1 Nanotechnologies for Cancer Sensing and Treatment 1
Phong A. Tran
2 Monitoring Tissue Healing Through Nanosensors 41
Lei Yang and Thomas J. Webster
3 Monitoring Inflammation and Infection via
Implanted Nanosensors 61
Batur Ercan, Nhiem Tran, and Thomas J. Webster
4 DNA-Based Nanotechnology Biosensors for Surgical Diagnosis 75
Yupeng Chen and Hongchuan Yu
5 Electrically Active Neural Biomaterials 95
Justin T. Seil and Thomas J. Webster
6 Biodegradable Metals and Responsive Biosensors for Musculoskeletal Applications 115
7 Carbon Nanotube-Based Orthopedic Implant Sensors 139
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