Advances in Nanoparticles

Advances in Nanoparticles

ISSN Print: 2169-0510
ISSN Online: 2169-0529
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"Physiological Fluid Specific Agglomeration Patterns Diminish Gold Nanorod Photothermal Characteristics"
written by Kristen K. Comfort, Jared W. Speltz, Bradley M. Stacy, Larry R. Dosser, Saber M. Hussain,
published by Advances in Nanoparticles, Vol.2 No.4, 2013
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[12] Dynamic Characteristics of Silver Nanoparticles in Physiological Fluids: Toxicological Implications
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