Insights Into Green Synthesized and Chemical Synthesized Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications


  • Mahreen Fatima The Cholistan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences is a public university located in Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan.
  • Maham Fatima The Govt. Sadiq College, Women University, Bahawalpur, Pakistan



Green synthesis, chemical synthesis, economic impact , biomedical applications


Nanotechnology currently garners substantial attention due to its capacity to alter metals' chemical, physical, and optical attributes through nanosizing. Consequently, a significant emphasis exists on devising novel approaches that utilize biological sources to synthesize diverse nanoparticles with specific sizes and compositions. Most current approaches are costly, environmentally harmful, and inefficient in using materials and energy. The properties of nanoparticles are affected by a range of factors such as time, temperature, pH, and ambient conditions. The potential of eco-friendly nanoparticles is also evident in agriculture, which can safeguard the environment and enhance agricultural productivity. Moreover, the thorough characterization of synthesized nanoparticles is paramount, especially in their potential applications in drug delivery and biomedicine. Green-synthesized nanoparticles excel in biocompatibility and sustainability, while chemically-synthesized nanoparticles provide precise control and functional versatility. The choice between these approaches depends on specific biomedical demands, cost factors, and the desire for sustainable healthcare solutions. Harnessing the strengths of both synthesis methods holds the potential to revolutionize biomedical applications, advancing healthcare accessibility and efficacy.  This review paper mainly focuses on the green synthesis, chemical synthesis, economic impact and biomedical application.



DOI: 10.56946/jzs.v1i1.193

How to Cite

Fatima, M., & Maham Fatima. (2023). Insights Into Green Synthesized and Chemical Synthesized Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications . Journal of Zoology and Systematics, 1(1), 29–36.



Review Article