An Evolutionary and Environmental Perspective of the Interaction of Nanomaterials with the Immune System-The Outcomes of the EU Project PANDORA
Boraschi, Diana (editor)
The book collects scientific contributions aiming at describing the common mechanism, across living species, by which innate immunity interacts with nanomaterials with the goal of harnessing such interactions for improving environmental and human safety and exploiting them for modulating immunity in vaccination strategies.
Keywordsinnate immunity; infection; microbiome; survival; nanomaterials; nanoparticles; copper; earthworms; Eisenia fetida; cosmetic formulation; cosmetic lifecycle; hydrophobic compound; nano-TiO2; nano safety; marine invertebrate; metabolomics; avian pathogenic Escherichia coli; nanovaccine; outer membrane vesicles; immune response; broiler; earthworm; coelomocyte; TiO2 nanoparticles; reactive oxygen species; lipid peroxidation; alkaline comet assay; phagocytosis; apoptosis; gene expression; hemocytes; Mytilus; in vitro; scanning electron microscopy; innate memory; Schistosoma mansoni; monocytes; macrophages; vaccination; gold nanoparticles; cerium nanoparticles; woodlice; haemocyte; environmental models; human cells; markers; NPs testing; immune system; inflammation; tolerance; engineered nanomaterial (ENM); nanoparticle (NP); gold nanoparticle (AuNP); plant; Arabidopsis thaliana; plant growth; stress response; transcriptomics; proteomics; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022