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Evans, A.C.* et al.: Curcumin nanodiscs improve solubility and serve as radiological protectants against ionizing radiation exposures in a cell-cycle dependent manner. Nanomaterials 12:3619 (2022)
Gabashvili, A.N.* et al.: New approach to non-invasive tumor model monitoring via self-assemble iron containing protein nanocompartments. Nanomaterials 12:1657 (2022)
Leroux, M.M.* et al.: Aerosol–cell exposure system applied to semi-adherent cells for aerosolization of lung surfactant and nanoparticles followed by high quality RNA extraction. Nanomaterials 12:1362 (2022)
Hurtado, C.R.* et al.: Diamond nanoparticles-porphyrin mthpp conjugate as photosensitizing platform: Cytotoxicity and antibacterial activity. Nanomaterials 11:1393 (2021)
Mukha, I.* et al.: Multifunctional magneto-plasmonic fe3o4/au nanocomposites: Approaching magnetophoretically-enhanced photothermal therapy. Nanomaterials 11:1113 (2021)
Cappellini, F.* et al.: Dry generation of CeO2 nanoparticles and deposition onto a co-culture of A549 and THP-1 cells in air-liquid interface – dosimetry consideration and comparison to submerged exposure. Nanomaterials 10:618 (2020)
Gliga, A.R.* ; Di Bucchianico, S. ; Akerlund, E.* & Karlsson, H.L.*: Transcriptome profiling and toxicity following long-term, low dose exposure of human lung cells to Ni and NiO nanoparticles – a comparison to NiCl2. Nanomaterials 10:649 (2020)
Alessandrini, F. et al.: Pro-Inflammatory versus immunomodulatory effects of silver nanoparticles in the lung: The critical role of dose, size and surface modification. Nanomaterials 7:300 (2017)
Marzaioli, V. et al.: Specific surface modifications of silica nanoparticles diminish inflammasome activation and in vivo expression of selected inflammatory genes. Nanomaterials 7:355 (2017)
Vennemann, A.* ; Alessandrini, F. & Wiemann, M.*: Differential effects of surface-functionalized zirconium oxide nanoparticles on alveolar macrophages, rat lung, and a mouse allergy model. Nanomaterials 7:280 (2017)