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One-pot synthesis of a new generation of hybrid bisphosphonate polyoxometalate gold nanoparticles as antibiofilm agents

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Abstract

A reduced polyoxovanadate functionalized with bisphosphonate molecules was synthesized and used to prepare in one step hybrid organic–inorganic polyoxometalate decorated gold nanoparticles. These new composites were shown to strongly inhibit P. aeruginosa and S. epidermidis biofilm growth, with the three components constituting the nanoparticles (Au0 core, vanadium and alendronate) acting synergistically.

Graphical abstract: One-pot synthesis of a new generation of hybrid bisphosphonate polyoxometalate gold nanoparticles as antibiofilm agents

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Submitted
25 Jun 2019
Accepted
29 Jul 2019
First published
29 Jul 2019

This article is Open Access

Nanoscale Adv., 2019,1, 3400-3405
Article type
Communication

One-pot synthesis of a new generation of hybrid bisphosphonate polyoxometalate gold nanoparticles as antibiofilm agents

S. Tomane, E. López-Maya, S. Boujday, V. Humblot, J. Marrot, N. Rabasso, J. Castells-Gil, C. Sicard, A. Dolbecq, P. Mialane and A. Vallée, Nanoscale Adv., 2019, 1, 3400
DOI: 10.1039/C9NA00401G

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