The overall objective of BONSAI project (FP6, EC) is the development of ultrasensitive bio-imaging techniques based on novel multifunctional nanoparticles (NPs) with tailored optical and magnetic properties for visualizing complex cellular structures (in tissues and organs), receptors, tumour cells and masses. An important aspect to take into consideration involves the cellular responses to the impact of exogenous structures represented by NPs themselves. As a preliminary sign of reaction, we start to investigate the basic cytotoxicity.

Cellular interaction with Si- and Iron-based nanoparticles for bio-imaging. A study of biocompatibility

BELLO, VALENTINA;MATTEI, GIOVANNI;TRAVE, ENRICO;
2009

Abstract

The overall objective of BONSAI project (FP6, EC) is the development of ultrasensitive bio-imaging techniques based on novel multifunctional nanoparticles (NPs) with tailored optical and magnetic properties for visualizing complex cellular structures (in tissues and organs), receptors, tumour cells and masses. An important aspect to take into consideration involves the cellular responses to the impact of exogenous structures represented by NPs themselves. As a preliminary sign of reaction, we start to investigate the basic cytotoxicity.
2009 9th IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology, IEEE NANO 2009
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