9 May 2016 The delayed luminescence spectroscopy as tool to investigate the cytotoxic effect on human cancer cells of drug-loaded nanostructured lipid carrier
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The first results concerning the possibility to use Delayed Luminescence spectroscopy to evaluate the in vitro induction of cytotoxic effects on human glioblastoma cells of nanostructured lipid carrier and drug-loaded nanostructured lipid carrier are showed in this contribution. We tested the effects of nanostructured lipid carrier, ferulic acid and ferulic acidloaded nanostructured lipid carrier on U-87MG cell line. The study seems to confirm the ability of Delayed Luminescence to be sensible indicator of alterations induced on functionality of the mitochondrial respiratory chain complex I in U-87MG cancer cells when treated with nanostructured lipid carriers.
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R. Grasso, R. Grasso, M. Gulino, M. Gulino, A. Scordino, A. Scordino, F. Musumeci, F. Musumeci, A. Campisi, A. Campisi, R. Bonfanti, R. Bonfanti, C. Carbone, C. Carbone, G. Puglisi, G. Puglisi, } "The delayed luminescence spectroscopy as tool to investigate the cytotoxic effect on human cancer cells of drug-loaded nanostructured lipid carrier", Proc. SPIE 9887, Biophotonics: Photonic Solutions for Better Health Care V, 988723 (9 May 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2227514; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2227514
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