Nanomedicine & Nanotechnology Open Access (NNOA)

ISSN: 2574-187X

Review Article

Ultron and the Ultra-Age of Nanoparticles

Authors: Nannar AR* and Kawle YN

DOI: 10.23880/nnoa-16000294


Nanotechnology has advanced over the past 4 years and shows no signs of stopping. Nanotechnology-based technologies and products have completely changed every part of daily life, from the food sector to medical uses. With the use of nanoparticles, food products may now have much longer shelf life, hydrophobic medication distribution can be improved within cells, and the effectiveness of certain treatments, such anticancer medicines, can be increased. Consequently, the world economy has been influenced by nanotechnology in addition to the global level of life. This review discusses the properties of nanoparticles that give them appropriate and possibly harmful biological effects, as well as their uses in various biological fields, nanoparticlebased medications, and delivery systems in biomedicine, including nano-based medications that are currently FDA-approved. A potential remedy as well as the potential consequences of ongoing exposure to nanoparticles as a result of growing nanotechnology use are also discussed.

Keywords: Nanoparticles; Classification; Application of Nanoparticles; Types; Therapeutic; Nanotechnology

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