Boletín Nanomedicina marzo 2011

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Boletín Nanomedicina marzo 2011

  1. 1. Marzo 2011BoletínNanomedicina generado por VIGIALE, IALE Tecnología.
  2. 2. HIDDEN TEXT TO MARK THE BEGINNING OF THE TABLE OF CONTENTS INDICENOTICIAS 1. Nanohybrid materials: small is powerful 2 2. German risk institute publishes opinion on cancer risk from nanomaterials 2 3. New nanotechnology increases the efficacy of medicines 2 4. Tiny gems take big step in battling cancer 2 5. Gene fuelled transporter causes breast cancer cells to self-destruct 2 6. Microbubbles to light the way to sentinel lymph nodes of breast cancer patients 3 7. Nanotechnology may lead to new treatment of liver cancer 3 8. Silk moths antenna inspires new nanotech tool with applications in Alzheimers research 3 9. Gen que provoca la auto-destrucción de las células de cáncer de mama 3 10. Advancell y Leitat crean la nueva sociedad ReadyCell 4 11. Un mejor disco para la reparación de la columna 4 12. Worlds first program for research physicians in nanoscale medicine 4 13. Worlds most powerful optical microscope: microscope could solve the cause of viruses 4 14. Important funding for nanomedicine research to improve diagnosis and treatment 5 15. EUMINAfab opens 4th Call 5 16. Cualificación clave en Nanotecnología 5 17. Tres millones de euros para dos proyectos de investigación de la UZ 5 18. Un marcapasos del tamaño de una pastilla Tic Tac 6 19. Un medicamento sigue al melanoma allá donde vaya 6 20. Nanoscience researchers develop new gene detection system 6 21. Catch Cancer: Now nano-technology can help us detect cancers in a jiffy 6 22. Waging war on infectious diseases 6 23. Nano-Velcro Technology used to improve capture of circulating cancer cells 7 24. Un detector de cáncer de una hora 7PATENTES 25. Patentes publicadas este mes 7 26. Origen de los principales actores del mes 8 27. Principales temas tratados en las patentes del mes 8 28. Principales titulares de las patentes del mes 9 29. Principales inventores que patentaron este mes 9 30. WO2011034570A1: Diagnostic and therapeutic nanoparticles 10 31. WO2011035279A2: Nanocarriers for imaging and therapy applications 10 32. US7910086: Nanoparticles for protein drug delivery 10 33. US20110071493A1: Flow-Induced delivery from a drug mass 10 34. US20110070153A1: Artificial cells 10
  3. 3. INDICE35. US20110071428A1: Biopsy device 1136. US20110070202A1: Targeted delivery to the brain of magnetically labeled stem cells 1137. US20110071091A1: Injectable aqueous ophthalmic composition and method of use therefor 1138. US20110070205A1: Multipotent stem cells and uses thereof 1139. US20110071509A1: Method for modifying the refractive index of ocular tissues 1240. WO2011015226A1: Process for preparation of sterile powdered pharmaceutical compound 1241. US20110038942A1: Beta-lactoglobulin-polysaccharide for hydrophobic bioactive compound 1242. US7914781: Compositions for inhibiting atherosclerosis 1243. US20110071629A1: Filtering polymers for ophthalmic applications 1344. US20110064810A1: Tissue engineering method for organ reconstruction 1345. US20110066219A1: Conducting polymer nanowire brain-machine 13EVENTOS, CURSOS YSEMINARIOS46. NanoManufacturing Conference & Exhibits 1347. NanoOstrava 2011 1448. Nanomedicine 2011 - 3rd ESF Summer School 1449. INRS Occupational Health Research Conference 2011 1450. Nanotubes and Nanocomposites 2011 1451. ImagineNano 1452. NanoManufacturing Conference & Exhibits 1553. 5th Concertation and Consultation Workshop on Micro-Nano-Bio convergence Systems 1554. Greener Nano 2011 1555. EuroNanoForum 2011 in partnership with Nanotech Europe 1556. Summer School on "Plasmonics, Functionalization and Biosensing" 1657. European Perspectives in Personalised Medicine 16ARTÍCULOS-CIENTÍFICOS58. Artículos científicos publicados este mes 1659. Principales temas tratados en los artículos científicos del mes 1760. Principales entidades con publicaciones este mes 1761. Principales investigadores que publicaron este me 1862. Systemic distribution, nuclear entry and cytotoxicity of amorphous nanosilica... 1863. Hydroxycamptothecin-loaded nanoparticles induce human lung cancer cell apoptosis 1864. High sensitivity nanoparticle detection using optical microcavities 1965. Imaging of tat protein transduction domain in living cells 19
