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The Age of Transitions Converging Technologies

Beyond the implications of biology for the nano world, in the next decade, the Human Genome Project will teach us more about humans than our total knowledge to this point. The development of new technologies (largely a function of physics and mathematics) will increase our understanding of the human brain in ways previously unimaginable. From Alzheimer's to Parkinson's to schizophrenia, there will be virtually no aspect of our understanding of the human brain and nervous system that cannot be transformed in the next two decades.

Activation And Dendrimer Removal

Initial work with Pd DENs immobilized on mica showed the importance of carefully determining decomposition protocols as even a short (10 min) treatment at high temperature (630 C) caused substantial particle growth.57 Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) studies indicate that that, under the conditions of the TGA experiment, high temperatures (500 C) are required to completely remove organic matter from Pd and Au DENs immobilized in porous sol-gel TiO2.50 This treatment resulted in substantial particle agglomeration, although pore templating by the dendrimer mitigated the particle growth.

How Medicine can Learn from Materials Science

Can a major component of a catalytic converter or a fullerene derivative lead to an eventual treatment for Parkinson's disease or arthritis Research to date certainly hints at this possibility. In chemistry, radicals (often referred to as free radicals) are atomic or molecular species with unpaired electrons on an otherwise open shell configuration. These unpaired electrons are usually highly reactive, so radicals are likely to take part in chemical reactions. Radicals play an important role in physiology but, because of their reactivity, they also can participate in unwanted side reactions resulting in cell damage. Free radicals damage components of the cell's membranes, proteins, or genetic material by oxidizing them the same chemical reaction that causes iron to rust. This is called oxidative stress. Many forms of cancer are thought to be the result of reactions between free radicals and DNA, resulting in mutations that can adversely affect the cell cycle and potentially lead to...

Improved pharmaceutical products

Diffusion and degradation characteristics (Chun et al, 2004). On this basis, it is expected that nano-materials will facilitate the delivery of drugs through the blood brain barrier and into the central nervous system. As a result, effective treatments may be developed for Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and brain tumours. Similarly nano-encapsulation materials may prove effective in the delivery of drugs to the retina of the eye through the blood-retina barrier.

What about Genetic Engineering and Robotics

The New York Times of August 19, 2003 reports 10 a medical procedure on a Parkinson's disease patient. The patient's skull was opened to allow insertion of an artificial virus. The virus was a naturally available virus, which had been modified (engineered) to carry a specific DNA sequence, which in turn was designed to counter the effects of Parkinson's disease. This experimental procedure had been approved by the Federal Drug Administration for 12 patients with advanced Parkinson's disease.

Building from the Bottom

Among the applications of nanotechnology that some researchers consider 'science fiction', while others are actively attempting to implement, are enhancements to human memory, physical strength, and other characteristics. Though usually framed as attempts to monitor or repair ailments or disabilities such as Parkinson's disease or genetic abnormalities, some of these technologies can simultaneously be used to control or enhance particular human characteristics in 'normal' humans as well. These possibilities raise many of the same issues as stem cell research and other aspects of biotechnology defining the boundary between treatment and change, establishing common understandings of what counts as 'human' and 'natural', the rights and needs of the ailing and their families versus broad social interests in establishing clear guidelines that a broad mainstream of society can support, the role of religion and morality in public life and in the governance of science, and so on. As with so...

Symmetry Dependent Properties

The appearance of spontaneous ferromagnetic order in Pd nanoparticles of about 6.8 nm size has been explained by a transition from single crystalline to multiply twinned structure with decreasing size 313 . The icosahedral symmetry is considered to contribute to the onset of ferromagnetic ordering or to the increase of an already existing magnetic moment. The main driving force in this transition has been shown to be the strong surface anisotropy of fcc single crystals being replaced by the energetically more stable icosahedral arrangement below the above size 313 . Stoichiometric Fe-Pt nanoparticles of 3 to 6 nm in size are found to preferentially exhibit icosahedral structure upon appropriate thermal processing 171 . Icosahedral MTPs of this alloy are assumed to be stabilized by transition to the L10 ordered phase, which exhibits large magnetocrystalline anisotropy 171 . This may be the basis for future magnetic materials with nanometer dimensions. For studying their physical...

MEMS Technology for Medical Applications

Recent design and development of MEMS-based chips by medical research scientists have demonstrated their potential applications for detection and treatment of neurological disorders, epilepsy, seizures, and Parkinson's disease. Neurosurgeons have been successful in quelling epileptic seizures by electrically jolting the vagus verve, one of the twelve pairs of nerves that emerge from the brain instead of spinal cord 9 . Magnetic seizure therapy uses a powerful electromagnet instead of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulations. Basically, it is a magnetic version of electroconvulsive therapy using NT-based biomedical chips. Magnetic seizure therapy, involving a magnetic force close to 2 T, induces a high-frequency current in a small portion ofbrain until it sparks a seizure. Medical researchers feel that a magnetically induced seizure will be more effective in treating depression. Neurosurgeons believe that about 25 percent of the patients with severe epilepsy also have chronic...

The Cytoskeleton and Medicine

No agents are known to selectively disrupt intermediate filaments (although 2,5 hexane dione may act in this way). In intact cells, vanadate combined with drugs that disassemble microtubules cause vimentin type intermediate filaments to collapse around the nucleus. A toxin known as beta, beta prime iminodiproprionitrile (IDPN) disrupts microtubule neurofilament organization in axons, which results in colocalization of certain MAP II subgroups with intermediate filaments. Wisniewski and colleagues (1966) showed that injection of aluminum salts into the brain or cerebrospinal fluid of experimental animals induced marked accumulation of 10 nanometer filaments in cell bodies, dendrites and initial axon segments of large neurons. When silver stained, these accumulations superficially resemble the neurofibrillary tangles that are encountered in a number of human disease states, notably Alzheimer's disease, Parkinsonism dementia and senility. The filamentous accumulations are not precisely...

