Nanotoxicity: the growing need for in vivo study.

@article{Fischer2007NanotoxicityTG,
  title={Nanotoxicity: the growing need for in vivo study.},
  author={Hans C Fischer and Warren C. W. Chan},
  journal={Current opinion in biotechnology},
  year={2007},
  volume={18 6},
  pages={
          565-71
        }
}
Nanotoxicology is emerging as an important subdiscipline of nanotechnology. Nanotoxicology refers to the study of the interactions of nanostructures with biological systems with an emphasis on elucidating the relationship between the physical and chemical properties (e.g. size, shape, surface chemistry, composition, and aggregation) of nanostructures with induction of toxic biological responses. In the past five years, a majority of nanotoxicity research has focused on cell culture systems… CONTINUE READING
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