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Nanotechnology: A Promising New Paradigm for the Control of Pain.

The objective of this article is to critically review both preclinical and clinical studies that focus on the use of nanotechnology for both acute and chronic pain management, surveying both diagnostic and therapeutic applications. The article also provides information on nanotechnology for pain practitioners, so that they may better understand how this technology works and how it may be applied to their day-to-day clinical practice.

Advances in Silver Nanotechnology: An Update on Biomedical Applications and Future Perspectives.

Nanotechnology is one of the most promising fields for producing new applications in nanotechnology, biotechnology, and medicine. However, only a few products have been used for nanotechnology, biotechnology, and medical purposes. Nanoparticles have been among the most usually applied nanomaterial in our health care system for hundreds of years. The most prominent nano product is nano silver which generally present at 1-100 nm in size in at least one dimension. Silver nanoparticles reveal remarkably unusu...

Nanomedicine 2.0.

Nanotechnology can profoundly change the way we diagnose and treat diseases, but the ability to control how engineered nanoparticles behave within the body remains largely elusive. This Commentary describes the progress and limitations of nanomedicine and the research and experimental philosophies that should be considered in our quest to advance nanotechnology to the clinic.

Responsible research and development? Translating absences from nanotechnology in Portugal.

This article analyzes how responsible innovation has been discussed and implemented in the context of one of the Portuguese government's main activities to foster nanotechnology. Through the actor-network theory and the sociology of absences, we investigate the process of coproduction at the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory to identify how concerns about responsible development have been implemented or ignored in the rules and practices. The institute emerged from a sociotechnical imagination...

The evolving landscape of drug products containing nanomaterials in the United States.

The Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) within the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is tracking the use of nanotechnology in drug products by building and interrogating a technical profile of products containing nanomaterials submitted to CDER. In this Analysis, data from more than 350 products show an increase in the submissions of drug products containing nanomaterials over the last two decades. Of these, 65% are investigational new drugs, 17% are new drug applications and 18% are abbrevia...

Exploiting algal mineralization for nanotechnology: bringing coccoliths to the fore.

Complex mineral structures are produced by many microalgal species. Pioneering work on diatom silica has demonstrated the potential of such structures in nanotechnology. The calcified scales of coccolithophores (coccoliths) have received less attention, but the large diversity of architectures make coccoliths attractive as parts for nano-devices. Currently coccolith calcite can be modified by the incorporation of metal ions or adsorption of enzymes to the surface, but genetic modification of coccolithophore...

Graphene fragments: When 1 + 1 is odd.

Integrating Three-Dimensional Printing and Nanotechnology for Musculoskeletal Regeneration.

The field of tissue engineering is advancing steadily, partly due to advancements in rapid prototyping technology. Even with increasing focus, successful complex tissue regeneration of vascularized bone, cartilage and the osteochondral interface remains largely illusive. This review examines current three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting techniques and their application towards bone, cartilage and osteochondral regeneration. The importance of, and benefit to, nanomaterial integration is also highlighted with re...

Phytofabricated gold nanoparticles and their biomedical applications.

In a couple of decades, nanotechnology has become a trending technology owing to its integrated science collection that incorporates variety of fields such as chemistry, physics, medicine, catalytic processes, food processing industries, electronics and energy sectors. One of the emerging fields of nanotechnology that has gained momentous admiration is nano-biotechnology. Nano-biotechnology is an integrated combination of biology with nanotechnology that encompasses the tailoring, and synthesis of small par...

DNA computing: Spatially localized DNA domino.

Supramolecular chemistry: Host in translation.

Nanomachines: A light-powered clockwork.

Internet of things: Sensing without power.

Single-molecule DNA sequencing: Getting to the bottom of the well.

Nanodevices that acts as nanocarriers for controlled and directed drug delivery to select cells, organs or tissues in cardiovascular diseases.

Cardiovascular disease, which today represents the main cause of death worldwide, is a likely candidate for the application of nanotechnology in the near future. Nanocarriers are currently being developed to deliver medicine (smart drugs) to selected targets in cells and tissues of blood vessels and the heart, as well as to aid in diagnosis and screening for early detection and individualized treatment. Other applications of nanotechnology hold promise for the long run, such as using nanodevices for drug de...

Biophysics: A toehold in cell surface dynamics.

Cancer immunotherapy: Making allies of phagocytes.

Spintronics: Anatomy of spin-orbit torques.

Kidney physiology: A size bandpass filter.

Returning to the Patent Landscapes for Nanotechnology: Assessing the Garden that It Has Grown Into.

The patent landscape, like a garden, can tell you much about its designers and users; their motivations, biases, and general interests. While both patent landscapes and gardens may appear to the casual observer as refined and ordered, an in-depth exploration of the terrain is likely to reveal unforeseen challenges including, for example, alien species, thickets, and trolls. As this Chapter illustrates, patent landscapes are dynamic and have been forced to continually evolve in response to technological inno...

Thermal desalination membranes: Carbon nanotubes keep up the heat.

Quantum effects: Heat flow in atomic bottlenecks.

Lithium-oxygen batteries: The reaction mechanism revealed.

Directed self-assembly: A dress code for block copolymers.

Neuromorphic computation: Sparse codes from memristor grids.

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