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Datasets of project "Mikro- und Nanosysteme in der Medizin - Rekonstruktion biologischer Funktionen"

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  1. Compilation of cell type data

    Hahn, Anne; Fuhlrott, Jutta; Loos, Anneke; Barcikowski, Stephane
    Abrasion or production failure of cardiovascular implants made of Nickel-Titanium or Cobalt-Chromium may release alloy nanoparticles with yet unknown health risks. Cytotoxicity of nanoparticles is an important field which is influenced by a variety of complex nano-bio interactions. We show the bio-response of human primary endothelial and smooth muscle cells exposed to different concentrations of metal and alloy nanoparticles. Nanoparticles were generated using laser ablation in three different solutions allowing variation of nanoparticle ligands by in situ stabilisation. Endothelial cells are found to be more sensitive to nanoparticle exposure than smooth muscle cells. Cobalt and Nickel nanoparticles caused the highest...
    (text/tab-separated-values, 753 data points) - 21-oct-2010

  2. Analytical data from all cell types

    Hahn, Anne; Fuhlrott, Jutta; Loos, Anneke; Barcikowski, Stephane
    Abrasion or production failure of cardiovascular implants made of Nickel-Titanium or Cobalt-Chromium may release alloy nanoparticles with yet unknown health risks. Cytotoxicity of nanoparticles is an important field which is influenced by a variety of complex nano-bio interactions. We show the bio-response of human primary endothelial and smooth muscle cells exposed to different concentrations of metal and alloy nanoparticles. Nanoparticles were generated using laser ablation in three different solutions allowing variation of nanoparticle ligands by in situ stabilisation. Endothelial cells are found to be more sensitive to nanoparticle exposure than smooth muscle cells. Cobalt and Nickel nanoparticles caused the highest...
    (application/zip, 41.0 kBytes) - 21-oct-2010

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