Special Issue "Nanocolloids for Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2018) | Viewed by 78388
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Interests: nanomedicine; drug delivery; scanning force microscopy; cytomechanics; nanocarriers
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This Special Issue of Nanomaterials, “Nanocolloids for Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery”, focuses on new development of tailored nano-systems for targeted drug delivery.
Nanomedicine is an interdisciplinary field where nanotechnology, nanoscience and nanoengineering interact with life sciences. It is expected to lead to the development of novel nanosystems, drugs and other applications for diagnosis and therapy. Furthermore nanoparticulates drug delivery are new attractive vehicles for transport and release drug on a targeted site.
This Special Issue will highlight on novel nanocolloids like magnetic nanoparticles, nanomicelles, nanoliposomes, nanocapsules and nanoclays, stimulating novel interests and ideas in research groups involved in the development of novel nanotools within the different areas of nanomaterials. The publication of original articles will contribute to the scientific progress in the area of personalized medicine and further stimulate the entering into clinical praxis of such new nanosystems.
- Drug Delivery
Prof. Stefano Leporatti
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