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Zinc phosphate-based nanoparticles as a novel antibacterial agent: in vivo study on rats after dietary exposure
(BioMed Central, 2019-02-12)
Background: Development of new nanomaterials that inhibit or kill bacteria is an important and timely research topic. For example, financial losses due to infectious diseases, such as diarrhea, are a major concern in ...
Nanoparticles Suitable for BCAA Isolation Can Serve for Use in Magnetic Lipoplex-Based Delivery System for L, I, V, or R-rich Antimicrobial Peptides
This paper investigates the synthesis of paramagnetic nanoparticles, which are able to bind branched chain amino acids (BCAAs)—leucine, valine, and isoleucine and, thus, serve as a tool for their isolation. Further, by ...
Paramagnetic Nanoparticles as a Platform for FRET-Based Sarcosine Picomolar Detection
(Nature Publishing Group, 2015-03-09)
Herein, we describe an ultrasensitive specific biosensing system for detection of sarcosine as a potential biomarker of prostate carcinoma based on Forster resonance energy transfer (FRET). The FRET biosensor employs ...
Antioxidant status of rats’ blood and liver affected by sodium selenite and selenium nanoparticles
Background: Selenium is an essential element; however, at higher doses, it can be toxic. Therefore, alternative nanotechnological solutions are required to overcome toxicological issues, rather than conventional alternatives. ...
Behaviour of zinc complexes and zinc sulphide nanoparticles revealed by using screen printed electrodes and spectrometry
(MDPI AQ, 2013-10-25)
In this study, we focused on microfluidic electrochemical analysis of zinc complexes (Zn(phen)(his)Cl-2, Zn(his)Cl-2) and ZnS quantum dots (QDs) using printed electrodes. This method was chosen due to the simple (easy to ...