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Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine in Diabetes

Edited by Lan-Anh Le, Ross J. Hunter, Victor R. Preedy

CRC Press – 2012 – 400 pages

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Description

Understanding the importance of nanosciences in diabetes is problematic as some texts can be too technical for the novice. This book uses a reader–friendly format suitable not only for practitioners but newcomers as well. It begins with general aspects of nanotechnology and nanomedicine in diabetes. It then discusses glucose and glucose sensors based on functional nanocomposites before moving on to a discussion of insulin and the use of nanoprobes to monitor cell processes in the pancreas. Finally, it explores drugs and other treatments, including second-generation sulfonylurea glipizide loaded biodegradable nanoparticles and nanoparticle-mediated delivery of angiogenic inhibitors in diabetic retinopathy.

Contents

General Aspects

Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine in Diabetes: An Overview, Denison J. Kuruvilla, and A.K. Salem

Lipid Matrix Nanoparticles in Diabetes, Eliana B. Souto, Joana F. Fangueiro, and Selma S. Souto

Atomic Force Microscopy: An Enabling Nanotechnology for Diabetes Research, Brian J. Rodriguez and Suzanne P. Jarvis

Characterization of Tissues at the Nanometer Scale Using the Atomic Force Microscope, Applications to Red Blood Cells in Diabetes, Huai-Hong Cai, Pei-Hui Yang and Jiye Cai

Nanocarriers of Antisense Oligonucleotides in Diabetes, Novella Rapini, Nunzio Bottini, and Massimo Bottini

Glucose

Carbon Nanotubes Coupled to siRNA Generates Efficient Transfection and is a Tool for Examining Glucose Uptake in Skeletal Muscle, Johanna T Lanner, and Håkan Westerblad

Glucose Sensors Based on Functional Nanocomposites, Kwang Pill Lee, A.I. Gopalan, and Shanmugasundaram Komathi

Zinc Oxide Nanorods and their Application to Intracellular Glucose Measurements, M.H. Asif, Magnus Willander, Peter Strålfors, and Bengt Danielsson

Insulin

Nanoprobes to Monitor Cell Processes in the Pancreas: Claire Billotey, Caroline Aspord, Florence Gazeau, Pascal Perriat, Olivier Tillement Charles Thivolet, and Marc Janier

Mucoadhesive Nanoparticles for Oral Delivery of Insulin, S. Sajeesh , Chandra P. Sharma, and Christine Vauthier

Insulin-nanoparticles for Transdermal Absorption, Jiangling Wan, Huibi Xu, and Xiangliang Yang

Applications of Carbon Nanomaterials for MALDI-TOF-MS and Electrochemical Analysis of Insulin, Stefan A. Schönbichler, Lukas K.H. Bittner, Johannes D. Pallua, Verena A. Huck-Pezzei, Christine Pezzei, Günther K. Bonn, and Christian W. Huck

Drugs and Treatments

Second Generation Sulfonylurea Glipizide Loaded Biodegradable Nanoparticles in Diabetes, S. Saraf, S. Saraf, and Lan-Anh Le

Immune Protection for Transplanted Pancreatic Islets by Nano-encapsulation Strategies: A Chemist’s Insight, Silke Krol, Ana Maria Waaga-Gasser, and Piero Marchetti

Nanoparticles, Interleukin-10 and Autoimmune Diabetes, R. Mandke, A. Basarkar, and J. Singh

In vivo MR Imaging of Nanolabeled Diabetogenic T Cells, A. Kavishwar, Zdravka Medarova, and Anna Moore

Nanoparticle-mediated Delivery of Angiogenic Inhibitors in Diabetic Retinopathy, Krysten M. Farjo, Rafal Farjo, Ronald Wassel, and Jian-xing Ma

Drug Loaded Nanofiber Matrices as Diabetic Wound Dressings, William Gionfriddo and L.S. Nair

Poly-N-acetyl Glucosamine Nanofibers in Diabetic Wounding, R.C. Muise-Helmericks

Nanotechnology Footsocks for Diabetic Foot, Alberto Piaggesi, Elisabetta Iacopi, Elisa Banchellini, and Laura Ambrosini Nobili

Nanosciences, Diabetes and the Patient, Colin Martin, Lan-Anh Le, Ross J. Hunter, V.B. Patel, and Victor R. Preedy

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Description: Edited by Lan-Anh Le, Ross J. Hunter, Victor R. Preedy. Understanding the importance of nanosciences in diabetes is problematic as some texts can be too technical for the novice. This book uses a reader–friendly format suitable not only for practitioners but newcomers as well. It begins with general...
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