The prerequisite for this course is Cell Biology (BI1113). Knowledge of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Chemistry will also be useful. Students should be ready to work hard and to learn new concepts.
CLO: 1 Develop a fundamental understanding of basic concepts of nano-biotechnology and its uses in the field of life sciences [C1-Comprehension]. .
CLO: 2 Evaluate applications of various concepts of nano-biotechnology to facilitate biotechnological advancement and innovations [C2-Analysis] .
CLO: 3 Demonstrate the techniques used in Nanobiotechnology [C4-Current Tool usage].
1 Introduction To The Course And Course Objectives
2 Assembly Of Nanoparticles And Dispersion And Coating
3 Factors Affecting Synthesis Of Nanoparticles
4 Characterization Techniques
5 Biological Applications Of Nanobiotechnology
6 Applications In Gene Therapy And Tissue Engineering
7 Applications In Pathogen Detection And Food Safety
11 Commercialization Of Nanoproducts
13 Role In Medical Diagnostics
14 Nanotechnology-Based Biochips And Microarrays
15 Protein Microarrays/Chips And Nanobiosensors