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  1. In recent times, studies have demonstrated that carbon nanotubes are good candidates for use as vehicles for transfection of exogenous material into the cells. However, there are few studies evaluating the beh...

    Authors: Luan P. Calegari, Roberto S. Dias, Michelle D. de Oliveira, Carine Ribeiro Pessoa, André S. de Oliveira, Ana F. C. S. Oliveira, Cynthia C. da Silva, Flavio G. Fonseca, Alice F. Versiani and Sérgio O. De Paula
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:61
  2. Amyloidoses are characterized by the extracellular deposition of insoluble fibrillar proteinaceous aggregates highly organized into cross-β structure and referred to as amyloid fibrils. Nowadays, the diagnosis...

    Authors: Marie Plissonneau, Jonathan Pansieri, Laurence Heinrich-Balard, Jean-François Morfin, Nathalie Stransky-Heilkron, Pascaline Rivory, Pierre Mowat, Mireille Dumoulin, Richard Cohen, Éric Allémann, Éva Tόth, Maria Joao Saraiva, Cédric Louis, Olivier Tillement, Vincent Forge, François Lux…
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:60
  3. Nanoparticles’ unique features have been highly explored in cellular therapies. However, nanoparticles can be cytotoxic. The cytotoxicity can be overcome by coating the nanoparticles with an appropriated surfa...

    Authors: Luisa H. A. Silva, Jaqueline R. da Silva, Guilherme A. Ferreira, Renata C. Silva, Emilia C. D. Lima, Ricardo B. Azevedo and Daniela M. Oliveira
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:59
  4. Due to increasing antibiotic resistance, the use of silver coated single walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs-Ag) and antimicrobial peptides (APs) is becoming popular due to their antimicrobial properties against a...

    Authors: Atul A. Chaudhari, D’andrea Ashmore, Subrata deb Nath, Kunal Kate, Vida Dennis, Shree R. Singh, Don R. Owen, Chris Palazzo, Robert D. Arnold, Michael E. Miller and Shreekumar R. Pillai
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:58
  5. Pancreatic cancer is one of the most lethal of human malignancies known to date and shows relative insensitivity towards most of the clinically available therapy regimens. 3,5-bis(2-fluorobenzylidene)-4-piperi...

    Authors: Savita Bisht, Martin Schlesinger, Alexander Rupp, Rolf Schubert, Jens Nolting, Jörg Wenzel, Stefan Holdenrieder, Peter Brossart, Gerd Bendas and Georg Feldmann
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:57
  6. Isothiouronium salts are well known in their variety of antimicrobials activities. The use of polymeric biocides, polymers with antimicrobial activities, is expected to enhance the efficacy of some existing an...

    Authors: Sarit Cohen, Chen Gelber, Michal Natan, Ehud Banin, Enav Corem-Salkmon and Shlomo Margel
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:56
  7. Precisely targeted nanoparticle delivery is critically important for therapeutic applications. However, our knowledge on how the distinct physical and chemical properties of nanoparticles determine tissue pene...

    Authors: Kata Kenesei, Kumarasamy Murali, Árpád Czéh, Jordi Piella, Victor Puntes and Emília Madarász
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:55
  8. Magnesium oxide nanoparticles (MgO nanoparticles, with average size of 20 nm) have considerable potential as antimicrobial agents in food safety applications due to their structure, surface properties, and sta...

    Authors: Yiping He, Shakuntala Ingudam, Sue Reed, Andrew Gehring, Terence P. Strobaugh Jr. and Peter Irwin
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:54
  9. We have previously demonstrated that reduced graphene oxide (rGO) administered intravenously in rats was detected inside the hippocampus after downregulation of the tight and adherens junction proteins of the ...

    Authors: Monique Culturato Padilha Mendonça, Edilene Siqueira Soares, Marcelo Bispo de Jesus, Helder José Ceragioli, Silvia Pierre Irazusta, Ângela Giovana Batista, Marco Aurélio Ramirez Vinolo, Mário Roberto Maróstica Júnior and Maria Alice da Cruz-Höfling
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:53
  10. Breast cancer (BC) is a serious disease to threat lives of women. Numerous studies have proved that BC originates from cancer stem cells (CSCs). But at present, no one approach can quickly and simply identify ...

    Authors: Hetao Chen, Yu Wang, Tong Wang, Dongxing Shi, Zengrong Sun, Chunhui Xia and Baiqi Wang
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:52
  11. Metastases are the most common reason of cancer death in patients with solid tumors. Lymph nodes, once invaded by tumor cells, act as reservoirs before cancer cells spread to distant organs. To address the lim...

