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Identification of the nanogold particle-induced endoplasmic reticulum stress by omic techniques and systems biology analysis.
Conclusively, this study demonstrates that AuNPs cause cell death through induction of unmanageable ER stress in nanogold particle (AuNP)-treated human chronic myelogenous leukemia cells. Expand
Fabrication and magnetic properties of manganese-aluminium permanent magnets
Abstract The magnetic properties of Mn-Al alloys depend on their chemical compositions, grain size, sintering temperature and additives, and are process sensitive. Effects of the sintering… Expand
The effects of gold nanoparticles in wound healing with antioxidant epigallocatechin gallate and α-lipoic acid.
- J. Leu, Siang-An Chen, +5 authors Yao-jen Liang
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Nanomedicine : nanotechnology, biology, and…
- 1 July 2012
Topically applied gold nanoparticles with epigallocatechin gallate and alpha-lipoic acid significantly accelerated mouse cutaneous wound healing through anti-inflammatory and antioxidation effects and may support future studies using other antioxidants in the treatment of cutaneous wounds. Expand
Topical treatment with anti-oxidants and Au nanoparticles promote healing of diabetic wound through receptor for advance glycation end-products.
- Siang-An Chen, Han-Min Chen, Yeong-Der Yao, C. Hung, Chi-Shun Tu, Yao-jen Liang
- European journal of pharmaceutical sciences…
- 18 December 2012
Combination of AuNP, EGCG, and ALA significantly accelerated diabetic cutaneous wound healing through angiogenesis regulation and anti-inflammatory effects and blockade of RAGE by anti-oxidant agents and nanoparticles may restore effective wound healing in diabetic ulcer. Expand
Enhancement of superconductivity by the small size effect in in nanoparticles
The superconducting parameters of zero-dimensional In nanoparticles were studied by measuring the magnetic susceptibility, electrical resistivity, and specific heat. Significant alternations of the… Expand
Structure, magnetic, and dielectric properties of (1-x)BiFeO3-xBaTiO3 ceramics
Structure, magnetization, and dielectric permittivity of (1-x)BiFeO3-xBaTiO3 (BFO-BT) ceramics have been studied as a function of BT content (x = 0.0, 0.1, 0.2, and 0.3). In situ synchrotron x-ray… Expand
Magnetic and electrical properties of amorphous CoFeB films
CoFeB films were deposited on glass substrate by the sputtering method. From x-ray-diffraction and electron-diffraction-ring patterns, the major phase in the as-deposited CoFeB film is amorphous (or… Expand
Magnetoelectric coupling and phase transition in BiFeO3 and (BiFeO3)0.95(BaTiO3)0.05 ceramics
In situ high-resolution synchrotron x-ray diffraction reveals a local minimum in rhombohedral distortion angle αR (associated with an inflection in the lattice constant aR) near 400 and 350 °C in… Expand
Superconductivity in the Ni based ternary carbide LaNiC2
Abstract Electrical-resistivity, magnetic-susceptibility and specific-heat data reveal that the bulk phase transition at 2.63 ∼ 2.86 K (10 ∼ 90% values) in LaNiC 2 is to a superconducting ground… Expand
X-ray absorption of nanocrystal TiO2
Soft-X-ray absorption spectroscopy was used to identify the electronic and crystal structure of titanium dioxide in nanocrystalline form prepared by gas condensation. High energy resolution spectra… Expand