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Author Graves, Joseph L., 1955-

Title Principles and Applications of Antimicrobial Nanomaterials / Joseph L. Graves, Jr.

Publication Info. Amsterdam, Netherlands ; Cambridge, MA : Elsevier, [2022]

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Description 1 online resource
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Series Micro and nano technologies
Micro & nano technologies.
Note Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on October 25, 2021).
Bibliography References-3 Microbes and why they matter-10 Food-spoilage, preservation, industrial microbiology-Carbon nanotubes and agricultural plants-Nanomaterials and food spoilage-Listeria monocytogenes as a model food pathogen-References-11 Environment-biogeochemical cycles, pollution-The carbon cycle-The nitrogen cycle-Differences between carbon and nitrogen cycle-The sulfur and phosphorus cycle-References-12 Microbiomes-naturally occurring and engineered-The resident microbiome-Effect of pollution on microbiomes-Engineered microbiomes-References.
Contents Front Cover -- Principles and Applications of Antimicrobial Nanomaterials -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- 1 Nano and microbes, a brief history -- 1 The nanoscale: definitions -- The nanoscale -- Nanomaterial (definition) -- Bacterial microcompartments -- Flagella -- Exosomes -- Engineered nanomaterials -- References -- 2 Characteristics of nanomaterials: composition, coating, size, shape, surface properties, physical properties (inorganic ... -- Composition -- Organic nanoparticles -- Hybrid nanoparticles -- Size, shape, and coating -- References
3 Manufacture of nanomaterials-environmental exposure, toxicity, green synthesis, and sustainability -- Environmental fate of nanomaterials -- Green synthesis of nanomaterials -- References -- 4 Natural nanomaterials-microbial exposure -- Naturally occurring metallic/metallic oxide nanoparticles -- Naturally occurring organic nanoparticles -- References -- 5 Multidrug-resistant microbes and the "magic bullet"-metallic, metallic oxides-nanoparticles -- Metal resistance in microbes -- No "magic bullet" -- References -- 2 Microbial diversity
6 Three domains of life-structure and function (Bacteria, Archaea, Eucarya) -- Antimicrobial nanomaterials and phylogeny -- References -- 7 Bacteriophages and viruses (not alive, but important) -- Bacteriophages -- Lysogenic phage infection -- Archaeal viruses -- Eukaryotic viruses -- Effect of nanomaterials on viral replication and transmission -- References -- 8 Microbial view of the periodic table -- From -- References -- 9 Microbial defense -- Prevention of entry -- Efflux of toxic materials -- Sequestration -- Alteration of impacted substrates -- Persister cells -- Biofilms -- Summary
13 Pharmaceuticals/biotechnology-engineered proteins, vaccines, DNA vaccines -- Nanomaterial drug carriers -- Nanoparticulate delivery in cancer therapy -- SARS-COV-2 nanoparticle vaccines -- References -- 4 Microbial evolution -- 14 Organic evolution: principles -- Heredity -- Natural selection -- Genetic drift -- References -- 15 What Darwin never saw: how things differ between the microbial and macroscopic world. (Horizontal gene transfer, co-sele ... -- Variation -- Heredity -- Natural selection -- Trade-offs, epistasis, and pleiotropy -- References
Summary Principles and Applications of Antimicrobial Nanomaterials introduces the reader to the microbial world, antimicrobial nanomaterials, how microbial evolution works, and how knowledge of these areas can facilitate the development of sustainable antimicrobials. Due to the widespread occurrence of multidrug-resistant microbes, there is an increasing interest in the use of novel nanostructured materials as antimicrobials. This book is designed to help researchers from fields such as materials science, nanoscience, and nanoengineering who are attempting to develop these antimicrobial materials.
Subject Anti-infective agents -- Technological innovations.
Anti-infective agents -- Therapeutic use.
Antiinfectieux (CaQQLa)201-0001694 -- Innovations. (CaQQLa)201-0379286
Antiinfectieux (CaQQLa)201-0001694 -- Emploi en thérapeutique. (CaQQLa)201-0373975
Anti-infective agents -- Therapeutic use. (OCoLC)fst00810350
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Graves, Joseph L., 1955- Principles and Applications of Antimicrobial Nanomaterials. Amsterdam, Netherlands ; Cambridge, MA : Elsevier, [2022] 0128221054 9780128221051 (OCoLC)1237861670
ISBN 9780128232637 (electronic book)
0128232633 (electronic book)
9780128221051 (electronic bk.)
0128221054 (electronic bk.)

 
    
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