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  • ISSN: 2334-1815
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    Volume 7, Issue 1
    Review Article
    Georgia-Paraskevi Nikoleli*, Christina Siontorou, Marianna-Thalia Nikolelis and Dimitrios Nikolelis
    This review provides information and details about the construction of nanosensors based on lipid membranes that can be utilized to monitor toxicants in food, environmental pollutants, and analytes of clinical interest. Nanosensors based on lipid films have been used to rapidly detect a wide range of these analytes, and can offer several advantages towards analytical instrumentation such as rapid response times, high sensitivity and selectivity, portability for in the field uses and small size. A description of the preparation of these devices for the rapid detection of toxicants in foods, environmental pollutants, and analytes of clinical interest is provided in this review.
    Dinesh Lolla*
    Polymer materials have been playing an essential role in the advancement of drug delivery systems by serving as controlled, cyclic and tunable release of therapeutic compounds. Recent advancements in the functional materials enabling us to rationally engineer, tailor the polymer morphological characteristics with respect to the desired cargo and perform multiple biological functions. The flexibility of smart electro active polymers allowed the progression in bio-medical devices that can carry targeted polymer-drug conjugates for direct intercellular delivery. This review summarizes a general overview of few latest developments in the bio-compatible functional polymer materials and applications in topical, intravenous and carrier drug conjugates.
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