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My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Research in toxicology & in Poison detections
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Research in Forensic toxicology & Poison detections
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1, Estimation of Toxic heavy metal lead (Pb) contamination in Vegetables in Kerala state.
(Project from Periyar Univesrsity)
2, Nanotoxic Study to estimate the carbamate pesticide in soil & water from an Agricultural Area in Kerala – (Project from MCAS Rasipuram Salem)
3, Genotoxic study of carbamate pesticides and detection of DNA Damage by Alkaline Comet assay (SCGE) in peripheral Leukocytes-(Project from MCAS Rasipuram Salem)
4 waiting for-Pollution control & prevention - Nano catalysts & Recycling-Eurecat/Albilad- French Ltd -Saudi arabia
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AIMS Research centre & Eurecat French Ltd-Research in Petroleum poisoned catalysts
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http://AIMS Research Centre/Eurecat French Ltd-Research in catalyst...
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At 4:27pm on January 28, 2011,
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Nguyen Thi Ngoc Minh
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Hi Subin,

I'm Minh, pharmacist, my working is analysis toxic in institute of forensic medicine. Im both learning about nano-materials, and I try to learn how to create a targeted delivery medicine systems and the application of nano-material on toxicity. Im going to have a trainee, the subject is: synthetic a polymer absorb to determination the metals in water, I think it's useful for toxicity analysis (special for the heavy metals).

My email is justminh86@gmail.com.

Wait for your reply

PS. Sorry for reply late, since today I will check mail and nano-forum more frequently..

See you

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