Agnieszka Gajewicz, Tomasz Puzyn
Jenny Stanford Publishing
December 31, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 600 Pages
ISBN 9789814800648 - CAT# K441811
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The development of computational methods that support human health and environmental risk assessment of engineered nanomaterials has attracted great interest because the application of these methods enables us to fill existing experimental data gaps. However, considering the high degree of complexity and multifunctionality of engineered nanoparticles, computational methods originally developed for regular (i.e., classic) chemicals cannot always be applied explicitly in nanotoxicology. Thus, the main idea of this book is to discuss the current state of the art and future needs in the development of computational modeling techniques for nanotoxicology.
The book focuses on methodology. Among various in silico techniques, special attention is given to (i) computational chemistry (quantum mechanics, semi-empirical methods, density functional theory, molecular mechanics, molecular dynamics); (ii) nanochemoinformatic methods (quantitative structure–activity relationship modeling, grouping, read-across); and (iii) nanobioinformatic methods (genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics).
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2. Current Developments and Recommendations in Computational Nanotoxicology in View of Regulatory Application
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3. Physicochemical Properties of Nanomaterials from in silico simulations: An Introduction to Density Functional Theory and Beyond
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4. Bionano Interactions: A Key to a Mechanistic Understanding of Nanoparticle Toxicity
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5. From Modeling Nanoparticle–Membrane Interactions toward Nanotoxicology
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6. Descriptors in Nano-QSAR/Nano-QSPR Modeling
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7. Nano-QSAR for Environmental Hazard Assessment: Turning Challenges into Opportunities
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8. Read-Across to Fill Toxicological Data Gaps: Good Practice to Ensure Success with Nanoparticles
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9. Computational Methods of Interspecies Nanotoxicity Extrapolation: A Step toward the Future
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10. On Error Measures for Validation and Uncertainty Estimation of Predictive QSAR Models
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11. Green Toxicology Meets Nanotoxicology: The Process of Sustainable Nanomaterial Development and Use
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12. Issues for and Examples of Computational Design of “Safe-by-Design” Nanomaterials
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