Jayeeta Sengupta

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Nanotechnology has been setting benchmarks for the last two decades, but the origins of this technology reach back to ancient history. Today, nanoparticles of both metallic and non-metallic origin are under research and development for applications in various fields of biology/therapeutics. Physiologically important metals are of concern because they are(More)
Nano-medical approaches to develop drugs have attracted much attention in different arenas to design nanoparticle conjugates for better efficacy of the potential bio-molecules. A group of promising candidates of this category would be venom-toxins of animal origin of potential medicinal value. Traditional systems of medicine as well as folklores mention the(More)
With emerging use of gold nanopaticles (GNP) in biomedical science now concern lies upon the fact that how this nonanparticles interact with biological systems both in vivo and in vitro. In this study effects of GNP (50 nm) were investigated in animal models after acute and chronic exposure. For acute studies GNP was administered intravenously at three(More)
Nanoparticles owing to their unique physico-chemical properties have found its application in various biological processes, including metabolic pathways taking place within the body. This review tried to focus the involvement of nanoparticles in metabolic pathways and its influence in the energy metabolism, a fundamental criteria for the survival and(More)
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