Evaluation of uptake and transport of cationic and anionic ultrasmall iron oxide nanoparticles by human colon cells

Kenzaoui, Blanka Halamoda; Vilà, Maya R.; Miquel, Josep M.; Cengelli, Feride; Juillerat-Jeanneret, Lucienne
January 2012
International Journal of Nanomedicine;2012, Vol. 7, p1275
Academic Journal
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