. Homeland security
  • section 8. Military
  • section 9. Transportation.
Book
1 online resource : text file, PDF.
  • chapter 1. Introduction to chamomile
  • chapter 2. Chamomile : botany
  • chapter 3. Chamomile : medicinal properties
  • chapter 4. Chamomile oil and extract : localization, chemical composition, extraction, and identification
  • chapter 5. Genetics and breeding of chamomile
  • chapter 6. Cultivation of chamomile
  • chapter 7. Chamomile : patents and products.
  • chapter 1. Introduction to chamomile
  • chapter 2. Chamomile : botany
  • chapter 3. Chamomile : medicinal properties
  • chapter 4. Chamomile oil and extract : localization, chemical composition, extraction, and identification
  • chapter 5. Genetics and breeding of chamomile
  • chapter 6. Cultivation of chamomile
  • chapter 7. Chamomile : patents and products.