Bionanotechnology : principles and applications
- Anil Kumar Anal.
- Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 
- Physical description
- xiii, 189 pages ; 24 cm
Science Library (Li and Ma)
|TP248.25 .N35 A53 2018||Unknown|
- Anal, Anil, author.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- 1. Bionanotechnology and Cellular Biomaterials 1.1 Bionanotechnology 1.2 Cellular Structures in Bionanotechnology References 2. Nanostructured Cellular Biomolecules and Their Transformation in Context of Bionanotechnology 2.1 Nucleic Acids 2.2 DNA Replication and Genetic Transformation 2.3 Central Dogma: Gene-Protein Connections 2.4 Hybridization 2.5 Proteins and Peptides 2.6 Amino Acids 2.7 Polysaccharides and Lipids References 3. Genomics and Bionanotechnology 3.1 DNA Nanotechnology and Bionanotechnology 3.2 Molecular Genetic Techniques Employing Nanotechnology 3.3 DNA Amplification 3.4 Gene Cloning 3.5 Recombination of DNA 3.6 DNA Sequencing 3.7 Genome Mapping 3.8 Human Genome Project References 4. Protein Engineering and Bionanotechnology 4.1 Protein Engineering and Bionanotechnology 4.2 Protein Engineering Methods 4.3 Protein Engineering Applications 4.4 Proteomes and Proteomics 4.5 Genomics to Proteomics: Sequential Phenomena in Bionanotechnology 4.6 Classification of Proteomics 4.7 Technology of Proteomics 4.8 Proteomics to Nanoproteomics 4.9 Applications of Nanoproteomics References 5. Immune Systems, Molecular Diagnostics, and Bionanotechnology 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Antibodies 5.3 Antibody Structure 5.4 Monoclonal Antibodies 5.5 Recombinant Antibodies 5.6 Antigen-Antibody Interaction 5.7 Nanoparticles-Antibodies Bioconjugation 5.8 Therapeutic Applications of Antibody-Based Bioconjugates 5.9 Diagnostic Applications of Antibody-Based Bioconjugates 5.10 Antibodies-Based Bioconjugates in Biosensor 5.11 Types of Antibody-Based Biosensors 5.12 Antibody-Based Biosensor for Detection of Pathogens 5.13 Antibody-Based Biosensor for Detection of Toxins References 6. Bionanofabrication and Bionano Devices in Tissue Engineering and Cell Transplantation 6.1 Tissue Engineering 6.2 Fabrication of Micro- and Nanodevices for Tissue Engineering 6.3 Scaffold Fabrication Methods 6.4 Microfabrication and Nanolithography 6.5 Strategies of Tissue Engineering 6.6 Principles of Tissue Engineering 6.7 Cell Culture 6.8 Tissue Culture 6.9 Three-Dimensional Printing 6.10 3D Printing in Tissue Engineering 6.11 Current and Future Prospect of 3D Printing in Tissue Engineering References 7. Immobilization of Biomolecules 7.1 Immobilization 7.2 Application of Immobilization 7.3 Supports or Matrix Used for Immobilization 7.4 Methods of Immobilization 7.5 Surface Immobilization 7.6 Gel Immobilization 7.7 Immobilization of Bioactive Compounds 7.8 Immobilization of Live Cells 7.9 Immobilization in Biosensor Fabrication 7.10 Immobilization in Chromatography References 8. Nanostructure-Based Delivery Dosage Forms in Pharmaceuticals, Food, and Cosmetics 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Nanoencapsulation 8.3 Materials Used for Nanoencapsulation 8.4 Nanoencapsulation Technique 8.5 Nanoemulsion 8.6 Nanoemulsification Techniques 8.7 Nanoemulsions Finishing Techniques 8.8 Nanoemulsions as Delivery Systems 8.9 Nanoemulsions in Food Systems 8.10 Nanoemulsions in Pharmaceutical Industry 8.11 Nanoemulsions in Cosmetics Industry 8.12 Nanostructure Material as Target Delivery System References 9. Nanoparticles, Biointerfaces, Molecular Recognition, and Biospecificity 9.1 Nanoparticles and Biointerface 9.2 Application of Nanobiointerface in Knowing the Interaction between Surface and Biomolecules 9.3 Molecular Recognition 9.4 Key Parameters for Development of Biopolymeric Nanoparticles 9.5 Conclusion References Index.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781466506992 20180423
- Publisher's Summary
- This book deals with a subject of high interest and importance in all sectors, including biomedical, food, agriculture, energy, and environment. Biological systems are essential in nanotechnology, and many new applications are being developed by mimicking the natural systems. Approaching these topics from an engineering perspective, the book offers insight on the details of nanoscale fabrication processes as well as cell biology. The basics of biology and chemistry, with a focus on how to engineer the behavior of molecules at the nanoscale, are also explored and analyzed. The aim of the text is to provide the reader with broader knowledge of biological methods for signal transduction and molecular recognitions systems and how they can be replicated in bio-sensing applications. The reader will learn the basic structures and interactions of biomacromolecules for developing biocompatible and eco-friendly devices.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781466506992 20180423
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