Special Issue "Advances in Nanostructured Materials between Pharmaceutics and Biomedicine"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2020).
Interests: controlled release; solid state properties; organic and inorganic nano- microparticles; inhaled dry powders; drug physical modification; cell microencapsulation and engineering
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Special Issue in International Journal of Molecular Sciences: Advances in Nanostructured Materials between Pharmaceutics and Biomedicine 2.0
Special Issue in Pharmaceutics: Advances in Nanostructured Materials between Pharmaceutics and Biomedicine 2.0
Nanostructured materials are materials containing an internal or surface structure in the nanometer length scale on which their properties depend. Organic, inorganic, and hybrid nanostructures find broad application across several areas of pharmaceutics and biomedicine. In particular, medicinal chemistry, drug delivery, and tissue engineering have benefited from the progress in such technologies. Considerable advances have characterized the recent application of nanostructured materials in medicine, from diagnostic biosensors to scaffolds for tissue engineering, without forgetting the high relevance in catalysis and biocatalysis applied to biology and chemical synthesis.
This Special Issue aims at the most recent advances in nanostructured material across chemistry and biology, including manufacturing and potential toxicity issues. Particular importance will be given to applications in medicinal chemistry and flow chemistry, targeted and local drug nanocarriers, nanostructured matrices for controlled release, biosensors, and functional nanomaterials and their biological relevance.
Prof. Dr. Stefano Giovagnoli
Dr. Alessandro Di Michele
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Nanostructured materials in medicinal chemistry
- Nanomaterials and flow chemistry
- Biofunctional nanomaterials
- Nanostructured materials for catalysis
- Nanostructured scaffolds for tissue engineering
- Nanomaterials for local and targeted drug delivery
- Nanostructured biosensors and diagnostic tools
- Nanostructured scaffolds for biocatalysis
- Nanostructured matrices for drug delivery
- Nanostructured materials manufacturing
- Nanomaterial toxicity
- Nanomaterial functionalization and characterization
- Nanomaterial structural analysis
- Functional nanomaterials
- Heterogenous catalysis
- Flow chemistry
- Local and targeted drug delivery
- Nanostructured scaffolds