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Colloidal polymercoated Zndoped iron oxide nanoparticles

Here, we report a water dispersible magnetic agent consisting of zincdoped superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles i.e., ZnSPIONs of 15 nm size with high saturation magnetization coated with an amphiphilic polymer for effective magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic hyperthermia of glioblastoma cells.

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Highperformance iron oxide nanoparticles for magnetic

demonstrated focused magnetic hyperthermia heating by adapting the eld gradient used in MPI. By saturating the iron oxide nanoparticles outside of a eld free region FFR with an external static eld, we can selectively heat a target region in our test sample. By comparing zincdoped magnetite cubic nano

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Structural effects on the magnetic hyperthermia properties of

a Schematic illustration of the magnetic hyperthermia measurement setup under a gradient magnetic field similar to an MPI environment. b Thermal images of the nanocomposites with zincdoped cubic iron oxide nanoparticles during magnetic hyperthermia measurement with and without gradient magnetic field appli ion.

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Highperformance iron oxide nanoparticles for magnetic

By comparing zincdoped magnetite cubic nanoparticles with undoped spherical nanoparticles, we could show a 5fold improvement in the specific absorption rate SAR in magnetic hyperthermia while providing good MPI signal, thereby demonstrating the potential for highperformance focused hyperthermia therapy through an MPIguided approach hMPI .

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Combined Magnetic Nanoparticlebased MicroRNA and

netic zincdoped iron oxide nanoparticles ZnFe 2 O 4 for the dual purpose of delivering a microRNA miRNA that targets multiple downstream pathways modulated by HSPs and inducing magnetic hyperthermia to enhance the treatment of cancer cells Figure 1 a . Speci cally, in this study, glioblas

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The cellular magnetic response and biocompatibility of

By comparing undoped, zinc and cobaltdoped iron oxide nanoparticles with differing magnetic properties we were able to highlight the changes in magnetic behaviour, especially in terms of the

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Highperformance iron oxide nanoparticles for magnetic

Magnetic particle imaging MPI is an emerging imaging modality that allows the direct and quantitative mapping of iron oxide nanoparticles. In MPI, the development of tailored iron oxide nanoparticle tracers is paramount to achieving high sensitivity and good spatial resolution.

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Highperformance iron oxide nanoparticles for magnetic

Magnetic particle imaging MPI is an emerging imaging modality that allows the direct and quantitative mapping of iron oxide nanoparticles. In MPI, the development of tailored iron oxide nanoparticle tracers is paramount to achieving high sensitivity and good spatial resolution. To date, most MPI tracers being developed for potential clinical appli ions are based on spherical undoped

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Emerging strategies in developing multifunctional

These MNPs were made of zincdoped iron oxide and surfacemodified with antibodies targeting the overexpressed death receptor 4 of DLD1 colon tumors. Upon applying a magnetic field, nanoparticle aggregation occurred, enhancing apoptotic signaling pathways and tumor death.

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Tailoring the hyperthermia potential of magnetite

A facile polyol approach for preparing lowCurietemperature TC gadoliniumdoped iron oxide nanoparticles GdIO NPs for targeted magnetic hyperthermia and chemotherapy coupled with T1T2 dual

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Colloidal polymercoated Zndoped iron oxide nanoparticles

Successful preparation of highly colloidal stable polymercoated doped magnetic nanoparticles. Achievement of relatively higher transverse relaxivity and specific absorption rate via doping technique. Effective demonstration of in vitro magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic hyperthermia of glioblastoma.

