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Nanostructured Materials and Their Biomedical Application

  • Sudip Mondal
  • Junghwan OhEmail author
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Abstract

Nanoscience and nanotechnology are at the forefront of current research. The advances of nanostructure-based therapeutics, sensors, diagnosis, and imaging facility have an incredible interest and tremendous potential for nanomedicine and biomedical application. Nanotechnology has shown non-exhaustive applications including diagnosis, imaging, therapy, drug delivery, implants, enzyme mimetic, tissue engineering, and many more. This book chapter will provide a broad and in-depth coverage of the nanostructured materials and their significant applications. The proposed book chapter contains six sections but not exhaustive on varying features of nano-structured materials. This chapter’s significant major perception helps to understand the readers who might get a concept regarding nanostructured materials. This book chapter will definitely be useful to the beginners and also for the experienced personnel in the field of nanomaterials.

Graphical Abstract

Nanostructured materials and their multifunctional biomedical application

Keywords

Nanomaterials Nanostructured materials Metallic nanoparticles Ceramics nanoparticles Nanocomposites Biomedical applications Drug delivery Photothermal therapy Bio-imaging Contrast agents 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Marine-Integrated Bionics Research CenterPukyong National UniversityBusanRepublic of Korea

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