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Nanotoxicology & Nanomedicine; we address several fundamental issues relevant to the development safe and effective nanomaterials in biological and environmental applications. These issues include, but are not limited to, the following parameters: the importance of material characterization, dose-response & time-course, correlation of in vitro findings to in vivo results, mechanistic & synergistic analyses, and defining appropriate endpoints for risk evaluation.
Each nanomaterial has its own distinct physicochemical properties and, therefore, its own biological response. Nanotechnology holds the promise to increase our understanding of the synergy between material science and biology.
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