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Systemically Delivered Magnetic Hyperthermia for Prostate

2.2. Synthesis of Zn and MnDoped Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Iron oxide nanoparticles doped with Zn and Mn ZnMnIONPs were prepared according to a recently published protocol with some modi ion 16,20,21 . ZnCl2 2 mmol , MnCl2 4H2O 3 mmol and Fe acac 3 5 mmol were combined in a 250 mL ask with oleic acid 6 mmol , oleylamine 6 mmol

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Colloidal polymercoated Zndoped iron oxide nanoparticles

Colloidally stable nanoparticlesbased magnetic agents endowed with very high relaxivity and specific absorption rate are extremely desirable for efficient magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic hyperthermia, respectively. Here, we report a water dispersible magnetic agent consisting of zincdoped superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles i.e., ZnSPIONs of 15 nm size with high saturation

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Magnetic Behavior of ZnDoped Fe3O4 Nanoparticles Estimated

The magnetic properties of iron oxide nanoparticles doped with other metals are important, particularly with respect to the magnetic properties of nonmagneticzincdoped iron oxide nanoparticles

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Zinc Iron Oxide AMERICAN ELEMENTS

Study of structural and magnetic properties and heat induction of gadoliniumsubstituted manganese zinc ferrite nanoparticles for in vitro magnetic fluid hyperthermia. A Novel Study: The Effect of Graphene Oxide on the Morphology, Crystal Structure, Optical and Electrical Properties of Lanthanum Ferrite Based Nano Electroceramics Synthesized by

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Structure and magnetic properties of coprecipitated nickel

The concentrations of nickel, zinc, iron, and rare earth elements have been determined by ICPAES, and all ions have participated in the reaction. The magnetic properties of Sc3 , Dy3 , and Gd3 doped NZRF NPs at room temperature are recorded by a physical property measurement system PPMS9 .

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The cellular magnetic response and biocompatibility of

Thus, despite the known cytotoxicity of cobalt and zinc ions, these results suggest that iron oxide nanoparticles can be doped to sufficiently tailor their magnetic properties without compromising cellular biocompatibility. The ability of magnetic nanoparticles MNPs to transduce external magnetic field energy into a mechanical or

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Tailoring the hyperthermia potential of magnetite

A facile polyol approach for preparing lowCurietemperature TC gadoliniumdoped iron oxide nanoparticles GdIO NPs for targeted magnetic hyperthermia and chemotherapy coupled with T1T2 dual

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Emerging strategies in developing multifunctional

These MNPs were made of zincdoped iron oxide and surfacemodified with antibodies targeting the overexpressed death receptor 4 of DLD1 colon tumors. Upon applying a magnetic field, nanoparticle aggregation occurred, enhancing apoptotic signaling pathways and tumor death.

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Review on magnetic nanoparticlemediated hyperthermia for

Biocompatible magnetic nanoparticlemediated magnetic hyperthermia is an innovative, efficient, and safer thermotherapeutic approach for cancer treatment. Structural and magnetic properties of magnetic nanoparticles as well as external magnetic field parameters are responsible for a controlled heating performance imperative for clinical success. This review covers topics from the nanophysics

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Influence of Gold Nanoshell on Hyperthermia of Super

, In addition to these superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles, ferromagnetic nanoparticles such as Fe doped Au nanoparticles, ZnMn doped iron oxides Zn x Mn 1x Fe 3 O 4 and MnZnGd doped iron oxides Mn x Zn x Gd x Fe 2x O 4 composites have also been examined for their hyperthermic activity. Very recently, extremely high heating

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The cellular magnetic response and biocompatibility of

Thus, despite the known cytotoxicity of cobalt and zinc ions, these results suggest that iron oxide nanoparticles can be doped to sufficiently tailor their magnetic properties without compromising cellular biocompatibility. The ability of magnetic nanoparticles MNPs to transduce external magnetic field energy into a mechanical or

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Zinc doped copper ferrite particles as temperature sensors

In this paper, we study the use of Cu 1x Zn x Fe 2 O 4 a material close to that of iron oxide. This ferrite is easy to fabri e and has T C values that can be tuned by the composition. We find that Cu 0.35 Zn 0.65 Fe 2 O 4 has a T C near body temperature, and that it produces significant changes in MRI intensity as a function of temperature.

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Zn2 Ion Surface Enrichment in Doped Iron Oxide Nanoparticles

Magnetic nanoparticles NPs , in particular doped or undoped superparamagnetic iron oxide NPs IONPs , receive consid erable attention because of exciting biomedical appli ions.

