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NANOMEDICINE FORMULATIONS FOR RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS BY INHALATION DELIVERY – COVID-19 AND BEYOND. “The formulations could be used to control local outbreaks of COVID-19 via early stage home treatment.  The dosage is highly sensitive to the silver nanoparticle size, with 3nm – 7nm being the optimal size, smaller than the ~10- 100 nm size of all experiments in the published literature.”   

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Oron Zachar, Ph.D, Vytonic Medical Ltd. Tel Aviv, Israel,

 The Truth Of Collodial Silver And Its Abilities

it is known scientifically to kill at least 650 known virus, bacteria, fungus, parasites, molds etc in lab tests
It is always better to make your own fresh solution rather then buying it in store. Also you can control the PPM.
Fear mongering is there to discourage anyone from trying it, and after all it could take money out of their pockets. 
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Banishing Disease with unlimited Amounts of Colloidal Silver

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Colloidal Nano Silver-Its Production Method, Properties, Standards and its Bio-efficacy as an Inorganic Antibiotic by Hans Laroo, Australia.

https://www.hanslarooresearch.com/research/colloidal-silver

HERE IS THE RESEARCH THAT THE FDA AND FTC WERE HIDING; COVID TREATMENT CONCEALED, about the safety and effectiveness of nano-silver. Friday, July 17, 2020
https://beforeitsnews.com/health/2020/07/here-is-the-research-that-the-fda-and-ftc-was-hiding-3032373.html.

Synthesis and Application of Silver Nanoparticles (Ag NPs) for the Prevention of Infection in Healthcare Workers:  Silver is easily available and is known to have microbicidal effect; moreover, it does not impose any adverse effects on the human body. In addition to their bactericidal activity, small Ag NPs (<10 nm in diameter) can pass the B-B barrier, likely providing protection against brain damage.

Int. J. Mol. Sci. 201920(15), 3620; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms20153620

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Silver Nanoparticles as Potential Antiviral Agents
Molecules. 2011 Oct; 16(10): 8894–8918.
Published online 2011 Oct 24. doi: 10.3390/molecules16108894
PMCID: PMC6264685
PMID: 22024958
Silver Nanoparticles as Potential Antiviral Agents also at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6264685/

Stefania Galdiero,2,3,4 Annarita Falanga,2 Mariateresa Vitiello,1 Marco Cantisani,2 Veronica Marra,1 and Massimiliano Galdiero1,3,*

Silver nanoparticles: the powerful nanoweapon against multidrug‐resistant bacteria: Journal of Applied Microbiology ISSN 1364-5072

M.K. Rai S.D. Deshmukh A.P. Ingle A.K. Gade11 February 2012

https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2672.2012.05253.x

Characterization of enhanced antibacterial effects of novel silver nanoparticles

Siddhartha Shrivastava1,5, Tanmay Bera2,5, Arnab Roy1, Gajendra Singh3, P Ramachandrarao4 and Debabrata Dash1,6

Published 4 May 2007 • IOP Publishing Ltd
NanotechnologyVolume 18Number 22   https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/0957-4484/18/22/225103/meta

Silver Makes Antibiotics Thousands of Times More Effective: The antimicrobial treatment could help to solve modern bacterial resistance Now, a team led by James Collins, a biomedical engineer at Boston University in Massachusetts, has described how silver can disrupt bacteria, and shown that the ancient treatment could help to deal with the thoroughly modern scourge of antibiotic resistance. The work is published today in Science Translational Medicine. And at
https://www.nature.com/news/silver-makes-antibiotics-thousands-of-times-more-effective-1.13232 
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/silver-makes-antibiotics-thousands-of-times-more-effective/

Synthesis and Application of Silver Nanoparticles (Ag NPs) for the Prevention of Infection in Healthcare Workers:  Silver is easily available and is known to have microbicidal effects when ingested orally; moreover, it does not impose any adverse effects on the human body. In addition to their bactericidal activity, small Ag NanoParticles (<10 nm in diameter) can pass the blood-brain barrier to inactivate the herpes and other microbes now known to be implicated in Alzheimer’s.

Int. J. Mol. Sci. 201920(15), 3620; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms20153620

https://www.mdpi.com/1422-0067/20/15/3620

Antibacterial Activity of Nanosilver Ions and Particles. The antibacterial activity of nanosilver was dominated by Ag(+) ions when fine Ag nanoparticles (less than about 10 nm in average diameter) were employed that release high concentrations of Ag(+) ions.  Environ Sci Technol, 44 (14), 5649-54  2010 Jul 15
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20583805/

Georgios A Sotiriou 1Sotiris E Pratsinis

The biological effects and possible modes of action of nanosilver.

