Isotopically Modified Nanoparticles for Enhanced Detection in Bioaccumulation Studies

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Isotopically Modified Nanoparticles for Enhanced Detection in Bioaccumulation Studies. / Misra, SK; Dybowska, A; Berhanu, D; Croteau, MNE; Luoma, SN; Boccaccini, AR; Valsami-Jones, Eugenia.

In: Environmental Science & Technology, Vol. 46, No. 2, 17.01.2012, p. 1216-1222.

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Misra, SK, Dybowska, A, Berhanu, D, Croteau, MNE, Luoma, SN, Boccaccini, AR & Valsami-Jones, E 2012, 'Isotopically Modified Nanoparticles for Enhanced Detection in Bioaccumulation Studies', Environmental Science & Technology, vol. 46, no. 2, pp. 1216-1222. https://doi.org/10.1021/es2039757

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Misra SK, Dybowska A, Berhanu D, Croteau MNE, Luoma SN, Boccaccini AR et al. Isotopically Modified Nanoparticles for Enhanced Detection in Bioaccumulation Studies. Environmental Science & Technology. 2012 Jan 17;46(2):1216-1222. https://doi.org/10.1021/es2039757

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Misra, SK ; Dybowska, A ; Berhanu, D ; Croteau, MNE ; Luoma, SN ; Boccaccini, AR ; Valsami-Jones, Eugenia. / Isotopically Modified Nanoparticles for Enhanced Detection in Bioaccumulation Studies. In: Environmental Science & Technology. 2012 ; Vol. 46, No. 2. pp. 1216-1222.

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abstract = "This work presents results on synthesis of isotopically enriched (99% (65)Cu) copper oxide nanoparticles and its application in ecotoxicological studies. (65)CuO nanoparticles were synthesized as spheres (7 nm) and rods (7 × 40 nm). Significant differences were observed between the reactivity and dissolution of spherical and rod shaped nanoparticles. The extreme sensitivity of the stable isotope tracing technique developed in this study allowed determining Cu uptake at exposure concentrations equivalent to background Cu concentrations in freshwater systems (0.2-30 μg/L). Without a tracer, detection of newly accumulated Cu was impossible, even at exposure concentrations surpassing some of the most contaminated water systems (>1 mg/L).",
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