My name is Minh, I work in departement of toxicology, Institution of Forensic Medicine, I'm learning about NanoMaterial. I would like to disscus about the application of Nanotoxicology in Forensic Medecine. Nice to know you!!!

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My name is Cenchao Shen, my research also focus on
nanomaterial risk assessment. In
my study, we tested the DNA fidelity (both in vivo & in vitro)
perturbed by different kinds of nanomaterials. Attached please find
two of my publications. If you need information about me, I would like to send my CV to you. I
am more than willing to answer any of your questions concerning my
research. I am looking forward to your response.

Best Regards,
CenChao Shen
Tianjin University of Science and Technology, Tianjin 300457, China
Tel. +86 13920944006 (Mobile Phone)
Email: scc20001017@gmail.com
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another paper
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Ni hao Cenchao Shen,
Nice to see your reply. My speciality is chemistry, but I find that your reseach is very useful for me and my job. I will read it carefully and would like to discuss to you about nanomaterial and its application.
Good luck to you!
Hi CenChao Shen, could you send me your CV, I really care about your research. Thank you very much
Nice to see your reply
Dear Minh,

Thanks a lot for your interest with my research. Attached please find my CV. Could you please let me know your email, I can keep in touch with you more conveniently.


Best Regards,
Cenchao Shen
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Have a nice day Cenchao Shen,
I would like to ask you why you choose Au and Ag as the chemical of ADN mutation. I attend to research about Silvernano band to treat burn, so, to know the risk of Ag is very important. Thank you very much for the interesting and useful research.
My email is justminh86@gmail.com.
Best Regards,
Ngoc Minh

PS. It costs me a long time to reply you because I have to study about PCR. My spencialize is chemistry, not biology.
Good day Dr.Hamid Sarraf,
My specilize is chemistry, so I dont know much about the interactions to biological cells. But I know that Cenchao Shen have the researches focus on nanomaterial risk assessment. In his study, he tested the DNA fidelity (both in vivo & in vitro) perturbed by different kinds of nanomaterials. I think that his reasearch relate to your attention much than mine. I would like to send you his research. His information: CenChao Shen
Tianjin University of Science and Technology, Tianjin 300457, China
Tel. +86 13920944006 (Mobile Phone)
Email: scc20001017@gmail.com.
Best regards,
Ngoc Minh
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