About Biological Nanoparticles and Microparticles
Biological nano- and micro- particles refers to the group of bodies (cells, viruses, vesicles) ranging from 1-1000 nm in size. This encompasses bacteria, algae, plankton, viruses, chromosomes, and extracellular vesicles including oncosomes, exosomes, and microvesicles. A couple of examples: Increasingly, scientists are researching the power of extracellular vesicles as a non-invasive indicator of certain diseases and cancers, as an intercellular communication channel whereby the cargoes control basic cellular functions, and as a potential drug delivery mechanism. Marine scientists are able to utilize advanced sensitivity to determine minute differences between phytoplankton populations and to visualize ocean viruses ahead of genetic characterization.
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