In vitro evaluation of cellular response induced by manufactured nanoparticles.

  title={In vitro evaluation of cellular response induced by manufactured nanoparticles.},
  author={M. Horie and H. Kato and K. Fujita and S. Endoh and H. Iwahashi},
  journal={Chemical research in toxicology},
  volume={25 3},
"Nanoparticle" is defined as the particles whose diameter in at least one dimension is less than 100 nm. Compared with fine-particles, nanoparticles have large specific surface area. There is a dramatic increase over fine-particles in chemical and physical activities, such as ion release, adsorption ability, and ROS production. These properties are important for industrial use, and many nanoparticles are already used in products familiar to consumers as sunscreens and cosmetics. However… Expand
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