Phytosynthesized metal oxide nanoparticles for pharmaceutical applications

  title={Phytosynthesized metal oxide nanoparticles for pharmaceutical applications},
  author={Swetha Andra and Satheesh kumar Balu and Jaison Jeevanandham and Murugesan Muthalagu and Manisha Vidyavathy and Yen San Chan and Michael Kobina Danquah},
  journal={Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology},
Developments in nanotechnology field, specifically, metal oxide nanoparticles have attracted the attention of researchers due to their unique sensing, electronic, drug delivery, catalysis, optoelectronics, cosmetics, and space applications. Physicochemical methods are used to fabricate nanosized metal oxides; however, drawbacks such as high cost and toxic chemical involvement prevail. Recent researches focus on synthesizing metal oxide nanoparticles through green chemistry which helps in… 
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