Emerging Phytosynthesized Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications Paperback / softback
by Genevieve (Associate Professor, Research Center, College of Medicine, Davao Medical Sch Dable-Tupas, Michael (Chemical Engineering Department, University of Tennessee, <br>Chattanooga, TN, U K Danquah, Jaison (Senior Researcher, CQM - Centro De Quimica Da Madeira, MMRG, Universidade Da Ma Jeevanandam, Anandhakumar (Associate Professor, SRM Research Institute, SRM Institute of Science a Sundaramurthy, Kei (Lead Bioprocess Scientist, Esco Aster, Singapore) Xian
Part of the Micro & Nano Technologies series
Paperback / softback
Emerging Phytosynthesized Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications provides readers with an increased understanding of the efficacy of phytochemicals obtained from plant extracts for the synthesis of nanomaterials, mechanism of formation, and the development of functional composites, all while still minimizing toxicity to humans and the environment.
The book presents various novel biomedical applications of phytosynthesized nanomaterials for cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular treatment, drug delivery, antimicrobial agents, orthopedics, and biosensors, as well as pharmaceutical product development.
This is an important reference source for biomaterials scientists and plant scientists looking to increase their understanding of how photosynthesized nanomaterials can be used in biomedical applications.