Biopolymer-Based Nanomaterials in Drug Delivery and Biomedical Applications

Hriday Bera (Redaktør) ; Chowdhury Mobaswar Hossain (Redaktør) ; Sudipta Saha (Redaktør)

Over the past few decades, there has been unprecedented progress in the design of versatile biopolymer-based nanoplatforms for pharmaceutical and biomedical applications, particularly due to their attractive traits, including excellent biocompatibility, outstanding biodegradability, low immunogenicity, and facile chemical modifiability. Les mer
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Over the past few decades, there has been unprecedented progress in the design of versatile biopolymer-based nanoplatforms for pharmaceutical and biomedical applications, particularly due to their attractive traits, including excellent biocompatibility, outstanding biodegradability, low immunogenicity, and facile chemical modifiability. Biopolymer-Based Nanomaterials in Drug Delivery and Biomedical Applications serves as a clear and detailed body of information on the synthesis and characterization of biopolymer-based materials in nanomedicine. This book describes various nanomaterials consisting of biopolymers including polysaccharides (i.e., derived from plants, animals, bacteria, algae, and fungi) and polypeptides in terms of their structures, synthetic protocols, and characterization and uses as therapeutic drugs and gene delivery carriers and in other biomedical fields. The chapters of this book, which are contributed by internationally renowned scholars working in the arena of biopolymer-based nanomaterials, would offer a wide vision on the potential future applications of these nanomaterials in the delivery and targeting of bioactive molecules of pharmaceutical interests and in tissue engineering, biosensing, bioimaging, and diagnostic purposes. The state-of-the-art information presented in the book would also encourage young investigators and researchers to further bring cutting-edge developments in the field of nanomedicine in the near future.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Biopolymer-based materials in nanomedicine: Synthesis and characterization Biswajit Mukherjee, Moumita Dhara, Debasmita Dutta, Apala Chakraborty, Shreyasi Chakraborty, Soma Sengupta, Laboni Mondal, Lopamudra Dutta, and Kushal Pal

Theme 2 Plant-derived polysaccharide-based nanomaterials 2. Starch-based nanomaterials in drug delivery applications Kazi Asraf Ali, Pradyot Kumar Roy, Chowdhury Mobaswar Hossain, Dishari Dutta, Riddhi Vichare, and Manas R. Biswal

3. Cellulose-based nanomaterials in drug delivery applications Sanchita Mandal, Bappaditya Chatterjee, and Buddhadev Layek

4. Pectin-based nanomaterials in drug delivery applications Jagadeesh Induru

5. Konjac glucomannan-based nanomaterials in drug delivery and biomedical applications Yasir Faraz Abbasi and Hriday Bera

6. Guar gum-based nanomaterials in drug delivery and biomedical applications Biswajit Mukherjee, Leena Kumari, Iman Ehsan, Prasanta Ghosh, Soumyabrata Banerjee, Samrat Chakraborty, Manisheeta Ray, Ashique Al Hoque, and Ratan Sahoo

7. Gum arabic-based nanomaterials in drug delivery and biomedical applications Arnab De, Amit Kumar Nayak, Amit Kundu, Bhaskar Das, and Amalesh Samanta

Theme 3 Animal-derived polysaccharide based nanomaterials

8. Chitosan-based nanomaterials in drug delivery applications Buddhadev Layek and Surajit Das

9. Hyaluronic acid-based nanosystems for drug delivery applications Sylvia N. Klodzin ska and Hanne Morck Nielsen

Theme 4 Bacteria-derived polysaccharide-based nanomaterials

10. Curdlan-based nanomaterials in drug delivery applications Hriday Bera, Xiong Guo, Yasir Faraz Abbasi, Arpan Mahanty, Amit Kumar Nayak, Sudipta Saha, and Muhammad Nazmul Baqui

11. Xanthan-based nanomaterials for drug delivery applications Jwala Patel, N.S. Hari Narayana Moorthy, and Sabyasachi Maiti

12. Dextran-based nanomaterials in drug delivery applications Siddhartha Maity, Sudipta Saha, Srimanta Sarkar, Pranesh Kumar, Anurag Kumar Gautam, and Archana Bharti Sonkar

13. Gellan gum-based nanomaterials in drug delivery applications Amit Kumar Nayak, Hriday Bera, Md Saquib Hasnain, Arnab De, Dilipkumar Pal, and Amalesh Samanta