  4. 4. INDICE66. Progesterone activates the principal Ca2+ channel of human sperm 1967. In vivo study of dendron-like nanoparticles for stem cells "tune-up": From nano to tissues. 1968. Prokineticin Receptor 1 Antagonist PC-10 as a Biomarker for Imaging Inflammatory Pain 1969. Live-cell visualization of dynamics of HIV budding site interactions with an ESCRT component 2070. Neutrophils activate plasmacytoid dendritic cells by releasing self-DNA-peptide complexes.. 2071. Membrane nanotubes induced by aqueous phase separation and stabilized ... 2072. A synthetic enzyme inhibitor is a novel targeting ligand for nanotherapeutic drug delivery.. 2073. Ordered assembly of murine leukemia virus capsid protein.. 2174. Creating favorable geometries for directing organic photoreactions 2175. One pot synthesis of ZnSCu nanoparticles using biocompatible L-Cysteine as stabilser... 2176. DNA damage in embryonic stem cells caused by nanodiamonds 2177. How to detect a dwarf - in vivo imaging of nanoparticles in the lung 2278. May nanoparticle systems play a role in the treatment of cerebral gliomas? 2279. Excellent biocompatibility of semiconductor quantum dots ... 2280. Squalenoyl gemcitabine nanomedicine... therapy in pancreatic cancer 2281. Statistical analysis of nanoparticle dosing in a dynamic cellular system 2382. Progress and challenges in quantifying skin permeability to nanoparticles using a quantum dot..... 2383. Photothermal response of human and murine cancer cells to multiwalled carbon nanotubes 2384. Cytotoxicity and oxidative stress induced by different metallic nanoparticles 23NORMATIVAS85. EuroNanoMed: Ayudas para proyectos de investigación en nanomedicina 2486. Programa Nacional de Internacionalización de la I+D: Eurociencia, Eurosalud, FCCI, BOI, Euroinv... 2487. Resolución para la construcción del Centro Andaluz de Nanomedicina y Biotecnología (BIONAND) 24INFORMES Y OTRASPUBLICACIONES88. Medical Imaging Markets 2589. Unravelling Single Cell Genomics Micro and Nanotools 2590. Linking Biomedical Informatics, Grid Computing and Nanomedicine 2591. Nanotechnology Interviews Podcasts: NANOCYL 2592. La nanotecnología, una ciencia que aporta valor a las exportaciones irlandesas 2693. The Future of Nanomedicine in Surgery Predicted 2694. NIOSH seeks public input to update its nanotechnology strategic plan 2695. Nanotechnology in Medicine 2696. Nanobiotechnology 26
  5. 5. Nanomedicina NOTICIAS Nanohybrid materials: small is powerful Publicada el 03/15/2011. Medical diagnostics, airport security, and personal health kits all require more selective and more sensitive diagnostic devices. Researchers in Nebraska are pursuing nanohybrid materials which hold tremendous potential in this regard. ver más... German risk institute publishes opinion on cancer risk from nanomaterials Publicada el 03/15/2011. The German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) has published its current opinion on the cancer risk of nanomaterials and nanoparticles released from products. ver más... New nanotechnology increases the efficacy of medicines Publicada el 03/15/2011. Technology has been developed within Top Institute Pharma that helps medicines be absorbed quicker into the blood and thus be more effective. ver más... Tiny gems take big step in battling cancer Publicada el 03/15/2011. Dean Ho, an associate professor of biomedical engineering and mechanical engineering at Northwestern University, believes a tiny carbon particle called a nanodiamond may offer an effective drug delivery solution for hard-to-treat cancers. ver más... Gene fuelled transporter causes breast cancer cells to self-destructMarzo 2011 Página 2
  6. 6. Nanomedicina Publicada el 03/15/2011. Scientists at Queens University Belfast have shown that they can deliver a gene directly into breast cancer cells causing them to self-destruct, using an innovative, miniscule gene transport system, according to research published today (28 February) in the International Journal of Pharmaceutics. ver más... Microbubbles to light the way to sentinel lymph nodes of breast cancer patients Publicada el 03/15/2011. Researchers at the University of California, San Diego are developing nonsurgical methods for identifying critical lymph nodes to help doctors determine courses of treatment for breast cancer patients. The sentinel lymph node is routinely biopsied or removed and dissected to determine the likelihood that the cancer has spread beyond the breast. ver más... Nanotechnology may lead to new treatment of liver cancer Publicada el 03/15/2011. Nanotechnology may open a new door on the treatment of liver cancer, according to a team of Penn State College of Medicine researchers. They used molecular-sized bubbles filled with chemotherapy drugs to prevent cell growth and initiate cell death in test tubes and mice. ver más... Silk moths antenna inspires new nanotech tool with applications in Alzheimers research Publicada el 03/15/2011. By mimicking the structure of the silk moths antenna, University of Michigan researchers led the development of a better nanoporea tiny tunnel-shaped tool that could advance understanding of a class of neurodegenerative diseases that includes Alzheimers. ver más... Gen que provoca la auto-destrucción de las células de cáncer de mamaMarzo 2011 Página 3
