SiO2 Nanoparticule-induced size-dependent genotoxicity - an in vitro study using sister chromatid exchange, micronucleus and comet assay.

Abstract

Fine particles with a characteristic size smaller than 100 nm (i.e. nanoparticlesspread out in nowadays life. Silicon or Si, is one of the most abundant chemical elements found on the Earth. Its oxide forms, such as silicate (SiO4) and silicon dioxide, also known as silica (SiO2), are the main constituents of sand and quartz contributing to 90% of the Earth… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/01480545.2014.928721

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@article{Battal2015SiO2NS, title={SiO2 Nanoparticule-induced size-dependent genotoxicity - an in vitro study using sister chromatid exchange, micronucleus and comet assay.}, author={Dīlek Battal and Ayla Çelik and Gizem G{\"{u}ler and Ayça Aktaş and Saadet Yildirimcan and Kasim Ocakoglu and {\"{U}lk{\"{u} Ç{\"{o}melekoǧlu}, journal={Drug and chemical toxicology}, year={2015}, volume={38 2}, pages={196-204} }