Open Access Review Article Article ID: IJNNN-7-139

    Therapeutic applications of nanozymes and their role in cardiovascular disease

    Naima Nashat and Zeshan Haider*

    Enzyme mimetic is an increasing pull to overcome the limitations on natural enzymes. Enzyme mimicking is done with the help of nanozymes. Nanozymes contain nonmaterial which have enzyme-like activity; this similar activity attracts the researchers. Nanozymes studies showed that they are exceptional in many aspects, such as robustness to a harsh environment, long term storage, easy mass production, and high stability. In the field of biomedical technology, nanozymes have exhibited advantages to diagnose and treat disease. Nanozymes used to treat many therapeutics affect antiinflammatory, anti-ageing effects, neuroprotection, cytoprotection, dental biofilms, antioxidation, and antithrombotic effects. However, to broaden the applications of nanozymes, it is synergistically important to combine the activity of enzymes with properties of nanoscale such as optics, magnetic, mechanics, and electrics. Many types of enzymes have been reported, and their applications in Environmental remediation, therapeutics, and biosensor development. Compare with natural enzymes, current research on applications of nanozymes is tranquil somewhat limited. This uncertain issue will be the next borderline for promotes applications.


    Published on: Jan 18, 2021 Pages: 9-18

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-3492.000039
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