Effects of engineered cerium oxide nanoparticles on bacterial growth and viability.

@article{Pelletier2010EffectsOE,
  title={Effects of engineered cerium oxide nanoparticles on bacterial growth and viability.},
  author={Dale A. Pelletier and Anil Kumar Suresh and Gregory A Holton and Catherine K. McKeown and Wei Wang and Baohua Gu and Ninell Pollas Mortensen and David P. Allison and David C. Joy and Martin R Allison and Steven D Brown and T. J. Phelps and Mitchel J. Doktycz},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={76 24},
  pages={7981-9}
}
Interest in engineered nanostructures has risen in recent years due to their use in energy conservation strategies and biomedicine. To ensure prudent development and use of nanomaterials, the fate and effects of such engineered structures on the environment should be understood. Interactions of nanomaterials with environmental microorganisms are inevitable, but the general consequences of such interactions remain unclear, due to a lack of standard methods for assessing such interactions… CONTINUE READING
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