Fullerens, Graphenes and Nanotubes: A Pharmaceutical Approach shows how carbon nanomaterials are used in the pharmaceutical industry. While there are various books on the carbonaceous nanomaterials available on the market, none approach the subject from a pharmaceutical point-of-view. In this context, the book covers different applications of carbonaceous nanomaterials. Chapters examine different types of carbon nanomaterials and explore how they are used in such areas as cancer treatments, pulse sensing and prosthetics. Readers will find this book to be a valuable reference resource for those working in the areas of carbon materials, nanomaterials and pharmaceutical science.
1. Preparation, characterization and pharmaceutical application of carbon-based nanomaterials 2. Carbon nanocrystals as controlled drug delivery systems and combined imaging probes 3. Role of immune factors on bioavailability of carbon nanomaterials 4. Carbon Nanomaterials in Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology 5. Polymer based graphene oxide/calcium phosphate coated on titanium implants act as a prosthetic device 6. Graphene-based materials for application in pharmaceutical nanotechnology 7. Graphene based nanomaterials in cancer treatment and diagnosis 8. (ThreeDimensional (3D) Bio-responsive Nanosubstrates for Enhanced Cellular Interactions 9. Hybridized Graphene Nanomaterials for Electrochemical Biosensors and Drug Delivery Applications 10. Functionalized Graphene-based Nanomaterials for Drug Delivery and Biomedical Applications in Cancer Chemotherapy 11. Carbon Nanomaterials for Electroanalysis in Pharmaceutical Applications 12. Exploring the Binding Potential of Carbon Nanotubes and Fullurene Towards Major Drug Targets of Multidrug Resistant Bacterial Pathogens and their Utility as Novel Therapeutic Agents 13. Comparison of Various Techniques for Characterisation of Nanodiamods: Atomic Force Microscopy, Electron Microscopy, Dynamic and Multiangle Light Scattering, Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis, Field Flow Fractionation, Centrifugal Flow Fractionation, Resistive Pulse Sensing and Resonant Mass Measurement 14. Elevating Towards a New Innovation- Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) 15. Quantum Chemistry and Machine Learning Modeling of Electronic Properties of Graphene Nanoflakes 16. Carbon nanotubes: A review of toxicity and applicability in biomedical applications 17. Carbonaceous nanocompounds in aerobic oxidation processes of hydrocarbons and polyolefines