Functional Nanomaterials for Regenerative Tissue Medicines
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Functional Nanomaterials for Regenerative Tissue Medicines covers nanomaterials in tissue engineering for regenerative therapies of heart, skin, eye, skeletal muscle, and the nervous system. It emphasizes fundamental design concepts and emerging forms of nanomaterials in soft and hard tissue engineering.
- Fills a gap in the literature related to the application of nanomaterials in hard and soft tissue regeneration, repair, and restructure
- Discusses a variety of applications including cardiac, kidney, liver, bone, wound healing, artificial organs, and dental
- Presents advantages and limitations of various nanomaterials alongside future challenges
This book is essential for academics and industry professionals working in tissue engineering, biomedicine, biopharmaceuticals, and nanotechnology. It is primarily intended for materials researchers (to develop the platforms related to tissue regeneration), as well as clinicians (to learn and apply nanomaterials in their practice) and industrial scientists (to develop the commercial blood substitute products).
Table of Contents
1. Nanomaterial Into Biological System Interactions: State of the Art. 2. Nano-Engineered Biomaterials for Tissue Regeneration: Properties Overview. 3. Patterning Nanomaterials for the Delivery of Growth Factors for Tissue Repair/Regenerations. 4. Tissue Regenerative Natural and Synthetic Materials. 5. Peptide-Based Functional Nanomaterials for Soft-Tissue Repair. 6. Scaffold Nanomaterials for Cardiac Tissue Regeneration. 7. Nanomaterial for Kidney Disease Management. 8. Materials for Liver Regeneration, Liver Cell Targeting and Normal Liver Tissue Care. 9. Hydroxyapatite Based Nanomaterials for Bone Tissue Regenerations. 10. Non-Calcium Nanomaterials for Bone Tissue Regenerations. 11. Nano-Therapeutics for Enhancing Burn Skin Wound Healing. 12. Nano-Medicinal Materials for Diabetic Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration. 13. Novel Biological and Technological Platforms for Dental Clinical Use. 14. Surgical Nanomaterials for Spinal Deformities: Design of Materials and Their Investigations. 15. Future Directions for Nanomaterials in Artificial Organ Transplantations.
Mariappan Rajan is currently worked as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Natural Products Chemistry, School of Chemistry, Madurai Kamaraj University, India. He is an experienced researcher and is mainly interested in developing biodegradable polymeric nanocarrier systems, nanohydrogels, nanoparticles, nanocomposite scaffolds, bio-ceramic materials, and mineral substituted scaffolds for Drug Delivery, Tissue engineering, Spinal cord regenerations, and Wound Dressing applications. Rajan has published more than 100 peer-reviewed publications, twelve book chapters, and four edited books. He has multiple editorial duties in many reputed international journals such as frontiers in cell and developmental biology, INNOSC Theranostics and Pharmacological Sciences, Journal of Nanoscience, Indian Journal of Applied Environmental Sciences, and books publishers such as Cambridge Scholars Publishing.