  7. 7. Nanomedicina Publicada el 03/15/2011. Científicos de la Queens University de Belfast han demostrado que pueden ofrecer un gen directamente en las células de cáncer de mama haciendo que se autodestruyan, utilizando un innovador sistema de transporte minúsculo gen, según una investigación publicada 28 de febrero en el Diario Internacional de Farmacia. ver más... Advancell y Leitat crean la nueva sociedad ReadyCell Publicada el 03/15/2011. La creación de Readycell abre un nuevo ciclo para Advancell, que traspasará a Leitat su know how y su tecnología de servicios y reactivos celulares, y focalizará su estrategia en la división de nanomedicina y desarrollo de fármacos. ver más... Un mejor disco para la reparación de la columna Publicada el 03/15/2011. Unos implantes cultivados a partir de células vivas podrían ofrecer mejor soporte y flexibilidad. Un nuevo tipo de disco de reemplazo -que consiste en una prótesis sembrada con células vivas- podría aliviar el dolor de espalda, sin muchos de los efectos secundarios causados por las soluciones quirúrgicas. ver más... Worlds first program for research physicians in nanoscale medicine Publicada el 03/15/2011. The College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) of the University at Albany and SUNY Downstate Medical Center (Downstate) announced the establishment of a first-of-its-kind, dual degree program to provide world- class education and training in both medicine and nanoscale science and engineering. ver más... Worlds most powerful optical microscope: microscope could solve the cause of viruses Publicada el 03/15/2011. Scientists have produced the worlds most powerful optical microscope, which could help us to understand the causes of many diseases. Writing in the journal Nature Communications, the team have created a microscope which shatters the record for the smallest object the eye can see, beating the diffraction limit of light.Marzo 2011 Página 4
  8. 8. Nanomedicina ver más... Important funding for nanomedicine research to improve diagnosis and treatment Publicada el 03/15/2011. Seven new research projects on regenerative medicine and nanomedicine received $16 million in funding. The studies, co-funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). ver más... EUMINAfab opens 4th Call Publicada el 03/15/2011. The European Research Infrastructure for multimaterial micro and nano fabrication and characterisation opens the 4th call for no fee access to 36 installations containing equipment to high and micro and nano technologies. ver más... Cualificación clave en Nanotecnología Publicada el 03/15/2011. La Universidad de Tecnología de Vienna, la Universidad de Recursos Naturales y Ciencias Aplicadas de Viena, y Danube University Krems han desarrollado un programa de master en nanociencias y nanomedicina. El curso comenzará en el otoño de 2011. ver más... Tres millones de euros para dos proyectos de investigación de la UZ Publicada el 03/15/2011. Dos proyectos liderados por la Universidad de Zaragoza (UZ): Uno de ellos es el proyecto TRAIN2 para la consolidación del sudoeste europeo como foco de excelencia en nanociencia y nanotecnología, y el otro es el denominado CliNK, de inmunoterapia, para conseguir una mejor activación de las células "asesinas" contra los tumores hematológicos. ver más...Marzo 2011 Página 5
  9. 9. Nanomedicina Un marcapasos del tamaño de una pastilla Tic Tac Publicada el 03/15/2011. Medtronic, el mayor fabricante mundial de dispositivos médicos, está usando la microelectrónica y la fabricación de chips para reducir el tamaño de los marcapasosdispositivos implantados que regulan el ritmo cardíaco. ver más... Un medicamento sigue al melanoma allá donde vaya Publicada el 03/15/2011. Varios investigadores están probando la seguridad de una nanopartícula dirigida a las células cancerígenas. ver más... Nanoscience researchers develop new gene detection system Publicada en BSI -Nanotechnology news, 03/15/2011. Researchers in the US have employed nanotechnology to improve the detection of a mutation that has been linked to around 90 per cent of pancreatic cancers. ver más... Catch Cancer: Now nano-technology can help us detect cancers in a jiffy Publicada en Nanotechnology Now, 03/15/2011. Scientists from the Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have developed a handheld device that can detect gastric cancers in one hour with 96 per cent accuracy. ver más... Waging war on infectious diseases Publicada en Nanotechwire.com - Bio/Medicine, 03/15/2011. A new line of defence has been established against global health problems and infectious diseases, with the official opening of the Australian Infectious Diseases Research Centre in Brisbane. ver más...Marzo 2011 Página 6
  10. 10. Nanomedicina Nano-Velcro Technology used to improve capture of circulating cancer cells Publicada en Science Daily - Nanomedicina, 03/15/2011. Now, a UCLA research team has developed an innovative device based on Velcro-like nanoscale technology to efficiently identify and "grab" these circulating tumor cells, or CTCs, in the blood. ver más... Un detector de cáncer de una hora Publicada en Technology Review, 03/15/2011. Un dispositivo que se conecta a un teléfono inteligente permite a los médicos diagnosticar el cáncer desde la cama del paciente. ver más... PATENTES Patentes publicadas este mes Publicada el 04/01/2011. Fuente: Espacenet, USPTOMarzo 2011 Página 7
