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Silver nanoparticles are made wholly or partly from metallic silver, exist in various shapes, and range 1–100 nm in diameter. Their small size and ability to induce cell death through multiple mechanisms makes them fantastic pharmacological candidates.
Ingestion of nanoparticles at typical environmental levels unlikely to cause overt toxicity

Ingestion of nanoparticles at typical environmental levels unlikely to cause overt toxicity

EU-funded project examines environmental impact of nanosilver T-shirts

EU-funded project examines environmental impact of nanosilver T-shirts

New materials mimic mussel adhesive proteins for three medical applications

New materials mimic mussel adhesive proteins for three medical applications

Researchers show how ingesting too much silver can cause argyria

Researchers show how ingesting too much silver can cause argyria

Researchers settle controversy over the mechanism by which silver nanoparticles kill bacteria

Researchers settle controversy over the mechanism by which silver nanoparticles kill bacteria

Synthesis of silver nanoparticles from pomegranates

Synthesis of silver nanoparticles from pomegranates

Silver nanoparticles have high affinity for E. coli bacteria

Silver nanoparticles have high affinity for E. coli bacteria

Nanocomposite dental cavity-filling kills harmful bacteria

Nanocomposite dental cavity-filling kills harmful bacteria

Silver nanoparticles cause more damage to testicular cells

Silver nanoparticles cause more damage to testicular cells

New UCSB technology can identify cancerous prostate cells

New UCSB technology can identify cancerous prostate cells

Researchers develop new inexpensive way of filtering water with silver nanoparticles

Researchers develop new inexpensive way of filtering water with silver nanoparticles

Silver nanoparticle coated 'killer paper' for food packaging

Silver nanoparticle coated 'killer paper' for food packaging

NIST team demonstrates a method for controlling different-sized nanoparticle production

NIST team demonstrates a method for controlling different-sized nanoparticle production

Nanosilver used in medications as early as 1889

Nanosilver used in medications as early as 1889

Silver studded bacteria could help treat common cold and flu

Silver studded bacteria could help treat common cold and flu

An overview of ESA-s Annual Meeting

An overview of ESA-s Annual Meeting

Fastest growing waste in the EU could help combat hospital infections: Scientists

Fastest growing waste in the EU could help combat hospital infections: Scientists

Silver nanoparticles effective at killing all kinds of bacteria

Silver nanoparticles effective at killing all kinds of bacteria

New medical imaging technique using pulsed laser and nanocages

New medical imaging technique using pulsed laser and nanocages

Ensuring medication compliance in clinical trials: Pill capsules with microchips to signal ingestion

Ensuring medication compliance in clinical trials: Pill capsules with microchips to signal ingestion