Effects triggered by platinum nanoparticles on primary keratinocytes

@inproceedings{Konieczny2013EffectsTB,
  title={Effects triggered by platinum nanoparticles on primary keratinocytes},
  author={Piotr Konieczny and Anna Grazyna Goralczyk and Radoslaw Szmyd and Lukasz Skalniak and Joanna Koziel and Francesca Larese Filon and Matteo Crosera and Agnieszka Cierniak and Ewa K. Zuba-Surma and Julia Borowczyk and Eliza Laczna and Justyna Drukala and Elzbieta Pyza and Danuta Semik and Olga Woźnicka and Andrzej Klein and Jolanta Jura},
  booktitle={International journal of nanomedicine},
  year={2013}
}
The platinum (Pt)-group elements (PGEs) represent a new kind of environmental pollutant and a new hazard for human health. Since their introduction as vehicle-exhaust catalysts, their emissions into the environment have grown considerably compared with their low natural concentration in the earth crust. PGE emissions from vehicle catalysts can be also in the form of nanometer-sized particles (Pt nanoparticles [PtNPs]). These elements, both in their metallic form or as ions solubilized in… CONTINUE READING
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