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Type: Artigo de evento
Title: Nanoparticles In Treatment Of Thermal Injured Rats: Is It Safe?
Author: Melo P.S.
Marcato P.D.
Huber S.C.
Ferreira I.R.
Paula L.B.De.
Almeida A.B.A.
Duran N.
Torsoni S.
Seabra A.B.
Alves O.L.
Abstract: The aim of this study was to assess whether thermal trauma induced oxidative stress altered the balance between oxidant and antioxidant systems in the blood of burn wound rats in the absence and presence of silver nanoparticles and S-nitrosoglutathione, GSNO. Free silver nanoparticles, free GSNO and silver nanoparticles + GSNO had no cytotoxic effects. Under anesthesia, the shaved dorsum of the rats was exposed to 90°C (burn group) water bath. Studied compounds were administered topically immediately and at 28 days after the burn injury, four times a day. Silver nanoparticles and silver nanoparticles + GSNO were no toxic in vitro and in vivo. There were no significant differences in the levels of urea, creatinine, aminotransferases and hematological parameters, in control-burn groups (free silver nanoparticles) and treated-burn groups (free GSNO or silver nanoparticles + GSNO). There were no differences in lipid peroxidation and in the levels of protein carbonyls and glutathione, used as oxidative stress markers. A little inflammatory cell response, papillary dermis vascularization, fibroblasts differentiated into contractile myofibroblasts and the presence of a large amount of extracellular matrix were evidenced in treated groups following skin injury. These results indicate that silver nanoparticles and GSNO may provide an effective action on wound healing.
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Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/304/1/012027
Address: http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-80052049054&partnerID=40&md5=5026a53b685506af0f8854f68bd17860
Date Issue: 2011
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