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Editorial: Energy Storage and Conversion Technologies: The Nanotechnology Role in their Advances.

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.

Paradigm shift in theranostics of neuroendocrine tumors: conceptual horizons of nanotechnology in nuclear medicine.

We present a comprehensive review of Neuroendocrine Tumors (NET) and the current and developing imaging and therapeutic modalities for NET with emphasis on Nuclear Medicine modalities. Subsequently, nanotechnology and its emerging role in cancer management, especially NET, are discussed. The article is both educative and informative. The objective is to provide an insight into the developments made in nuclear medicine and nanotechnology towards management of NET, individually as well as combined together.

Reply to Comment on 'Nanoscale mapping of optical band gaps using monochromated electron energy loss spectroscopy' by Zhan, Granerød, Venkatachalapathy, Johansen, Jensen, Kuznetsov and Prytz in Nanotechnology 28 (2017) 105703.

We respond to the comment by Thomas Walther and reaffirm the findings of our original article.

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.

Nanotechnology Strategies to Advance Outcomes in Clinical Cancer Care.

Ongoing research into the application of nanotechnology for cancer treatment and diagnosis has demonstrated its advantages within contemporary oncology as well as its intrinsic limitations. The National Cancer Institute publishes the Cancer Nanotechnology Plan every 5 years since 2005. The most recent iteration helped codify the ongoing basic and translational efforts of the field and displayed its breadth with several evolving areas. From merely a technological perspective, this field has seen tremendous g...

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...

Comment on 'Nanoscale mapping of optical band gaps using monochromated electron energy loss spectroscopy' by Zhan, Granerød, Venkatachalapathy, Johansen, Jensen, Kuznetsov and Prytz in Nanotechnology 28 (2017) 105703.

Comment on ‘Nanoscale mapping of optical band gaps using monochromated electron energy loss spectroscopy’ by Zhan, Granerød, Venkatachalapathy, Johansen, Jensen, Kuznetsov and Prytz in Nanotechnology 28 (2017) 105703 by Thomas Walther, Department,of Electronic & Electrical Enginenering, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK.

DNA Nanotechnology-Enabled Interfacial Engineering for Biosensor Development.

Biosensors represent biomimetic analytical tools for addressing increasing needs in medical diagnosis, environmental monitoring, security, and biodefense. Nevertheless, widespread real-world applications of biosensors remain challenging due to limitations of performance, including sensitivity, specificity, speed, and reproducibility. In this review, we present a DNA nanotechnology-enabled interfacial engineering approach for improving the performance of biosensors. We first introduce the main challenges of ...

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...

DNA computing: Spatially localized DNA domino.

Internet of things: Sensing without power.

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

DNA-based construction at the nanoscale: Emerging trends and applications.

The field of structural DNA nanotechnology has reached adolescence - starting with the creation of artificial immobile junctions leading to the recent DNA-protein hybrid nanoscale shapes - in a span of about 35 years. It is now possible to create complex DNA-based nanoscale shapes and assemblies with greater stability and predictability, thanks to the development of computational tools and advances in experimental techniques. Although started with the original goal of DNA-assisted structure determination of...

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...

Response to the question (Ref> No.: JN2017754).

Spintronics: Anatomy of spin-orbit torques.

Kidney physiology: A size bandpass filter.

Heterochiral DNA Strand-Displacement Circuits.

The absence of a straightforward strategy to interface native D-DNA with its enantiomer L-DNA - oligonucleotides of opposite chirality are incapable of forming contiguous Watson-Crick (WC) base pairs with each other - has enforced a "homochiral" paradigm over the field of dynamic DNA nanotechnology. As a result, chirality, a key intrinsic property of nucleic acids, is often overlooked as a design element for engineering DNA-based devices, potentially limiting the types of behaviors that can be achieved usin...

Water treatment: A scalable graphene-based membrane.

New horizons for cellulose nanotechnology.

Absence of redshift in the direct bandgap of silicon nanocrystals with reduced size.

Reply to 'Absence of redshift in the direct bandgap of silicon nanocrystals with reduced size'.

Nanomedicine for Immunosuppressive Therapy: Achievements in Pre-Clinical and Clinical Research.

Immunosuppression has been the mainstay therapy in organ transplantation and autoimmune diseases. Different classes of drugs have been used in such disease conditions, but their effective clinical application has been limited by the emergence of systemic immunosuppression and/or individual drug side effects. Nanotechnology approaches may be used to modify the mentioned shortcomings of immunosuppressive therapy by enhancing the delivery of immunosuppressant to target cells of the immune system, thus reducing...

Natural Bioenhancers in Drug Delivery: An Overview.

When the bioavailability of a drug increases, a corresponding increase in the levels of that drug in the bloodstream occurs. With this, drug efficacy is augmented and the dosage required to yield a specific therapeutic effect diminishes comparably. Until recently, only a few methods have proven effective in enhancing drug bioavailability, among which are the disaggregation of micronized molecules, the use of timedrelease and topical preparations, mechanization, polymorph and crystal form selection, drug sol...

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