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Nanotechnology in Modern Animal Biotechnology: Concepts and Applications discusses the advancement of nanotechnologies in almost every field, ranging from materials science, to food, forensic, agriculture and life sciences, including biotechnology and medicine. Nanotechnology is already being harnessed to address many of the key problems in animal biotechnology, with future applications covering animal biotechnology (e.g. animal nutrition, health, disease diagnosis, and drug delivery). This book provides the tools, ideas and techniques of nanoscale principles to investigate, understand and transform biological systems.
Nanotechnology provides the ability to manipulate materials at atomic and molecular levels and also arrange atom-by-atom on a scale of ∼1–100 nm to create, new materials and devices with fundamentally new functions and properties arising due to their small scale.
- Details the basics of nanotechnology, along with comprehensive information on the state-of-the-art and future perspectives of nanotechnology in biosensors
- Provides recent perspectives and the challenges of nanomedicine
- Provides new insights into the role nanomaterials can play in curing various diseases
- Includes the most recent diagnostic methods, such as nanosensors
Undergraduate, postgraduates, doctoral students, and professionals working in the area of nanotechnology and nanomedicines
- Concept of naotechnology
- Nano-tools and Nano techniques
- Nano structural features of Animal cells and Tissue
- Nano-mechanical properties of Animal cells and Tissues
- Nanoparticle mediated oxidative stress monitoring
- Nanoparticle mediated oxidative stress monitoring using different cell culture
- Nanoparticle mediated oxidative stress monitoring using blood samples
- Nanoparticle mediated oxidative stress monitoring using other biological samples
- Biosensors and its role in Animal Biotechnology
- Concept and principle of biosensors
- Gold nanoparticle based colorimetric methods for biomarkers of oxidative stress
- Biosensor for in vitro detection of cancer and bacterial cells
- Detection of neurotransmitters, DNA, Proteins etc.
- Biosensors for online monitoring
- Microsensor arrays
- Nano manipulation
- Example of Nano biotechnology Application to Animal Biotechnology
- Ethical issues related to use to nanomaterial’s in Animal Biotechnology
- Translational significance of Nanotechnology in Animal Biotechnology
- Future prospects and challenges
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- 20th July 2019
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Dr. Pawan Kumar Maurya is currently employed as Associate Professor at Department of Biochemistry, Central University of Harynana, India. He has done a PhD from the University of Allahabad (A Central University), India & post-doctoral training from Universidade Federal de Sao Paulo-UNIFESP, Brazil, Taipei Medical University (TMU) and National Taiwan University (NTU), Taiwan. He has more than 11 years of teaching and research experience. He is working on biochemical diagnostics, nanomedicine, and clinical biochemistry. He has published over 65 research articles in reputed journals. He has also edited of three books published from Elsevier, USA and Springer-Nature, Singapore. He is recipient of prestigious fellowships: Science without Borders (Government of Brazil) and National Science Council, Taiwan.
Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Central University of Haryana, Haryana, India
Dr Sanjay Singh is working as an Associate Professor at the Division of Biological & Life Sciences, School of Arts & Sciences, Ahmedabad University. He obtained his MS (Biochemistry) from University of Allahabad (2004), and Doctoral degree (Biotechnology) from CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory India (2008). He expanded his research interests during his stay as postdoctoral research fellow at University of Central Florida (Orlando, USA) and Pennsylvania State University (Hershey, USA). Dr Singh’s current research interests include nanomaterial synthesis, characterization, surface modification, toxicity evaluation and biomedical uses such as targeted drug/gene delivery for cancer treatment and imaging. Development of nanoparticle based formulations with multiple drugs in desired proportion for targeting multiple signaling pathways for cancer medicines. Explore novel nanomaterials exhibiting biological enzyme (super-oxide dismutase, peroxidase, oxidase and catalase) mimetic properties. He has been bestowed with several awards such as Endeavour Research Fellowship by Government of Australia (2015), Yamagiwa-Yoshida Memorial international study grant award by Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), Japan (2016) and International Association of Advanced Materials Scientist Medal (2017). He has published 55 peer reviewed publications in international journals, has 02 (applied) patents to his credits.
Associate Professor, Division of Biological and Life Sciences, Ahmedabad University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
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