Völker C, Oetken M, Oehlmann J.Rev Environ Contam Toxicol. 2013;223:81-106. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4614-5577-6_4.PMID: 23149813 Review.  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23149813/

Nanosilver: a nanoproduct in medical application.

Chen X, Schluesener HJ.Toxicol Lett. 2008 Jan 4;176(1):1-12. doi: 10.1016/j.toxlet.2007.10.004. Epub 2007 Oct 16.  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18022772/

Metal-Based Nanoparticles as Antimicrobial Agents: An Overview.

Sánchez-López E, Gomes D, Esteruelas G, Bonilla L, Lopez-Machado AL, Galindo R, Cano A, Espina M, Ettcheto M, Camins A, Silva AM, Durazzo A, Santini A, Garcia ML, Souto EB.Nanomaterials (Basel). 2020 Feb 9;10(2):292. doi: 10.3390/nano10020292. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32050443/

Effects of Silver Nanoparticles on Multiple Drug-Resistant Strains of Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa from Mastitis-Infected Goats: An Alternative Approach for Antimicrobial Therapy.

Yuan YG, Peng QL, Gurunathan S.Int J Mol Sci. 2017 Mar 6;18(3):569. doi: 10.3390/ijms18030569.PMID: 28272303 Free PMC article.

Antimicrobial activity of the metals and metal oxide nanoparticles.

Dizaj SM, Lotfipour F, Barzegar-Jalali M, Zarrintan MH, Adibkia K.Mater Sci Eng C Mater Biol Appl. 2014 Nov;44:278-84. doi: 10.1016/j.msec.2014.08.031. Epub 2014 Aug 16.PMID: 25280707 Review.

Mechanistic study on antibacterial action of zinc oxide nanoparticles synthesized using green route.

Happy Agarwal, Soumya Menon, Venkat Kumar S, Rajeshkumar S.Chem Biol Interact. 2018 Apr 25;286:60-70. doi: 10.1016/j.cbi.2018.03.008. Epub 2018 Mar 15.PMID: 29551637 Review.

Spectrum of Antimicrobial Activity Associated With Ionic Colloidal Silver 
J Altern Complement Med, 19 (3), 224-31 Mar 2013  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23017226/

Kira Morrill 1Kathleen MayDaniel LeekNicole LanglandLa Deana JeaneJose VenturaCorey SkubiszSean SchererEric LopezEphraim CrockerRachel PetersJohn OertleKrystine NguyenScott JustMichael OrianMeaghan HumphreyDavid PayneBertram JacobsRobert WatersJeffrey Langland

The truth about silver.  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15499162/

Ovington LG.Ostomy Wound Manage. 2004 Sep;50(9A Suppl):1S-10S.

The bactericidal effect of silver nanoparticles
Nanotechnology 16 (2005) 2346–2353

 Jose Ruben Morones1, Jose Luis Elechiguerra1, Alejandra Camacho2, Katherine Holt3, Juan B Kouri4 , Jose Tapia Ram´ırez5 and Miguel Jose Yacaman1,2 1 Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX 78712,

Bactericidal effect of silver nanoparticles against multidrug-resistant bacteria Humberto H. Lara • N  World J Microbiol Biotechnol (2010) 26:615–621

Antibacterial activity of silver nanoparticles: sensitivity of different Salmonella serovars

Front. Microbiol., 26 May 2014 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2014.00227

https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmicb.2014.00227/full

Colloidal Silver – Articles
The following articles can help give you a wider perspective and insight into the many attributes and unique properties of colloidal silver.

1Lunar Influences on the Electrochemical Production of Colloidal Silver by Michael Theroux

2 “The Return of Silver in Medicine: Colloidal Silver – Nature’s Alternative to Antibiotics”, Health Newsline

3 “A Closer Look At Colloidal Silver”, by Peter Lindemann

4 “Suppressed Miracle Drug Re-Discovered”, by Steve LaFontaine

5 “What Exactly Is colloidal silver?”, by Martin Robey

6 “Usage”, by Ken Adachi

7 “Medical & Non-Medical Uses”, by Martin Robey

8 “A Few Unique Plus Traditional Uses For Silver Colloid”, by Dr. Robert C. Beck

9 “Report: Colloidal Silver”, Vol. 15 No. 4 Health Consciousness Magazine

10″Colloidal Silver – Universal Internal/External Antibiotic”, ECHO News

Silver as an Antimicrobial Agent: “Silver nanoparticles have been heavily studied as antimicrobial materials. Their simple synthesis and highly effective observed antibacterial activity make them a very attractive form of silver administration.  “Drinking Water recycling systems on the Mir space station and NASA shuttles have used silver as an effective water disinfectant,”

https://microbewiki.kenyon.edu/index.php/Silver_as_an_Antimicrobial_Agent#Attack_on_Gram-positive_vs._Gram-negative

There is an abundance of competent and reliable scientific evidence  listed here

Natural Products Association (NPA) and Council for Responsible Nutrition,

Research on the use of Colloidal Silver for cancer treatment:

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Silver Nanoparticles as Potential Antiviral Agents

Silver Nanoparticles as Potential Antiviral Agents Molecules. 2011 Oct; 16(10): 8894–8918.

