Graphene oxide activates B cells with upregulation of granzyme B expression: evidence at the single-cell level for its immune-modulatory properties and anticancer activity

Autores: Orecchioni, M; Fusco, L; Mall, R; Bordoni, V; Fuoco, C; Rinchai, D; Guo, S; Sainz, R; Zoccheddu, M; Gurcan, C; Yilmazer, A; Zavan, B; Menard-Moyon, C; Bianco, A; Hendrickx, W; Bedognetti, D; Delogu, LG

Artículo; Early Access.
Nanoscale. vol: . page: 2040-3364.
Fecha: . .
Doi: 10.1039/d1nr04355b.

Resumen:
We recently found by single-cell mass cytometry that ex vivo human B cells [read more]

Glyconanomaterials for Human Virus Detection and Inhibition

Authors: Losada-Garcia, N; Garcia-Sanz, C; Andreu, A; Velasco-Torrijos, T; Palomo, JM

Review.
Nanomaterials. vol: 11. page: .
Date: JUL. 2021.
Doi: 10.3390/nano11071684.

Abstract:
Viruses are among the most infectious pathogens, responsible for the highest death toll around the world. Lack of effective clinical drugs for most viral diseases emphasizes the need for speedy and accurate diagnosis at early stages of infection to [read more]

Impact of the PtO loading on mesoporous TiO2 nanoparticles for enhanced photodegradation of Imazapyr herbicide under simulated solar light

Authors: Mkhalid, IA; Fierro, JLG; Mohamed, RM; Alshahri, AA

Article.
J. Nanopart. Res.. vol: 22. page: 1388-0764.
Date: nov-09. 2020.
Doi: 10.1007/s11051-020-05072-6.

Abstract:
The removal of the commonly used herbicides is essential for environmental remediation. In this study, mesoporous TiO2 photocatalysts modified with PtO were synthetized by the template-assisted scheme to develop highly effective materials for the elimination of Imazapyr herbicide under [read more]

Influence of Post-Synthesis Modifications of Ti1-xZrxO2 Nanocrystallites on Their Photocatalytic Activity for Toluene and Methylcyclohexane Degradation

Authors: Hernandez-Alonso, MD; Fresno, F; O’Shea, VAD; Soria, J; Coronado, JM

Article.
J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol.. vol: 19. page: 1533-4880.
Date: DEC. 2019.
Doi: 10.1166/jnn.2019.16738.

Abstract:
The modification of the structural and surface characteristics of Ti1-xZrxO2 nanocrystallites by post-synthesis treatments is revealed as an effective way to enhance their photocatalytic activity. Starting with the same batch of mixed oxide prepared from reverse microemulsions, [read more]

Correction: Multifunctional mixed valence N-doped CNT@MFe2O4 hybrid nanomaterials: from engineered one-pot coprecipitation to application in energy storage paper supercapacitors (vol 10, pg 12820, 2018)

Authors: Pereira, C; Costa, RS; Lopes, L; Bachiller-Baeza, B; Rodriguez-Ramos, I; Guerrero-Ruiz, A; Tavares, PB; Freire, C; Pereira, AM

Correction.
Nanoscale. vol: 11. page: 2040-3364.
Date: feb-21. 2019.
Doi: 10.1039/c9nr90031d.

Abstract:
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Multifunctional mixed valence N-doped CNT@MFe2O4 hybrid nanomaterials: from engineered one-pot coprecipitation to application in energy storage paper supercapacitors

Authors: Pereira, C; Costa, RS; Lopes, L; Bachiller-Baeza, B; Rodriguez-Ramos, I; Guerrero-Ruiz, A; Tavares, PB; Freire, C; Pereira, AM

Article.
Nanoscale. vol: 10. page: 2040-3364.
Date: jul-14. 2018.
Doi: 10.1039/c8nr03533d.

Abstract:
This work reports on the design of novel mixed valence hybrid N-doped carbon nanotubes/metal ferrite nanomaterials (MFe2O4, M(ii) = Mn, Fe, Co) with tailored composition, and magnetic and electrical properties through [read more]

Clay-Nanoarchitectures as Photocatalysts by In Situ Assembly of ZnO Nanoparticles and Clay Minerals

Authors: Akkari, M; Aranda, P; Amara, AB; Ruiz-Hitzky, E

Article.
J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol.. vol: 18. page: 1533-4880.
Date: JAN. 2018.
Doi: 10.1166/jnn.2018.14613.

Abstract:
ZnO-clay nanoarchitectures have been prepared by in situ generation of ZnO nanoparticles from zinc acetylacetonate in isopropanol under reflux in the presence of organoclays. Two layered clays, a commercialWyoming montmorillonite and a smectite from Gafsa (Tunisia), and a fibrous [read more]

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