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  • Clinton F Jones, Robert A Campbell, +8 authors David W Grainger
  • 2012
Poly(amidoamine) (PAMAM) dendrimers are increasingly studied as model nanoparticles for a variety of biomedical applications, notably in systemic administrations. However, with respect to blood-contacting applications, amine-terminated dendrimers have recently been shown to activate platelets and cause a fatal, disseminated intravascular coagulation(More)
The effects of solution pH and 1:1 electrolyte concentration on the aggregation behavior of fullerol C(60)(OH)(24) nanoparticles were investigated using flow field-flow fractionation (FlFFF). Particle separations were confirmed by examining FFF fractions using atomic force microscopy (AFM). Results showed that fullerol C(60)(OH)(24) nanoparticles remain(More)
UNLABELLED A novel methodology to detect unlabeled inorganic nanoparticles was experimentally demonstrated using a mixture of nano-sized (70 nm) and submicron (250 nm) silicon dioxide particles added to mammalian tissue. The size and concentration of environmentally relevant inorganic particles in a tissue sample can be determined by a procedure consisting(More)
A methodology has been developed to measure nanoparticle mass and density, by combining centrifugal field-flow fractionation (CeFFF; more commonly called sedimentation FFF or SdFFF) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Particle effective mass obtained from CeFFF retention data and particle size obtained from the TEM images were used to calculate the(More)
The presence of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) in aquatic environments could potentially cause adverse impacts on ecosystems and human health. However, current understanding of the environmental fate and transport of AgNPs is still limited because their properties in complex environmental samples cannot be accurately determined. In this study, the feasibility(More)
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