Published online 2011 Oct 24. doi: 10.3390/molecules16108894

PMCID: PMC6264685

PMID: 22024958

Silver Nanoparticles as Potential Antiviral Agents https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6264685/
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Evaluation of a new Argovit as an antiviral agent included in feed to protect the shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei against White Spot Syndrome Virus infection

Colloidal Silver in the News

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Articles sourced from reputable sources on the internet relating to Silver and Colloidal Silver.

Colloidal silver cures MRSA infections, purifies water, destroys candida and fights the flu – In spite of FDA ban

More than 90 years ago doctors and health practitioners discovered the life-saving, disinfectant and germicidal properties in colloidal silver. Anecdotal evidence has confirmed its efficacy as a natural antibiotic, anti-viral and anti-fungal agent. The FDA, however, doesn’t agree and ruled in 1999 that all colloidal silver products sold over-the-counter are…

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New Silver Nanoparticle Skin Gel For Healing Burns

Scientists in India are reporting successful laboratory tests of a new and potentially safer alternative to silver-based gels applied to the skin of burn patients to treat infections. With names like silver sulfadiazine and silver nitrate, these germ-fighters save lives and speed healing. The researchers describe gel composed of silver…

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Silver Nanoparticles Show ‘Immense Potential’ In Prevention Of Blood Clots

Scientists are reporting discovery of a potential new alternative to aspirin, ReoPro, and other anti-platelet agents used widely to prevent blood clots in coronary artery disease, heart attack and stroke. Their study involves particles of silver — 1/50,000th the diameter of a human hair — that are injected into the bloodstream. Debabrata…

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·         Colloidal silver is an antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral miracle.

Silver has been used since ancient Greek and Roman times as an antimicrobial, for preserving foods and liquids and medicinally. Then, in the early Twentieth Century, allopathic medicine monopolized all medical practice, favoring only synthetic pharmaceuticals. As the medical monopoly’s antibiotic wave began to lose favor among some, silver products…

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in-the-news-silverArticles and News sourced from reputable sources on the internet relating to Colloids of Copper, Nano Gold, Silver and Zinc.

Colloidal silver is an antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral miracle.

Silver has been used since ancient Greek and Roman times as an antimicrobial, for preserving foods and liquids and medicinally. Then, in the early Twentieth Century, allopathic medicine monopolized all medical practice, favoring only synthetic pharmaceuticals. As the medical monopoly’s antibiotic wave began to lose favor among some, silver products…

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Research Shows Colloidal Metals Fight Arthritis

Harvard Medical School Researchers Discover How Gold and Other Medicinal Metals in its Class Function Against Rheumatoid Arthritis and other Autoimmune Diseases Finding Makes Possible A New, More Effective Generation of Gold-based Drugs With Fewer Side Effects   Gold compounds have been used for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and…

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Effect of Colloidal Metallic Gold on Cognitive Functions: A Pilot Study

Abstract:  In order to evaluate the effect of colloidal metallic gold on cognitive functions, the revised Wechsler Intelligence scales battery of tests (WAIS-R) was administered to 5 subjects aged 15 to 45 years, before, after 4 weeks on colloidal gold at 30 mg/day and again 1 to 3 months off…

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Highest purity colloidal and ionic minerals 

What are colloids?

Colloids are trace elements that are dissolved as tiny particles in a liquid. The best known is probably the colloidal silver, but also colloidal gold, silicon and magnesium are becoming increasingly common.

The colloid contains precious metals such as gold or silver in its purest form. It contains not only electrically neutral particles, but also electrically charged ions. These are small particles that can be added to another substance. We encounter colloids – the small particles – every day and are often found in ointments or cosmetic products. Since the particles do not dissolve in a liquid, they can excel in the human body. This means that colloids such as silver and gold are suitable for a number of treatment and application areas. Many people no longer want to do without colloidal minerals in their travel and medicine cabinet.

Functions and benefits of colloidal minerals

What are the concentrations of colloidal minerals?

