Nanomaterial cell interactions: are current in vitro tests reliable?

@article{Hirsch2011NanomaterialCI,
  title={Nanomaterial cell interactions: are current in vitro tests reliable?},
  author={Cordula Hirsch and Matthias Roesslein and Harald F Krug and Peter Wick},
  journal={Nanomedicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={6 5},
  pages={
          837-47
        }
}
New properties of engineered nanomaterials raise great expectations for industrial, scientific as well as medical applications. At the same time concerns among consumers regarding the safety aspects of this new technology emerge. Furthermore, among the multitude of published studies, a considerable number do not reveal reliable data. Thus, standardized, validated, reliable, robust, reproducible and intelligent testing strategies are urgently needed that address nanomaterial toxicity. This… CONTINUE READING
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