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Influence of Carbon Nanosheets on the Behavior of 1,2-Dipalmitoyl-sn-glycerol-3-phosphocholine Langmuir Monolayers

As a result of the combustion processes and extensive industrial use, Carbon nanomaterials are present in the atmospheric aerosol. This research has investigated the interaction between carbon nanosheets and lung surfactant layers, with this lipid being the key component of lung surfactant layers and responsible for some of the most important characteristics of such film in order to shed light on the key chemical bases for incorporation of carbon nanomaterials into lung surfactant layers. The incorporation of CN into DPPC Langmuir monolayers changes the interface's lateral structure, which is explained on the basis of two distinct effects: particles occupy part of the interfacial area and impoverishment of the interface's lipid composition due to lipid adsorption onto the CN surface, and impoverishment of the lipid composition due to lipid adsorption onto the CN surface.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/pr8010094


Molten-Salt-Assisted Synthesis of Nitrogen-Doped Carbon Nanosheets Derived from Biomass Waste of Gingko Shells as Efficient Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction

Also, when Nu2013pC was used as a catalyst for an air electrode, the Znu2013air battery had higher peak power density, greater specific-capacity, and improved rate-capability than the commercial Pt/C-based one, demonstrating a promising application trend in metal-air batteries.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/pr9122124


Development of fluorescence/MR dual-modal manganese-nitrogen-doped carbon nanosheets as an efficient contrast agent for targeted ovarian carcinoma imaging

The ovarian carcinoma cells were specifically identified by the Mn-N-N-CNS@Anti-HE4 nanoprobe with multi-color fluorescences, despite being aided by the tunable photoluminescence of the nanoprobe and Anti-HE4 targeting ligand. In the ovarian carcinoma cells and tumor bearing mice model, benefiting from the high r1 relaxation, the nanoprobe demonstrated a targeted and improved MR contrast response. Conclusion The Mn-N-CNSs@Anti-HE4, a proven fluorescence/MR dual-modal nanoprobe for precise labeling and testing of ovarian carcinoma cells in vitro and in vivo, is a pre-assembled Mn-N-CNSs@Anti-He4 with excellent biocompatibility, high-performance, and excellent tumor-targeting capability.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12951-020-00736-w

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