Jenny Kolsenik

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Concern is growing about the potential impact of human exposure to carbonaceous nanomaterials (such as fullerenes) in the environment. A valid biological study of how native biomolecules interact with nanomaterials at the molecular level in physiological conditions requires the preservation of their physicochemical properties, yet most investigations rely(More)
Most current nanotoxicology research is focused on examining the influence of nanomaterials at the tissue and cellular levels. To explore these interactions on the molecular level, new carboxyfullerenes interact with transport proteins at the molecular level. The carboxyfullerenes exhibited an unusual mode of binding outside the calyx of beta-lactoglobulin(More)
The preparation and characterization of the stable equine skeletal muscle apomyoglobin and eee-isomer of tris-malonic acid [C60] fullerene complex is reported. For this new bio-nanomaterial preparation, a procedure of complexation-during-protein-refolding was used and the obtained compound sustained separation by gel-filtration and ion-exchange(More)
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