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Colloidal polymercoated Zndoped iron oxide nanoparticles

Here, we report a water dispersible magnetic agent consisting of zincdoped superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles i.e., ZnSPIONs of 15 and nbspnm size with high saturation magnetization coated with an amphiphilic polymer for effective magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic hyperthermia of glioblastoma cells.

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The cellular magnetic response and biocompatibility of

By comparing undoped, zinc and cobaltdoped iron oxide nanoparticles with differing magnetic properties we were able to highlight the changes in magnetic behaviour, especially in terms of the relaxation mechanisms when the MNPs were associated with cells.

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Tailoring the hyperthermia potential of magnetite

A facile polyol approach for preparing lowCurietemperature TC gadoliniumdoped iron oxide nanoparticles GdIO NPs for targeted magnetic hyperthermia and chemotherapy coupled with T1T2 dual

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Emerging strategies in developing multifunctional

These MNPs were made of zincdoped iron oxide and surfacemodified with antibodies targeting the overexpressed death receptor 4 of DLD1 colon tumors. Upon applying a magnetic field, nanoparticle aggregation occurred, enhancing apoptotic signaling pathways and tumor death.

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Appli ions and Properties of Magnetic Nanoparticles

Furthermore, Dutz and coworkers presented Codoped iron oxide nanoparticles with tunable magnetic properties. The most promising particlemagnetic eld combination seemed to be suitable for appli ion in magnetic uid hyperthermia, given that cell viability analysis also did not show an increased toxicity for the Codoped particles

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Review on magnetic nanoparticlemediated hyperthermia for

Biocompatible magnetic nanoparticlemediated magnetic hyperthermia is an innovative, efficient, and safer thermotherapeutic approach for cancer treatment. Structural and magnetic properties of magnetic nanoparticles as well as external magnetic field parameters are responsible for a controlled heating performance imperative for clinical success. This review covers topics from the nanophysics

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Zn2 Ion Surface Enrichment in Doped Iron Oxide Nanoparticles

Here, we report the development of monodisperse Zndoped iron oxide nanoparticles NPs with different amounts of Zn ZnxFe3xO4, 0 lt x lt 0.43 by thermal decomposition of a mixture of zinc and iron oleates. The assynthesized NPs show a considerable fraction of wstite FeO which is transformed to spinel upon 2 h oxidation of the NP reaction solutions. At any Zn doping amounts, we

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Colloidal polymercoated Zndoped iron oxide nanoparticles

Here, we report a water dispersible magnetic agent consisting of zincdoped superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles i.e., ZnSPIONs of 15 nm size with high saturation magnetization coated with an amphiphilic polymer for effective magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic hyperthermia of glioblastoma cells.

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The cellular magnetic response and biocompatibility of

By comparing undoped, zinc and cobaltdoped iron oxide nanoparticles with differing magnetic properties we were able to highlight the changes in magnetic behaviour, especially in terms of the relaxation mechanisms when the MNPs were associated with cells.

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Doped Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Characterization

Various TMs such as Fe, Co, Cr, Mn, and Ni, and RE elements such as Eu, Tb, La and Gd have been exploited as dopants for creating doped ZnO NPs DMS. The magnetic parameters of the doped ZnO NPs are summarized in Table 3. Besides, there are few reports showing an enhanced ferromagnetism by exploiting Codoped ZnO NPs 252254 .

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Tailoring the hyperthermia potential of magnetite

A facile polyol approach for preparing lowCurietemperature TC gadoliniumdoped iron oxide nanoparticles GdIO NPs for targeted magnetic hyperthermia and chemotherapy coupled with T1T2 dual

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Emerging strategies in developing multifunctional

These MNPs were made of zincdoped iron oxide and surfacemodified with antibodies targeting the overexpressed death receptor 4 of DLD1 colon tumors. Upon applying a magnetic field, nanoparticle aggregation occurred, enhancing apoptotic signaling pathways and tumor death.

