The group was launched with the support of an ERA-Chair grant entitled SiNfONiA – Safety in Nanomaterials & Nanotechnology. The overall aim of SiNfONiA is to boost RTD activities in the nanosafety arena and strengthen the research and innovation potential of INL.
- Organ-on-a-chip technology to evaluate the safety of nanomaterials used on products that could get in contact with the skin or the respiratory tract.
- Epigenetics and in vitro/in vivo bridging models to evaluate the safety of different nanomaterials and pollutants.
- Toxicology and immunotoxicology of nanomaterials using sensors and high-throughput technologies.
- In silico evaluations using QSAR, QSPR, QSTR, machine learning and life cycle assessment.
A Nano-QSTR model to predict nano-cytotoxicity: an approach using human lung cells data
PARTICLE AND FIBRE TOXICOLOGY, 2023
The system of self-consistent models based on quasi-SMILES as a tool to predict the potential of nano-inhibitors of human lung carcinoma cell line A549 for different experimental conditions
DRUG AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY, 2023
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