Aortic valve-derived calcifyng nanoparticles: no evidence of life.

@article{Barba2012AorticVC,
  title={Aortic valve-derived calcifyng nanoparticles: no evidence of life.},
  author={Ignasi Barba and Eduardo Villacorta and Miguel-Angel Bratos-Perez and Mar{\'i}a Antol{\'i}n and Encarna Varela and Pedro Lu{\'i}s Sanchez and Pilar Tornos and David Garcia-Dorado},
  journal={Revista espanola de cardiologia},
  year={2012},
  volume={65 9},
  pages={813-8}
}
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES Calcifying nanoparticles, also known as "nanobacteria," are very small bacteria-like structures (0.1-0.5 μm) with the ability to facilitate the precipitation and growth of calcium phosphate in pathological conditions and have been associated with aortic valve calcification. The status of nanobacteria is controversial; some have proposed that they are a new class of living organism while others describe calcifying nanoparticles as mineralo-fetuin complexes. The… CONTINUE READING

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