Nanosensors are mainly used to detect the presence of chemical species and nanoparticles, using chemical and mechanical sensors. These are also used to detect the presence of pathogens like bacterias, virus, etc. Medicinal uses of nanosensors mainly revolve around the potential of nanosensors to accurately identify particular cells or places in the body in need. By measuring changes in volume, concentration, displacement and velocity, gravitational, electrical, and magnetic forces, pressure, or temperature of cells in a body, nanosensors may be able to distinguish between and recognize certain cells, most notably those of cancer, at the molecular level in order to deliver medicine or monitor development to specific places in the body.
Related Journals of Nanosensors
Nano Research & Applications, Journal of Nanomaterials & Molecular Nanotechnology, Nanomedicine Nanotechnology Journals, Nanomedicine Nanotechnology Journals, Journal of International Journal of Nanomedicine, Journal of Nanomedicine Research