Study of the Interaction between Iron Oxide Nanoparticles, Produced in Acoustoplasma Discharge with Cavitation, and Blood Plasma Fibrinogen by Light Scattering Techniques
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Interactions between iron oxide nanoparticles, produced in acoustoplasma discharge with cavitation, and blood plasma fibrinogen is studied in a model solution by dynamic light scattering. Depending on the storage time of the nanoparticles, their interaction with the protein shows different dynamics of the size distribution. However, the biological action of the nanoparticles is the same regardless of the storage time, i.e., they act as inhibitors of the reaction of fibrin gel formation.
Keywordsiron oxide nanoparticles acoustoplasma discharge with cavitation blood plasma fibrinogen dynamic light scattering fibrin gel formation
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