Nanotherapeutics: From Laboratory to Clinic comprehensively discusses the current shortcomings for delivery of classical small drugs, macromolecular therapeutics, and recombinant vaccine via the common intravascular and extravascular routes. It also reveals the diversified approaches undertaken by harnessing nanotechnology to overcome the multistep extracellular and intracellular barriers and to facilitate the development of novel strategies for therapeutic delivery and imaging.
A focus on the above issues in a concise but illustrative manner fills the gap between the laboratory findings originating from the research on identification of cellular and systemic barriers of classical and macromolecular drugs along with development of strategies for fabrication and testing of nanotherapeutics, and the clinical outcomes emanating from the testing of the selected potential nanotherapeutics on patients of particular diseases.
The book also fills a gap in the existing literature between the design and development of diversified nanotherapeutics for various purposes and the investigation and evaluation of potential barriers and resultant therapeutic efficacy of those nano-medicine formulations. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x About Ezharul Hoque Chowdhury Dr. Ezharul Hoque Chowdhury is an associate professor and cluster leader of biomedical engineering under the Advanced Engineering Platform at Monash University Sunway Campus.
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He obtained his Doctor of Engineering degree in at Tokyo Tech. Chowdhury has pioneered the development of pH-sensitive inorganic nanoparticles as smart tools for efficient and targeted intracellular delivery of genetic materials, gene-silencing elements, proteins, and classical anticancer drugs.
He is currently applying this smart nanotechnology for the treatment of cancer, particularly breast carcinoma, and cardiovascular diseases, such as diabetes. Chowdhury holds six Japanese and US patents. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
The crucial goal of nanotherapeutics is comprehensive monitoring repair and improvement of all human biologic system. There is great concern over the environmental and health risk with the use of nanomedicine.
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