  11. 11. Nanomedicina Origen de los principales actores del mes Publicada el 04/01/2011. Fuente: Espacenet, USPTO Principales temas tratados en las patentes del mes Publicada el 04/01/2011. Fuente: Espacenet, UPSTOMarzo 2011 Página 8
  12. 12. Nanomedicina Principales titulares de las patentes del mes Publicada el 04/01/2011. Fuente: Espacenet, UPSTO Principales inventores que patentaron este mes Publicada el 04/01/2011. Fuente: Especenet, USPTOMarzo 2011 Página 9
  13. 13. Nanomedicina WO2011034570A1: Diagnostic and therapeutic nanoparticles Publicada el 03/31/2011. Inventor: Gobin Andre M (US). Titular: Univ Louisville Res Found (US). Resumen: More particularly, the present invention relates to creating a hybrid gold / gold sulfide nanoparticle with a chitosan matrix surrounding the metallic nanoparticle and a method for making the same. ver más... WO2011035279A2: Nanocarriers for imaging and therapy applications Publicada el 03/31/2011. Inventor: Eelianov Sanislav. Titular: Texas Univ (US). Resumen: Nanocarriers and methods of preparation and use of nanocarriers are presented.. ver más... US7910086: Nanoparticles for protein drug delivery Publicada el 03/31/2011. Inventor: Sng Hing-Wn.Titulares: GP Medical Inc (US); Nat Univ Tsinghua (TW). Resumen: The invention discloses a pharmaceutical composition of bioactive nanoparticles composed of chitosan, poly-glutamic acid, and a bioactive agent for oral delivery. ver más... US20110071493A1: Flow-Induced delivery from a drug mass Publicada el 03/31/2011. Inventor: Lobl Thomas J (US). Titular: Neurosystec Corp (US). Resumen: Drug solutions (or other combinations of vehicle with entrained drug) are prepared by removing drug from one or more masses of a solid form of the drug. ver más... US20110070153A1: Artificial cells Publicada el 03/31/2011. Inventor: Hyde Roderick A. Titular: Searete Llc (US). Resumen: The present disclosure relates to various embodiments associated with artificial cells, particularly artificial antigen presenting cells, methods of making the same, methods of administering the same.Marzo 2011 Página 10
  14. 14. Nanomedicina ver más... US20110071428A1: Biopsy device Publicada el 03/31/2011. Inventor: Frecker Mary. Titular: Penn State Res Found (US). Resumen: Inventive biopsy devices can be used through an endoscope channel to perform zero invasive biopsies on the gastrointestinal system and other organs. ver más... US20110070202A1: Targeted delivery to the brain of magnetically labeled stem cells Publicada el 03/31/2011. Inventor y Titular: Yarowsky Paul (US). Resumen: Provided herein is a method of targeting stem cells to a specific region of the central nervous system of an individual in need of such treatment... ver más... US20110071091A1: Injectable aqueous ophthalmic composition and method of use therefor Publicada el 03/31/2011. Inventor y Titular: Chowhan Masood A. (US). Resumen: The present invention is directed to the provision of an ophthalmic composition suitable for intravitreal injection. ver más... US20110070205A1: Multipotent stem cells and uses thereof Publicada el 03/31/2011. Inventor: Crawford Keith. Titular: Brigham & Womens Hospital (US). Resumen: The invention provides a quiescent stem cell having the capacity to differentiate into ectoderm, mesoderm and endoderm, and which does not express cell surface. ver más...Marzo 2011 Página 11
  15. 15. Nanomedicina US20110071509A1: Method for modifying the refractive index of ocular tissues Publicada el 03/31/2011. Inventor: Knox Wayne H. Titular: Univ Rochester (US). Resumen: A method for providing vision correction to a patient. The method includes: (a) measuring the degree of vision correction; (b) directing and focusing femtosecond laser; and (c) scanning the laser pulses across a volume of the cornea or the lens. ver más... WO2011015226A1: Process for preparation of sterile powdered pharmaceutical compound Publicada el 03/15/2011. Inventor: De Tommaso Vincenzo. Titular: Pharmatex Italia Srl (IT). Resumen: Process for the preparation of a sterile powdered pharmaceutical compound. The invention is also directed to triamcinolone acetonide according to this process. ver más... US20110038942A1: Beta-lactoglobulin-polysaccharide for hydrophobic bioactive compound Publicada el 03/15/2011. Inventor: Livney Yoav D. Titular: Technion Res & Dev Foundation (IL). Resumen: The present invention provides colloidally stable dispersions of nanoparticles comprising beta-lactoglobulin and a polysaccharide which are transparent when diluted in aqueous media. ver más... US7914781: Compositions for inhibiting atherosclerosis Publicada el 03/15/2011. Inventor y Titular: Higuchi Maira de Lourdes (BR). Resumen: The present invention relates to compositions and methods for the reduction of atherosclerotic plaques and the decrease in the level of total serum cholesterol, triglycerides, serum LDL cholesterol, and serum HDL cholesterol. ver más...Marzo 2011 Página 12
