Dose-related alterations of carbon nanoparticles in mammalian cells detected using biospectroscopy: potential for real-world effects.

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Nanotechnologies generate a wide range of engineered nanomaterials that enter into our ecosystem, especially carbon-based nanoparticles (CNPs). As these novel materials acquire ever increasing numbers of applications, they may pose a risk to organisms, including humans. However, our knowledge of nanoparticle-induced effects remains limited. We are yet to… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/es4017848

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@article{Li2013DoserelatedAO, title={Dose-related alterations of carbon nanoparticles in mammalian cells detected using biospectroscopy: potential for real-world effects.}, author={Junyi Li and R. J. Strong and J{\'u}lio Trevisan and Simon W. Fogarty and Nigel J Fullwood and Kevin C Jones and Francis Luke Martin}, journal={Environmental science & technology}, year={2013}, volume={47 17}, pages={10005-11} }