Precision cancer immunotherapy with synergistic nano-biotechnological integration

Document Type : Research Paper


Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy, Kalinga University, Naya Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India.


Nanotechnology, the manipulation of matter at the anatomical and molecular levels, has paved the way for the creation of materials with unique and enhanced properties. One of its significant applications is in the realm of nano-biotechnology, where various subfields, such as nanostructures, play a crucial role in fields like biotechnology and structural and cellular genomics. Nano-biotechnology offers a groundbreaking approach to research by allowing scientists to introduce chemicals and components into cells and fabricate novel materials through innovative techniques like assembling. Particularly noteworthy is its contribution to the in vivo administration of Nucleic Acid (NA) therapeutics. Advanced nanoscale biotechnology strategies have played a pivotal role in this domain by providing precise control over crucial parameters such as dimension, charge, drug loading, and response to external signals of delivery transporters. The integration of cutting-edge nanoscale biotechnology in the field of cancer immunotherapy holds significant promise for overcoming obstacles in NA treatment. This involves addressing challenges related to the clinical and preclinical research of different nanocarriers. This article serves as a concise overview, delving into the characteristics and encountered difficulties associated with various nanocarriers during clinical and preclinical investigations. The paper discusses a range of NA methods and elucidates how state-of-the-art nanoscale biotechnology actively supports and enhances NA treatment. By manipulating the physical and chemical attributes of delivery transporters, nanotechnology allows for the optimization of therapeutic outcomes, making it an invaluable tool in the advancement of medical research. In conclusion, the marriage of nanotechnology and biotechnology, specifically in the field of nano-biotechnology, opens up new avenues for scientific exploration and medical advancements. The precision and versatility offered by nanoscale techniques hold immense potential in revolutionizing the landscape of NA therapeutics, paving the way for more effective and targeted treatments. The ongoing progress in cutting-edge Nanobiotechnology (N-Bio-Tech) exemplifies the relentless pursuit of solutions to some of the most significant challenges in medical science, particularly in the realm of cancer immunotherapy.


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