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Growth of single-layer boron nitride dome-shaped nanostructures catalysed by iron clusters (2016)
Journal Article
Torre, A. L., Åhlgren, E. H., Fay, M. W., Ben Romdhane, F., Skowron, S. T., Parmenter, C., …Banhart, F. (2016). Growth of single-layer boron nitride dome-shaped nanostructures catalysed by iron clusters. Nanoscale, 8(32), 15079-15085. https://doi.org/10.1039/c6nr03474h

© 2016 The Royal Society of Chemistry. We report on the growth and formation of single-layer boron nitride dome-shaped nanostructures mediated by small iron clusters located on flakes of hexagonal boron nitride. The nanostructures were synthesized in... Read More about Growth of single-layer boron nitride dome-shaped nanostructures catalysed by iron clusters.

A sensing mechanism for the detection of carbon nanotubes using selective photoluminescent probes based on ionic complexes with organic dyes (2016)
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Lutsyk, P., Arif, R., Hruby, J., Bukivskyi, A., Vinijchuk, O., Shandura, M., …Rozhin, A. (2016). A sensing mechanism for the detection of carbon nanotubes using selective photoluminescent probes based on ionic complexes with organic dyes. Light: Science and Applications, 5, https://doi.org/10.1038/lsa.2016.28

© 2016 CIOMP. All rights reserved. The multifunctional properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) make them a powerful platform for unprecedented innovations in a variety of practical applications. As a result of the surging growth of nanotechnology, nano... Read More about A sensing mechanism for the detection of carbon nanotubes using selective photoluminescent probes based on ionic complexes with organic dyes.

Enantiopure titanocene complexes: direct evidence for paraptosis in cancer cells (2016)
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Cini, M., Williams, H. E. L., Fay, M. W., Searle, M., Woodward, S., & Bradshaw, T. D. (2016). Enantiopure titanocene complexes: direct evidence for paraptosis in cancer cells. Metallomics, doi:10.1039/C5MT00297D

Tolerated by normal tissues, anti-cancer therapies based on titanium compounds are limited by low efficacy/selectivity and lack of understanding of their mode(s) of action. In vitro antitumour activity and mode of cell death incurred by enantiopure T... Read More about Enantiopure titanocene complexes: direct evidence for paraptosis in cancer cells.


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