End-use industries utilize the optical and electronics properties of gold nanoparticles by modifying the shape, size, surface chemistry, and aggregation state. Ability to tune these properties has opened an array of applications of gold nanoparticles in the medical industry for therapeutics and tissue engineering. That aside, continuous research in expanding applications in other end-use industries underpins the vast potential in the gold nanoparticles market.
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Engineered of Gold Nanoparticles for Novel Drug and Gene Delivery Unlocks New Potential
Over the past few years, gold nanoparticles have been engineered for novel drug and gene delivery application. In particular, market players have been focusing on harnessing surface plasmon resonance property in gold nanoparticles for cancer drug delivery. The application area benefits from two distinct properties: scattering light easily, absence of photo-bleaching, and their easy detection in very low concentrations.
The role of gold nanoparticles as contrast agents have been intensely studied by researchers to understand the molecular pathways associated with carcinogenesis in humans. This has revealed some exciting potential in the gold nanoparticles market. Especially, the gold nanoparticles market has made headways from the recognition of its potential in identifying cancerous cells. A case in point is its utilization as molecular biosensor technique for identifying oral epithelial living cancer cells, both in in-vitro and in-vivo.
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Use in Gene Silencing Paves Way to Therapeutic Applications
Another useful application is the use of gold nanoparticles in gene silencing, opening new avenues in the market. They have shown an incredible potential in the delivery of siRNA/DNA. Growing research on discovering efficient gene delivery system in oncology treatments is boosting the gold nanoparticles market. Great advances have been made in recent years on understanding the function of nanoparticle conjugate structures, including DNA functionalized gold nanoparticles. Growing use of gold nanoparticles for therapeutic application in various cancer types is also likely to reinforce the potential of the market.