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Butterflies, lotus leaves and others are some of these nanostructures. In the human body ­nanostructures can be seen too. For example, ions, DNA, proteins, viruses, ­nanosized organic phase of the bone and etc. In the field of biomaterials, nano improved many properties compared to micron size. Nanomaterials are acknowledged as particles within a range of 1–100 nm. In biomedical applications, design, shape and size of the endpoint system can have an affect on the final result. Nanomaterials consist of nanoparticles, nanoclusters, nanofibers, nanofilms, nanorods, nanowires and etc.

Solid-lipid NPs: Solid lipid NPs (SLN) were developed at the beginning of the 1990s as an alternative carrier system to emulsions, liposomes and polymeric NPs as a colloidal carrier system for controlled drug delivery. 1). SLN can be formulated by using highly purified triglycerides, complex glyceride mixtures or even waxes. The main advantages of these lipid NPs are good tolerability, biodegradability, high bioavailability by ocular administration and a targeting effect on the brain. The common method of preparing these lipids is high pressure homogenization.

Metals (Ti–6Al–4V, Co–Cr–Mo, stainless steel), polymers [poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA)], ultrahigh-molecular-weight polyethylene (UHMWPE), and ceramics (alumina, zirconia, hydroxyapatite) are the three classes of materials that are most commonly used for fabricating orthopedic implants. Depending on the biomaterial type that is used for implant fabrication, sometimes coating implants is necessary. Coating materials should be biocompatible, non-toxic, non-mutagen, non-allergic and also stability in chemical and corrosion conditions.

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