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  • Imaging in the repair of peripheral nerve injury. [Journal Article]
    Nanomedicine (Lond) 2019Luzhansky ID, Sudlow LC, … Berezin MY
  • Surgical intervention followed by physical therapy remains the major way to repair damaged nerves and restore function. Imaging constitutes promising, yet underutilized, approaches to improve surgical and postoperative techniques. Dedicated methods for imaging nerve regeneration will potentially provide surgical guidance, enable recovery monitoring and postrepair intervention, elucidate failure m…
  • Gas phase detection of chemical warfare agents CWAs with portable Raman. [Journal Article]
    J Hazard Mater 2019; 384:121279Lafuente M, Sanz D, … Mallada R
  • The development of SERS substrates for chemical detection of specific analytes requires appropriate selection of plasmonic metal and the surface where it is deposited. Here we deposited Ag nanoplates on three substrates: i) conventional SiO2/Si wafer, ii) stainless steel mesh and iii) graphite foils. The SERS enhancement of the signal was studied for Rhodamine 6 G (R6 G) as common liquid phase pr…
  • [Chemical warfare agent poisoning]. [Review]
    Bundesgesundheitsblatt Gesundheitsforschung Gesundheitsschutz 2019Wille T, Steinritz D, … Thiermann H
  • Despite long-lasting international efforts to ban and disarm chemical warfare agents (CWAs), they pose an ongoing threat to the population. The reasons for this are existing remainders, inappropriately disposed of chemical munitions and availability of instructions for synthesis in open literature. Dissemination of CWAs during war, warlike conflicts and terrorist incidents has recently resulted i…
  • Theoretical study on the toxicity of 'Novichok' agent candidates. [Journal Article]
    R Soc Open Sci 2019; 6(8):190414Jeong K, Choi J
  • The identities and properties of 'Novichok' (Russian for 'newcomer' or 'novice') agents allegedly used in the recent terrorist attack in the UK have not been well documented. Although several people previously involved in the synthesis of these materials claimed Novichok agents to be five to eight times more potent than VX, a deadly nerve agent, no open data on these species are currently availab…
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