Trends in Pharmaceuticals and Nanotechnology

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Athar Jamal, Afia Abdul Wahid, Naffisa Naveed, Hafiz Qamar Ul Ghofoor, Tanveer Ahmad
Trends in Pharmaceuticals and Nanotechnology, Volume 4, pp 12-19;

Cancer is very lethal to health and lives around the world chemists are always trying to formulate the advance anticancer drugs with better efficacy for treatment. Side by side, these drugs have adverse effects for monitoring that drugs the electrochemistry helps to device electrochemical cells. The cells can monitor the drugs in the body. Nanomaterials are helpful full in this regard. They improve the drug efficacy and drug delivery systems to protect the body from the adverse effects. In this review paper we described the applications of nanomaterials in sense that they have intensive surface area as compared to macro materials so this have enhanced catalytic properties that enable for great sensing applications.
Athar Jamal, Humaira Shaheen, Saira Rafiq, Javeria Saif, Kashina Aslam
Trends in Pharmaceuticals and Nanotechnology, Volume 4, pp 1-11;

Photocatalytic activity is a commonly used the function of semiconductor nanoparticles of CdO. CdO nanocomposites were analyzed by X-pillar diffraction (XRD), energy dispersive X-bar (EDX), high objective transmission electron microscopy (HR-TEM), Raman spectroscopy (RS), brilliant clear spectroscopy (UV–Vis.) and photo-luminescence (PL) spectroscopy techniques. Photocatalytic activity of the arranged models has been investigated under UV light. The decrease in the power of surge tops exhibits that the photo generated charge carriers have been moved from CdO NPs sheets, which causes to build the thickness of O2−and •OH progressives in the shading arrangement. The normal molecule sizes of CdO nanoparticles were found to be 14 nm. The blended CdO nanoparticles were utilized as photo catalyst some dyes are RhB, MY, MB, ARS etc. The photo degradation of methylene blue was advanced under different response conditions, for example impetus stacking, color focus, temperature, and pH. The upgraded photocatalytic activity can be attributed to synergistic impact of CdO.
Reham Muhammed Mostafa Al Mosawi
Trends in Pharmaceuticals and Nanotechnology, Volume 2, pp 52-58;

The present study aimed to investigation the antibacterial properties of the modify glass ionomer cement with ZnO and TiO2 nanoparticles in two various concentrations. Two a conventional type GIC Luting Cement. Nanoparticles of ZnO and TiO2 were integrated into the component powder of GIC at 3%, and 5%w. Antibacterial activity of the modified GICs: PCM and KCR with antibacterial agents nanoparticles of ZnO and TiO2 with concentrations 3 and 5 % w were estimated for each agent respectively, in tubes of aseptically prepared nutrient broth which inoculated with bacterial isolates (Streptococcus mutans and Lactobacillus spp.) that's identified in present study and observed the inhibition growth of bacteria after 24hrs, 1 week and after 3 week, at 37°C. The antibacterial activity results of modified GICs with antibacterial agents ZnO/ NPs and TiO2/ NPs in 3% w with 5% w concentrations, were revealed a highly effectiveness against all different dilutions of bacterial isolated species within periods time incubation by detect the minimum inhibitory concentration.
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