In vitro toxicity and oxidative stress induced by silica, cerium oxide, and zinc oxide nanoparticles in human lung epithelial cells
"The purpose of this study is to evaluate the cytotoxicity and study the oxidative stress mechanism induced by SiO₂ (15, 46 nm), CeO₂ (20 nm), and ZnO (70, 420 nm) particles in cultured human bronchoalveolar carcinoma-derived cells (A549)"--Abstract, leaf iii.
Nam, Paul Ki-souk
Ph. D. in Chemistry
University of Missouri--Rolla
x, 79 leaves
© 2007 Weisheng Lin, All rights reserved.
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Nanotechnology -- Health aspects
Toxicity testing -- In vitro
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Lin, Weisheng, "In vitro toxicity and oxidative stress induced by silica, cerium oxide, and zinc oxide nanoparticles in human lung epithelial cells" (2007). Doctoral Dissertations. 1749.
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