Drug Delivery

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This Sensor Tech TOE covers innovations in sensors for monitoring physical or muscle activities, drug delivery, and skin tone. It also provides insights on patents, drivers and challenges, funding, and a futuristic scenario. Innovations profiled include a wearable system to detect lactate in sweat, an electrode for monitoring muscle and nerve cell ...

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This issue profiles use of a nano-based dendrimer drug delivery system for treating retinitis pigmentos, nanobowls for enhancing performance of optical photovoltaic devices, and a renewable and cost-effective nano-filter for effluent treatment.

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This issue profiles nanotechnology for enhancing drug delivery, building biological optoelectronic probes with CNT transistors, and creating energy storage devices with graphene and nanotube carpets.

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Nanotechnology in drug delivery is one of the most advanced and promising research areas. An important driver for interest in nanobiotechnology is the possibility of targeted drug delivery. Because of their small size, it is possible for nanoparticles to pass biological membranes. Many of the nanoparticles or delivery system for a nanomaterial ar...

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Nanoemulsions are nano-sized emulsions, which are manufactured for improving delivery of active pharmaceutical ingredients especially for drug delivery. In the past few years, many new nanoemulsion technologies have been commercialized for the purpose of targeted drug delivery, which impart better bioavailability due to higher surface area. Nanoemu...

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