Green Synthesis of Gold Nano Particles XVI: Green Synthesis and Characterization of Gold Nano Particles using the Extract of Cinnamon or Dal chini (Cinnamomum verum) and Study of its Cytotoxicity Properties

P.L. Nayak, Monalisa Pattanayak

Abstract


The synthesis of eco-friendly nanoparticles is evergreen branch of nanoscience for biomedical application. Low cost of synthesis and non toxicity are main features make it more attractive potential option for biomedical field and elsewhere Gold nanoparticles are traditionally synthesized by reducing metallic agents. There are a number of reducing agents reported in the literature for the synthesis of AuNps. These methods are toxic methods. In the present investigation, green synthesis of gold nano particles has been carried out using eco-friendly method such as the Spices extract of Cinnamon. The nano particles so synthesised were characterized by Uv-visible and TEM analysis. The Cellular Internalization studies of AuNps provide new opportunities for probing cellular processes via nanoparticulate-mediated imaging. The cytotoxicity studies clearly demonstrate that the phytochemicals within these Spices provide a nontoxic coating on AuNps.


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Green synthesis, Gold, Cinnamon, Cytotoxicity studies

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