Biointeractions of Nanomaterials Vijaykumar B Sutariya; Yashwant PathakMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: Boca Raton, London, New York : CRC Press, 2015.Description: xviii, 468 pages : illustrationsISBN:
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Chapter 1: Introduction-Biointeractions of Nanomaterials : Challenges and Solutions Chapter 2: Nanoparticle Exposures in Occupational Environments Chapter 3: Physicochemical Characterization-Dependent Toxicity of Nanoparticles Chapter 4: Cytotoxicity of Stimuli-Responsive Nanomaterials : Predicting Clinical Viability through Robust Biocompatibility Profiles Chapter 5: Biosensing Devices for Toxicity Assessment of Nanomaterials Chapter 6: Carbon Nanotubes and Pulmonary Toxicity Chapter 7: Nanotoxicity of Polymeric and Solid Lipid Nanoparticles Chapter 8: Analytical Characterization of Nanomaterials in Biological Matrices for Hazard Assessment Chapter 9: Nanoparticles and Human Health : A Review of Epidemiological Studies Chapter 10: Toxicogenomic Approaches to Understanding the Toxicity of Nanoparticles Chapter 11: Nanomaterial-Based Gene and Drug Delivery : Pulmonary Toxicity Considerations Chapter 12: Cardiovascular Toxicity of Nanomaterials Chapter 13: Toxicity of Nanomaterials on the Gastrointestinal Tract Chapter 14: Toxicity of Nanomaterials on the Liver, Kidney, and Spleen Chapter 15: Regulatory Implications of Nanotechnology Chapter 16: Ocular Toxicity of Nanoparticles Chapter 17: Genotoxicity of Nanoparticles Chapter 18: Interactions of Polysaccharide-Coated Nanoparticles with Proteins Chapter 19: Models for Risk Assessments of Nanoparticles Chapter 20: Immunotoxicity of Carbon Nanoparticles
The advent of nanotechnology and its applications in fields such as nano materials and nano systems have led to an increased concern about the safety and compatibility of these systems with biological systems. This is particularly true because the main routes of nano materials contact are inhalation, dermal absorption, and ingestion. Biointeractions of Nanomaterials addresses these issues related to toxicity and safety of nano materials and nano systems. It covers the range of interactions in biological systems and presents various tools and methods used for evaluation, includ.
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