Part I The Nano-Scale Biological Systems in Nature; Molecular bio-motors in living cells a by T. Nishizaka; The form designed by viral genome a by K. Onodera; Part II Detection and Characterization Technology; Atomic force microscopy applied to nano-mechanics of the cell a by A. Ikai; Design, synthesis and biological application of fluorescent sensor molecules for cellular imaging a by K. Kikuchi; Dynamic visualization of cellular signaling a by Q. Ni and J. Zhang; Part III Fabrication Technology; Surface acoustic wave atomizer and electrostatic deposition a by Y. Yamagata; Electrospray deposition of biomolecules by V.N. Morozov; Part IV Processing Technology; Droplet handling a by T.Torii; Integrated microfluidic systems a by S. Kaneda and T. Fujii; Part V Applications; A novel non-viral gene delivery system: Multifunctional envelope-type nano device - by H. Hatakeyama, H. Akita, K. Kogure, and H. Harashima; Biosensors - by M. Saito, H.M. Hiep, N. Nagatani, and E.Tamiya; Micro bioreactors a by Sato and T. KitamoriIntracellular pharmacokinetics (iPK) Pharmacodynamics (PD) kint kesc kdeg Lysosomal degradation klys k nuc Cellular uptake Endosome Lysosome Nuclear ... 7 Schematic diagram illustrating the intracellular pharmacokinetics and nuclear dynamics of DNA. ... After transfection with rhodamine-labeled pDNA, the acidic intracellular compartments (endosome/ lysosome) and nucleus were stained with anbsp;...
|Author||:||Isao Endo, Teruyuki Nagamune|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2010-09-08|