Nanomaterials in biomedical applications either in vitro or in vivo have raised high expectations for new and ground breaking diagnostic and therapeutic solutions in health care and are already moving from the laboratory bench to clinical application. The success of nanomaterials in these fields is founded on our advanced understanding of molecular mechanisms in biology, the progress of nanostructure sciences in physics, chemistry, and engineering, and our quickly improving ability to mimic biological signals by increasingly complex synthetic structures and interaction functionalities.

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