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Antibacterial Magnetic Nanoparticles for Therapeutics: A Review

Along with the extensive range of exotic nanoparticle (NPs) applications, investigation of magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) in vitro has ushered modern antibacterial studies into an increasingly attractive research area. A great number of microorganisms exist in the size scales from nanometre to micrometre regions. The enormous potential of engineered MNPs in therapeutic procedures against various drug resistant bacteria has declined the menace of fatal bacterial infections. Many biocompatible MNPs have been introduced that possess remarkable impacts on various bacterial strains. Conventional synthesis methods such as co-precipitation or hydrothermal techniques have been widely adopted in production of MNPs. The MNPs for antibacterial applications are mainly required to be superparamagnetic, recyclable and biocompatible. In order to implement novel strategies in developing new generation …

Journal Papers
Month/Season: 
July
Year: 
2019
Antibacterial Magnetic Nanoparticles for Therapeutics: A Review | Dr. Alireza Allafchian

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