Curated Data based on Instance of Characterization
As Received
 
Nanomaterial State:
liquid suspension
Manufacturer:
Dendritic Nanotechnologies
Product Name:
STARBURST (R) PAMAM Dendrimer DNT-105
  • Physico-Chemical Characteristics
  • biological interactions
  • Environmental interactions
Composition
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CORE (hover over circle for proportion of material)
arrow Proportion of Nanomaterial:    Not reported
Component 1
Molecular Identity:
1,4-diaminobutane

SHELL 1 (hover over circle for proportion of material)
arrow Proportion of Nanomaterial:    Not reported
Component 1
Molecular Identity:
poly(amidoamine)

Surface Chemistry

Most Outward Material:
amine
Surface Charge

Polarity:
Positive

In Vivo Study 1

Test Subject
Test Subject 1:
Animal Type: Aquatic - freshwater: fish
Common Name: Zebra fish
Species: Danio rerio
Number of Animals: 24 per group
Life stage: embryo
Age: 8 hours post fertilization
Weight: 1 mg
Sex: female, male
General Study Details
General:
Test Location: laboratory
Controls Used/Reported: Positive, basal
Exposure Summary
General:
Method of Exposure: dermal, oral
Acute or Chronic Exposure: Chronic exposure
Intended Dose: 0.00, 0.016, 0.08, 0.4, 2, 10, 50, 250 ppm
Duration of Exposure / Incubation Time: 112 hours
Endpoint
Toxicity:
Mortality: Effect
Other:
Behavior: No Effect

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