    Authors: Marta Alonso-Nocelo, Raquel Abellan-Pose, Anxo Vidal, Miguel Abal, Noemi Csaba, Maria Jose Alonso, Rafael Lopez-Lopez and Maria de la Fuente
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:51
  12. Safety assessment of nanoparticles (NPs) requires techniques that are suitable to quantify tissue and cellular uptake of NPs. The most commonly applied techniques for this purpose are based on inductively coup...

    Authors: I-Lun Hsiao, Frank S. Bierkandt, Philipp Reichardt, Andreas Luch, Yuh-Jeen Huang, Norbert Jakubowski, Jutta Tentschert and Andrea Haase
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:50
  13. Engineering microorganisms in order to improve the metabolite flux needs a detailed knowledge of the concentrations and flux rates of metabolites and metabolic intermediates in vivo. Fluorescence resonance ene...

    Authors: Seema Ameen, Mohammad Ahmad, Mohd. Mohsin, M. Irfan Qureshi, Mohamed M. Ibrahim, Malik Z. Abdin and Altaf Ahmad
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:49
  14. Human antigen R (HuR) is an RNA binding protein that is overexpressed in many human cancers, including lung cancer, and has been shown to regulate the expression of several oncoproteins. Further, HuR overexpre...

    Authors: Ranganayaki Muralidharan, Anish Babu, Narsireddy Amreddy, Kanthesh Basalingappa, Meghna Mehta, Allshine Chen, Yan Daniel Zhao, Uday B. Kompella, Anupama Munshi and Rajagopal Ramesh
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:47
  15. Intense ultrasound, such as that used for tumor ablation, does not differentiate between cancerous and normal cells. A method combining ultrasound and biocompatible gold or magnetic nanoparticles (NPs) was dev...

    Authors: Olga K. Kosheleva, Tsung-Ching Lai, Nelson G. Chen, Michael Hsiao and Chung-Hsuan Chen
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:46
  16. Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death worldwide. Nanotechnology approaches can overcome the side effects of chemotherapy as well as improve the efficacy of drugs. Dendrimers are nanometric ...

    Authors: Natalia Oddone, Nicole Lecot, Marcelo Fernández, Alejandra Rodriguez-Haralambides, Pablo Cabral, Hugo Cerecetto and Juan Claudio Benech
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:45
  17. The addition of an adjuvant to a vaccine is a promising approach to increasing strength and immunogenicity towards antigens. Despite the fact that adjuvants have been used in vaccines for decades, their mechan...

    Authors: Gervais Rioux, Damien Carignan, Alexis Russell, Marilène Bolduc, Marie-Ève Laliberté Gagné, Pierre Savard and Denis Leclerc
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:43
  18. Carbon nanotubes have been shown to improve the germination and growth of some plant species, extending the applicability of the emerging nano-biotechnology field to crop science.

    Authors: Mª Carmen Martínez-Ballesta, Lavinia Zapata, Najla Chalbi and Micaela Carvajal
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:42
  19. It is difficult to discriminate healthy subjects and patients with Parkinson disease (PD) or Parkinson disease dementia (PDD) by assaying plasma α-synuclein because the concentrations of circulating α-synuclei...

    Authors: Shieh-Yueh Yang, Ming-Jang Chiu, Chin-Hsien Lin, Herng-Er Horng, Che-Chuan Yang, Jen-Jie Chieh, Hsin-Hsien Chen and Bing-Hsien Liu
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:41
  20. Agricultural soils represent a potential sink for increasing amounts of different nanomaterials that nowadays inevitably enter the environment. Knowledge on the relation between their actual exposure concentra...

    Authors: Alexander Gogos, Janine Moll, Florian Klingenfuss, Marcel van der Heijden, Fahmida Irin, Micah J. Green, Renato Zenobi and Thomas D. Bucheli
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:40
  21. The rapid development of nanotechnology provides alternative approaches to overcome several limitations of conventional anti-cancer therapy. Drug targeting using functionalized nanoparticles to advance their t...

    Authors: Ewelina Piktel, Katarzyna Niemirowicz, Marzena Wątek, Tomasz Wollny, Piotr Deptuła and Robert Bucki
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:39
  22. Gold-nanobeacons (Au-nanobeacons) have proven to be versatile systems for molecular diagnostics and therapeutic actuators. Here, we present the development and characterization of two gold nanobeacons combined...

    Authors: M. Cordeiro, L. Giestas, J. C. Lima and P. M. V. Baptista
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:38
  23. The ability to direct and manipulate neuronal cells has important potential in therapeutics and neural network studies. An emerging approach for remotely guiding cells is by incorporating magnetic nanoparticle...

