Magnetosensitive nanocomposites with hierarchical nanoarchitecture as biomedical nanorobots: Synthesis, properties, and application
The results of studies are generalized in order to support the concept of chemical design of magnetically sensitive nanocomposites with multilevel hierarchical architecture and functions of medicobiological nanorobots: recognition of microbiological objects in biological media; targeted drug delivery into target cells and organs, and deposition; complex treatment with chemo-, immuno-, radio-, hyperthermic methods and real-time diagnostics; adsorption of residual cell debris and removing them from the body with the help of an external magnetic field. Data regarding the synthesis, properties, and practical use of nanocomposites are given.
Book title: Fabrication and Self-Assembly of Nanobiomaterials : applications of nanobiomaterials
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