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nanoparticle

(nan′ŏ-part″ĭ-kĕl) [ nano- + particle]
A microscopic particle (< 100 nm in diameter) containing a drug or a radiologic contrast agent used in cancer treatment to identify and eradicate tiny metastatic tumors.
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Nanoparticle solutions or the same volume normal saline was administered through caudal vein injection once daily in the morning for consecutive 7 days.
Durability is an important characteristic to be considered in the use of titania nanoparticle coated textile.
Scientists at the Agricultural Research Service's (ARS) Southern Regional Research Center (SRRC) in New Orleans, Louisiana, have developed a method to trap silver nanoparticles inside cotton fibers, where they remain wash after wash.
They then mixed DNA that encodes a glowing protein with each different polymer to allow the DNA to bind to the polymers and form nanoparticles.
Generally, metal nanoparticles can be prepared and stabilized by physical and chemical methods; the chemical approach, such as chemical reduction, electrochemical techniques, and photochemical reduction is most widely used (1,2).
Properties of nanoparticle are influenced by their shape and size.
There are various magnetic nanoparticles which have hyperthermia potential.
The light scattering toolbox comprising MALS, DLS and ELS is an essential kit for scientists and engineers working in nanoparticle characterization.
Structure of a Thiol Monolayer-Protected Gold Nanoparticle at 1.
The entrapment efficiencies of a-tocopherol in the polymeric matrix were approximately 89% and 95% for nanoparticles with an 8% and 16% [alpha]-tocopherol theoretical loading, respectively.
34,35) Iron oxide nanoparticle has been used in the glass and automobile industries due to its inherent properties to absorb ultraviolet radiation and maintain optical transparency of the coatings.