IRadimed MRI vital signs monitor gets cleared in Japan

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Publication date: 2019Source: Methods in Microbiology, Volume 46Author(s): Surendra Gulla, Dakshayani Lomada, Vadali V.S.S. Srikanth, Muthukonda Venkatakrishnan Shankar, Kakarla Raghava Reddy, Sarvesh Soni, Madhava C. ReddyAbstractNanoparticles' based cancer therapeutics are greatly dependent on the development of science and engineering of nanoparticles. In this article, important strategies based on nanoparticles used for cancer treatment are discussed. The inspiration to write this article is not only to review the existing strategies based on nanoparticles but also to highlight the pertinent and possible solutions ther...
Source: Methods in Microbiology - Category: Microbiology Source Type: research
Publication date: 2019Source: Methods in Microbiology, Volume 46Author(s): Kakarla Raghava Reddy, Pattubala Adinaraya Reddy, Chandragiri Venkata Reddy, Nagaraj P. Shetti, Bhatula Babu, Koutavarapu Ravindranadh, Muthukonda Venkatakrishnan Shankar, Madhava C. Reddy, Sarvesh Soni, Shivalingegowda NaveenAbstractSuperparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) are the most extensively used functional nanomaterials as antibacterial agents, and for other biomedical applications due to their unique physical, chemical, magnetic and biocompatibility properties. However, due to their small size, particles tend to aggregate by dipo...
Source: Methods in Microbiology - Category: Microbiology Source Type: research
Publication date: 2019Source: Methods in Microbiology, Volume 46Author(s): Pankaj Satapathy, Kounaina Khan, Aishwarya Tripurasundari Devi, Anirudh Gururaj Patil, Avinash Mirle Govindaraju, Shubha Gopal, Mysore Nagalingaswamy Nagendra Prasad, Veena Sunil More, Raghava Reddy Kakarla, Anjanapura V. Raghu, Shivaprasad Hudeda, Sunil Shivaji More, Farhan ZameerAbstractMicrobes exist in every type of environment and the human gut is no exception. These microbes play a very crucial role in health and metabolism. Synthetic Gutomics is an effort to describe the engineering of the gut microbiota for ameliorating human disorders. This...
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Publication date: 2019Source: Methods in Microbiology, Volume 46Author(s): Thomas G. Meikle, Jamie B. Strachan, Charlotte E. ConnAbstractIn light of growing concerns regarding wide-spread antibiotic resistance, antimicrobial peptides may present a much needed alternative to currently available therapeutics, with less potential for the development of resistance in target organisms. They demonstrate broad spectrum activity, often against both Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria, as well as viruses and protozoa. These peptides are a subset of the larger pharmaceutical class of protein and peptide-based biopharmaceuticals...
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Publication date: 2019Source: Methods in Microbiology, Volume 46Author(s): Nitin Gupta, Divya Bharti Rai, Ashok Kumar Jangid, Hitesh KulhariAbstractNanotechnology has emerged as a tool for developing advanced therapies to control and combat infections. Antibiotic resistance and side effects are the latest challenges for development and application of available antimicrobials. Biocompatible nanomaterials confer potential strategies for preventing drug-resistance in microbes, basically by improving the therapeutic effect of current antimicrobial drugs. Nanotechnology-based carriers referred to as nanovehicles (NVs), have uni...
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Publication date: 2019Source: Methods in Microbiology, Volume 46Author(s): Hemraj ChhipaAbstractExcess use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides has shown negative impacts on soil health and environment. Chemical residues destroy the soil ecosystem by affecting the non-targeted organisms and decrease soil fertility simultaneously. To prevent such adversity in soil and environment, researchers have applied nanotechnology in agriculture. Nanotechnology is the rising technology of the current decade, which has shown promising results in controlling excess agri-inputs and maintaining environmental balance. The characteristics...
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Publication date: 2019Source: Methods in Microbiology, Volume 46Author(s): Manu Sharma, Ankita Deohra, Kakarla Raghava Reddy, Veera SadhuAbstractThe eye is a sensitive organ susceptible to bacterial as well as fungal acute and chronic infections. Commonly used conventional ocular dosage forms are solutions, drops, ointments, gels and suspensions. However, the small size of the ocular cavity, nasolacrimal drainage, precorneal elimination, conjunctival absorption and poor retention time compromises the ocular bioavailability of drugs and their therapeutic efficacy. The development of novel ophthalmic delivery systems suggest...
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Publication date: 2019Source: Methods in Microbiology, Volume 46Author(s): Aaron Elbourne, Vi Khanh Truong, Samuel Cheeseman, Piumie Rajapaksha, Sheeana Gangadoo, James Chapman, Russell J. CrawfordAbstractAntimicrobial resistance (AMR) has been identified as one of the greatest threats to human health (Boucher et al., 2009, Bush et al., 2011, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2013, Neu, 1992, Spellberg et al., 2008). Unfortunately, the current rise in AMR has made biofilm-related infections a primary health-care concern, since these biofilms can no longer be effectively treated using conventional antibiotic metho...
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Publication date: 2019Source: Methods in Microbiology, Volume 46Author(s): Lily Jaiswal, Shiv Shankar, Jong-Whan RhimAbstractCurrently, the food packaging industry presents one of the fastest growing industries globally. One of the most serious concerns in the food packaging industry is reducing environmental burdens by reducing food packaging waste or replacing non-biodegradable plastic packaging materials with eco-friendly biopolymer-based packaging materials to ensure food safety and extend the shelf life of packaged food. The advent of nanotechnology has recently been applied to overcome these challenges of food and en...
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Publication date: 2019Source: Methods in Microbiology, Volume 46Author(s): Bandhan Chatterjee, Neeti Kalyani, Soonjyoti Das, Anjali Anand, Tarun Kumar SharmaAbstractThe omnipresence of bacterial pathogens poses a grave danger for human survival on earth, the spectre justified in periodical WHO reports, where bacterial borne diseases maintain their share of infamy, claiming the leading cause of mortality around the globe. Given the current status of therapeutic advances, many of these life endangering diseases can be cured if diagnosed accurately and on time. So, the onus of saving lives now leans more towards having timely...
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