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International Journal of Nanomaterials and Chemistry
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Transmission Electron Microscope: Determining Potential Risks of Nanomaterials to Human Health at Microscopic Level

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Mohammed A. Sallam, Heba Allah M. Elbaghdady,
Human beings have been subjected continually to naturally occurring as well as anthropogenic nanoparticles from theprehistoric era. The persistent growth in the engineering of nanomaterials has immensely led to a polluted environment triggered by lack of monitoring the safety, beginning from the production process to the disposal of nanomaterial waste causing various health concerns. There are several researches that prove that the pollution caused by nanomaterials have effects on the respiratory and cardiovascular systems thereby causing higher death rate. Due to this issue, relevant studies have been carried out to understand the field of nanotoxicology and epidemiology that covers the wide research on the cell culture of human beings and animals. Studies have perceived that the nanoparticles penetrate the skin of human beings and can travel quickly to any organ through blood circulation. In this study, we explore pioneering ways of using transmission electron microscopy in diagnostic pathology to determine potential risks of nanomaterials to human health.

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