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What functions and advantages do colloids offer?

Colloids were used centuries ago by our ancestors to detoxify the body with the tiny particles it contains. Silver in particular has long been known for its disinfectant properties and has always been used for various purposes. But other colloidal solutions also have properties that “help” the body in many ways.

Colloidal minerals can help the body build up bones, hair and skin, for example, and thereby enrich the body’s mineral balance.

What many people are not aware of is that the human body contains a large number of different precious metals, such as gold and silver. These precious metals are responsible, among other things, for the regeneration of damaged tissue. With colloids, such as gold or other precious metals, undersupply can be counteracted or prevented. 

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 What are the concentrations of colloidal minerals?

With colloidal minerals such as gold, copper or silver, the concentration is measured in ppm. This abbreviation stands for parts per million. This term actually refers to the active ingredient content (gold, copper or silver) in one million parts of water. For colloidal minerals, this is the weight ratio between the mineral and the water in mg / kg. Since 1 liter of water weighs 1 kg, the specification of 25 ppm means, for example, that 25 milligrams of silver are suspended in 1 liter of water.

Personal Protective Equipment
Due to the unique synergistic properties of the complex of silver, zinc and copper ions, the tool “Antivirol” effectively neutralize on surfaces (floor, furniture, door handles, toys, tableware, plumbing, carpets, etc.) viruses, bacteria and other pathogens.

Sumerian Silver is an effective sanitizer for sanitary gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria,
including bacteria from the group of Escherichia coli, staphylococci,

streptococci, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, salmonella, viruses and fungi.

Leaves a deposit of ions causing prolongation of protection for 72 hours as opposed to alcohol and chlorine solutions which rapidly evaporate and also irritate skin.

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 Kabbalah water highly organized structure, crystal-like sacred geometric formations and a fractal design  special molecular structure.”  water with positive energy beyond the physical, so that it has healing powers.” Not based on accepted science  the blessings performed over the water change its molecular structure and imbue it with supernatural healing powers. for the spiritual growth of humankind. Similar energies as Marian Water

SILVER IS A BROAD SPECTRUM ANTI-VIRAL BY PAUL MAHER, MD

2020-04-01 AARON MURAKAMI 6 COMMENTS

Here is an authoritative paper by Paul Maher, MD, a contributor to http://energyscienceforum.com and it is jam-packed with accurate information as well as a lot of references.

This is provided for informational purposes only and we recommend that you follow your own doctor’s medical advice.  Get the paper in PDF format here: Silver is a Broad Spectrum Antiviral

 Silver nanoparticles as a new generation of antimicrobials – ScienceDirect  https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0734975008000918?via%3Dihub

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6264685/

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24093667/

Oligodynamic Effect of Silver Nanoparticles: a Review  Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) over the last few years have gained immense reputation as the next-generation antibiotics owing to their broad-spectrum activity against the disease-causing microbes which has been also extended against the highly evolved MDR strains. Also known to support the synergistic effect in combination with various commercially used antibiotics, the potential of AgNPs could be extensively exploited to gradually replace the old-generation drugs that certainly have lost their tooth against the resistant microbes.
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Y Sun, C An – Frontiers of Materials Science, 2011 – Springer

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Controlling anisotropic nanoparticle growth through plasmon excitation

R Jin, YC Cao, E Hao, GS Métraux, GC Schatz… – Nature2003 – nature.com

… Controlling anisotropic nanoparticle growth through plasmon excitation … described photoinduced
method 23 for converting silver nanospheres into triangular silver nanocrystals—so … growth process
is controlled using dual-beam illumination of the nanoparticles, and appears to …

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Photochemically grown silver nanoparticles with wavelength-controlled size and shape

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… in issue 1 November 2003. https://doi.org/10.1021/nl034757a. Copyright © 2003 American
Chemical … Figure 2 Sample evolution and results of photochemical silver nanoparticle preparation
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Self-organized silver nanoparticles for three-dimensional plasmonic crystals

AR Tao, DP Ceperley, P Sinsermsuksakul… – Nano …, 2008 – ACS Publications

… Received22 September 2008; Published online18 October 2008; Published in issue … intense field
localization (>700 I o ) are facilitated by nanoparticle arrangement, exhibit … Colloidal dispersions
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Antimicrobial effects of silver nanoparticles

JS Kim, E Kuk, KN Yu, JH Kim, SJ Park, HJ Lee… – … , Biology and Medicine, 2007 – Elsevier

The antimicrobial effects of silver (Ag) ion or salts are well known, but the effects of Ag
nanoparticles on microorganisms and antimicrobial mechanism have not been revealed
clearly. Stable Ag nanoparticles were prepared and their shape and size distribution …

