A Critical Review on Bio-mimetic Synthesis of Transition Metal Nanoparticles: Their Biomedical Applications in Veterinary Medicine

Rai Dhirendra Prasad1,Email

Neeraj R Prasad2

Rai Bishvendra Prasad3

Rai Yashendra Prasad4

Saurabh R Prasad5

Meera Gour6

Anil Kumar Vaidya7

Milind Patil8

Sardar Patil9

Sachin Karmuse5

Anil Athane5

Afraj Shaikh10

Yaseen Shaikh10

Archana Kanthe11

P D Patil2

Prashant Sarvalkar2

1Bihar Veterinary College, Patna-  800014, India.
2Shivaji University, Kolhapur 416004, India.
3Birsa Munda University of Agriculture Sciences, Ranchi 834006, Jharkhand, India.
4A N College, Patna 800013, Bihar, India.
5DKTE College of Engineering 416115, Ichalkaranji.
6Patna University, Patna 800005, Bihar, India.
7Vaidya Nandedkar Ayurvedic clinic, Kolhapur 416001,  Maharashtra, India. 
8Walchand College of Engineering Sangli 416415, India.
9Mahila Mahavidyalay , Kasaba Beed 416011 India.
10Abeda Inamdar College, Camp Pune 411001, India.
11Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur - 416101, India.

Abstract

Herein, we have tried to review various routes of synthesis of nanoparticles. Then emphasis has been given on biological route of synthesis of nanoparticles where we discussed synthesis of nano-silver using algae, bacteria, plants, fungi etc. Also the chemical positions and possible traditional uses of the plants are enlisted.  The use of plant extract for making nanoparticles is inexpensive, easily scaled up and environmentally benign. It is especially suited for making nanoparticles that must be free from toxic contaminants as required in therapeutic applications. Then at the end we discussed the toxic effects of nanoparticles.

A Critical Review on Bio-mimetic Synthesis of Transition Metal Nanoparticles: Their Biomedical Applications in Veterinary Medicine