A Method for Introduction of Magnetic Nanoparticles into Tissues by Means of Magnetic Field Gradient: An Experimental Study

@article{Dobretsov2009AMF,
  title={A Method for Introduction of Magnetic Nanoparticles into Tissues by Means of Magnetic Field Gradient: An Experimental Study},
  author={K. G. Dobretsov and V. Yu. Afon’kin and Andrey K. Kirichenko and V. P. Ladygina and S. V. Stolyar and O. A. Bayukov and A. V. Sipkin},
  journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={147},
  pages={750-752}
}
Targeted effects of magnetic nanoparticles were studied. Solution with iron-containing nanosubstance was applied to resected nasal bone and cartilage tissues. Magnetic field was generated by a Polus-101 device for low-frequency magnetotherapy, which provided permanent work of one inductor (10.14±19.56 mT). The results indicate that magnetic nanoparticles placed into magnetic field gradient penetrate into the thickness of the cartilage and bone tissues.