Compromised Autophagic Effect of Polystyrene Nanoplastics Mediated by Protein Corona Was Recovered after Lysosomal Degradation of Corona

Volume: 54, Issue: 18, Pages: 11485 - 11493
Published: Aug 8, 2020
Abstract
The adverse biological and ecological consequences of plastic debris have become a serious problem worldwide. Evidences have uncovered the accumulation of nanoplastics (NPs) in organisms. In a complex biological environment, proteins are prone to adsorbed onto the NPs’ surface and form a protein corona layer, which mediates the interaction of NPs with cells. Here, we discovered the interaction of polystyrene (PS) NPs with protein fetal bovine...
Paper Details
Title
Compromised Autophagic Effect of Polystyrene Nanoplastics Mediated by Protein Corona Was Recovered after Lysosomal Degradation of Corona
Published Date
Aug 8, 2020
Volume
54
Issue
18
Pages
11485 - 11493
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