  16. 16. Nanomedicina US20110071629A1: Filtering polymers for ophthalmic applications Publicada el 03/15/2011. Inventor: Mentak Khalid. Titular: Key Medical Technologies Inc (US). Resumen: Opthalmic devices, particularly intraocular lenses (IOL), with improved contrast sensitivity and methods of making same. ver más... US20110064810A1: Tissue engineering method for organ reconstruction Publicada el 03/15/2011. Inventor y Titular: Ghanavi Jalaledin (IR). Resumen: The various embodiments herein relate to an injectable matrix used for regeneration, reconstruction, repair or replacement of organ or tissue. ver más... US20110066219A1: Conducting polymer nanowire brain-machine Publicada el 03/15/2011. Inventor: Llinas Rodolfo R (US). Titular: Univ New York (US). Resumen: The present invention relates to conducting polymer nanowires and their use in a brain-machine interface which is secure, robust and minimally invasive. ver más... EVENTOS, CURSOS Y SEMINARIOS NanoManufacturing Conference & Exhibits Publicada el 03/15/2011. This conference will highlight the current, near-term, and future applications of nanotechnology and how they are transforming the way we manufacture products. Fecha: April 05 - 06, 2011. Lugar: Drury Lane Conference Center, USA. ver más...Marzo 2011 Página 13
  17. 17. Nanomedicina NanoOstrava 2011 Publicada el 03/15/2011. The meeting is a platform to facilitate open discussions between scientists, students and representatives from companies with a vested interest in furthering the development of nanomaterials and nanotechnology. Fecha: Apr 27 - 29, 2011 Lugar: Ostrava PORUBA, Czech Republic. ver más... Nanomedicine 2011 - 3rd ESF Summer School Publicada el 03/15/2011. The ESF Summer School Nanomedicine 2011, has been designed to provide an intensive state-of the- art training across all of the sub-disciplines of Nanomedicine, and to foster discussion and exchange of ideas in a relaxed atmosphere. Fecha: June 19-24, 2011. Lugar: Wittenberg, Germany. ver más... INRS Occupational Health Research Conference 2011 Publicada el 03/15/2011. Occupational Health Research Conference 2011: Risks associated to Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials. Fecha: 05 - 07 April 2011. Lugar: Nancy, France. ver más... Nanotubes and Nanocomposites 2011 Publicada el 03/15/2011. Will focus on research and development in all nano-particles, polymer processing and application, as well as market direction, growth and potential for commercialisation. Fecha: April 06 - 07, 2011. Lugar: Le Meridien Brussels, Belgium. ver más... ImagineNanoMarzo 2011 Página 14
  18. 18. Nanomedicina Publicada el 03/15/2011. Extensive thematic conferences will be held in parallel and a huge industrial exhibition carried out with the latest nanotrends for the future. Fecha: Apr 11 - 14, 2011. Lugar: Bilbao, Spain. ver más... NanoManufacturing Conference & Exhibits Publicada el 03/15/2011. This conference will highlight the current, near-term, and future applications of nanotechnology and how they are transforming the way we manufacture products. Fecha: Apr 05 - 06, 2011. Lugar: Oakbrook Terrace (Chicago) IL, EE.UU. ver más... 5th Concertation and Consultation Workshop on Micro-Nano-Bio convergence Systems Publicada el 03/15/2011. Co-organized by the European Commission and IKERLAN-IK4 a private not-profit Technological Research Centre in the north of Spain. Fecha: April 05 - 06, 2011. Lugar: Mondragón, Spain. ver más... Greener Nano 2011 Publicada el 03/15/2011. We will focus on two key research areas: highlight state-of-the-art in materials synthesis and characterization challenges, and discuss biological impacts of nanotechnology. Fecha: May 01 - 03, 2011. Lugar: Cupertino California, USA ver más... EuroNanoForum 2011 in partnership with Nanotech Europe Publicada el 03/15/2011. EuroNanoForum is a biannual event supported by the European Commission and organised within the framework of the Presidency of the European Union. Fecha: May 30 - June 01, 2011. Lugar: Budapest, Hungary. ver más...Marzo 2011 Página 15
  19. 19. Nanomedicina Summer School on "Plasmonics, Functionalization and Biosensing" Publicada el 03/15/2011. The Summer School Plasmonics, Functionalization and Biosensing is part of the FP7 Collaborative project Nanoantenna program. Fecha: 24 April - 30 April 2011. Lugar: Kirchoff Institute in Heidelberg, Germany. ver más... European Perspectives in Personalised Medicine Publicada el 03/15/2011. This conference will bring together key stakeholders of the research community and the healthcare sector to identify the developments needed in order to contribute to the research for Personalised Medicine. Fecha: 12-13 May 2011. Lugar: Square-Brussels Meeting Centre, Brussels ver más... ARTÍCULOS-CIENTÍFICOS Artículos científicos publicados este mes Publicada el 04/01/2011. Fuente: Scopus ver más...Marzo 2011 Página 16
