Runze Liu

Runze Liu
Masaryk University | MUNI · Research Centre for Toxic Compounds in the Environment (RECETOX)

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Nanodiamonds (NDs) are a type of biocompatible nanomaterial with easily modified surfaces and are considered as promising candidates in biomedicine. In this work, the inhibition of tumor cell migration by carboxylated nanodiamonds (cNDs) was investigated. AFM-based single cell adhesion and F-actin staining experiments demonstrated that cNDs treatme...
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A water quality early-warning instrument for evaluating acute water toxicity based on the electrochemical biosensor, Model ETOX18-01, was developed and manufactured with the features of low current detection (0.1 nA), precise thermostatic control, self-cleaning as well as remote data transmission. A sensitive integrated microbial electrode, made up...
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Nanodiamonds and their modified derivatives attract wide attention in medical application for their excellent therapeutic efficacy as drug delivery platforms and unique optical properties as imaging probes. However, besides the well acknowledged good biocompatibility, little is known about their influence on cell migration. In present work, the eff...
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Conventional mediated electrochemical biosensors for toxicity assessment were almost based on 'one-pot' principle, i.e., mediators and the under-test chemicals were mixed together in the same vessel. In this process, the electron mediator is assumed to be merely an electron acceptor and cannot react with under-test toxicants. Actually,some under-te...
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In this study, the possible enhancement of radiosensitivity induced by nanodiamonds(NDs) is investigated. In this work, a potentialization of cytotoxicity after a co-exposure to NDs and irradiation using the human cervical cancer cell line (Hela cells) is shown. The combined exposure of 100 μg ml⁻¹ NDs and 4 Gy radiation decreases the rate of cell...

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