NewsNon-magnetic shell coating of magnetic nanoparticles as key
factor for cytotoxicity

26th August 2021by admin0
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Russian scientists have found that coating magnetic
nanoparticles with a non-magnetic silica shell coating
significantly decreased the viability of cancer cells in a low
frequency alternating magnetic field. The coating increases
nanoparticles stability, preventing aggregation in endosomes and
keeping them as effective magneto-mechanical actuators in a
low-frequency alternating magnetic field. The study was published
in Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces.

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