1 article(s) from Ahmed, Lada Brkić
Transmission electron micrographs micrographs of (A) PLL-γ-Fe2O3 and (B) nanomag®-D-spio nanopartic...
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PLL-γ-Fe2O3 and nanomag®-D-spio nanoparticles labeling of NSCs. Light microscopy after Prussian Blu...
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Quantitative analysis of NSC labeling of PLL-γ-Fe2O3 and nanomag®-D-spio nanoparticles. Overtone cu...
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PLL-γ-Fe2O3 nanoparticles did not affect NSC proliferation. MTT cell viability assay of NSCs labele...
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PLL-γ-Fe2O3 nanoparticles had low NSC cytotoxicity. Flow cytometry analysis showed the influence of...
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Macropinocytotic vesicle containing PLL-γ-Fe2O3 and nanomag®-D-spio nanoparticles. Transmission ele...
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Macropinocytosis is the mechanism of cellular uptake of PLL-γ-Fe2O3 and nanomag®-D-spio nanoparticl...
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Labeling NSCs with PLL-γ-Fe2O3 and nanomag®-D-spio nanoparticles did not interfere with their stem/...
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NSCs labeled with PLL-γ-Fe2O3 and nanomag®-D-spio nanoparticles differentiate into all three major ...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2016, 7, 926–936, doi:10.3762/bjnano.7.84
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