Magnetic nanoparticle effects on the red blood cells

@inproceedings{Creang2009MagneticNE,
  title={Magnetic nanoparticle effects on the red blood cells},
  author={D. E. Creang and Monica Culea and C. Nallathambi and dejde and Simona Oancea and L. Curecheriu and Mihaela Răcuciu},
  year={2009}
}
In vitro tests on magnetite colloidal nanoparticles effects upon animal red blood cells were carried out. Magnetite cores were stabilized with citric acid in the form of biocompatible magnetic fluid administrated in different dilutions in the whole blood samples. The hemolysis extent was found increased up to 2.75 in horse blood and respectively up to 2.81 in the dog blood. The electronic transitions assigned to the heme group were found shifted with about 500 cm or, respectively, affected by… CONTINUE READING
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