Nanoparticles and Neurotoxicity

@inproceedings{Winshwe2011NanoparticlesAN,
  title={Nanoparticles and Neurotoxicity},
  author={Tin-Tin Win-shwe and Hidekazu Fujimaki},
  booktitle={International journal of molecular sciences},
  year={2011}
}
Humans are exposed to nanoparticles (NPs; diameter < 100 nm) from ambient air and certain workplaces. There are two main types of NPs; combustion-derived NPs (e.g., particulate matters, diesel exhaust particles, welding fumes) and manufactured or engineered NPs (e.g., titanium dioxide, carbon black, carbon nanotubes, silver, zinc oxide, copper oxide). Recently, there have been increasing reports indicating that inhaled NPs can reach the brain and may be associated with neurodegeneration. It is… CONTINUE READING

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