There is still much to learn regarding the long-term effects of nanomaterials on the environment and their impact on humans and animals. Having an effective method to observe and spectrally characterize nanomaterials in a wide range of biological environments is critical for toxicologists.
CytoViva’s optical and hyperspectral system have become important tools for researchers worldwide who are studying the effects of nanomaterials on both humans and the environment. The following link provides access to hundreds of publications produced by these researchers:
CytoViva Publications – Google Scholar
The links below provide example applications illustrating how CytoViva can advance research on the effect of nanomaterials on humans and the environment: