Jenny Stanford Publishing
504 pages | 32 Color Illus. | 31 B/W Illus.
In the fast-developing field of nanomedicine, a broad variety of materials have been used for the development of advanced delivery systems for drugs, genes, and diagnostic agents. With the recent breakthroughs in the field, we are witnessing a new age of disease management, which is governed by precise regulation of dosage and delivery. This book presents the advances in the use of lipid-based and inorganic nanomaterials for medical imaging, diagnosis, theranostics, and drug delivery. The materials discussed include liposome-scaffold systems, elastic liposomes, targeted liposomes, solid lipid nanoparticles, lipoproteins, exosomes, porous inorganic nanomaterials, silica nanoparticles, and inorganic nanohybrids. The book provides all available information about them and describes in detail their advantages and disadvantages and the areas where they could be utilized successfully.
Liposome-Scaffold Systems for Drug Delivery
Elastic Liposomes for Drug Delivery
Nicole J. Bassous, Amit K. Roy, and Thomas J. Webster
Recent Advances with Targeted Liposomes for Drug Delivery
Josimar O. Eloy et al.
Liposomal Drug Delivery System and Its Clinically Available Products
Upendra Bulbake, Nagavendra Kommineni, and Wahid Khan
Solid Lipid Nanoparticles
Lipoproteins for Biomedical Applications: Medical Imaging and Drug Delivery
Pratap C. Naha et al.
Exosomes in Cancer Disease, Progression, and Drug Resistance
Taraka Sai Pavan Grandhi, Rajeshwar Nitiyanandan, and Kaushal Rege
Porous Inorganic Nanomaterials for Drug Delivery
Elshaimaa Sayed et al.
Silica Nanoparticles for Diagnosis, Imaging and Theranostics
Jessica Rosenholm and Tuomas Näreoja
Silica Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery
Marisa Adams and Brian G. Trewyn
Hyaluronan-Functionalized Inorganic Nanohybrids for Drug Delivery
Hongbin Zhang and Zhixiang Cai