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Author Leonida, Mihaela D.,
Title Bionanomaterials for skin regeneration / Mihaela D. Leonida, Ish Kumar.
Imprint Switzerland : Springer, 2016.

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Author Leonida, Mihaela D.,
Series SpringerBriefs in bioengineering, 2193-097X
SpringerBriefs in bioengineering.
Subject Regenerative medicine.
Nanomedicine.
Nanobiotechnology.
Alt Name Kumar, Ish (Associate professor of chemistry),
Description 1 online resource (xviii, 144 pages) : illustrations (some color).
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This book gives a concise overview of bionanomaterials with applications for skin regeneration. The advantages and challenges of nanoscale materials are covered in detail, giving a basic view of the skin structure and conditions that require transdermal or topical applications. Medical applications, such as wound healing, care for burns, skin disease, and cosmetic care, such as aging of the skin and photodamage, and how they benefit from bionanomaterials, are described in detail. A final chapter is devoted to the ethical and social issues related to the use of bionanomaterials for skin regeneration. This is an ideal book for researchers in materials science, medical scientists specialized in dermatology, and cosmetic chemists working in formulations. It can also serve as a reference for nanotechnologists, dermatologists, microbiologists, engineers, and polymer chemists, as well as students studying in these fields.
Contents 1. Bionanomaterials for the skin? more than just size -- 2. Bionanomaterials for the skin? more than just size -- 3. Wound Healing and Skin Regeneration -- 4. Transdermal and Topical Delivery to the Skin -- 5. Nanoparticles, Nanomaterials and Nanocarriers -- 6. Bioavailability in Delivery to the Skin -- 7. Lipid-based Nanoparticles in Cosmetic and Pharmaceutical Products for the Skin -- 8. Bionanomaterials with Antioxidant Effect for Skin Regeneration -- 9. Nanochitosan and the Skin -- 10. Nanocellulose -- 11. Bionanomaterials from Plant Sources -- 12. Nanomaterials, Scaffolds, and Skin Tissue Regeneration -- 13. Peptide and Protein-based Nanomaterials in Applications for the Skin -- 14. Nanotoxicity and the Skin -- 15. Ethical and Social Issues Linked to Using Nanomaterials in Skin Regeneration.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLInk, viewed July 6, 2016).
ISBN 9783319391687 (electronic bk.)
3319391682 (electronic bk.)
3319391666
9783319391663
9783319391663 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-39168-7
OCLC # 952108610
Additional Format Print version: Leonida, Mihaela D. Bionanomaterials for skin regeneration. First edition. Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2016 xviii, 144 pages SpringerBriefs in bioengineering. 2193-0988 9783319391663 (DLC) 2016940520


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