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According to the news editors, the research concluded: "This study provides a new insight into uptake and cellular trafficking of subtoxic concentrations of nanoparticles that may, due to prolonged retention times in the cells, pose risks by potentially becoming available to higher trophic levels."
For more information on this research see: Uptake, localization and clearance of quantum dots in ciliated protozoa Tetrahymena thermophila. Environmental Pollution, 2014;190():58-64. Environmental Pollution can be contacted at:
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