    Authors: Michal Marcus, Moshe Karni, Koby Baranes, Itay Levy, Noa Alon, Shlomo Margel and Orit Shefi
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:37
  24. Nanoparticles are produced and used worldwide and are released to the environment, e.g., into soil systems. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles (NPs), carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and cerium dioxide (CeO2) NPs are a...

    Authors: Janine Moll, Alexander Gogos, Thomas D. Bucheli, Franco Widmer and Marcel G. A. van der Heijden
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:36
  25. It has been reported that both chemical and physical surface patterns influence cellular behaviors, such as cell alignment and elongation. However, it still remains unclear how actin filament and microtubules ...

    Authors: Kyunghee Lee, Ee Hyun Kim, Naeun Oh, Nguyen Anh Tuan, Nam Ho Bae, Seok Jae Lee, Kyoung G. Lee, Chi-Yong Eom, Evelyn K. Yim and Sungsu Park
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:35
  26. Virus-like particles (VLPs) represent a significant advance in the development of subunit vaccines, combining high safety and efficacy. Their particulate nature and dense repetitive subunit organization makes ...

    Authors: Susan Thrane, Christoph M. Janitzek, Sungwa Matondo, Mafalda Resende, Tobias Gustavsson, Willem Adriaan de Jongh, Stine Clemmensen, Will Roeffen, Marga van de Vegte‑Bolmer, Geert Jan van Gemert, Robert Sauerwein, John T. Schiller, Morten A. Nielsen, Thor G. Theander, Ali Salanti and Adam F. Sander
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:30
  27. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is one of the most common nanoparticles found in industry ranging from food additives to energy generation. Approximately four million tons of TiO2 particles are produced worldwide each ye...

    Authors: Yan Xu, Ming-Tzo Wei, H. Daniel Ou-Yang, Stephen G. Walker, Hong Zhan Wang, Chris R. Gordon, Shoshana Guterman, Emma Zawacki, Eliana Applebaum, Peter R. Brink, Miriam Rafailovich and Tatsiana Mironava
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:34
  28. Uncoordinated cellular proliferation and dysregulated angiogenesis in solid tumors are coupled with inadequate tissue, blood, and lymphatic vascularization. Consequently, tumors are often characterized by hypo...

    Authors: Lee B. Sims, Louis T. Curtis, Hermann B. Frieboes and Jill M. Steinbach-Rankins
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:33
  29. A folate-receptor-targeted poly (lactide-co-Glycolide) (PLGA)-Polyethylene glycol (PEG) nanoparticle is developed for encapsulation and delivery of disulfiram into breast cancer cells. After a comprehensive ch...

    Authors: Hamidreza Fasehee, Rassoul Dinarvand, Ardeshir Ghavamzadeh, Mehdi Esfandyari-Manesh, Hanieh Moradian, Shahab Faghihi and Seyed Hamidollah Ghaffari
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:32
  30. The Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics in Moscow recently developed a new nanoaerosol generator. This study evaluated this novel technology, which has the potential to enhance therapeutic del...

    Authors: Crystal N. Propst, Albert O. Nwabueze, Igor L. Kanev, Rachel E. Pepin, Bradford W. Gutting, Victor N. Morozov and Monique L. van Hoek
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:29
  31. A recent review article entitled “Carbon and fullerene nanomaterials in plant system” published in this journal, misinterprets a component of our (published) work on the interactions of carbon nanotubes with p...

    Authors: N. Dasgupta-Schubert, D. K. Tiwari and L. M. Villaseñor Cendejas
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:28
  32. The present study takes advantage of the beneficial effects of resveratrol as a neuroprotective compound. Resveratrol-loaded solid lipid nanoparticles were functionalized with apolipoprotein E which can be rec...

    Authors: Ana Rute Neves, Joana Fontes Queiroz and Salette Reis
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:27
  33. Curcumin (Ccm) has shown immense potential as an antimalarial agent; however its low solubility and less bioavailability attenuate the in vivo efficacy of this potent compound. In order to increase Ccm’s bioav...

    Authors: Shadab Alam, Jiban Jyoti Panda, Tapan Kumar Mukherjee and Virander Singh Chauhan
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:26
  34. Nanodiamonds are one of the most perspective nano-sized particles with superb physical and chemical properties, which are mainly composed of carbon sp3 structures in the core with sp2 and disorder/defect carbons ...

    Authors: Natalia Pozdnyakova, Artem Pastukhov, Marina Dudarenko, Maxim Galkin, Arsenii Borysov and Tatiana Borisova
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:25
  35. Gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) have shown great promise as scaffolds for gene therapy vectors due to their attractive physiochemical properties which include biocompatibility, ease of functionalization via the nea...

