The impact and importance of nanotechnology continues to grow, and nanomedicine and biotechnology have become areas of increased development. Biomedical engineers who work with biological processes and structures must have a deeply rooted understanding of the role of bionanotechnology, a rapidly evolving sector of the nanotechnology field. Bionanot

chapter 2|42 pages

- Bionanotechnology Strategies for Cell Detection

ByNasser Aghdami, Sara Ranjbar Vaziri

chapter 3|36 pages

- Gold Nanoparticles in Biomedicine

ByDina Nemr and Hassan M.E. Azzazy

chapter 4|14 pages

- Theragnostic Nanoparticles with the Power to Diagnose, Treat, and Monitor Diseases

ByShelton D. Caruthers, Gregory M. Lanza, Samuel A. Wickline

chapter 5|24 pages

- Plasmonic Nanostructures in Biosensing

ByWenwei Zheng, Heather C. Chiamori, Liwei Lin, Fanqing Frank Chen

chapter 6|14 pages

- Emerging Microscale Technologies for Global Health: CD4+ Counts

ByShuQi Wang, Feng Xu, Alexander Ip, Hasan Onur Keles, and Utkan Demirci

chapter 7|14 pages

- Nanoviricides—A Novel Approach to Antiviral Therapeutics

ByRandall W. Barton, Jayant G. Tatake, Anil R. Diwan

chapter 8|26 pages

- Antibody-Conjugated Nanoparticles of Biodegradable Polymers for Targeted Drug Delivery

ByBingfeng Sun, Heni Rachmawati, Si-Shen Feng

chapter 9|14 pages

- The Biosynthesis of Anisotropic Nanoparticles

ByMariekie Gericke

chapter 10|32 pages

Nanotechnology in Biomaterials: Nano‘bers in Tissue Engineering

ByDeniz Yucel, Halime Kenar, Albana Ndreu, Tugba Endoğan, Nesrin Hasirci, Vasif Hasirci

chapter 11|20 pages

- Nanotechnology in Biomaterials: Nanoparticulates as Drug Delivery Systems

ByBirsen Demirbag, Sinem Kardesler, Arda Buyuksungur, Aysu Kucukturhan, Gozde Eke, Nesrin Hasirci, Vasif Hasirci

chapter 12|20 pages

- Microscale Technologies for Controlling the Cellular Microenvironment in Time and Space

ByHirokazu Kaji, Yun-Ho Jang, Hojae Bae, Ali Khademhosseini

chapter 13|16 pages

- Think Big, Then Shrink: Low-Cost, Ultra-Rapid Tunable Nanowrinkles from Shape Memory Polymers

ByAaron Chen, Himanshu Sharma, Diep Nguyen, Soroush M. Mirzaei Zarandi, and Michelle Khine

chapter 14|20 pages

Electric Fields for Vaccine Delivery: How In Vivo Electroporation Could Ful‘ll the Promise of DNA Vaccines

ByAndrew Y. Choo, Amir S. Khan, Niranjan Y. Sardesai, J. Joseph Kim

chapter 15|10 pages

- Atomic Force Microscopy as a Nanotool to Investigate Malaria-Infected Erythrocytes

ByBruce Russell, Ang Li, Chwee Teck Lim

chapter 16|18 pages

- Neural Prosthesis Facilitated by Nanotechnology

ByWentai Liu, Zhi Yang, Linh Hoang

chapter 18|20 pages

- Antimicrobial Nanomaterials in the Textile Industry

BySukon Phanichphant, Suriya Ounnunkad

chapter 19|18 pages

Recent Advances in Water Desalination through by Biotechnology and Nanotechnology

ByShaurya Prakash, Karen Bellman, Mark A. Shannon

chapter 20|32 pages

- Liposomal pH-Sensitive Nanomedicines in Preclinical Development

ByMaria Jose Morilla, Eder Lilia Romero

chapter 21|12 pages

- Bio- and Nanotechnology Offer High Performance for Water Cleanup

ByJ. Richard Schorr, Suvankar Sengupta, Richard Helferich

chapter 22|28 pages

- Nanoscience and Engineering for Robust Biosolar Cells

ByPonisseril Somasundaran, Michael Chin, Urszula Tylus Latosiewicz

chapter 24|18 pages

- Noble Metal Nanoparticles in Drug Delivery

ByRobert T. Tshikhudo, Ndabenhle M. Sosibo

chapter 25|22 pages

- Photonic Structures in Nature

ByPeter Vukusic, Joseph Noyes

chapter 26|34 pages

- Bionanotechnology Applications in Plants and Agriculture

ByStephen R. Wilson, Barry S. Flinn