Theme 5 Algae/fungi-derived polysaccharide-based nanomaterials

14. Alginate-based nanomaterials in drug delivery applications Sneha Anand and P.S. Rajinikanth

15. Carrageenan-based nanomaterials in drug delivery applications Sreejan Manna and Sougata Jana

16. Pullulan-based nanomaterials in drug delivery applications G.P. Rajalekshmy, Rajan Annie Mariya, and M.R. Rekha

Theme 6 Protein based nanomaterials

17. Gelatin-based nanomaterials in drug delivery and biomedical applications Poonam Parashar, Pranesh Kumar, Anurag Kumar Gautam, Neelu Singh, Hriday Bera, Srimanta Sarkar, Shubhini A. Saraf, and Sudipta Saha

18. Collagen-based nanomaterials in drug delivery and biomedical applications Riddhi Vichare, Chowdhury Mobaswar Hossain, Kazi Asraf Ali, Dishari Dutta, Kevin Sneed, and Manas R. Biswal

19. Silk protein-based nanomaterials in drug delivery and biomedical applications Chowdhury Mobaswar Hossain, Dishari Dutta, Riddhi Vichare, Manas R. Biswal, Kazi Asraf Ali, and Pranabesh Chakraborty

20. Albumin-based nanomaterials in drug delivery and biomedical applications Priyanka Maurya, Samipta Singh, Nidhi Mishra, Raviraj Pal, Neelu Singh, Poonam Parashar, and Shubhini A. Saraf

21. Zein-based nanomaterials in drug delivery and biomedical applications Arpan Mahanty, Yasir Faraz Abbasi, Hriday Bera, Manas Chakraborty, and Md Abdullah Al Maruf 22. Casein-based nanomaterials in drug delivery and biomedical applications Tarak Nath Khatua, Sanjay Dey, Yasir Faraz Abbasi, Hriday Bera, and Sreya Suresh

23. Cell penetration peptide-based nanomaterials in drug delivery and biomedical applications Zahra Shariatinia

Om forfatteren

Dr. Hriday Bera completed his Masters study at Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India and Ph.D at National University of Singapore, Singapore. He is presently working as Post-doctoral Fellow at Shenyang Pharmaceutical University, China and Nano Medical Engineering Laboratory, RIKEN, Wako, Japan. The major focus of his current research is the conceptual design, fabrication and evaluation of chemically modified naturally-occurring polymer based systems intended for drug delivery and other biomedical applications. As a part of his research career, he published 36 peer-reviewed articles (including 23 first-author articles) in various international journals of repute with a total SCI citation of 546, h-index of 15 and i10-index of 20. Moreover, he penned 20 book chapters for various international publishers. Furthermore, as a principal investigator, he has received highly competitive research grants from AICTE, Govt. of India; Ministry of Higher Education, Govt. of Malaysia; National Natural Science Foundation, China and Tekada Science Foundation, Japan. Dr. Chowdhury Mobaswar Hossain, completed his B.Pharm from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. He is a recipient of University Gold Medal in M.Pharm programme. He did his Ph.D. Degree in Pharmacology from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. Currently he is a Professor & HoD, Department of Pharm.Tech, MAKAUT, WB, India. He is a recipient of most prestigious DST-Inspire Fellowship from DST, Govt. of India. Dr. Hossain is a former Postdoctoral Fellow in School of Medicine, University of Florida, USA. He has expertise on drug discovery research on Infectious Diseases, diabetes and liver cancer. Currently he is working on Peptidomeimetics against infectious diseases. He has published number of research papers in peer reviewed journals of International repute. He is an associate editor for a couple of international journals and contributed as a co-author of several books and book chapters on relevant topics. He is a recipient of "Teacher of the Year-2017" award by MAKAUT, WB for outstanding performance in Teaching-Learning and Research. He has delivered number of invited talks in national and international conferences in India and USA. He is also a reviewer of many journals of international repute. He has guided 18 PG students and supervising 04 Ph.D. students. Dr. Hossain is a member of several prestigious organizations such as American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS), American Association of Microbiology (ASM), American Association of Immunologists (AAI) and American Medical Writer's Association (AMWA), APTI and IPA. Dr. Sudipta Saha completed Bachelor and Master Studies in Pharmacy from Jadavpur University, India. He completed his Ph.D. from National University of Singapore and did his post doctoral training from Experimental Therapeutic Center, Astar, Singapore. Currently, he is working as Assistant Professor in Department of Phrmaceutical Sciences, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow, India. His research interest is to explore molecular basis of hepatic and colorectal cancer. As a part of the research carrier, he published 64 peer reviewed articles in various international journals, with total citation of 825, h-index of 16, i10-index of 29. Furthermore, he wrote several book chapters and had three patents. In addition, he received various research grants such as UGC-Start Up grant, UGC-MRP and DST-SERB-MRP etc. He supervised more than 23 Master of pharmacy and 5 Ph.D. students.