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Structure, Optical, and Magnetic Properties of Magnetite

iron, zinc, and oxygen, which describes the presence of iron oxide and zinc oxide. The spectrum in Figure 2 contained three peaks which refer to Fe, Zn, and O there are no other impurities identied. 2.3.2. Atomic absorption and ICP Tables 2, 3, and 4 show the atomic absorption and ICP rates for the three elements, iron, zinc, and lanthanum

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Structure, Optical, and Magnetic Properties of Magnetite

Iron oxide nanoparticles IONPs include many attributes of high magnetic saturation, stability, biocompatibility, and interactive functions at the surface . The surface of IONPs could be adjusted by organic materials or inorganic materials, such as polymers, biomolecules, silica, metals, and others, that improve from its properties 2 .

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Structural and magnetic study of zincdoped magnetite nanopar

en Cubiclike shaped Zn x Fe 3x O 4 particles with crystallite mean sizes D between 15 and 117 nm were obtained by coprecipitation. Particle size effects and preferential occupation of spinel tetrahedral site by Zn 2 ions led to noticeable changes of physical properties.

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Magnetic Nanoparticles of Iron Carbide, Iron Oxide, Iron Iron

Ironbased nanoparticles can have useful magnetic and alytic properties. We investigated the synthesis of ironbased nanostructures by laser ablation of bulk iron with 1064 nm nanosecond pulses in the following organic solvents: tetrahydrofuran, acetonitrile, dimethylformamide, dimethylsulfoxide, toluene, and ethanol. Structural analysis carried out by transmission electron microscopy and X

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Colloidal polymercoated Zndoped iron oxide nanoparticles

Here, we report a water dispersible magnetic agent consisting of zincdoped superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles i.e., ZnSPIONs of 15 nm size with high saturation magnetization coated with an amphiphilic polymer for effective magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic hyperthermia of glioblastoma cells.

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Magnetic Nanoparticles: Current Trends and Future Aspects in

The cellular magnetic response and biocompatibility of biogenic zinc and cobaltdoped magnetite nanoparticles. Iron Oxide Magnetic for magnetic hyperthermia

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Emerging strategies in developing multifunctional

These MNPs were made of zincdoped iron oxide and surfacemodified with antibodies targeting the overexpressed death receptor 4 of DLD1 colon tumors. Upon applying a magnetic field, nanoparticle aggregation occurred, enhancing apoptotic signaling pathways and tumor death.

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Tailoring the hyperthermia potential of magnetite

A facile polyol approach for preparing lowCurietemperature TC gadoliniumdoped iron oxide nanoparticles GdIO NPs for targeted magnetic hyperthermia and chemotherapy coupled with T1T2 dual

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Stem cellbased gene therapy activated using magnetic

Fig. 1. Mild Magnetic HyperthermiaActivated Stem CellBased Gene Therapy. A MCNPs composed of a ZnFe 2O 4 magnetic nanoparticle MNP core and a mesoporous silica mSi shell i are functionalized with polyethyleneimine PEI to allow for complexing with a heatinducible therapeutic plasmid iieiii . The MCNPs enhance delivery of the heat

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Magnetic field triggered drug release from polymersomes for

11 , or release a drug in a controlled manner upon deformation in a magnetic field or due to hyperthermia in a HAMF 12 . It was previously demonstrated, using a combination of mesoporous silica nanoparticles and zincdoped iron oxide nanocrystals, loaded with

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Comprehensive understanding of magnetic hyperthermia for

Enhanced magnetic hyperthermia in iron oxide nanooctopods: size and anisotropy effects. J Phys Chem C. 2016120:83709 17. Lv Y, Yang Y, Fang J, Zhang H, Peng E, Liu X. et al. Size dependent magnetic hyperthermia of octahedral Fe 3 O 4 nanoparticles. RSC Adv. 20155:7676471 18.

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Zinc Iron Oxide Nanoparticles / Nanopowder AMERICAN ELEMENTS

Zinc Iron Oxide Nanopowder or Nanoparticles are typically lt 100 nm BET and lt 50 nm XRD . Zinc Iron Oxide Nanoparticles are also available in Ultra high purity and high purity and coated and dispersed forms. They are also available as a dispersion through the AE Nanofluid production group.

