Today we find the applications of nanotechnology in all spheres of life. Nanotechnology: Therapeutic, Nutraceutical and Cosmetic Advances discusses recent advances in the field, particularly with therapeutics, nutraceuticals and cosmetic sciences.
Therapeutics is an area which has perhaps benefitted the most, although nanoscience and technology have quietly entered the realms of food science and are playing pivotal roles in the efficient utilization of nutraceuticals. Finally, even before therapeutics came cosmetics and companies started marketing unique products embedding the beneficial and advanced properties enabled by the use of nanostructures. This book highlights trends and applications of this wonderful new technology.
Table of Contents
1. Potential of Nanostructures for Drug Delivery: With a Special Reference to Polymeric Nanoparticles
[Pranab Jyoti Das, Laldusanga Pachuau, Ramkrishna Sen, and Bhaskar Mazumder]
2. Characterization Techniques of Nanoparticles Applied in Drug Delivery Systems
[Vipin Kumar Sharma and Daphisha Marbaniang]
3. Therapeutic Nanostructures in Antitubercular Therapy
[Paulami Pal, Subhabrata Ray, Anup Kumar Das, and Bhaskar Mazumder]
4. Therapeutic Nanostructures for Improved Wound Healing
[Lalduhsanga Pachuau, Pranab Jyoti Das, and Bhaskar Mazumder]
5. The Role of Nanotechnology in the Treatment of Drug Resistance Cancer
[Sandipan Dasgupta, Anup Kumar Das, Paulami Pal, Subhabrata Ray, and Bhaskar Mazumder]
6. Nanoemulsions in Non-Invasive Drug Delivery Systems
[Ratna Jyoti Das, Subhabrata Ray, Paulami Pal, Anup Kumar Das, and Bhaskar Mazumder]
7. Nanostructures for Improving the Oral Bioavailability of Herbal Medicines
8. Nanotechnology for Tissue Regeneration
[Kumud Joshi, Pronobesh Chattopadhyay, and Bhaskar Mazumdar]
9. Nanotechnology in Preventive and Emergency Healthcare
[Nilutpal Sharma Bora, Bhaskar Mazumder, Manash Pratim Pathak, Kumud Joshi, and Pronobesh Chattopadhyay]
10. Prospects of Nanotechnology in Brain Targeting Drug Delivery
[Srijita Chakrabarti, Probin Kr Roy, Pronobesh Chattopadhyay, and Bhaskar Mazumder]
11. Recent Advances and Potential Applications of Nanoemulsions in Food Stuffs: Industrial Perspectives
[Bankim Chandra Nandy, Pranab Jyoti Das, and Sandipan Dasgupta]
12. Toxic Effects of Metal and Metal Oxide Nanoparticles on Humans and the Environment
[Sanjay Dey, Bhaskar Mazumder, and Supriya Datta]
13. Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals: An Overview of the Clinical Outcomes and Evidence-Based Archive
[Manjir Sarma Kataki, Ananya Rajkumari, and Bibhuti Bhusan Kakoti]
14. Emulsification Technology for Cosmetics Preparation
[Kazi Asraf Ali and Sanjit Roy]
15. Nanotechnology in Cosmetics: Safety Evaluation and Assessment
[Sanjoy Kumar Das, Rajan Rajabalaya, and Sheba Rani N. David]
Bhaskar Mazumder, M. Pharm, PhD, FIC, Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dibrugarh University, Assam, is a former Overseas Associate in the University of South Florida (Health). He is a former visiting fellow of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Assam University, Silchar, Assam. He has nearly eight years of Industrial experience in Formulation and Development in various companies.
Subhabrata Ray, Principal, Dr. B. C. Roy College of Pharmacy and AHS Durgapur, WB has more than eighteen years of Research and teaching experience. He completed B. Pharm (Hons) and M. Pharm (1st Class first) from Jadavpur University in the year 1996 and 1998 respectively. He was awarded Doctor in Philosophy (PhD) in Pharmacy from Jadavpur University in the year 2003. His field of Research Work is QSPR applications in Novel Drug Delivery Systems.
Paulami Pal is the Principal Investigator of project sponsored under Women Scientist Scheme-A by Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India and she is conducting her research work in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Dibrugarh University, Assam, India. With more than two years of teaching experience, her research interest lies in the field of developing novel drug delivery systems with special attention to non-invasive drug delivery.
Dr. Yashwant Pathak completed Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Technology from Nagpur University, India and EMBA & MS in Conflict Management from Sullivan University. He is Professor and Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs at College of Pharmacy, University of South Florida. Tampa, Florida. With extensive experience in academia as well as industry, he has more than 100 publications and 2 patent and 2 patent application, 21 edited books published, including 7 books in Nanotechnology and 6 in Nutraceuticals and drug delivery systems. He has several books in cultural studies and conflict management. He has received several National and International awards. Dr Yashwant Pathak is also an Adjunct Professor at College of Public health, Airlangga University, Surabaya, Indonesia.