Special Issue "Functional Glyconanomaterials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2021) | Viewed by 8942
Interests: nanotechnology; nanobiotechnology; nanocatalysis; biocatalysis; protein chemistry; medicinal chemistry; chemical biology; chemical technology; organic chemistry
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Interests: carbohydrate chemistry; glycoconjugates; nanomaterials; polysaccharide hydrogels; biotransformations and medicinal chemistry
Interests: carbohydrate chemistry, cyclodextrins, glycomimetics, multivalency, self-assembly, drug delivery, gene delivery, glycosidase inhibitors, glycodrugs
Nanotechnology provides a new array of techniques and platforms to study glycosystems. Recent developments in the field have provided access to an advanced toolkit of synthetic nanomaterials and improved techniques to study such molecules at high resolution. Current advances in glycobiology research have demonstrated that glycosylated biomacromolecules play crucial roles in a wide range of important biological functions. Thus, the development of glycofunctionalized materials emulating or interfering in those processes, such as glycocarrier systems or glycoconjugate drugs, offer great potential for applications in a broad range of fields. The chemical diversity of carbohydrates can be exploited for the development of new materials with controlled and precise chemical, physical, and biological properties.
This Special Issue invites research articles involving the design, fabrication, and utilization of glyconanomaterials for biomedical applications.
Prof. Dr. Jose M. Palomo
Prof. Dr. M. Carmen Galan
Prof. Dr. José Manuel García Fernández
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