Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine Companies

 

Showing results 41 - 50 of 94 of companies in USA:

 
The company is developing therapeutic immunotherapy by incorporating virus-specific immunogenic DNA into nanoparticles.
iCeutica has developed the Encapsulated Organic Nanoparticles (EON™) Platform to produce consistent nano-sized drug particles.
The company is a leader in life science fluidics, microfluidics, and optics, offering a three-fold advantage to customers by bringing optofluidic paths to life with strategic partnerships, breakthrough solutions, and proven expertise.
The company's focus is on the rapidly emerging field of nanobiotechnology with an emphasis on the early detection and localization of cancer and other human diseases. Their technologies also hold the promise of providing image-guided therapy for the treatment of these diseases, as well as providing new methods for therapeutic intervention.
A spin off founded to commercialize FDEC FET nano sensor technology invented at Arizona State University.The novel nano sensor technology is capable of exponential capacitive transduction for ultra high sensitivity molecular detection, coupled with exceptional selectivity.
The company has active internal drug discovery programs focused on the identification of novel small molecule drugs for oncology, inflammation, HIV and diabetes.
The foundation of the company's IVEC™ drug delivery platform is based on polymer micelle technology, spherical nanosized capsules formed by the assembly of block copolymers in water.
Develops targeted molecular imaging agents and therapeutics designed to detect and treat cancer and cardiovascular disease.
Keystone Nano has an exclusive license to Penn State patented technology that allows the creation of stable, non-toxic, 5 to 50 nm-composite particles that they call Molecular Dots (MDs). These Molecular Dots can encapsulate drugs and/or fluorescent molecules.
Develops and manufactures acoustic droplet ejection (ADE) systems, a fully automated, non-contact, nozzle-free technology to dispense nanoliters of liquids.