  20. 20. Nanomedicina Principales temas tratados en los artículos científicos del mes Publicada el 04/01/2011. Fuente: Scopus ver más... Principales entidades con publicaciones este mes Publicada el 04/01/2011. Fuente: ScopusMarzo 2011 Página 17
  21. 21. Nanomedicina Principales investigadores que publicaron este me Publicada el 04/01/2011. Fuente: Scopus Systemic distribution, nuclear entry and cytotoxicity of amorphous nanosilica... Publicada en Virtual Journal of Nanotechnology Environment, Health and Safety, 03/29/2011. Autor: Nabeshi H. Resumen: The present study was designed to examine the skin penetration, cellular localization, and cytotoxic effects of the well-dispersed amorphous silica particles of diameters ranging from 70 nm to 1000 nm. ver más... Hydroxycamptothecin-loaded nanoparticles induce human lung cancer cell apoptosis Publicada en Nanomedicine Research Publicaciones, 03/29/2011. Autor: Zhang G. Resuemn: 10-Hydroxycamptothecin (HCPT) elicits strong anti-cancer effects and is less toxic making it widely used in recent clinical trials. However, its low solubility limits its application as an effective anti- cancer therapy. ver más...Marzo 2011 Página 18
  22. 22. Nanomedicina High sensitivity nanoparticle detection using optical microcavities Publicada el 03/25/2011. Autor: Tao Lu. Resumen: We demonstrate a highly sensitive nanoparticle and virus detection method by using a thermal-stabilized reference interferometer in conjunction with an ultrahigh-Q microcavity. ver más... Imaging of tat protein transduction domain in living cells Publicada en Nanomedicine Research Publicaciones, 03/23/2011. Autor: Junji Imamura. Resumen: This work should guide the future design of TatP-based peptides as therapeutic nanocarriers with efficient transduction. ver más... Progesterone activates the principal Ca2+ channel of human sperm Publicada el 03/23/2011. Autor: Lishko PV. Resumen: Steroid hormone progesterone released by cumulus cells surrounding the egg is a potent stimulator of human spermatozoa. It attracts spermatozoa towards the egg and helps them penetrate the eggs protective vestments. ver más... In vivo study of dendron-like nanoparticles for stem cells "tune-up": From nano to tissues. Publicada el 03/16/2011. Autor: Oliveira JM. Resumen: The control of stem cell differentiation to become osteoblasts in vivo is still regarded as a challenge in stem cell-based and bone tissue engineering strategies. Biodegradable dexamethasone-loaded dendron-like nanoparticles of carboxymethylchitosan/poly(amidoamine) dendrimer have been proposed as intracellular drug delivery systems of bioactive molecules. ver más... Prokineticin Receptor 1 Antagonist PC-10 as a Biomarker for Imaging Inflammatory PainMarzo 2011 Página 19
  23. 23. Nanomedicina Publicada el 03/16/2011. Autor:Jacobson O. Resumen: Prokineticin receptor 1 (PKR1) and its ligand Bv8 were shown to be expressed in inflammation-induced pain and by tumor-supporting fibroblasts. Blocking this receptor might prove useful for reducing pain and for cancer therapy. However, there is no method to quantify the levels of these receptors in vivo. ver más... Live-cell visualization of dynamics of HIV budding site interactions with an ESCRT component Publicada el 03/15/2011. Autor:V ärtel. Resumen: HIV diverts the cellular ESCRT. The ESCRT consists of four heteromeric complexes (ESCRT-0 to ESCRT-III), which mediate different membrane abscission processes, most importantly formation of intralumenal vesicles at multivesicular bodies. ver más... Neutrophils activate plasmacytoid dendritic cells by releasing self- DNA-peptide complexes.. Publicada el 03/15/2011. Autor: R Lande. Resumen: Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a severe and incurable autoimmune disease characterized by chronic activation of plasmacytoid dendritic cells (pDCs) and production of autoantibodies against nuclear self-antigens by hyperreactive B cells. ver más... Membrane nanotubes induced by aqueous phase separation and stabilized ... Publicada el 03/15/2011. Autor: Y Li. Resumen: Tubular membrane structures are widespread in eukaryotic cells, but the mechanisms underlying their formation and stability are not well understood. Previous work has focused on tube extrusion from cells and model membranes under the application of external forces. ver más... A synthetic enzyme inhibitor is a novel targeting ligand for nanotherapeutic drug delivery..Marzo 2011 Página 20
