The magnetic introduction of magnetite nanoparticles into live cells for radiosensibility enhancementстатья

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[1] The magnetic introduction of magnetite nanoparticles into live cells for radiosensibility enhancement / A. Y. Yurenya, M. A. Polikarpov, A. A. Chukalova et al. // Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. — 2017. — Vol. 427. — P. 111–113. Abstract Earlier we proposed a new radiotherapy enhancement method that entails the administration of 57Fe iron-oxide nanoparticles into the cells [5]. Within this work we were prompt to investigate the capability of iron oxide nanoparticles with monolayer coating to penetrate into live cells. Magnetite particle samples were synthesized and stabilized with HCl or citric acid. The cells were incubated in the presence of nanoparticles for 1 h, washed and dried. To distinguish inside-cell particles from outside ones a set of experiments with low temperature incubation was carried out. Several cell samples were prepared in the presence of an external magnetic field in order to study the possibility of the nanoparticle uptake enhancement. To evaluate the amount of particles in each cell sample we used a SQUID-magnetometer. The nanoparticle suspension with HCl stabilization turned to be inadequate for intracellular introduction. Approximately 2В·105 particles with citric acid covering conjugated with each cell after incubation at normal conditions. An application of an external magnetic field increased this amount up to 107 particles/cell. Most probably much of these particles penetrated into cells. [ DOI ]

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