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Controllable synthesis of functional nanoparticles by microfluidic platforms for biomedical applications - a review.

Lab Chip; 17(2): 209-226, 2017 01 17.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-27991629
Nanoparticles have drawn significant attention in biomedicine due to their unique optical, thermal, magnetic and electrical properties which are highly related to their size and morphologies. Recently, microfluidic systems have shown promising potential to modulate critical stages in nanosynthesis, such as nucleation, growth and reaction conditions so that the size, size distribution, morphology, and reproducibility of nanoparticles are optimized in a high throughput manner. In this review, we put an emphasis on a decade of developments of microfluidic systems for engineering nanoparticles in various applications including imaging, biosensing, drug delivery, and theranostic applications.