Special Issue "Immune Responses to Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 October 2020) | Viewed by 25792
Interests: innate immune system; chemokines; nanomaterials; nanobiointeractions; adjuvants
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Nanotechnology has consolidated its success in the past years by producing novel devices and materials, which are currently applied in several fields of research and industry. Our interest is focused on biomedical applications of nanotechnologies to improve the therapeutics’ performances, as well as diagnostics. Successful nanodevices for drug or gene delivery, imaging or synthesized with materials acting per se (e.g., nanozimes) require full biocompatibility. Recent literature has highlighted the importance of host immune responses to nanomaterials as a critical issue to be addressed in order to create safe-by-design nanotools.
The present Special Issue would like to overcome the “classical nanotoxicology” as limited to toxicity results on cell death mechanisms, rather providing information on the several interactions that the immune system has with nanomaterials developed to biomedical applications. Novel results on immune cell, tissue or different animal models’ inflammatory responses to nanomaterials will be welcome, as well as critical review articles challenging the present knowledge and offering an expert platform to discussion.
Dr. Giuseppe Bardi
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- biomedical applications
- innate immune system
- adaptive immune system
- immune responses
- immune cells
- immune response
- inflammatory mediators