Toxicological and public good considerations for the regulation of nanomaterial-containing medical products
Increasing research interest in the new and unusual of properties nanotechnology-related pharmaceuticals and medical devices has led to international and national reviews of safety regulation. Significant considerations emerging here are the relative paucity of metrological and toxicological data, as well as the absence of adequate funding and standardized approaches for its acquisition. Some areas are better researched, such as the toxicity of carbon nanotubes and use of engineered nanoparicle...[Show more]
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