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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. ...
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 ...
Isolation of Arginine Using Maghemite Particles
In this paper, we report the optimal conditions for the isolation of amino acid arginine from different types of matrix, such as blood, plasma or tissue and their characterization using ion-exchange liquid chromatography with ...
Zinc Phosphate Nanoparticles Preparation and Their Antimicrobial Activity
Zinc phosphate particles were prepared by reaction of zinc nitrate with hydrogen phosphate, diphosphate and triphosphate, and characterized by Dynamic Light scattering (DLS) and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM). Antibacterial ...
In Vivo Antibacterial Study of Zinc Phosphate-based Nanoparticles
In animal nutrition, the nanotechnology is mostly used for the preparation of nanominerals, especially trace minerals, due to their low bioavailability. These nanominerals also showed advantageous effects at lower doses ...
Zinc phosphate nanoparticles as an antimicrobial agent and their impact on rats microbiota
(Mendel University in Brno, 2019-01-02)
Nano minerals, especially trace minerals, are widely used in different fields, but mostly in animal systems. They can improve overall immunity and also a digestive efficacy in livestock. In this case, nanometals as nano ...