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Water-soluble magnetic nanoparticles as potential agents for magnetic hyperthermia

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Magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) obtained by two methods - thermal decomposition of iron(V) pentacarbonyl and polyol synthesis - were characterized with the use of dynamic/electrophoretic light scattering and high resolution transmission electron microscopy. The obtained MNPs were tested as potential agents for magnetic hyperthermia by measuring their ability to cause water dispersion heating in an electromagnetic field.

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V. K. Khlebnikov
МИТХТ им. М.В. Ломоносова, 119571, Москва, пр-т Вернадского, д. 86; Медицинский центр университета Небраски, США; Университет Лилль 1 – Науки и Технологии
France


H. M. Vishwasrao
Медицинский центр университета Небраски
United States


M. А. Sokolskaya
Медицинский центр университета Небраски
United States


A. V. Kabanov
Медицинский центр университета Небраски
United States


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Khlebnikov V.K., Vishwasrao H.M., Sokolskaya M.А., Kabanov A.V. Water-soluble magnetic nanoparticles as potential agents for magnetic hyperthermia. Fine Chemical Technologies. 2012;7(1):64-68. (In Russ.)

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