Nanoparticle- and Cell-Specific Toxicological Mechanisms
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 October 2023) | Viewed by 1956
Interests: nanotoxicology; nanoEHS; nano-bio-interface; nanotherapeutics; vaccine
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The Special Issue "Nanoparticle- and Cell-Specific Toxicological Mechanisms" is focused on advancing our understanding of the toxicity of nanomaterials at a cellular level. This issue aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the current knowledge and state-of-the-art research on the toxicity and the interaction mechanisms of nanomaterials with cells.
This Special Issue is to bring together researchers and experts in the field to discuss the latest advancements, trends, and challenges in research, including but not limited to nanoparticle structure–activity relationships, emerging hazardous pollutant particles at nanoscale (such as wildfire dusts, nanosized 3D printing emissions and nanoplastics, etc.), and new methodologies and technologies. This issue will build on and extend current knowledge on the toxicity of nanomaterials by incorporating new perspectives and insights from recent research. The purpose of this issue is to provide an up-to-date and comprehensive resource for researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and the general public, and to help to further our understanding of the mechanisms behind nanomaterial toxicity.
Dr. Xiang Wang
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- structure–activity relationships
- emerging hazardous pollutant particles
- new methodologies and technologies