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Phytosynthesized metal oxide nanoparticles for pharmaceutical applications
An overview of recent developments in the phytosynthesis of metal oxide nanoparticles and their toxic analysis in various cells and animal models is given.
Emerging nanomaterials for antibacterial textile fabrication.
An overview of various textile fibres that favour bacterial growth and potential antibacterial nanoparticles that can inhibit the growth of bacteria on fabric surfaces are reviewed.
Manifestation of solvents induced self-assembly of green synthesized CuO nanostructures and their enhanced antimicrobial activities
Green synthesis of CuO nanospindles and their assembly into nanoflowers has been demonstrated by changing the solvents such as water and ethanol along with the Dodonaea angustifolia (DA) extract.
Emerging marine derived nanohydroxyapatite and their composites for implant and biomedical applications.
Surface cationization of cellulose to enhance durable antibacterial finish in phytosynthesized silver nanoparticle treated cotton fabric
Elimination of disease-causing bacteria from cotton fabrics is critically important to control several bacteria-mediated infections in humans. Antibacterial nanoparticles, particularly nanosized
Investigations of conducting polymers, carbon materials, oxide and sulfide materials for supercapacitor applications: a review
Supercapacitors are gaining popularity as energy storage devices because of their quick charge/discharge rates, prolonged cycle stability, and high specific power. Low-cost active electrode materials
Evaluation and development of antibacterial fabrics using Pongamia pinnata extracts
Purpose A widespread focus on the plant-based antimicrobial cotton fabric finishes has been accomplished with notable importance in recent times. The antimicrobials prevent microbial dwelling in