TOXICOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY, vol.99, no.5-6, pp.837-847, 2017 (SCI-Expanded)
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TOXICOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY
Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXPANDED), Scopus
Silver nanowires, mutagenicity, in vivo chromosomal aberration test, Ames test, IN-VITRO, NANOPARTICLES, CELLS, MITOCHONDRIA, INFLAMMATION, GENERATION, RESPONSES, TOXICITY, LENGTH, VIVO
Acibadem Mehmet Ali Aydinlar University Affiliated:
The genotoxicity potential of silver nanowires synthesized via the solution-based polyol method has been investigated. They were found to be non-mutagenic in three Salmonella strains and were not genotoxic in a clastogenicity assay in mice. Residual surfactant was found to have an effect on the toxicological properties of the nanowires by increasing the rate of Ag+ release. Residual surfactant can be easily degraded via a UV treatment.