Cytotoxic activity of Green Zinc Selenide Nanoparticles Against Hep-G2 Cell Lines
Keywords:Cancer cell, Cytotoxicity,ZnSe green NPs, HepG2,Plasma jet.
In the current study a new technique between the plasma physics, nanoparticle and Biotechnology,structured
(ZnSe) prepared by cold plasma technique using atmospheric pressure plasmajet system, Znse NPs were
prepared from selenium nitrate and zinc metal sheets to reduce selenium toxicity. The structural and optical
properties were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and absorbance measurements of ZnSe green
NPs. The liver cancer cell line (hepG2) was exposed to the ZnSe nanoparticles, and The percentage of
cytotoxicity was suppressed after 24, and48 from exposure, induced cytotoxicity is found to be 70.3% in
hepG2 after exposed 48h ZnSe green nanoparticle, and the maximum cytotoxicity of the normal cell line
(REF) was also examined 42.62% when exposure ZnSe nanoparticles and 16.6% when exposure ZnSe green
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