Bionanoparticles: A Green Nanochemical Approach

  • Anand Kumar Pandey Bundelkhand University
  • Rahul Kumar Bundelkhand University
  • Damini Maurya Bundelkhand University
  • Ved Prakash Singh Bundelkhand University
Keywords: Bionanoparticles, Nanotechnology, Green Nanoparticles

Abstract

Nanoparticle, a core of bio-nanoparticle, which is used for polymers including natural and synthetic polymer and form different types of, liposomal and polymer nanoparticle. The designing, synthesis and manipulation of structures which is smaller than 100 nm, is termed as Nanotechnology. Nanoparticles are developed as a colloidal structure, synthesized by semi-synthetic and synthetic polymers. The emerging area of nanotechnology and Nano-sciencesare the application of nanoparticles, ranges in 1 to 100 nanometre (nm). The synthesis of silver nanoparticles for their potential application, it was originate to be eco-friendly and reliable, because of their exclusive properties. Mostly synthesis of AgNPs, by physical and chemical methods are too expensive, toxic, hazardous chemicals for various biological risks.The main objective of this study preferably lies thatgreen synthesis of AgNPs by several plants and its metabolites, extracts can be much safer to handle and easily available. The synthesis of AgNPs  are using several plants extract such as Oryza sativa, Zea mays, Basella alba, Helianthusannuls, Camellia sinensis ( green tea), Azadirachta indica (neem), Ssebania drummondii (leguminous shrub)sp. The AgNPs get attached in the cell wall of microorganism and can disturb the cellular respiration, permeability of the cell wall. Sometimes it can penetrate inside the cell wall which can interact protein, DNA, sulphur and phosphorus and causing cellular injury inside cell. It confers the antimicrobial activity. The AgNPs shows less antimicrobial activity against gram positive bacteria in comparison to gram negative bacteria because gram negative contain β-barrel proteins (i.e. Porins) and thinner peptidoglycan. The distinguishing property of silver nanoparticles it can be have higher surface area to volume ratio. When surface area increases the catalytic activity and surface energy of AgNPs corresponding to increase and biological effectiveness also increases.

It identified that amalgamation of silver nanoparticle biochemical process is very fast process as compare to using microorganism (even several hours to few days). The NPs monodispersity, size are significant part in the valuation of NPs amalgamation. Therefore, operative regulator of monodispersity and NPs size are essentially examined. On numerous readings silver nanoparticle synthesis by microbes can be decompose later withassured dated of time. Thus the constancyof nanoparticle producebiological approachesmerits supplementary learning.

Author Biographies

Anand Kumar Pandey, Bundelkhand University

Department of Biotechnology, Institute of Engineering and Technology
Bundelkhand University,
Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, India

Rahul Kumar, Bundelkhand University

Department of Biotechnology, Institute of Engineering and Technology
Bundelkhand University,
Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, India

Damini Maurya, Bundelkhand University

Department of Biotechnology, Institute of Engineering and Technology
Bundelkhand University,
Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, India

Ved Prakash Singh, Bundelkhand University

Department of Biotechnology, Institute of Engineering and Technology
Bundelkhand University,
Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, India

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Published
2015-09-01
How to Cite
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Pandey, A.K., Kumar, R., Maurya, D. and Singh, V. 2015. Bionanoparticles: A Green Nanochemical Approach. PharmaTutor. 3, 9 (Sep. 2015), 28-35.