Plant isoflavones can affect accumulation and impact of silver and titania nanoparticles on ovarian cells

@article{Sirotkin2021PlantIC,
  title={Plant isoflavones can affect accumulation and impact of silver and titania nanoparticles on ovarian cells},
  author={Alexander V. Sirotkin and Richard Alexa and Aneta {\vS}tochmaľov{\'a} and Sona Scsukova},
  journal={Endocrine Regulations},
  year={2021},
  volume={55},
  pages={52 - 60}
}
Abstract Objectives. The application of nanoparticles is experiencing a rapid growth, but it faces a problem of their toxicity, especially adverse effects on female reproduction. Food and medicinal plants and their isoflavones can be protectors against environmental stressors, but their ability to abate the adverse effects of nanoparticles has not been studied yet. In the present study, we examined the effect of silver (AgNPs) and titanium dioxide (titania, TiO2NPs) nanoparticles alone or in… 
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Plant molecules and their influence on health and female reproduction