Carbohydrate functionalization of silver nanoparticles modulates cytotoxicity and cellular uptake

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  1. National Research Council of Canada. Measurement Science and Standards
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Subjectcarbonylation; ethylene; nanoparticles; polyols; toxicity; biointerfaces; carbohydrate coatings; functionalizations; nanotoxicology; silver; carbohydrate; ethylene glycol; galactose; glucose; mannose; monosaccharide; reactive oxygen metabolite; silver nanoparticle; sugar; carbohydrate analysis; cell culture; cell surface; cellular parameters; cellular uptake; confocal microscopy; cytotoxicity; liver cell; MTT assay; oxidative stress; particle size; polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis; protein carbonylation; roentgen spectroscopy; synthesis; transmission electron microscopy; zeta potential
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