  24. 24. Nanomedicina Publicada el 03/15/2011. Autor: Liao D. Resumen: Unresolved problems associated with ligand-targeting of liposomal nanoparticles (NPs) to solid tumors include variable target receptor expression due to genetic heterogeneity and insufficient target specificity leading to systemic toxicities. ver más... Ordered assembly of murine leukemia virus capsid protein.. Publicada el 03/15/2011. Autor: Hilditch L. Resumen: The restriction factor Fv1 confers resistance to murine leukemia virus (MLV), blocking progression of the viral life cycle after reverse transcription, but before integration into the host chromosome. It is known that the specificity of restriction is determined by both the restriction factor and the viral capsid (CA)... ver más... Creating favorable geometries for directing organic photoreactions Publicada en Nanomedicine Research Publicaciones, 03/15/2011. Autor: M Kim. Resumen: The products of photoreactions of conjugated organic molecules may be allowed by selection rules but not observed in solution reactions because of unfavorable reaction geometries. ver más... One pot synthesis of ZnSCu nanoparticles using biocompatible L- Cysteine as stabilser... Publicada en Journal of Nanotechnology and Its Apliccations, 03/15/2011. Autor: Ashish Tiwari. Resumen: ZnS:Cu nanoparticles were prepared by facile one pot synthesis using biocompatible L-Cysteine (L-Cys) as stabilizing agent. X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microcopy (SEM), energy dispersive spectrum (EDS), fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) was used to characterize the nanoparticles. ver más... DNA damage in embryonic stem cells caused by nanodiamondsMarzo 2011 Página 21
  25. 25. Nanomedicina Publicada en Virtual Journal of Nanotechnology Environment, Health and Safety, 03/15/2011. Autor: Xing Y. Resumen: In this study, the authors report the first genotoxicity study on nanodiamonds (NDs) by incubating embryonic stem cells with NDs and evaluating the expression of DNA repair proteins, such as p53 and MOGG-1. ver más... How to detect a dwarf - in vivo imaging of nanoparticles in the lung Publicada el 03/15/2011. Autor: Roller J. Resumen: The respiratory tract is the route of entry for all accidentally inhaled NPs. Moreover, NPs may intentionally be delivered into the lung as contrast agents and drug delivery systems. ver más... May nanoparticle systems play a role in the treatment of cerebral gliomas? Publicada el 03/15/2011. Autor: Caruso G. Resumen: The nanoparticle has emerged as a potential vector for brain delivery, able to overcome the difficulties of modern strategies. Moreover, multifunctionality can be engineered into a single nanoplatform so that it can provide tumor-specific detection, treatment, and follow-up monitoring. This review reports the latest research in nanoparticle-based glioma treatment. ver más... Excellent biocompatibility of semiconductor quantum dots ... Publicada el 03/15/2011. Autor: Somesree GhoshMitra. Resumen: However, toxicity of these nanostructures in the intracellular environment has prevented a biomedical breakthrough. ver más... Squalenoyl gemcitabine nanomedicine... therapy in pancreatic cancer Publicada el 03/15/2011. Autor: Soukaina R. Resumen: Development of chemoresistance and rapid inactivation of gemcitabine, the standard therapy for advanced pancreatic cancer, are responsible of the major therapeutic failures. To overcome the above drawbacks we designed a novel nanomedicine strategy for gemcitabine nanoparticle formulation based on squalene conjugation.Marzo 2011 Página 22
  26. 26. Nanomedicina ver más... Statistical analysis of nanoparticle dosing in a dynamic cellular system Publicada el 03/15/2011. Autor: Summers HD. Resumen: In this paper, the authors investigate probabilities for nanoparticle uptake in cells using statistical analysis techniques of nanoparticle-loaded endosomes. ver más... Progress and challenges in quantifying skin permeability to nanoparticles using a quantum dot... Publicada en International Council on Nanotechnology - Virtual Journal, 03/14/2011. Autor: Mortensen LJ. Resumen: This paper reviews common pitfalls or noise factors that can easily complicate interpretation of results and induce ambiguity in assessing nanoparticle skin penetration risk. ver más... Photothermal response of human and murine cancer cells to multiwalled carbon nanotubes Publicada en International Council on Nanotechnology - Virtual Journal, 03/14/2011. Autor: Fisher JW. Resumen: This study includes an investigation of the degree of intracellular uptake of multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) as part of a larger study of how laser irradiation enhances treatment of cancer cells through enhanced and more controlled thermal deposition, increased tumor injury, and diminished heat shock protein (HSP) expression. ver más... Cytotoxicity and oxidative stress induced by different metallic nanoparticles Publicada en International Council on Nanotechnology - Virtual Journal, 03/14/2011. Autor: Pujalte I. Resumen: The objective of this study, on human renal culture cells, was to assess the toxicity profile of metallic nanoparticles (TiO2, ZnO and CdS) usable in industrial production. Comparative studies were conducted, to identify whether particle properties impact cytotoxicity by altering the intracellular oxidative status. ver más...Marzo 2011 Página 23
