Translation of nanoparticle in Spanish:


nanopartícula, n.

Pronunciation /ˈnanə(ʊ)ˌpɑːtɪk(ə)l//ˈnænoʊˌpɑrdɪk(ə)l/


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    nanopartícula feminine
    • Folate molecules on the nanoparticle bind to receptors on tumor cell membranes and the cell immediately internalizes it, because it thinks it's getting the vitamin it needs.
    • The blood vessels feeding the tumor then collapse, trapping the loaded nanoparticle in the tumor, where it slowly releases the chemotherapy.
    • The nanoparticle bends the stalk, and induces the pore opening.
    • The laws of gravity, optics, and acceleration represent averages, not the quirky behavior of each single nanoparticle.
    • The technique is based on tracking the fluorescence or scattering signal of a nanoparticle bound to the molecule of interest.
    • The authors found that the protein undergoes a larger conformational change when assembled onto a nanoparticle having a larger diameter.
    • A nanoparticle one billionth of a meter long may hold the key to a new concept of magnetic imaging in the brain.
    • The team found that an iron oxide nanoparticle can outline not only brain tumors under MRI, but also other lesions in the brain that may otherwise have gone unnoticed.
    • They also say that the nanoparticle is of a small uniform size and consistency, and has been proven to work in animals bearing such tumors.
    • A good example of a harmful nanoparticle is titanium dioxide, which has been used in toxicology for a long time and established as an inert substance.
    • The adhering nanoparticle induces the morphological change of the vesicle: budding, formation of two vesicles in which only outer monolayers are connected, and fission.
    • We investigate the budding and fission of a vesicle induced by the adhesion of the nanoparticle.
    • We have also shown that the nanoparticle promotes the fusion process from the stalk intermediate to the fusion-pore opening.
    • A nanoparticle is the basic building block of nanotechnology.
    • A single nanoparticle inside of one cell would be equivalent to an ant inside an automobile.
    • A nanoparticle can be embedded in the wall of an individual cell that can then be monitored.
    • Imagine if a nanoparticle was scaled up to the size of a football.
    • Similarly, today's scientists and engineers have found that it takes only small amounts of a nanoparticle, precisely placed, to change a material's physical properties.
    • We also clarify that the nanoparticle mimics the fusion protein, and promotes the fusion process of two vesicles.
    • Specifically, the group has succeeded in implanting a gold nanoparticle with a diameter of 1.2 nm into the enzyme glucose oxidase.