Brain Tumor Targeting Drug Delivery Systems: Advanced Nanoscience for Theranostics Applications is a comprehensive reference focused on the latest advancements in nanotechnology for brain tumor therapy. With practical insights and cutting-edge research, this book equips readers with the knowledge to develop innovative drug delivery systems for effective brain tumor diagnosis and treatment.
Structured into insightful chapters, this book covers the anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology of the brain, addressing barriers to targeted drug delivery strategies. Chapters explore theranostics-based delivery systems, including polymeric nanoparticles, liposomes, dendrimers, nanoemulsions, micelles, and inorganic nanoparticles, for precise brain tumor diagnosis and treatment.
This informative resource is designed for students and research scholars in pharmacology, pharmaceutical industry scientists, professors, and clinical medicine researchers. With comprehensive chapters and references for further reading, this book facilitates easy understanding of the intricate nanomedical technology, empowering researchers to make significant strides in the field of brain tumor therapy.
- - Structured chapters for easy understanding of nanotechnology concepts
- - In-depth coverage of theranostics-based delivery systems for brain tumor diagnosis and treatment
- - References for further reading and exploring new advances in drug delivery systems
Audience: Students and research scholars in pharmacology programs. Pharmaceutical industry scientists and professors. Researchers in clinical medicine.