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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Toxicity Of Fungal-generated Silver Nanoparticles To Soil-inhabiting Pseudomonas Putida Kt2440, A Rhizospheric Bacterium Responsible For Plant Protection And Bioremediation.
Author: Gupta, Indarchand R
Anderson, Anne J
Rai, Mahendra
Abstract: Silver nanoparticles have attracted considerable attention due to their beneficial properties. But toxicity issues associated with them are also rising. The reports in the past suggested health hazards of silver nanoparticles at the cellular, molecular, or whole organismal level in eukaryotes. Whereas, there is also need to examine the exposure effects of silver nanoparticle to the microbes, which are beneficial to humans as well as environment. The available literature suggests the harmful effects of physically and chemically synthesised silver nanoparticles. The toxicity of biogenically synthesized nanoparticles has been less studied than physically and chemically synthesised nanoparticles. Hence, there is a greater need to study the toxic effects of biologically synthesised silver nanoparticles in general and mycosynthesized nanoparticles in particular. In the present study, attempts have been made to assess the risk associated with the exposure of mycosynthesized silver nanoparticles on a beneficial soil microbe Pseudomonas putida. KT2440. The study demonstrates mycosynthesis of silver nanoparticles and their characterisation by UV-vis spectrophotometry, FTIR, X-ray diffraction, nanosight LM20 - a particle size distribution analyzer and TEM. Silver nanoparticles obtained herein were found to exert the hazardous effect at the concentration of 0.4μg/ml, which warrants further detailed investigations concerning toxicity.
Subject: Mycosynthesis
Pseudomonas Putida Biosensor
Silver Nanoparticles
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2014.11.044
Date Issue: 2015
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