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The Nanodermatology Society (NDS) was established in 2010 to promote a greater understanding of the scientific and medical aspects of nanotechnology in skin health and disease. The Society is composed of physicians, dermatologists, physicists, chemists, policy makers, regulators, nanotechnology scientists, and students involved in nanotechnology specifically related to dermatology from teaching, to education, to scientific research. Check out our:website:…See More
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Nanodermatology, skin and soft tissue infections, wound healing, nanotoxicology, nitric oxide, antimicrobials, cosmeceuticals, sunscreens, chemotherapeutics, drug delivery
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1.Friedman, A, Han, G, Navati, MH, Chacko, M, Gunther, L, Alfieri, A, Friedman, JM. Sustained Release Nitric Oxide Releasing Nanoparticles: Characterization of a Novel Platform Based on Nitrite Containing Hydrogel/Glass Composites. Nitric Oxide 2008 19(1): 12-20.

2.Martinez, L, Han, G, Chacko M, Mihu, MR, Jacobson, M, Gialanella, P, Friedman, A, Nosanchuk, J, Friedman, JM. Antimicrobial and Healing Efficacy of Sustained Release Nitric Oxide Nanoparticles against Staphylococcus aureus Skin Infections. J Invest. Dermatol. 2009: 129; 2463–2469.

3. Han, G, Zippin, J, Friedman, A. From Bench to Bedside: The Therapeutic Potential of Nitric Oxide in Dermatology. J Drugs Dermatol. 2009; 8(6): 586-591.

4. Friedman, A and Friedman, JM. Novel Biomaterials for the Sustained Release of Nitric Oxide: Past, Present, and Future. Expert Opin Drug Deliv. 2009; 6(10): 1113-1122.

5.Han, G, Tar, M, Dwarakka, K, Friedman, A, Melman, A, Friedman, JM, Davies, KP. Nanoparticles as a Novel Delivery Vehicle for Therapeutics Targeting Erectile Dysfunction. J Sexu Med. 2010; 7(1 Pt 1):224-33.

6. Martinez, LM, Mihu, MR, Han, G, Cordero, RJB, Casadevall, A, Friedman, A, Friedman, JM, Nosanchuk, JD. Chitosan Effectively Damages Cryptococcus Neoformans Biofilms. Biomaterials 2010; 31(4): 669-79.

7.Zippin, J and Friedman A. An Update on Nanotechnology in Cosmetics and Sunscreens. J Drugs Dermatol. 2009; 8(10): 955-958.

8.Han, G, Martinez, LM, Mihu, MR, Friedman, A, Friedman, JM, Nosanchuk, J. Nitric Oxide Releasing Nanoparticles are Therapeutic for Staphylococcus aureus Abscesses in Murine Model of Infection. PLoS ONE 2009; 4(11): e7804

9.Martinez, LM, Mihu, MR, Tar, M, Cordero, RJB, Han, G, Friedman, A, Friedman, JM, Nosanchuk, JD. Anti-biofilm and Antifungal Efficacy of Chitosan against Candidal Biofilms Using in vivo Central Venous Catheter Model. J Infect Dis. Published online 3/23/10.

10. Cabrales, P, Han, G, Roche C, Nacharaju, P, Friedman, A, Friedman, J. Sustained Release Nitric Oxide from Long Lived Circulation Nanoparticles. Free Rad Med. 2010; 49(4):530-8.
Nasir, A and Friedman, A. Nanotechnology and the Nanodermatology Society. J Drugs Dermatol. 2010; 9(7): 879-882.

11.Cabrales, P, Han, G, Nacharaju, P, Friedman, AJ, Friedman, JM. Reversal of Hemoglobin-Induced Vasoconstriction with Sustained Release of Nitric Oxide. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. Published online 11/5/10: doi:10.1152/ajpheart.00665.2010.

12. Han, G, Friedman, A, Friedman, JM. Nitric Oxide Releasing Nanoparticle Synthesis and Characterization. Nitric Oxide: Methods in Molecular Biology 2011, Volume 704, Part 2, 187-195.

13. Nachuraj, P, Friedman, AJ, Friedman, JM, Cabrales, P. Exogenous Nitric Oxide Prevents Collapse during Hemorrhagic Shock. Resuscitation. Published Online 2/21/11.
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