    Authors: Elizabeth R. Figueroa, J. Stephen Yan, Nicolette K. Chamberlain-Simon, Adam Y. Lin, Aaron E. Foster and Rebekah A. Drezek
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:24
  36. The potential transfer of engineered nanoparticles (ENPs) from plants into the food chain has raised widespread concerns. In order to investigate the effects of ENPs on plants, young cabbage plants (Brassica oler...

    Authors: Yunyun Chen, Carlos Sanchez, Yuan Yue, Mauricio de Almeida, Jorge M. González, Dilworth Y. Parkinson and Hong Liang
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:23

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  37. Interactions between nanoparticles and cells are now the focus of a fast-growing area of research. Though many nanoparticles interact with cells without any acute toxic responses, metal oxide nanoparticles inc...

    Authors: Viviana R. Lopes, Vesa Loitto, Jean-Nicolas Audinot, Narges Bayat, Arno C. Gutleb and Susana Cristobal
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:22
  38. Nanoparticles have emerged as key materials for developing applications in nanomedicine, nanobiotechnology, bioimaging and theranostics. Existing bioimaging technologies include bioluminescent resonance energy...

    Authors: Erick S. Vasquez, Jean M. Feugang, Scott T. Willard, Peter L. Ryan and Keisha B. Walters
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:20
  39. It is still unknown which types of nanomaterials and associated doses represent an actual danger to humans and environment. Meanwhile, there is consensus on applying the precautionary principle to these novel ...

    Authors: Amela Groso, Alke Petri-Fink, Barbara Rothen-Rutishauser, Heinrich Hofmann and Thierry Meyer
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:21
  40. Apoptotic neuronal death is known as programmed cell death. Inhibition of this progression might contribute to a new treatment strategy. However, methods for in vivo detection of live apoptotic cells are in ne...

    Authors: Atsushi Saito, Moataz M. Mekawy, Akira Sumiyoshi, Jorge J. Riera, Hiroaki Shimizu, Ryuta Kawashima and Teiji Tominaga
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:19
  41. Thanks to mechanotransductive components cells are competent to perceive nanoscale topographical features of their environment and to convert the immanent information into corresponding physiological responses...

    Authors: Carsten Schulte, Simona Rodighiero, Martino Alfredo Cappelluti, Luca Puricelli, Elisa Maffioli, Francesca Borghi, Armando Negri, Elisa Sogne, Massimiliano Galluzzi, Claudio Piazzoni, Margherita Tamplenizza, Alessandro Podestà, Gabriella Tedeschi, Cristina Lenardi and Paolo Milani
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:18
  42. Most in vitro studies investigating nanomaterial pulmonary toxicity poorly correlate to in vivo inhalation studies. Alveolar macrophages (AMs) play an outstanding role during inhalation exposure since they eff...

    Authors: Martin Wiemann, Antje Vennemann, Ursula G. Sauer, Karin Wiench, Lan Ma-Hock and Robert Landsiedel
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:16
  43. Recent advances in nanoparticle design have generated new possibilities for nano-biotechnology and nano-medicine. Here we used cryo-soft X-ray tomography (cryo-SXT) to collect comprehensive three-dimensional (...

    Authors: Michele Chiappi, José Javier Conesa, Eva Pereiro, Carlos Oscar Sánchez Sorzano, María Josefa Rodríguez, Katja Henzler, Gerd Schneider, Francisco Javier Chichón and José L. Carrascosa
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:15
  44. DNA microarrays are a core element of modern genomics research and medical diagnostics, allowing the simple and simultaneous determination of the relative abundances of hundreds of thousands to millions of gen...

    Authors: Matej Sack, Kathrin Hölz, Ann-Katrin Holik, Nicole Kretschy, Veronika Somoza, Klaus-Peter Stengele and Mark M. Somoza
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:14
  45. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) causes severe respiratory infection in infants, children and elderly. Currently, there is no effective vaccine or RSV specific drug for the treatment. However, an antiviral dr...

    Authors: Jesus Valdez, Swapnil Bawage, Idalia Gomez and Shree Ram Singh
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:13
  46. Graphene oxide (GO) is a highly oxidized graphene form with oxygen functional groups on its surface. GO is an excellent platform to support and stabilize silver nanoparticles (AgNP), which gives rise to the gr...

    Authors: Luis Augusto Visani de Luna, Ana Carolina Mazarin de Moraes, Sílvio Roberto Consonni, Catarinie Diniz Pereira, Solange Cadore, Selma Giorgio and Oswaldo Luiz Alves
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2016 14:12

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