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Toxoplasma gondii IgG Serointensity is Positively Associated with Frailty – Collaborative work published

NanoToxGen researchers collaborated on an international study that demonstrates for the first time the association between infection with Toxoplasma gondii, a parasite transmitted by cats, and frailty in older adults. The full article is available in the following link: Toxoplasma gondii IgG Serointensity is Positively Associated with Frailty Related news: How a dirty litter box …

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Study evaluating toxic effects of silica nanomaterials published in Nanotoxicology journal

Happy to share our last collaborative paper, recently published in Nanotoxicology journal, addressing the cytotoxic and genotoxic effects of different amorphous silica nanomaterials on rat alveolar epithelial cells as a predictive model for pulmonary toxicity in vivo. The work showed the potential of several amorphous silica nanomaterials to induced DNA damage, cell cycle alterations and …

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