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[HTML] Synthesis and antimicrobial effects of silver nanoparticles produced by chemical reduction method

N Samadi, SV Hosseini, A Fazeli… – DARU Journal of …, 2010 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

Methods Silver nanoparticles (NPs) were prepared by reduction of silver nitrate in the
presence of a reducing agent and also poly [N-vinylpyrolidone](PVP) as a stabilizer. Two
kinds of NPs were synthesized by ethylene glycol (EG) and glucose as reducing agent. The …

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Soil components mitigate the antimicrobial effects of silver nanoparticles towards a beneficial soil bacterium, Pseudomonas chlororaphis O6

AJ Calder, CO DimkpaJE McLeanDW Britt… – Science of the total …, 2012 – Elsevier

Abstract Silver nanoparticles (Ag NPs) are widely used for their antimicrobial activity and
consequently the particles will become environmental contaminants. This study evaluated in
sand and soil matrices the toxicity of 10 nm spherical Ag NPs (1 and 3 mg Ag/L) toward a …

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[PDF] A novel approach for studying the combined antimicrobial effects of silver nanoparticles and antibiotics through agar over layer method and disk diffusion …

G Geoprincy, P Saravanan, NN Gandhi… – Digest Journal of …, 2011 – chalcogen.ro

Since most of the antibiotics seem to be less sensitive to many organisms, researchers
started finding a new potential antimicrobial agent [1]. With this respect, silver and silver
based compounds are having strong bacteriocidal and fungicidal activity [2, 3, 4] …

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Antimicrobial effects of silver nanoparticles against bacterial cells adhered to stainless steel surfaces

EA Araujo, NJ AndradeLHM da Silva… – Journal of food …, 2012 – jfoodprotection.org

Given the increasing number of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and the need to synthesize new
antimicrobials, silver has attracted interest in the scientific community because of its
recognized antimicrobial activity. This study aimed to evaluate the antimicrobial effects of …

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Effects of silver nanoparticles on wastewater biofilms

Z ShengY Liu – Water research, 2011 – Elsevier

… Previous studies have shown that microbial biofilms are more tolerant to antimicrobial agents
than are planktonic bacteria (Davies, 2003, Liu et al … Therefore, the antibacterial effect of Ag-NPs
on wastewater biofilms may be significantly different from the effects of Ag-NPs …

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Antimicrobial effects of silver zeolite, silver zirconium phosphate silicate and silver zirconium phosphate against oral microorganisms

S Saengmee-Anupharb, T Srikhirin… – Asian Pacific journal of …, 2013 – Elsevier

… inorganic materials in the form of AgZ, AgZrPSi and AgZrP had antimicrobial effects against all …
SL Percival, J Thomas, S Linton, T Okel, L Corum, W SloneThe antimicrobial efficacy of … HH Lara,
NV Ayala-Nunez, L Ixtepan-Turrent, C Rodriguez-PadillaBactericidal effect of silver …

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Fabrication of silver nanoparticles and their antimicrobial mechanisms

HY Song, KK Ko, LH Oh, BT Lee – Eur Cells Mater, 2006 – thesilveredge.com

… However, the exact mechanism of the antimicrobial effects of silver is still unknown … To examine
the bactericidal effect of silver nanoparticles on Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus …
Antimicrobial mechanisms of nanosilver were different according to the species of bacteria …

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[HTML] Antimicrobial effects of silver nanoparticles stabilized in solution by sodium alginate

A Kubyshkin, D Chegodar, A Katsev… – … & molecular biology …, 2016 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

Methods Isolates of pathogenic bacteria obtained from bronchoalveolar and peritoneal
lavage samples from Wistar rats with experimental pneumonia and peritonitis were tested for
their susceptibility to silver nanoparticles in solution with an alginate stabilizer. The …

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Silver nanoparticles as a safe preservative for use in cosmetics

S Kokura, O Handa, T Takagi, T Ishikawa… – … , Biology and Medicine, 2010 – Elsevier

… death of HaCaT keratinocytes (Figure 3, A). MP at a concentration of 0.003% to 0.03% had no
effect on cell … (A) UVB-induced apoptosis in silver (Ag) nanoparticle … It is known that Ag ions and
Ag-based compounds have strong antimicrobial effects.3, 7 However, these Ag-based …

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Antimicrobial effects of silver nanoparticles synthesized by an electrochemical method

RR Khaydarov, RA Khaydarov, O Gapurova… – … Materials for Advanced …, 2009 – Springer

