X-ray scattering-based studies of nano/bio-structures with hierarchical order for nanomedicine applications

@inproceedings{Giannini2016XraySS,
  title={X-ray scattering-based studies of nano/bio-structures with hierarchical order for nanomedicine applications},
  author={Cinzia Giannini and Davide Altamura and Dritan Siliqi and Teresa Sibillano and Liberato De Caro and Stella G Pastore and Massimo Ladisa},
  year={2016}
}
The application of nanotechnology in medicine offers numerous exciting possibilities in healthcare. The current and promising applications of nanomedicine include, but are not limited to, drug delivery, theranostic and tissue engineering, which are among the many beneficiaries of nanotechnology. Some of these opportunities are becoming realities or are being used today, while others are generating promise in their early phases of development and are expected to experience vigorous growth in the… CONTINUE READING

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