In this article, we have investigated the consequences of the next-to-leading-order correction to the effective field theory of nanostructures. This has been done by analyzing the effects of deformed Heisenberg algebra on nanowires and nanotubes. We first deform the Schrödinger equation with cylindrical topology. Then specific solutions to the deformed Schrödinger equation with different boundary conditions are studied. These deformed solutions are used to investigate the consequences of the deformation on the energy of nanowires and nanotubes. This deformation can be detected by connecting such nanostructures to ferromagnets, and testing the current-voltage relation for such junctions.