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Abstract Self-assembling polysaccharide nanostructures have moved to the forefront of many fields due to their wide range of functional properties and unique advantages, including biocompatability and stimulus responsiveness. In particular, the field of controlled release, which involves...
Abstract The interaction of nanosized materials with living organisms is the central concern in the key applications of nanotechnology. In particular, the protein adsorption to nanomaterial surface has been a major focus of study in the past decade. Unfortunately, the underlying principles and...
Abstract Helium ion microscopy (HIM) is a relatively new high-resolution nanotechnology imaging and nanofabrication tool. HIM offers a near-molecular resolution (approaching that of TEM) combined with a simplicity of sample preparation and high depth of field similar to SEM. Simultaneously, the...
Abstract The hyperthermia-induced cytotoxicity of gold-coated SPIONs conjugated to LHRH (SPIONs@Au-LHRH) has been studied in LHRH-receptor overexpressing murine GT1-7 hypothalamic neurons (noncancerous) and human LNCaP cells (cancerous). In the absence of an external magnetic field,...
Abstract In Europe, nanotechnology is perceived as one of the innovative technologies that may drive technological progress. At the same time, Europe historically has followed an approach to cautiously but proactively regulate new technologies, instead of taking a wait-and-see approach. This...
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