Research article


K. Rawat1, N. Kurechia2, R. Vandre3, J. Jogi4, N. Tandia5, M. Shivhare6, J. Shakkarpude7, A. Patil8, N. Shrivastava9, D.D. Caesar10, A. Bhimte11 and S. Singh12

Online First: December 07, 2022

The term "nanotechnology" describes the processing of materials at the atomic or molecular level, particularly for the creation of minuscule devices capable of calculation, function, and organization. The size range of 1–100 nm is commonly referred to as the microscopic level. For this specific post, we choose to examine how nanotechnology is used in veterinary medicine and emphasize its contributions to bettering animal health and production. Through the creation of a system for the delivery of smart drugs, nanotechnology has a significant impact on the treatment of diseases in veterinary medicine and other facets of animal production. These days, nanotechnology has completely changed veterinary medicine and animal science fields by introducing novel, miniature tools, and materials that are advantageous to living things. Quantum dots, magnetic nanoparticles, nanopores, polymeric nanoparticles, nanoshells, fullerenes, liposomes, and dendrimers are a few examples of the nanoparticles utilized for illness detection, therapy, drug administration, animal breeding, and reproduction. Although nanotechnology is recognized as one of the most important technologies that have previously been used in a variety of fields, veterinary science is just beginning to use it. It is fair to assume that nanotechnology research will alter the science and technology of animal health in the following year and will aid in increasing livestock production.Since nanotechnology is still in its early stages of development and needs to be equipped to enable scientists, engineers, and biologists to work at the cellular and molecular levels for major improvements in healthcare and animal medicine, it won't have a large impact on the near future. However, it is realistic to assume that research in nanotechnology will change animal health and aid in increasing livestock production in the following year.


Nanotechnology, Veterinary Science, Animal, SLN, Dendrimers