By Paras N. Prasad
This ebook is an advent to the rising box of nanomedicine and its functions to future health care. It describes the various multidisciplinary demanding situations dealing with nanomedicine and discusses the mandatory collaboration among chemists, physicists, engineers and clinicians. The booklet introduces the reader to nanomedicine's big strength to enhance and expand human lifestyles throughout the program of nanomaterials in analysis and treatment of affliction.
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Platelets participate in blood coagulation process. , stomach and intestines) and large blood vessels. Muscle cells produce mechanical force by their contraction and relaxation. â•‡ Neurons are cells specializing in communication. The brain and spinal cord, for example, are composed of a network of neurons that extend out from the spinal cord into the body. â•‡ These cells form the sensory organs such as (a) hair cells of the inner ear, which act as detectors of sound, and (b) retina, where rod cells specialize in responding to light.
The cells of connective tissues are embedded in the extracellular materials. Examples of supporting connective tissues are cartilage and bone. Examples of binding connective tissues are tendons and ligaments. Another type is fibrous connective tissues, which are distributed throughout the body and serve as the interstitial material of organs. , glial and Schwann cells). They specialize in the conduction of nerve impulses. Tissues provide coordinated functions of the constituent cells. The functions of the tissues, however, are not just those provided by the constituent cells, but are also derived from intercellular communications and from the extracellular matrix (ECM) components.
The chapters are written largely in a self-contained manner, so that it is not necessary to read the chapters in the sequential order as presented here—the reader can skip a chapter to move on to another one, depending on interest and need. It is my hope that this monograph—with its comprehensive, yet introductory, coverage of the basics, applications, and needs of nanomedicine—will serve as a resource for educating and training a new generation of multidisci- Referencesâ•…â•… 13 plinary researchers while helping to advance this new frontier toward applications needed for real patient care.