Uptake and biological responses to nano-Fe versus soluble FeCl3 in excised mussel gills.

@article{Kdr2010UptakeAB,
  title={Uptake and biological responses to nano-Fe versus soluble FeCl3 in excised mussel gills.},
  author={Enik{\"o} K{\'a}d{\'a}r and David M. Lowe and Montserrat Sol{\'e} and Andrew S. Fisher and Awadhesh N Jha and James W. Readman and Thomas H. Hutchinson},
  journal={Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry},
  year={2010},
  volume={396 2},
  pages={657-66}
}
Nano-Fe particle uptake was experimentally examined in vitro using excised gills and blood cells of the edible blue mussel Mytilus sp. Whole gills were exposed to both Fe(2)O(3) nanoparticles and a solution of the hydrated FeCl(3) salt, for up to 12 h, and blood cells for 30 min. Equimolar Fe(+3) in the nano- and the soluble form was estimated under the assumption of dense spherical particles accommodating the same number of Fe(+3) as in the dissolved salt solution, namely: 1,000 microg L(-1… CONTINUE READING

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