High-Resolution Single Particle Zeta Potential of Biological Nanoparticles
An important new paper on single particle charge measurement has been published in Scientific Reports and it’s worth taking a look at it. An extract from the paper is as follows:
“The efficacy of this methodology is demonstrated for a range of biological case studies, including measurements of mixed anionic, cationic liposomes, extracellular vesicles in plasma, and in situ time study of DNA immobilisation on the surface of magnetic nanoparticles. The high resolution single particle size and zeta potential characterisation will provide a better understanding of nano-bio interactions, positively impacting nanomedicine development and their regulatory approval.”
The ongoing development of high resolution particle charge and particle size measurement is opening up a whole new range of tools for nanoparticle and nano-bio particle research and product development. It is an exciting time to be in the field.