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A Monte Carlo study on the radio-sensitization effect of gold nanoparticles in brachytherapy of prostate by 103Pd seeds

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Deposition of gold nanoparticles from colloid on TiO2 surface

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Controllable preparation of highly active horseradish peroxidase-gold nanoparticle bionanoconjugate

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Spectrofluorimetric method for atenolol determination based on gold nanoparticles

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Redox Status, Hematological Parameters as Well Liver and Kidney Function Indicators in Blood of Chickens Receiving Gold Nanoparticles

References Abdelhalim M.A.K., JarrarB.M. (2011 a). Renal tissue alterations were size-dependent with smaller ones induced more effects and related with time exposure of gold nanoparticles. Lip. Health Dis., 10: 163. Abdelhalim M.A.K., JarrarB.M. (2011 b). The appearance of renal cells cytoplasmic degeneration and nuclear destruction might be an indication of GNPs toxicity. Lip. Health Dis., 10: 147. Abdelhalim M.A.K., Jarrar B.M. (2012). Histological alterations in the liver of rats induced by different gold nanoparticle sizes, doses and

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Experimental setup for light-to-heat NIR conversion measurements of gold nano-particles’ solutions

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Experimental setup for light-to-heat NIR conversion measurements of gold nanoparticle solutions

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Dendrimer functionalized folate-targeted gold nanoparticles for luciferase gene silencing in vitro: A proof of principle study

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The influence of the chain length and the functional group steric accessibility of thiols on the phase transfer efficiency of gold nanoparticles from water to toluene

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A study on the imaging characteristics of Gold nanoparticles as a contrast agent in X-ray computed tomography

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