Enhancing Cancer Diagnosis: AI/ML Algorithms and Nanotechnology-Based Biosensors for Colorectal Cancer Screening

Year : 2024 | Volume :26 | Issue : 01 | Page : –
By

K.Surendra Reddy,

Kuruva Ramanjaneyulu,

Daggulu Lakshmi Charitha,

M.Rani,

K.Mohammad Muddasir,

Ch.Thirupathamma,,

N.Naveen,

  1. Associate Professor Indira Institute of Technology & Sciences Andhra Pradesh India
  2. Students Indira Institute of Technology & Sciences Andhra Pradesh India
  3. Students Indira Institute of Technology & Sciences Andhra Pradesh India
  4. Students Indira Institute of Technology & Sciences Andhra Pradesh India
  5. Students Indira Institute of Technology & Sciences Andhra Pradesh India
  6. Students Indira Institute of Technology & Sciences Andhra Pradesh India
  7. Students Indira Institute of Technology & Sciences Andhra Pradesh India

Abstract

One of the most common and deadly types of cancer in the world is colorectal cancer, and enhancing patient outcomes requires early identification. This chapter explores the potential of nanotechnology-enhanced biosensors and artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) algorithms to revolutionize colorectal cancer screening and diagnosis. Nanotechnology offers unique opportunities to develop highly sensitive and specific biosensors capable of detecting cancer biomarkers at early stages. By incorporating nanomaterials with exceptional optical, electrical, and catalytic properties, these biosensors can achieve unprecedented levels of sensitivity and selectivity. Additionally, the integration of AI/ML algorithms with biosensor data can further enhance diagnostic accuracy, enabling early detection and personalized treatment strategies. This chapter delves into the latest advancements in nanomaterial-based biosensors, AI/ML algorithms for cancer diagnosis, and their synergistic application in colorectal cancer screening. It also discusses the challenges, future perspectives, and potential impact on improving patient care and reducing the burden of colorectal cancer.

Keywords: Colorectal cancer, biosensors, nanotechnology, nanomaterials, cancer biomarkers, artificial intelligence, machine learning, early detection, personalized medicine.

[This article belongs to Nano Trends-A Journal of Nano Technology & Its Applications(nts)]

How to cite this article: K.Surendra Reddy, Kuruva Ramanjaneyulu, Daggulu Lakshmi Charitha, M.Rani, K.Mohammad Muddasir, Ch.Thirupathamma,, N.Naveen. Enhancing Cancer Diagnosis: AI/ML Algorithms and Nanotechnology-Based Biosensors for Colorectal Cancer Screening. Nano Trends-A Journal of Nano Technology & Its Applications. 2024; 26(01):-.
How to cite this URL: K.Surendra Reddy, Kuruva Ramanjaneyulu, Daggulu Lakshmi Charitha, M.Rani, K.Mohammad Muddasir, Ch.Thirupathamma,, N.Naveen. Enhancing Cancer Diagnosis: AI/ML Algorithms and Nanotechnology-Based Biosensors for Colorectal Cancer Screening. Nano Trends-A Journal of Nano Technology & Its Applications. 2024; 26(01):-. Available from: https://journals.stmjournals.com/nts/article=2024/view=150046



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Volume 26
Issue 01
Received May 31, 2024
Accepted June 8, 2024
Published June 13, 2024