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COVERING WITH CHITOSAN AND HYALURONIC ACID SHELLS OF IRON BASED NANOPARTICLES OBTAINED BY LASER PYROLYSIS FOR MEDICAL APPLICATIONS

@inproceedings{AncaDaniela2015COVERINGWC,
  title={COVERING WITH CHITOSAN AND HYALURONIC ACID SHELLS OF IRON BASED NANOPARTICLES OBTAINED BY LASER PYROLYSIS FOR MEDICAL APPLICATIONS},
  author={B. AncaDaniela and Doi and B. Iulia and rbu and B. Butoi and Octavian and Nil and M. Ganciu and lin Luculescu and I. Morjan and Claudiu Fleac and F. Dumitrache and Lavinia Gavril and E. Vasile and N. Mih and ilescu and A. Cucu and Ion and Ciuc},
  year={2015}
}
Nanocomposite materials obtained by laser pyrolysis are very popular lately in biological applications at cellular level, but the major issue for these nanoparticles is their dispersion and functionalization. In this article, we describe the stabilization and functionalization of iron based magnetic nanoparticles using two different biopolymeric materials, namely chitosan and hyaluronic acid. We have obtained the iron oxide nanoparticles by laser pyrolysis technique, (maghemite phase) with… Expand

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