Air pollution mostly originating from car exhaust and industrial emissions is seriously endangering human health. The study of toxic effects of particulate matter (PM) is a subject of very active research that covers a broad field from biology to chemistry and technology. The main issue of these works is the understanding of the oxidative properties of PM. In this paper, we present a quantitative analytical method based on the resonance Raman spectroscopy of cytocrome c that can be used to monitor the oxidative reactions that may take place between biological samples and PM.

Air pollution mostly originating from car exhaust and industrial emissions is seriously endangering human health. The study of toxic effects of particulate matter (PM) is a subject of very active research that covers a broad field from biology to chemistry and technology. The main issue of these works is the understanding of the oxidative properties of PM. In this paper, we present a quantitative analytical method based on the resonance Raman spectroscopy of cytocrome c that can be used to monitor the oxidative reactions that may take place between biological samples and PM.

Lucotti, A., Catelani, T., Ciriello, F., Gualtieri, M., Parenti, P., Camatini, M., et al. (2016). Resonant Raman-based cytochrome C biosensor as a tool for evaluating the oxidative properties of the diesel exhaust particulate matter. JOURNAL OF RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY, 47(7), 796-800 [10.1002/jrs.4905].

Resonant Raman-based cytochrome C biosensor as a tool for evaluating the oxidative properties of the diesel exhaust particulate matter

CIRIELLO, FRANCESCO
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GUALTIERI, MAURIZIO;PARENTI, PAOLO;CAMATINI, MARINA CARLA;
2016

Abstract

Air pollution mostly originating from car exhaust and industrial emissions is seriously endangering human health. The study of toxic effects of particulate matter (PM) is a subject of very active research that covers a broad field from biology to chemistry and technology. The main issue of these works is the understanding of the oxidative properties of PM. In this paper, we present a quantitative analytical method based on the resonance Raman spectroscopy of cytocrome c that can be used to monitor the oxidative reactions that may take place between biological samples and PM.
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Air pollution mostly originating from car exhaust and industrial emissions is seriously endangering human health. The study of toxic effects of particulate matter (PM) is a subject of very active research that covers a broad field from biology to chemistry and technology. The main issue of these works is the understanding of the oxidative properties of PM. In this paper, we present a quantitative analytical method based on the resonance Raman spectroscopy of cytocrome c that can be used to monitor the oxidative reactions that may take place between biological samples and PM.
biosensor; cytochrome C; diesel exhaust particulate; resonant Raman; superoxide;
Biosensor; Cytochrome C; Diesel exhaust particulate; Resonant Raman; Superoxide; Spectroscopy; Materials Science (all)
English
Lucotti, A., Catelani, T., Ciriello, F., Gualtieri, M., Parenti, P., Camatini, M., et al. (2016). Resonant Raman-based cytochrome C biosensor as a tool for evaluating the oxidative properties of the diesel exhaust particulate matter. JOURNAL OF RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY, 47(7), 796-800 [10.1002/jrs.4905].
Lucotti, A; Catelani, T; Ciriello, F; Gualtieri, M; Parenti, P; Camatini, M; Zerbi, G
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