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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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The findings counseled no significant interaction in IR absorption pattern of cytarabine functional groups after encapsulation in CS-sTPP complex, which projected the potential of chitosan nanoparticulate system to entrap cytarabine.
Acute in vivo nanoparticulate matter (nPM) exposure induced oxidative stress and inflammation in olfactory epithelium (OE): immunohistochemistry.
In another study, it was found that the nanoparticulate curcumin was more bioavailable and had a longer half-life than native curcumin.
2] is using it in its nanoparticulate form, because it demonstrated biocompatibility and cytocompatibility [27] and improved the mechanical and physical properties of the materials [28, 29].
Currently, the true in vivo nature and actual concentrations of ccf-DNA/RNA, exosomes, and other nanoparticulate biomarkers in blood are not well known.
Nanoparticulate drug delivery systems; strategies, technologies, and applications.
Nanoparticulate chitosan has been used to encapsulate various volatile antimicrobial gases e.
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This volume presents recent research into developments of nanoparticulate delivery systems for an immune modulating agent, glucosaminyl muramyl dipeptide, the main component of the bacterial, wall, with a discussion of applications to treat endometriosis.
For example, nanotubular structured titanium (Ti) substrates coated with nanoparticulate hydroxyapatite (nano-HA) offers a surface that promotes osteoblast cell adhesion and is particularly suitable for orthopedic and dental implants where deposition of osteoblasts and other proteins is important in bone formation.
The diverse capabilities and potential of the Incubator are displayed by the range of companies currently using the facilities: CatalySystems is a company offering a new suite of water decontamination systems to meet the needs of global industries to comply with ever tighter environmental restrictions, and to reduce increasing operational costs; and Primary Dispersions that has developed an advanced and disruptive milling technology (ConCor) and offers customised development of nanoparticulate dispersions and ultra-stable emulsions.
15) also found that the microhardness of the nanocomposite coatings increased with increasing content of the SiC nanoparticulate in bath.