Download Photonanotechnology for Therapeutics and Imaging Ebook PDF

Photonanotechnology for Therapeutics and Imaging

Photonanotechnology for Therapeutics and Imaging
A Book

by Seok Ki Choi

  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 2020-02-14
  • Pages : 422
  • ISBN : 0128178418
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
GET BOOK

Photonanotechnology for Therapeutics and Imaging surveys major concepts and recent advances in the use of photonanotechnology with nanomaterials reported in various interdisciplinary fields, including chemistry, materials science, biomedical engineering and biomedicine. This book discusses the impact of this technology on the advancement of therapeutic modalities and imaging methods in cancers, infectious diseases and other serious diseases. Photonanotechnology studies the design principle, application and development of photoactive nanomaterials. It applies light-controlled strategies for the development of nanotherapeutics, imaging agents and diagnostic nanodevices. Provides the latest information on photocontrolled drug delivery systems Details how photoactive nanomaterials are designed to release reactive oxygen species (ROS) for photodynamic therapy (PDT) Explains how photoactive nanomaterials have the ability to induce surface plasmonic heating for photothermal therapeutic (PTT) effects

Dyes and Photoactive Molecules in Microporous Systems

Dyes and Photoactive Molecules in Microporous Systems
A Book

by Virginia Martínez-Martínez,Fernando López Arbeloa

  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 2020-12-15
  • Pages : 406
  • ISBN : 303056634X
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
GET BOOK

This book provides an overview of the design, synthesis, and characterization of different photoactive hybrid organic-inorganic materials, based on the combination of mainly organic molecules and inorganic nanostructures, tackling their uses in different scientific fields from photonics to biomedicine. There are many examples extensively describing how the confinement of organic compounds (i.e. chromophores, photochromic molecules or photoreactants), or other photoactive compounds (i.e.metal clusters) into several microporous systems can modulate the photophysical properties and photochemical reactions leading to interesting applications. Among (ordered)-hosts, different systems of diverse nature are widely used, such as the, the 1D- or 3D- channels of zeolitic frameworks, interlayer space of 2D-clays, the organic nanospace of curcubituril and cyclodextrins or the organo-inorganic porous crystalline MOFs systems. This volume highlights the advances of these photoactive materials and aims to be an inspiration for researchers working in materials science and photochemistry, including chemists, material engineers, physicists, biologists, and medical researchers.