Additional file 2: of Subchronic exposure to titanium dioxide nanoparticles modifies cardiac structure and performance in spontaneously hypertensive rats

  • Stefano Rossi (Creator)
  • Monia Savi (Creator)
  • Marta Mazzola (Creator)
  • Silvana Pinelli (Creator)
  • Rossella Alinovi (Creator)
  • Laura Gennaccaro (Contributor)
  • Alessandra Pagliaro (Creator)
  • Viviana Meraviglia (Creator)
  • Maricla Galetti (Creator)
  • Omar LOZANO GARCIA (Contributor)
  • Alessandra Rossini (Creator)
  • Caterina Frati (Creator)
  • Angela Falco (Creator)
  • Federico Quaini (Creator)
  • Leonardo Bocchi (Creator)
  • Donatella Stilli (Creator)
  • Stephane Lucas (Contributor)
  • Matteo Goldoni (Creator)
  • Emilio Macchi (Creator)
  • Antonio Mutti (Creator)
  • Michele Miragoli (Creator)



Figure S2. TEM analysis of the alveolar lung parenchyma from a SHR rat seven weeks after intratracheal instillation of TiO2-NPs. Individual or microaggregates of small electrondense NPs are present in the air space (As) as scattered within the alveolar septum in which a type II pneumocyte (PII) is recognized. NPs are also apparent in endothelial cells lining a capillary (*) and the lumen of a larger venule containing red blood cells (RBC) polymorphonuclear (PMN) neutrophils, lymphocytes (Lym) and platelets (arrow). Magnification 1800X. Scale Bar: 10Îźm. (PDF 2011 kb)
Date made available24 Jun 2019
PublisherUniversity of Namur

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