Synthesis of bismuth oxide nanoparticles by the ..

and (2011)Single-Step Synthesis and Surface Plasmons of Bismuth-Coated Spherical to Hexagonal Silver Nanoparticles in Dichroic Ag:Bismuth Glass Nanocomposites. Plasmonics, 6 (3). pp. 457-467. ISSN 1557-1955

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9. Soenen SJ, Parak WJ, Rejman J. . (Intra)Cellular Stability of Inorganic Nanoparticles: Effects on Cytotoxicity, Particle Functionality, and Biomedical Applications. 2015;115:2109-35

PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF BISMUTH AND BISMUTH …

8. Rivera-Gil P, Jimenez De Aberasturi D, Wulf V. . The Challenge To Relate the Physicochemical Properties of Colloidal Nanoparticles to Their Cytotoxicity. 2013;46:743-9


Solid bismuth oxide nanoparticles were prepared ..

23. Klein S, Sommer A, Distel LV, Neuhuber W, Kryschi C. Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles as radiosensitizer via enhanced reactive oxygen species formation. 2012;425:393-7

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13. Coulter JA, Jain S, Butterworth KT, Taggart LE, Dickson GR, McMahon SJ. . Cell type-dependent uptake, localization, and cytotoxicity of 1.9 nm gold nanoparticles. 2012;7:2673-85

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Albumin-stabilized cationic gelatin (C-gel) nanoparticle could be loaded with DOX/DNA intercalation complex []. The prepared nanoparticle was responsive to pH and tumor-specific matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs). When the C-gel was digested by the MMPs, the loaded DOX/DNA intercalation was released and further digested by deoxyribonucleases to release DOX completely. experiments demonstrated that the designed drug delivery system with significantly low cardiotoxicity was more powerful than free DOX in terms of cancer treatment.

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ADPA, anthracenedipropionic acid; AIEA, International Atomic Energy Agency; APF, aminophenyl fluorescein; CFU, colony forming unit; DCFH, Dichlorodihydrofluorescein; DHE, dihydroethidium; DHF, dichlorofluorescein; DMF, Dose Modifying Factor; DNA, deoxyribonucleic acid; EPR, enhanced permeability and retention; FFA, furfuryl alcohol; GNP, gold-based nanoparticle; HIS, histidine; LQ, linear-quadratic; IAEA, International Atomic Energy Agency; ICRP, International Commission on Radiological Protection; ICRU, International Commission on Radiation Units & Measurement; MRI, magnetic resonance imaging; NER, Nanoparticle-mediated Enhancement Ratio; NP, nanoparticle; PDT, photodynamic therapy; PS, photosensitizer; RBE, Relative Biological Effectiveness; ROS, reactive oxygen species; SF2, survival fraction at 2 Gy; 1O2, singlet oxygen; SOSG, singlet oxygen sensor green; SPION: superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles.

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Albumin-stabilized iron oxide nanoparticles could be used as a drug delivery vehicle for DOX []. The hybrid nanoparticle exhibited efficient tumor MRI imaging with iron oxide nanoparticle and significant tumor growth inhibition with the released DOX. Magnetic nanoparticles are useful for MRI, and they exhibit the magnetic field-driven accumulation of nanoparticles at tumors []. Albumin-stabilized Fe5C2 nanoparticles showed DOX release under NIR light irradiation or acidic condition. The combination of DOX therapy and NIR light induced PTT that inhibited synergistic tumor growth. Further application of a magnet at the tumor site improved nanoparticle accumulation at the tumor, which was monitored with the intrinsic MRI ability of Fe5C2 nanoparticles.

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28. Geng F, Song K, Xing JZ, Yuan C, Yan S, Yang Q. . Thio-glucose bound gold nanoparticles enhance radio-cytotoxic targeting of ovarian cancer. 2011;22:285101

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Hypoxia is regarded as a key feature of the tumor microenvironment that significantly influences tumor treatment response. An albumin-stabilized gold nanoparticle was synthesized for tumor hypoxia imaging (Figure a) []. The nanoparticle was modified with hypoxia-sensitive nitroimidazole moiety, which was converted into amine groups in the presence of nitroreductase. Conversion from the nitro group of nitroimidazole to the amino group helped increase the zeta potential of the prepared nanoparticle, which thereby improved cell internalization for accumulation at the tumor . The designed nanoparticle displayed enhanced X-CT imaging for tumor hypoxia