The paper deals with the authors’ research in the field of antimicrobial properties of silver
nanoparticles obtained by a novel electrochemical technique, which provides low minimum
inhibitory concentration (MIC) values as well as a high efficacy of nanosilver as an …

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[PDF] The comparison of antimicrobial effects of silver nanoparticles (SNP) and silver nitrate (AgNO3) to extend the vase life of ‘Red Ribbon’cut rose flowers

M Hatami, A Hatamzadeh, M Ghasemnezhad… – Trakia Journal of …, 2013 – uni-sz.bg

In this research antimicrobial effects of silver nanoparticles (SNP, 33 nm) and silver nitrate
(AgNO3) was evaluated on the vase life of Red Ribbon cut rose flowers. Pulse treatment
was carried out with 50 mg L-1 SNP and AgNO3 with and without 5% sucrose and distilled …

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Optical properties and antimicrobial effects of silver nanoparticles synthesized by femtosecond laser photoreduction

D dos Santos Courrol, CRB Lopes… – Optics & Laser …, 2018 – Elsevier

Silver nanoparticles exhibit a powerful antimicrobial action showing a pronounced potential
to be widely used against drug resistance bacteria. The present work describes the optical
properties and antimicrobial effect of silver nanoparticles produced by femtosecond laser …

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Synthesis; characterization and antimicrobial effects of composites based on multi-substituted hydroxyapatite and silver nanoparticles

A Mocanu, G Furtos, S Rapuntean, O Horovitz… – Applied Surface …, 2014 – Elsevier

Nano hydroxyapatite doped with zinc (0.2 wt%), silver (0.25 wt%) and gold (0.025
wt%),(HAP), has been obtained by an innovative wet chemical approach, coupled with a
reduction process for silver and gold. The synthesized multi-substituted nano HAP was …

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Deposition of silver nanoparticles on multiwalled carbon nanotubes grafted with hyperbranched poly (amidoamine) and their antimicrobial effects

W Yuan, G Jiang, J Che, X Qi, R Xu… – The Journal of …, 2008 – ACS Publications

A nanohybrid comprising silver nanoparticles within third-generation dendritic poly
(amidoamine)(PAMAM) grafted onto multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) was applied
as an antimicrobial agent in solution. The high abundance of amine groups on the …

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[PDF] Antimicrobial effects of silver nanoparticles mediated cosmetic cream and cotton gauze on candida strains

A Al-sherbini, SS Ragab… – Journal of Pharmachy and …, 2015 – researchgate.net

A simple one step rapid synthetic route is described for the preparation of silver
nanoparticles by reduction of silver nitrate (AgNO3) using cotton gauze in aqueous solution
and oleic acid which acts as reducing and capping agent. Oleic acid coated silver …

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Green synthesis, antimicrobial and cytotoxic effects of silver nanoparticles using Eucalyptus chapmaniana leaves extract

GM SulaimanWH Mohammed, TR Marzoog… – Asian Pacific journal of …, 2013 – Elsevier

Objective To synthesize silver nanopaticles from leaves extract of Eucalyptus chapmaniana
(E. chapmaniana) and test the antimicrobial of the nanoparticles against different pathogenic
bacteria, yeast and its toxicity against human acute promyelocytic leukemia (HL-60) cell line …

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[HTML] The effects of silver nanoparticles on antimicrobial activity of ProRoot mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) and calcium enriched mixture (CEM)

N Jonaidi-Jafari, M Izadi, P Javidi – Journal of clinical and …, 2016 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

Background Although, mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) and new experimental cement
(CEM) are good root filling cements, but had no or low antimicrobial activities. The aim of this
study was to evaluate the effects of addition of silver nanoparticles (SNP) to these two …

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Antimicrobial effects of commercial silver nanoparticles are attenuated in natural streamwater and sediment

BP Colman, SY Wang, M Auffan, MR Wiesner… – Ecotoxicology, 2012 – Springer

Given the demonstrated antimicrobial properties of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs), and the
key role that microorganisms play in performing critical ecosystem functions such as
decomposition and nutrient cycling, there is growing concern that AgNP pollution may …

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Antibacterial activity, inflammatory response, coagulation and cytotoxicity effects of silver nanoparticles

F Martínez-Gutierrez, EP Thi, JM Silverman… – … , Biology and Medicine, 2012 – Elsevier

… a diarrheal isolate of the prevalent food-borne pathogen C. jejuni, further demonstrating general
efficacy of this antimicrobial strategy … concentrations of the 24 nm AgNPs (67 μg/mL; 20 times
that used for MICs), no effect on coagulation … Figure 6. Effects of AgNPs on coagulation …

