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Role of calcium signaling in cytokine production induced by silica nanoparticles in bronchial epithelial lung cells (BEAS-2B)

@inproceedings{Jeremi2017RoleOC,
  title={Role of calcium signaling in cytokine production induced by silica nanoparticles in bronchial epithelial lung cells (BEAS-2B)},
  author={Nemanja Jeremi{\'c}},
  year={2017}
}
The term nanoparticles (NPs) is used for all particles that differ in size from 100 nm down to 1 nm, in at least one dimension. Exposure to NPs is inevitable, since the NPs are a part of ambient particulate matter and are produced by human activities unintentionally or are engineered for intentional applications. The same characteristics that make NPs advantageous in comparison to the conventional materials (such as large surface-to-mass ratio, solubility, surface structure etc), are… Expand

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