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Biosynthesis of Zinc Substituted Magnetite Nanoparticles with

A range of zincdoped magnetic nanoparticles containing varying concentrations of zinc were produced using biogenic reduction of Fe III Zn II bearing minerals by the bacterium Geobacter sulfurreducens. An increase of 56 and 52 in the saturation magnetization of the particles at 5 K and 300 K, respectively was achieved through a

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PDF Structure, Optical, and Magnetic Properties of

A comparative study of structural and magnetic properties for the Zn2 and La3 ions codoped magnetite nanoparticles of the general formula 1x Fe3O4:Zn:xLa, where x 0.0, 0.1, 0.15, 0.2, 0.25, and 0.3 was prepared via coprecipitation method under oxygen and nitrogen atmosphere. The stoichiometric ratios of the elements in the given general formula were proved and confirmed by both

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Structural and magnetic study of zincdoped magnetite

Magnetic nanoparticles MNPs are used in biomedical trials for several diagnosis and therapy appli ions Pankhurst et al 2009 .Magnetic hyperthermia therapy appears a promising technique for low invasive treatment of tumours, alone or by improving the efficiency of chemo Ren et al 2012 , radio MaierHauff et al 2011 and photodynamic therapies de Paula et al 2012 .

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Zinc doped copper ferrite particles as temperature sensors

In this paper, we study the use of Cu 1x Zn x Fe 2 O 4 a material close to that of iron oxide. This ferrite is easy to fabri e and has T C values that can be tuned by the composition. We find that Cu 0.35 Zn 0.65 Fe 2 O 4 has a T C near body temperature, and that it produces significant changes in MRI intensity as a function of temperature.

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Emerging strategies in developing multifunctional

These MNPs were made of zincdoped iron oxide and surfacemodified with antibodies targeting the overexpressed death receptor 4 of DLD1 colon tumors. Upon applying a magnetic field, nanoparticle aggregation occurred, enhancing apoptotic signaling pathways and tumor death.

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Tailoring the hyperthermia potential of magnetite

A facile polyol approach for preparing lowCurietemperature TC gadoliniumdoped iron oxide nanoparticles GdIO NPs for targeted magnetic hyperthermia and chemotherapy coupled with T1T2 dual

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Nanoparticlemediated magnetic hyperthermia is an effective

Here we evaluate magnetic hyperthermia, using iron oxide magnetic nanoparticles, as a localized, heatbased method to kill the humaninfective parasite in vitro. We assessed the effectiveness of

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Nanoparticles in biomedical appli ions

cer drugs. Iron oxide nanoparticles have been investigated for use in magnetic hyperthermia treatment 20,21,3146,55 , targeted drug delivery 4769 and contrast agents in magnetic resonance imaging MRI 930,34,41,56,62 . The magnetic properties of iron oxide nanoparticles can be improved by doping with

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Biosynthesis of Zinc Substituted Magnetite Nanoparticles with

A range of zincdoped magnetic nanoparticles containing varying concentrations of zinc were produced using biogenic reduction of Fe III Zn II bearing minerals by the bacterium Geobacter sulfurreducens. An increase of 56 and 52 in the saturation magnetization of the particles at 5 K and 300 K, respectively was achieved through a

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Embracing Defects and Disorder in Magnetic Nanoparticles

2.1 Designing the Ideal Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Magnetic Hyperthermia. Iron oxide nanoparticles transduce magnetic energy to heat through magnetic losses when exposed to external alternating magnetic fields. They can therefore serve as remotely activated, nanometric heat sources to eradi e cancer cells after being intracellularly engulfed.

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Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Biomedical Appli ions: A

Medical appli ions and biotechnological advances, including magnetic resonance imaging, cell separation and detection, tissue repair, magnetic hyperthermia and drug delivery, have strongly benefited from employing iron oxide nanoparticles IONPs

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Coprecipitation method of synthesis and characterization of

hyperthermia. 3. Magnetic nanoparticles display the phenomena of super paramagnetism, not keeping magnetism after the action of magnetic field offering advantage of risk of particle aggregation. 4. The magnetic particles obtained from magnetic transition metals iron, nickel and cobalt oxidized readily where as iron oxide like magnetite Fe. 3. O

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