The degree and kind of agglomeration affect carbon nanotube cytotoxicity.

@article{Wick2007TheDA,
  title={The degree and kind of agglomeration affect carbon nanotube cytotoxicity.},
  author={Peter Wick and Pius Manser and Ludwig K Limbach and Ursula Dettlaff-Weglikowska and Frank Krumeich and Siegmar Roth and Wendelin J Stark and Arie Bruinink},
  journal={Toxicology letters},
  year={2007},
  volume={168 2},
  pages={121-31}
}
The urgent need for toxicological studies on carbon nanotubes (CNTs) has arisen from the rapidly emerging applications of CNTs well beyond material science and engineering. In order to provide a basis for comparison to existing epidemiological data, we have investigated CNTs at various degrees of agglomeration using an in vitro cytotoxicity study with human MSTO-211H cells. Non-cytotoxic polyoxyethylene sorbitan monooleate was found to well-disperse CNT. In the present study, the cytotoxic… CONTINUE READING

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