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Titel (primär) The DaNa2.0 Knowledge Base Nanomaterials—An important measure accompanying nanomaterials development
Autor Krug, H.F.; Bohmer, N.; Kühnel, D.; Marquardt, C.; Nau, K.; Steinbach, C.;
Journal / Serie Nanomaterials
Erscheinungsjahr 2018
Department BIOTOX;
Band/Volume 8
Heft 4
Sprache englisch;
POF III (gesamt) T42;
Keywords nanomaterials; nanotoxicology; safety; basic information; literature criteria checklist
UFZ Querschnittsthemen RU3;
Abstract Nanotechnology is closely related to the tailored manufacturing of nanomaterials for a huge variety of applications. However, such applications with newly developed materials are also a reason for concern. The DaNa2.0 project provides information and support for these issues on the web in condensed and easy-to-understand wording. Thus, a key challenge in the field of advanced materials safety research is access to correct and reliable studies and validated results. For nanomaterials, there is currently a continuously increasing amount of publications on toxicological issues, but criteria to evaluate the quality of these studies are necessary to use them e.g., for regulatory purposes. DaNa2.0 discusses scientific results regarding 26 nanomaterials based on actual literature that has been selected after careful evaluation following a literature criteria checklist. This checklist is publicly available, along with a selection of standardized operating protocols (SOPs) established by different projects. The spectrum of information is rounded off by further articles concerning basics or crosscutting topics in nanosafety research. This article is intended to give an overview on DaNa2.0 activities to support reliable toxicity testing and science communication alike.
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dauerhafte UFZ-Verlinkung https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=20939&ufzPublicationIdentifier=20120
Krug, H.F., Bohmer, N., Kühnel, D., Marquardt, C., Nau, K., Steinbach, C. (2018):
The DaNa2.0 Knowledge Base Nanomaterials—An important measure accompanying nanomaterials development
Nanomaterials 8 (4), art. 204