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The inhibitory effects of silver nanoparticles, silver ions, and silver chloride colloids on microbial growth

O Choi, KK Deng, NJ Kim, L Ross Jr, RY Surampalli… – Water research, 2008 – Elsevier

… Because of their effective antimicrobial properties and low toxicity toward mammalian cells, Ag
NPs have become … At present, little is known about the adverse effects of Ag NPs on wastewater
treatment and … The inhibitory effect of Ag + is believed to be due to its sorption to the …

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Synergistic effects between silver nanoparticles and antibiotics and the mechanisms involved

I Hwang, JH Hwang, H Choi… – Journal of medical …, 2012 – microbiologyresearch.org

… To examine the antimicrobial activity of nano-Ags, alone and in conjunction with ampicillin … To
investigate the antibiofilm effects of nano-Ags and their combination with antibiotics, bacterial
cells … of biofilm formation determined using the TCP method, showing the effect of addition …

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Inhibition effects of silver nanoparticles against powdery mildews on cucumber and pumpkin

K Lamsa, SW Kim, JH Jung, YS Kim, KS Kim… – Mycobiology, 2011 – Taylor & Francis

… Nanoparticle development has restored interest in the antimicrobial effects of metals, which
declined following the … However, studies on the antimicrobial activity of silver nano particles have
been performed mostly … Effect of silver nanoparticles against powdery mildew in pumpkin …

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An investigation into the effects of silver nanoparticles on antibiotic resistance of naturally occurring bacteria in an estuarine sediment

M Mühling, A Bradford, JW Readman… – Marine environmental …, 2009 – Elsevier

… These results contrast previous findings where antimicrobial effects of Ag-NPs on key … The
negligible effects demonstrated on bacterial populations under the selected estuarine conditions,
provide important information on no observed effect concentrations (NOECs …

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Inhibitory effects of silver nanoparticles in two green algae, Chlorella vulgaris and Dunaliella tertiolecta

A Oukarroum, S Bras, F Perreault, R Popovic – … and environmental safety, 2012 – Elsevier

… 396-409. Google Scholar. Boyle, 1984 TP BoyleThe effect of environmental contaminants on
aquatic algae. LE … Antimicrobial effects of silver nanoparticles … DY Lyon, S. Mahendra, MJ
McLaughlin, JR LeadNanomaterials in the environment: behavior, fate, bioavailability, and effects …

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The effects of silver nanoparticles on fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas) embryos

G Laban, LF NiesRF TurcoJW Bickham… – Ecotoxicology, 2010 – Springer

… Silver NPs are known for their high antimicrobial properties (Sondi and Salopek-Sondi 2004;
Baker … concentration of dissolved Ag released from Ag NPs were causing the toxic effects observed,
we … In addition, Ag NPs are known to have a different toxic effect on micro-organisms …

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Synergistic antimicrobial effects of polyaniline combined with silver nanoparticles

Q Jia, S Shan, L Jiang, Y Wang… – Journal of Applied …, 2012 – Wiley Online Library

Abstract Silver/polyaniline nanocomposites (Ag NPs/PANI) containing PANI nanofiber and
Ag nanoparticles were synthesized by one‐step approach without using any extra reducing
agent or surfactant and applied to new antimicrobial agents. Morphologies and crystallinity …

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Antibacterial effects of silver nanoparticles on gram-negative bacteria: influence on the growth and biofilms formation, mechanisms of action

MA Radzig, VA Nadtochenko, OA Koksharova… – Colloids and Surfaces B …, 2013 – Elsevier

… If antimicrobial action is due to the Ag + ions in NB medium for AgNP, then MIC[Ag 0 ]/MIC … To
study the genetic control of resistance of bacteria to AgNP, effects of the mutations in the rpoS,
crp … The absence of the effect of σ S was observed under the action of silver ions on E. coli …

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A review of the antibacterial effects of silver nanomaterials and potential implications for human health and the environment

C Marambio-Jones, EMV Hoek – Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 2010 – Springer

… effect in bioluminescence bacteria sensitive to membrane protein damage and slightly less effect
in a … of an antioxidant, these results leaded them to suggest that the antimicrobial mechanisms
of … A study of the toxicity effects of different silver forms on nitrifying bacteria showed …

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Antimicrobial and synergistic effects of silver nanoparticles synthesized using soil fungi of high altitudes of eastern Himalaya

LS Devi, SR Joshi – Mycobiology, 2012 – Taylor & Francis

Fifty three fungi isolated from soils of different microhabitats of eastern Himalayan range
(3,400~ 3,600 msl) were screened for mycosynthesis of silver nanaoparticles (AgNPs) and
their efficacy as antimicrobials were assessed in combination with commonly used …

