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International Journal of Nano Dimension (Int. J. Nano Dimens.)

Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Khalil Pourshamsian; Director-in-Charge: Dr. Babak Sadeghi

Online ISSN: 2228-5059

Print ISSN: 2008-8868

Publishes Quarterly

Articles In Press

Articles In Press are accepted, peer reviewed articles awaiting to be assigned into an issue of this journal

Review Article
Nanotechnology advancements transforming molecular diagnostics: Applications in precision healthcare

  Nanotechnology’s impact on diagnostics is transformative, introducing cutting-edge tools that operate at the nanoscale, thereby revolutionizing clinical laboratory procedures. The development of nanoscale sensors, imaging agents, and other diagnostic tools has significantly elevated the sensitivity, precision, and efficiency of diagnostic processes. Indeed, engineered sensors that utilize nanomaterials (size < 100 nm) can detect minute […]

Original Article
Evaluation of phytochemicals, anti-oxidative properties and synergistic effects of green fabricated AuNPs-GrNs nanocomposites against selected Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacterial strains

  Graphene and its derivatives are biocompatible, have a huge surface area, good resistance capacity and thermal conductivity. The unique features listed above are extremely important for killing microorganisms. This paper presents the fabrication of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs), graphene nanosheets (GrNs), and GrNs functionalized with AuNPs by a novel eco-friendly method. These GrNs and AuNPs were […]

Original Article
Bio-synthesis of Copper Oxide nanoparticles using beetle defensive gland extract: Exploring diverse applications

  The present study systematically investigates a direct method for synthesising copper oxide nanoparticles (CuONP) utilising the defensive gland secretion of the beetle Luprops tristis Fabricius (L. tristis) using a greener method under microwave irradiation. By employing the unique biological approach of utilising the insect L. tristis, we successfully characterised the CuONP abbreviated as LCuONP […]

Review Article
Artificial intelligence for regular monitoring of diabetogenic wounds and exploring nanotherapeutics to combat the multifaceted pathophysiology

The multifaceted pathophysiology of diabetic wounds coupled with impaired diabetic wound healing remains a significant challenge for the medical community in the 21st century. Possibility of bacterial infections, insufficient vascular supply, increment in levels of oxidative stress, and abnormalities in defenses mechanism of antioxidant causes diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) that leads to significant morbidity. An […]