Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology Medical Application Research Documents Document List
Updated/Revised Date: 2018-12-23
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Although some of these documents from our Nanomedicine category may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted below by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created.
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List of Nanomedicine Publications:
The flexible artificial retina devices based on very thin 2D materials could someday restore sight to millions of people with retinal diseases.
Researchers warn that a combination of nanoparticles and contaminants may form a cocktail that is harmful to our cells.
Peptide nanoparticles outsmart biological system and target the kidney cells which may prove critical to treating chronic kidney disease.
Hybrid nanomaterial based on magnetite gold particles can serve as a platform to detect cancer cells anywhere in the body and to complete targeted deliveries of drugs to these cells.
New method enables miniature drug-filled nano-carriers to dock on to immune cells, which in turn attack tumors.
Researchers at Texas A&M University have explored a new class of clay nanoparticles that can direct stem cells to become bone or cartilage cells.
Researchers combine metalens with an artificial muscle - Artificial eye automatically stretches to simultaneously focus and correct astigmatism and image shift.
Therapeutic material based on nanofibers made of polycaprolactone modified with antibacterial composition and plasma components of human blood will accelerate growth of tissue cells twice as quickly and prevent formation of severe burn scars.
Researchers develop therapeutic complex based on multi-layer polymer nano-structures of superoxide dismutase that can be used to rehabilitate patients after acute SCI, strokes, and heart attacks.
Elements that make up ink in tattoos travel inside the human body in micro and nanoparticle forms and reach the lymph nodes.
The treatment could potentially limit secondary damage to the spinal cord in humans after an SCI.
Spaser can be used as optical probe and when released into the body, find circulating tumor cells, stick to them and destroy these cells by breaking them apart to prevent cancer metastases.
Researchers develop array of nanoscale sensors to detect individual components in breath samples from patients who were either healthy or had different diseases.
Analysis uncovers health and environmental hazards in nanosilver products already on store shelves, points to haphazard oversight and regulation by EPA.
Vehicles appear to produce carbon nanotubes, and some of the evidence has been found in human lungs.
Carbon nanotube fibers invented at Rice University may provide the best way to communicate directly with the brain.
Loading magnetic nanoparticles with drugs and dressing them in biochemical camouflage can destroy blood clots 100 to 1,000 times faster than commonly used clot-busting technique.
Injectable nanoparticles that could protect an injured person from further damage due to oxidative stress have proven effective in tests.
Cancerous cells and tumors will glow and fluoresce when exposed to near-infrared light giving surgeons precise guide on what to remove.
During ACL reconstruction surgeries, tunnels are drilled into the femur and tibia bones to hold the new ligament in a fixed position.
Researchers develop groundbreaking wireless material capable of sparking neuronal activity in response to light.
Researchers break new ground in development of proteins that form specialized fibers used in medicine and nanotechnology.
Growth factors are encapsulated so that they can inserted into micro and nano-capsules and implanted in the brain by means of craniotomy.
Creating particles that emit a colorful fluorescent glow in a biological environment, and can be precisely manipulated within living cells, has been achieved.
Researchers hope to take a healthy salad up a level by growing a vaccine for an aggressive form of breast cancer in leafy greens.
One-step process uses potassium superoxide (KO2) to rapidly form oxide nanoparticles from simple salt solutions in water.
Presentation on development of nanowire nano-electronic devices and their application as tools for recording and stimulation from level of single cells to tissue.
Researchers announce development of lab-on-a-chip platform for detecting protein cancer markers in blood using advances in plasmonics, nano-fabrication, microfluids and surface chemistry.
New study from the University of Southern Denmark shows nano-silver can penetrate our cells and cause damage.
Bio-printing method creates intricately patterned 3D tissue constructs with multiple cell types and blood vessels creating human tissue realistic enough to test drug safety and effectiveness.
Document looks at the potential health risk to humans from nanotechnology based products contaminating fresh produce and other food products.
Research on new cancer treatment technique that uses nanoparticles to reprogram immune cells so they are able to recognize and attack cancer cells.
Highly significant breakthrough in translational immunotherapy that can be used in many immune related diseases including Type 1 diabetes food allergies and asthma.
Graphene could be used in the future to help repair spinal cord injuries as well as revolutionize the electronics industry.
Method for embedding networks of biocompatible nanoscale wires within engineered tissues allowing direct tissue sensing and potentially stimulation.
Nanoscale films promote bone growth and creates a stronger seal between implant and the bone.
Chitosan could be used as a protective wound-healing material to avoid opportunistic infection as well as working to facilitate wound healing.
Scientists can use this new model heart to shed light on the mechanism by which the nanoparticles influence the heart rate.
A new method of nanoscopic imaging may lead to new methods for early detection and diagnosis and treatments for pathological tissues precursors to multiple sclerosis and similar diseases.
Such particles could target nearly any type of tumor, and can be designed to carry virtually any type of drug.
Likely that many cancer patients could benefit from this new type of treatment in the long run.
Seven new research projects on regenerative medicine and nanomedicine received $16 million in funding.
Hepatocellular carcinoma is the fifth most common cancer in the world and is highly aggressive.
Tiny gold particles can help doctors detect tumor cells circulating in the blood of patients with head and neck cancer.
Nanoshells are light-activated nanoparticles designed to destroy tumors with heat and avoid unwanted side effects of cancer drugs and radiation therapy.
Reconstructive surgery matching cutting-edge medicine to the latest developments in nanotechnology.
Tiny particles used in a range of everyday products from computers to shampoo can adversely affect the lungs.
Nanoparticle drug delivery could be beneficial for patients suffering from inflammatory bowel diseases including Crohns Disease ulcerative colitis and irritable bowel syndrome.
Technology can make nanoscale protein measurements which scientists can use in clinical trials to learn how drugs work.
The artificial skin dubbed e-skin is the first such material made out of inorganic single crystalline semiconductors.
NanoSmart Pharmaceuticals has received a Notice of Allowance for a US patent on its proprietary cancer tumor targeting technology.
Evidence a plastic antibody artificial version of proteins produced by the immune system works in the bloodstream.
Atomic layer deposition to incorporate biological functionality into complex nanomaterials.
Development of nanotubes that could one day deliver drugs to specific diseased cancer cells.
The gold bullets are gold nanocages that when injected selectively accumulate in tumors.
Minuscule wires known as carbon nanotubes could lead to a new way of producing electricity.
Nanoparticles could eliminate arterial stents and provide alternative to drug-releasing stents in patients with cardiovascular disease.
Nanoparticles are just billionths of a millimeter in size exhibiting novel and often surprising properties.
Carbon nanotubes may be causing harm to the human body in the form of mesothelioma cancer.
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