Comprehensive Study of Ni Nanotubes for Bioapplications: From Synthesis to Payloads Attaching

A. L. Kozlovskiy, I. V. Korolkov, G. Kalkabay, M. A. Ibragimova, A. D. Ibrayeva, M. V. Zdorovets, V. S. Mikulich, D. V. Yakimchuk, A. E. Shumskaya, E. Yu Kaniukov

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Abstract

Due to the Ni nanotubes' shape anisotropy, low specific density, large specific surface, and uniform magnetic field, they have been offered as carriers for targeted delivery of drug or protein and the process of their formation from synthesis stage to the stage of surface modification and protein attaching has been demonstrated. Some steps to hasten their biomedical application have been applied. First, to have full control over the carrier dimensions and structure parameters, electrodeposition method in pores of polyethylene terephthalate template has been applied. Second, to understand the scope of Ni nanostructures application, their degradation in media with different acidity has been studied. Third, to improve the biocompatibility and to make payloads attachment possible, nanotubes surface modification with organosilicon compound has been carried out. At last, the scheme of protein attaching to the nanostructure surface has been developed and the binding process was demonstrated as an example of the bovine serum albumin.

Original languageEnglish
Article number3060972
JournalJournal of Nanomaterials
Volume2017
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2017

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    Kozlovskiy, A. L., Korolkov, I. V., Kalkabay, G., Ibragimova, M. A., Ibrayeva, A. D., Zdorovets, M. V., Mikulich, V. S., Yakimchuk, D. V., Shumskaya, A. E., & Kaniukov, E. Y. (2017). Comprehensive Study of Ni Nanotubes for Bioapplications: From Synthesis to Payloads Attaching. Journal of Nanomaterials, 2017, [3060972]. https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/3060972