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“fullerine carbon nano-particles toxic”

Nanoparticles cause brain damage in fish, according to a study of the
toxicity of synthetic carbon molecules called "buckyballs".
...
In a second test using nine juvenile largemouth bass, Oberdýrster found
that a concentration of 500 ppb led to a 17-fold increase in a form of
cellular damage in samples of brain tissue. This damage, known as lipid
peroxidation, can impair the normal functioning of cell membranes and has
been linked to illnesses such as Alzheimer's disease in humans.

30.03.2004

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