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  • Biological impact assessment of nanomaterial used in nanomedicine. introduction to the NanoTEST project. 

    Juillerat-Jeanneret, L; Dusinska, M; Fjellsbø, LM; Collins, AR; Handy, RD; Riediker, M; NanoTEST Consortium (England, 2015-05)
    Therapeutic nanoparticles (NPs) are used in nanomedicine as drug carriers or imaging agents, providing increased selectivity/specificity for diseased tissues. The first NPs in nanomedicine were developed for increasing ...
  • Review of nanomaterials in dentistry: interactions with the oral microenvironment, clinical applications, hazards, and benefits. 

    Besinis, A; De Peralta, T; Tredwin, CJ; Handy, RD (United States, 2015-03-24)
    Interest in the use of engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) as either nanomedicines or dental materials/devices in clinical dentistry is growing. This review aims to detail the ultrafine structure, chemical composition, and ...
  • Towards an alternative testing strategy for nanomaterials used in nanomedicine: lessons from NanoTEST. 

    Dusinska, M; Boland, S; Saunders, M; Juillerat-Jeanneret, L; Tran, L; Pojana, G; Marcomini, A; Volkovova, K; Tulinska, J; Knudsen, LE; Gombau, L; Whelan, M; Collins, AR; Marano, F; Housiadas, C; Bilanicova, D; Halamoda Kenzaoui, B; Correia Carreira, S; Magdolenova, Z; Fjellsbø, LM; Huk, A; Handy, R; Walker, L; Barancokova, M; Bartonova, A; Burello, E; Castell, J; Cowie, H; Drlickova, M; Guadagnini, R; Harris, G; Harju, M; Heimstad, ES; Hurbankova, M; Kazimirova, A; Kovacikova, Z; Kuricova, M; Liskova, A; Milcamps, A; Neubauerova, E; Palosaari, T; Papazafiri, P; Pilou, M; Poulsen, MS; Ross, B; Runden-Pran, E; Sebekova, K; Staruchova, M; Vallotto, D; Worth, A (England, 2015-05)
    In spite of recent advances in describing the health outcomes of exposure to nanoparticles (NPs), it still remains unclear how exactly NPs interact with their cellular targets. Size, surface, mass, geometry, and composition ...

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