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Synthesis and Patterning Methods for Nanostructures Useful for Biological Applications

Daraio, Chiara and Jin, Sungho (2011) Synthesis and Patterning Methods for Nanostructures Useful for Biological Applications. In: Nanotechnology for Biology and Medicine: At the Building Block Level. Fundamental Biomedical Technologies. Springer , New York, NY, pp. 27-44. ISBN 978-0-387-31282-8.

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The importance and benefits of nanotechnology in biology and medicine are now well-recognized by scientists, technologists, as well as various governmental and private research funding agencies. The basis that enables the application of nanotechnology is the availability of nanostructured materials. Therefore, it is essential to provide an insight on the state-of-the-art methods to manufacture various nanostructures.

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