Nanoscale Technology in Biological Systems Ed by Ralph S. Greco, Fritz B. Prinz and Smith R. Lane
By: Greco, Ralph S.
Contributor(s): Lane, Smith R | Prinz, Fritz B.Material type: BookPublisher: Boca Raton CRC Press 2005Description: 485p.ISBN: 9780849319402.Subject(s): NanotechnologyDDC classification: 620.5
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As science continues to explore the power and potential of nanotechnology, the field of biology presents some of the most exciting avenues for applications. Nanoscale Technology in Biological Systems reviews recent accomplishments in the field of nanotechnology and introduces their application to human biology. The book focuses on the application of nanofabrication to biomedical devices, evaluates new physical methods for cell isolation and manipulation, and discusses intracellular communication at the molecular level. It also explores the application of nanobiology to cardiovascular disease, oncology, transplantation, and a range of related disciplines. Presenting the latest information on the promising collaboration between nanotechnology and biology, this book provides an understanding of the principles underlying the application of nanotechnology to basic science research, applied research, and clinical practice. It is an invaluable reference for a diverse range of research in cell biology, biochemistry, materials science, bioengineering, and biotechnology.