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Applications of Nanobiotechnology for Neglected Tropical Diseases provides recent advances on nanobiotechnology intend for reducing the global disease burden of the NTD. It explores the application of nanotechnology on development of safe, effective and reliable tools to prevent, diagnose and treat NTD. Nanobiotechnology for Neglected Tropical Diseases has a multidisciplinary content, exploring knowledge of biochemistry, medicinal chemistry, material sciences, pharmacology, pharmaceutics, etc. It is divided into three main Parts, namely: nano-based approaches for prevention, nano-diagnostics and detection, and nanotherapeutics. A fourth Part is dedicated to other approaches against NTD. Within each Part, chapters exploring a number of applications are presented. Remarkably, the overall Book content encompasses novel technologies from basic research to patient-oriented investigation
- A strong addition to immunology portfolio, strengthening our position in this key growth area of neglected tropical diseases
- Supports the strategy to publish more content on applications, from read this to do this, exploring diverse topics on nano-based approaches to prevent, diagnose and treat NTD
- Aligns with related titles, connecting fundamental research with applications in biotechnology
Undergraduate and graduate students, scientists and professors in multidisciplinary fields such as immunology, microbiology, biotechnology, nanomedicine, chemical and material engineering and pharmaceutical technology. Readers of interrelated areas such as parasitology, immunology or infectology may also be included in a target audience. Still, technicians and R&D corporate personal of biotech and pharmaceutical industries are potential readers
Fabio Rocha Formiga, Inamuddin . and Patricia Severino
1. Bionanocomposite assembly with larvicidal activity against Aedes aegypti
Selvaraj Mohana Roopan
2. Developing effective amphotericin delivery systems for fungal infections
Regina Celia Monteiro de Paula
3. Development of nanocarriers for innovative antimalarial combination strategies
Mohammed O. Balogun
4. Experimental vaccination with nanoparticles containing Escherichia coli virulence factors
Carlos Gamazo Sr.
5. Microfilaricidal efficacy of silver nanoparticles
Selvaraj Mohana Roopan
6. Nanoformulations for new compounds against leishmaniasis
Sandra Elisa Elisa Haas
7. Drug Repurposing and Nanoparticles: New Strategies Against Leishmaniasis
Leandro Ramos Souza Barbosa Sr.
8. Nanomedicines against Chagas disease
Vanessa Carla Furtado Mosqueira
9. Self-assembled nanocarriers as biotechnological approach to antivenom immunotherapy
Selvaraj Mohana Roopan
10. Nanoformulations of old and new antimalarial drugs
11. Novel processes combining natural products and synthetic materials for developing nanolarvicides
Juliana Cordeiro Cardoso
12. Development of eco-friendly nano-mosquitocides against arboviruses vectors
Caio Pinho Pinho Fernandes
13. Improving the miltefosine efficacy against leishmaniasis by using nanoassemblies made from amphiphilic antimony (V) complex
14. Trendings of Amphotericin B-Loaded Nanoparticles as Valuable Chemotherapeutic Approaches against Leishmaniasis
Andre Luis Souza Santos
15. Nanopharmaceuticals to target antifilarials: administration of old age drugs in a novel way
Santi Prasad Sinha Babu
16. Vaccine as immunotherapy for leishmaniasis
Maria do Socorro Pires Cruz
17. Polymeric particles as a delivery agent for malarial vaccines
18. Systems biology and bioinformatics approaches in Leishmaniasis
Anupam Nath Jha
19. May Nanoparticles offer chances to avoid the development of insecticide resistances of mosquitoes?
Muthugounder S. Shivakumar
20. Lipid nanoparticles for the treatment of neglected tropical diseases
Raquel de Melo Barbosa
21. Nano-enabled technologies for diagnosing dengue virus infection
Valber A. Pedrosa
22. Multiplexed detection with nano-diagnostics
Naba Kumar Mondal Sr.
23. Experimental treatment of Schistosomiasis mansoni using praziquantel-free and encapsulated into nanostructures
Luciana Nalone Andeade Sr.
24. Nanosensor for the Detection of Malaria Parasite
Jorddy Neves Cruz
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- 1st February 2021
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Dr. Inamuddin is currently Assistant Professor in the Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, and is a permanent faculty member (Assistant Professor) at the Department of Applied Chemistry, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India. He has extensive research experience in multidisciplinary fields of Analytical Chemistry, Materials Chemistry, and Electrochemistry and, more specifically, Renewable Energy and Environment, and has worked on multiple key research projects funded by institutional and government agencies. Dr Inamuddin has published 146 research articles in international journals of repute, eighteen book chapters, and 54 books published by renowned international publishers. He is the member of various journal’s editorial boards and serves as Associate Editor for a number of internationally renowned journals. In addition, he is also guest editing various special thematic special issues of journals for major publishing houses.
Assistant Professor, Chemistry Department, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia Assistant Professor at the Department of Applied Chemistry, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India
Fabio Rocha Formiga, Pharm. D., PhD, is a research scientist at Aggeu Magalhães Institute, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ) and a tenured adjunct professor at University of Pernambuco (UPE), Brazil. His scientific focus areas include pharmaceutics, drug development, drug delivery, nanotechnology, and nanomedicine. Dr. Formiga has experience teaching from his position as Professor of pharmacology at UPE and as invited Lecturer of Biomaterials and Nanomedicine at University of Coimbra, Portugal. Currently, he serves as vice-president of the Brazilian Chapter of Controlled Release Society (CRS).
Aggeu Magalhães Institute, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ) and University of Pernambuco (UPE), Brazil
Patrícia Severino, PhD, is a pharmacist, master, and PhD in Chemical Engineering. Dr. Severino is a professor in the postgraduate program in Industrial Biotechnology and pharmacy college at Tiradentes University (UNIT). Dr. Severino also researches nanomaterials at the Institute of Technology and Research (ITP). Her areas of scientific focus include drug delivery, nanotechnology, biomaterials, and biotechnology.
Tiradentes University (UNIT), Aracaju, Brazil
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