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[HTML] In vitro antimicrobial effect of the tissue conditioner containing silver nanoparticles

KY Nam – The journal of advanced prosthodontics, 2011 – synapse.koreamed.org

PURPOSE The aim of this study was to identify in vitro antimicrobial activity of the tissue
conditioner containing silver nanoparticles on microbial strains, Staphylococcus aureus,
Streptococcus mutans and Candida albicans. MATERIALS AND METHODS Experimental …

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Antimicrobial effects and mechanism (s) of silver nanoparticle

IS Hwang, JY Cho, JH Hwang, BM Hwang… – Microbiology and …, 2011 – koreascience.or.kr

The antimicrobial effects of silver (Ag) ion or salts are well known. Recently, silver
nanoparticle is attracting an interest in a wide variety of fields since it has been known to be safe and effective as an antimicrobial agent against a broad spectrum of microorganisms …

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Effects of colloidal silver nanoparticles on sclerotium-forming phytopathogenic fungi

JS Min, KS Kim, SW Kim, JH Jung… – The Plant Pathology …, 2009 – koreascience.or.kr

… These may involve the evaluation of phyto- toxicity and antimicrobial effects in hosts, and development of delivery systems of silver nanoparticles into host tissues colonized by phytopathogens … The effect of silver ions on the respiratory chain of Escherichia coli. Can …

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Effects of silver nanoparticles on microbial growth dynamics

VJ Schacht, LV Neumann, SK Sandhi… – Journal of applied …, 2013 – Wiley Online Library

… between the nanoparticles and bacteria, and thus, a more potent antimicrobial activity (Jiang … Third,
Ag(0) nanoparticles release silver ions, generating an amplified biocidal effect, which is … whether these are desired effects (eg against pathogens) or adverse effects on beneficial …

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The effect of particle size on the cytotoxicity, inflammation, developmental toxicity and genotoxicity of silver nanoparticles

MVDZ Park, AM Neigh, JP Vermeulen… – Biomaterials, 2011 – Elsevier

… Nanotechnology allows for an efficient exploitation of the antimicrobial properties of silver by
using silver in the … of silver nanoparticles is the most relevant for further investigation, ie whether one effect is more … question from the view of risk assessors is: How do the effects of silver …

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Preparation, characterization and antimicrobial study of a hydrogel (soft contact lens) material impregnated with silver nanoparticles

BSF BazzazB Khameneh, M Jalili-Behabadi… – Contact Lens and …, 2014 – Elsevier

… aureus, disks with 20.71 μg of silver NPs had no significant effect compared to … Van Der
MeiBacterial transmission from lens storage cases to contact lenses – effects of lens … Google
Scholar. [14] CM Santoro, NL Duchsherer, DW GraingerMinimal in vitro antimicrobial efficacy …

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[HTML] Effects of silver nanoparticle exposure on germination and early growth of eleven wetland plants

L Yin, BP ColmanBM McGillJP WrightES Bernhardt – PLoS One, 2012 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

… culture studies [3], but several studies have shown AgNPs to have no effect on microbial … the
chemistry and behavior of AgNPs limits our ability to extrapolate the effects of pure … used ENPs
in consumer products where they are increasingly used for their antimicrobial properties [6 …

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More than the Ions: The Effects of Silver Nanoparticles on Lolium multiflorum

L Yin, Y ChengB EspinasseBP Colman… – … science & technology, 2011 – ACS Publications

… composition.(1) Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) are increasingly used for their antimicrobial
properties in … carbon nanotubes) on higher plants show both negative and positive effects on growth …
AgNP toxicity could be attributed to nanoparticles or to dissolved silver released from …

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Effects of silver nanoparticles on microbial community structure in activated sludge

X SunZ ShengY Liu – Science of the Total Environment, 2013 – Elsevier

… Previous research has concentrated on the effect of Ag NPs on pure cultured microorganisms,
such as … 3. Effects of 1 mg/L Ag NPs on heterotrophic cell culturability in activated sludge samples …
2008, Limbach et al., 2008, Ratte, 1999, Tiede et al., 2010), the antimicrobial risks of …

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Antifungal effects of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) against various plant pathogenic fungi

SW Kim, JH Jung, K Lamsal, YS Kim, JS Min… – Mycobiology, 2012 – Taylor & Francis

… As an alternative to chemically manufactured pesticides, use of silver nanoparticles as
antimicrobial agents has become … microorganisms [4, 5]. A previous study reported on eco-friendly
characteristics and strong effects of silver … [6] reported on the antibacterial effect of silver ion …

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