Bionanotechnology and Synthetic Biology: applications in precision medicine and allied fields
Guest edited by Dr Kakoli Bose and Dr Deepak Balaji Thimiri Govindaraj
Bionanotechnology and Synthetic Biology are two new, cutting-edge areas of applied biomedical research. By utilising pioneering plug and play technologies, they seek answers to some of the most intriguing questions remaining within various research domains, particularly within precision medicine. Originally envisaged and later developed based on macromolecular self-assembly in biological network systems, bionanotechnology now joins hands with synthetic biology to reshape the future of precision medicine.
This themed collection in Bioscience Reports endeavours to integrate advancements in both these emerging fields, collating review and original research articles focusing on precision medicine and touching on allied fields including genomics, proteomics and metabolomics.
We would like to thank all the authors involved for their excellent contributions, and we hope you enjoy reading this themed collection.
Collection image from Folkmanaite et al. (2023) https://doi.org/10.1042/BSR20220953