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Correlative X-ray and Electron Spectroscopy of the Materials-Biology Interface Reveals Insights into Impact of Engineered Nanomaterials on Human Physiology

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 August 2014

Alexandra E. Porter
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Department of Materials and London Centre for Nanotechnology, Imperial College London, UK
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[1] Leo, B.F., Chen, S., Kyo, Y., et al., Environ. Sci. Technol, 47, 19 (2013) p. 11232.
[2] Chen, S., Theodorou, I.G., Goode, A.E., et al., Environ. Sci. Technol, 3,47(23) (2013) p.13813.
[3] Chen, S., Goode, A.E., Sweeney, S., et al., Nanoscale, 21; 5(20) (2013) p. 9839-47.
[4] The authors acknowledge the Ministry of Higher Education of Malaysia, the NIEHS (grant number U19ES019536) and the US EPA/NERC (EPA STAR RD83469301 and NERC), an ERC starting grant (Project number 257182, CNTBBB) and the Leverhulme Trust.
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