Purification of Nanoparticles by Size and Shape

@inproceedings{Robertson2016PurificationON,
  title={Purification of Nanoparticles by Size and Shape},
  author={James D Robertson and Loris Rizzello and Milagros Avila-Olias and Jens Gaitzsch and Claudia Contini and Monika S. Magoń and Stephen A. Renshaw and Giuseppe Battaglia},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
Producing monodisperse nanoparticles is essential to ensure consistency in biological experiments and to enable a smooth translation into the clinic. Purification of samples into discrete sizes and shapes may not only improve sample quality, but also provide us with the tools to understand which physical properties of nanoparticles are beneficial for a drug delivery vector. In this study, using polymersomes as a model system, we explore four techniques for purifying pre-formed nanoparticles… CONTINUE READING
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