Contributing to the Fight against Alzheimers

There is currently no cure for Alzheimer's disease, and its ultimate cause is still unknown. The disease affects millions of people around the world. Experts predict that this figure is expected to rise dramatically as the population, especially in developed countries, ages. Genetic factors are known to be important in causing the disease and dominant mutations in different genes have been identified that account for both early-onset and late-onset Alzheimer's. For a number of years, researchers have been working on alleviating neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease through gene therapy. In this type of treatment, a gene's DNA is delivered to the neurons in individual cells, allowing them to produce their own therapeutic proteins. Gene therapy typically aims to supplement a defective mutant allele (the location of DNA codings on a chromosome) with a functional one. Currently, the most common carrier vehicles to deliver the therapeutic genes to the...

Biomolecular Templated NW Assembly

The chemical deposition of metals such as silver (42), gold (113), platinum (114,115), palladium (116,117), copper (118), and functionalized gold particles (119,120) on DNA has been investigated as a potential approach for creating conductive NWs. The molecular recognition properties of biomolecules are used for the defined buildup of a nanostructured circuit, and the electrical functionality is installed by the directed construction of a metallic wire on the biotemplate. Saxl (112) and Keren et al. (113) demonstrated that not only can conducting gold and silver NWs be constructed from DNA templates but also that specific regions of DNA molecules can be protected from metal deposition by associating proteins along sections of the DNA. The ability to control metallization spatially provides an important step toward the bottom-up assembly of functional nanocircuits. However, a nonconducting gap was sometimes observed at small bias voltages. Richter et al. (117) reported that palladium...

General Applications of Diamondoids

In pharmacology, two adamantane derivatives, Amantadine (1-adaman-taneamine hydrochloride) and Rimantadine (a-methyl-1-adamantane methylamine hydrochloride) have been well known because of their antiviral activity (Figure 3.5). The main indication of these drugs is prophylaxis and treatment of influenza A viral infections. They are also used in the treatment of Parkinsonism and inhibition of hepatitis C virus (HCV) 27 . Memantine (1-amino-3,5-dimethyladamantane) has been reported effective in slowing the progression of Alzheimer's disease 27 .

Selective Oxidation Of Hydrogen To Hydrogen Peroxide

The initial research approach for the design of a direct hydrogen oxidation process for the synthesis of hydrogen peroxide, was to use supercritical CO2 as a reaction medium. This is because earlier studies with Pd catalysts have indicated that H2 diffusion is a significant problem and this can be expected to be largely overcome by using supercritical media due to the enhanced solubility of H2. Au ZnO, Pd ZnO and Au Pd ZnO catalysts containing 5 wt. metal were evaluated for the synthesis of hydrogen peroxide using supercritical CO2 (35 C,9.7MPa). The Au ZnO and Au Pd ZnO catalysts exhibited some hydrogen peroxide synthesis, albeit at a low rate. However, the Pd catalyst only generated water as a product. At this temperature it was considered that the hydrogen peroxide formed was relatively unstable with respect to decomposition or hydrogenation (Fig. 4.9). Hence, although using supercritical CO2 as the reaction medium may have overcome the diffusion limitation, the inherent...

Artificial Cell and Red Blood Cell Substitutes

A drop method was developed for the encapsulation of biological cells 677, 679 by using milder physical cross-linking 700 , resulting in alginate-polylysine-alginate (APA) microcapsules containing cells. The preparative procedures and properties of microcapsule artificial kidneys were studied 701, 702 . Microencapsulated xanthine oxidase was used for experimental therapy in Lesch-Nyhan disease 703 . Microencapsulated islets were used as a bioartifi-cial endocrine pancreas 700 . The cell encapsulation was developed for cell therapy, including artificial cells containing endocrine tissues, hepatocytes, and other cells for cell therapy 686, 688, 704-707 , for potential applications in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, dwarfism, pain treatment, IgG1 plasmacytosis, Hemophilia B, Parkinsonism, and axo-tomized septal cholinergic neurons. The effects on hyper-bilirubinemia in Gunn rats were discussed for hepatocytes immobilized by microencapsulation in artificial cells 708 . Daka and Chang...


Hydrogenation of a benzene solution of C60 is carried out using hydrogen at just above atmospheric pressure with Pd-C or Pt-C catalysts. However, the hydrofullerene obtained becomes rapidly oxidized to fullerenols. The reduction of the cage is not affected with Raney nickel as the catalyst. Hydroboration, hydrozirconation, or reduction by diimide leads to C60H2 70 . Since all the 6,6-ring junction n-bonds are equivalent in C60, only one dihydrogen product is obtained. With respect to a hydrogenated n-bond in C60, a second molecule of H2 can add to any one of the eight regio-symmetrically different double bonds, leading to eight possible tetrahydro derivatives. Indeed the reaction to tetrahydro derivative C60H4 leads to an isomeric mixture and all eight isomers are isolated 70b . The tetrahydro 60 fullerene mixture consists of 30 of the 1,2,3,4-isomer 30, shown as the Schlegel diagram (Fig. 11). Isolation of this product in good yields has fundamental significance in relation to the...

October 17 2000

The hallmark of neurodegenerative disease such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease or Lou Gehrigs' disease is attack by oxygen radicals on neuronal tissue. Oxidative stress by oxygen radicals has been demonstrated to induce cellular instability by a cascade of events leading to programmed cell death. Abrogation of oxidative stress therefore remains the Holy Grail for curtailing the devastating impact of neurodegenera-tive diseases. The excellent neuroprotective efficacy of fullerenes reflects their ability to react with oxygen radical species such as superoxide radicals in addition to

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