  27. 27. Nanomedicina NORMATIVAS EuroNanoMed: Ayudas para proyectos de investigación en nanomedicina Publicada el 03/24/2011. Hasta el 15 de abril pueden presentarse propuestas a EuroNanoMed, una iniciativa de financiación europea en el marco del plan ERA-Net de la Comisión Europea destinada a avanzar en la investigación transnacional en nanomedicina. ver más... Programa Nacional de Internacionalización de la I+D: Eurociencia, Eurosalud, FCCI, BOI, Euroinvestigación Publicada el 03/23/2011. De acuerdo con el Plan Nacional de Investigación Científica, Desarrollo e Innovación Tecnológica, 2008-2011, esta Resolución (ayudas) será de aplicación hasta el 31 de diciembre de 2011. ver más... Resolución para la construcción del Centro Andaluz de Nanomedicina y Biotecnología (BIONAND) Publicada el 03/04/2011. Resolución por la que se hace público el Convenio de colaboración para el Avance de la Biotecnología y la Investigación Sanitaria (IMABIS), en la selección y ejecución del proyecto «Construcción del Centro Andaluz de Nanomedicina y Biotecnología (BIONAND)», cofinanciado por el FEDER. ver más...Marzo 2011 Página 24
  28. 28. Nanomedicina INFORMES Y OTRAS Medical Imaging Markets Publicada en Market Research Nano-Medicine 2, 03/29/2011. The purpose of this TriMark Publications report is to describe the specific market segment of the diagnostics market sector called medical imaging. Medical imaging can be categorized into nine main modalities: X-ray, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), positron emission tomography (PET), single photon emission tomography (SPECT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine (NM), mammography and fluoroscopy. ver más... Unravelling Single Cell Genomics Micro and Nanotools Publicada en AzoNano - Books, 03/29/2011. This unique introduction to the growing field of microfluidics applied to genomics provides an overview of the latest technologies and emphasizes its potential in answering important biological questions. Written by a physicist and a biologist, it offers a more comprehensive view than the previous literature. ver más... Linking Biomedical Informatics, Grid Computing and Nanomedicine Publicada el 03/23/2011. The Action-Grid White Paper presents a strategy for developing a new area of research: nano-informatics. This field extends Biomedical Informatics to nanomedicine. It was developed in the framework of the EU supported Virtual Physiological Human project. ver más... Nanotechnology Interviews Podcasts: NANOCYL Publicada el 03/23/2011. AZoNanos Cameron Chai speaks to Francis Massin, CEO of Nanocyl. Francis tells us about their plans to install new carbon nanotube production capabilities that will make them the biggest carbon nanotube producer in the world as well as their ready to use commercial nanotube-based products. ver más...Marzo 2011 Página 25
  29. 29. Nanomedicina La nanotecnología, una ciencia que aporta valor a las exportaciones irlandesas Publicada el 03/16/2011. La nanociencia y la nanotecnología han permitido alcanzar cifras de exportación de un 10% sobre los 150.000 millones de bienes y servicios exportados en Irlanda durante el año 2008, según fuentes del sector. Además, se prevé que en los próximos años el crecimiento de dicha industria alcance la cifra de un 20%. ver más... The Future of Nanomedicine in Surgery Predicted Publicada el 03/16/2011. A new review published in WIREs Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology explores how nanotechnology may provide powerful new tools that could have a marked impact on the therapeutic and diagnostic measures available to surgeons. ver más... NIOSH seeks public input to update its nanotechnology strategic plan Publicada el 03/16/2011. The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health is seeking public input "on the types of hazard identification and risk management research that should be considered for updating the NIOSH 2009 nanotechnology strategic plan," the agency announced in a March 7 Federal Register notice. ver más... Nanotechnology in Medicine Publicada el 03/15/2011. This report examines the various roles nanotechnology plays in the pharmaceutical industry. The new field of nanomedicine has a lot of potential and the new advances in this field. ver más... NanobiotechnologyMarzo 2011 Página 26
  30. 30. Nanomedicina Publicada el 03/15/2011. This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Nanobiotechnology in US$ Million by the following technology segments - Nanomaterials (Solid Inorganic Nanoparticles, Nanocomposites, Nanostructured Materials & Membranes, Nanotubes and Fullerenes, & Other Nanomaterials), and Nanodevices/Tools. ver más...Marzo 2011 Página 27

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