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Implications of Nanotechnology for Environmental Health Research References Bergh A, Craford G, Duggal A, Haitz R. 2001. The Promise and Challenge of Solid-State Lighting. Physics Today 54:42. Business Communication Company (BCC). 2004. Tools and Instrumentation for Nanotechnology. Market Report. Cardona CM, Jannach SH, Huang H, Itojima Y, Leblanc RM, Gawley RE. 2002. Spatially resolved derivatization of solid-phase-synthesis beads with florescent dendrimers: Creation of localized microdomains. Helvetica Chimica Acta 85:3532–3558. Drefus AM, Chan WCW, Bhatia SN. 2004. Probing the Cytotoxicity of Semiconductor Quantum Dots. Nano Letters 4:11–18. European Commission. Community Health and Consumer Protection. 2004. Nanotechnologies: A Preliminary Risk Analysis on the Basis of a Workshop Organized in Brussels on 1–2 March 2004 by the Health and Consumer Protection Directorate General of the European Commission. [Online]. Available: http://europa.eu.int/comm/health/ph_risk/documents/ev_20040301_en.pdf. Li N, Sioutas C, Cho A, Schmitz D, Misra C, Sempf J, Wang M, Oberly T, Froines J, Nel A. 2003. Ultrafine particulate pollutants induce oxidative stress and mitochondrial damage. Environmental Health Perspectives 111:455–460. Rancan F, Rosan S, Boehm K, Fernandez E, Hidalgo ME, Quihot W, Rubio C, Boehm F, Piazena H, Oltmanns U. 2002. Protection against UVB irradiation by natural filters extracted from lichens. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 68:133–139. Yamago S, Tokuyama H, Nakamura E, Kikuchi K, Kananishi S, Sueki K, Nakahara H, Enomoto S, Ambe F. 1995. In vivo biological behavior of a water-miscible fullerene: 14C labeling, absorption, distribution, excretion and acute toxicity. Chemical Biology 2:385–389.

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