- n. Plural form of nanoparticle.
“Exposure to nanoparticles is related to pleural effusion, pulmonary fibrosis and granuloma (ERS Journal, via Maggie Koerth-Baker)”
“A drop of liquid containing thousands of nanoparticles is then drawn across the plate.”
“Researchers have devised a way to use a brief burst of electricity to release biomolecules and nanoparticles from a tiny gold launch pad.”
“Neither do the laws require companies to label nanoparticles as such.”
“Scientists in the United States have successfully tested the new technique – which involves tiny objects called nanoparticles – on rats and believe it could also be used to help humans.”
“~ Under magnetic force, nanoparticles may deliver gene therapy -- After binding DNA segments to tiny iron-containing spheres called nanoparticles, researchers have used magnetic fields to direct the nanoparticles into arterial muscle cells, where the DNA could have a therapeutic effect.”
“Their immediate goal was to investigate the respiratory effects of tiny substances called nanoparticles as an alternative to animal and cell-culture testing, with hopes of additional applications down the line.”
“Again, we're not experts, but the idea of nanoparticles on the brain doesn't sound very enticing.”
“Instead, Northwestern researchers constructed extremely tiny particles made out of gold-termed nanoparticles-with cancer-killing agents attached to them.”
“Their immediate goal was to investigate the respiratory effects of tiny substances called nanoparticles as an alternative to animal and cell culture testing, with hopes of additional applications down the line.”
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