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## zinc oxide nanoparticles review

Bao, Z. Su, R. Gurwitz, F. Capasso, X. Wang, Z. Ren, Photoinduced oxygen release and persistent photoconductivity in ZnO nanowires. Environ. Chan, H.K. 3h). The researchers treated these strains with 30 nm ZnO-NPs at low concentrations, which indicated complete inhibition of 100 % bactericidal (not bacteriostatic). Chem. study [50] was presented. Lee, S.H. Chem. Similarly, spherical shaped ZnO-NPs in another investigation [35] were obtained via soft chemical solution process, and it was used for the treatment of bacteria (E. coli, S. aureus, P. aeruginosa, B. subtilis, and S. acidaminiphila) and cancer cells (HepG2 and MCF-7 cell lines). The antibacterial influence of ZnO-NPs against foodborne pathogens stimulates proficient applications in food packaging, and can be introduced in food nanotechnology. 18(8), 939–944 (2008). A parallel study was made by Jalal et al. doi:10.1016/j.ceramint.2009.09.026, L.C. 73(6), 1712–1720 (2007). Moreover, isotherms confirmed the mesoporous structure of all ZnO nanoparticles with superior specific surface area and porosity volume.  |  In both data sets, it is clear that the growth inhibition for the gram-negative bacteria clearly occurred at higher ZnO concentrations. Phys. Bull. follows: The superoxides and hydroxyl radicals cannot penetrate into the membrane due to their negative charges [91]. J. Bacteria are generally characterized by a cell membrane, cell wall, and cytoplasm. Bioelectron. Mishra, J. Musarrat, A.A. Al-Khedhairy, Reactive oxygen species mediated bacterial biofilm inhibition via zinc oxide nanoparticles and their statistical determination. J. Nanomed. The number of viable cells recovered, at a certain point of growth, showed significant decrease with decreasing ZnO-NPs particle size (Fig. In this technology, the pertinent materials are those whose structures exhibit new and considerably enhanced physicochemical and biological properties as well as distinct phenomena and functionalities as a result of the nanoscale size [3]. Eng. A detailed reaction mechanism which explains this phenomenon was proposed by Seven et al. Expert Opin. Huang, Effects of various physicochemical characteristics on the toxicities of ZnO and TiO2 nanoparticles toward human lung epithelial cells. A 165(1), 103–107 (2004). Sirelkhatim, A., Mahmud, S., Seeni, A. et al. Thin Solid Films 516(12), 3893–3898 (2008). A promising approach to improve the poor antibacterial properties of dental composite resins has been the addition of metal oxide nanoparticles into the resin matrix. This positive hole (h+), a direct oxidant and essential for the creation of reactive hydroxyl radicals (OH•), serves as principal oxidants in the photocatalytic system [22, 70]. Autoclaved distilled water (0.1 mL) was added to the plates that did not show any bacterial growth. Chem. Afr. He, W.-Y. Distinctive mechanisms that have been put forward in the literature are listed as following: direct contact of ZnO-NPs with cell walls, resulting in destructing bacterial cell integrity [7, 40, 56], liberation of antimicrobial ions mainly Zn2+ ions [57–59], and ROS formation [9, 60–62]. Generally, it has been observed from the intensive studies held, that the antibacterial activity of ZnO can be verified under UV light as well as in the dark to inhibit the bacterial growth. Djurišić, F.C. with Table 1 displaying some synthesis methods and their corresponding morphology of ZnO. All types of serial concentration of ZnO were mixed with relevant bacteria. A possible research avenue is the combinations with other classes of antibacterial agents such as the application of ZnO-NPs as supporter of silver NPs, which are antibacterial agents that contain silver as precursor. 6(4), 866–870 (2006). J. Environ. Thus, the cell surface is negatively charged, interestingly, ZnO-NPs contain a positive charge in a water suspension [62]. Yusefi-Tanha E, Fallah S, Rostamnejadi A, Pokhrel LR. doi:10.1016/j.jcis.2011.07.017, P. Kaur, R. Thakur, S. Kumar, N. Dilbaghi, Interaction of ZnO nanoparticles with food borne pathogens Escherichia coli DH5α and Staphylococcus aureus 5021 and their bactericidal efficacy, in International Conference on Advances in Condensed and Nano Materials (ICACNM-2011): AIP Proceedings, Chandigarh, India, 23–26 February 2011 (2011), p. 153. doi:10.1063/1.3653655, P. Narayanan, W.S. doi:10.1016/j.tiv.2012.12.001, R. Wahab, N.K. J. Nano Res. While Stanković et al. Extensive discussion was centered on the antibacterial activity of ZnO-NPs coupled with a number of influenced factors impacting the activity. C 113(36), 15997–16001 (2009). Sci. Stoimenov et al. Zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnONPs) as a novel nanofertilizer: Influence on seed yield and antioxidant defense system in soil grown soybean (Glycine max cv. 1a), and the black and gray-shaded spheres symbolize O and Zn atoms, respectively. Thus, longer durations of UVA exposure expected to lead to greater growth inhibition. ACS Nano 4(1), 380–386 (2009). The functions of this organelle include growth, metabolism, and replication. Sci. Once they are introduced in a polymeric matrix, it permits interaction of food with the packaging possessing functional part in the conservation. Given their small size, NPs have larger structures in comparison with their counterparts. Optical properties can be tuned by doping. Toxicol. J. Nanomed. However, the number of reports has indicated its toxicity also such as hepatotoxicity, pulmonary toxicity, neurotoxicity, and immunotoxicity. doi:10.1016/j.jphotobiol.2013.01.004, J. Ma, J. Liu, Y. Bao, Z. Zhu, X. Wang, J. Zhang, Synthesis of large-scale uniform mulberry-like ZnO particles with microwave hydrothermal method and its antibacterial property. As a result, an increase in H2O2 amount was produced from ZnO surface, a lethal species to bacteria. In the subsequent sections, we have discussed the factors affecting the antibacterial activity, including UV illumination, ZnO particle size, concentration, morphology, surface modifications by annealing, surface defects, and the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) and minimum bactericidal concentration (MBC). Bacterial growth was defined by an at least 2-fold increase of the OD600 nm with respect to the negative control (growth medium only). Raghupathi et al. Song, Piezoelectric nanogenerators based on zinc oxide nanowire arrays. Thus, a large number of researchers have been motivated to achieve selective nanostructured ZnO for the antibacterial tests. In some cases, enhanced antibacterial activity can be attributed to surface defects on ZnO abrasive surface texture. Their findings revealed as well wide spectrum of antimicrobial activities of ZnO-NPs against various Moreover, the surface properties affect the reactions on the bacterial cell walls. ZnO nanostructures have been a subject of immense research owing to their multifunctional properties in diverse applications. These factors influence a variety of toxicity mechanisms. In Vitro 27(2), 731–738 (2012). doi:10.1021/nn901221k, Z. Huang, X. Zheng, D. Yan, G. Yin, X. Liao, Y. Kang, Y. Yao, D. Huang, B. Hao, Toxicological effect of ZnO nanoparticles based on bacteria. Biointerphases 2(4), MR17–MR71 (2007). The structure is thermodynamically stable in an ambient environment [42], and usually illustrated schematically as a number of alternating planes of Zn and O ions stacked alongside the c-axis. On the other hand, the antibacterial activity depends on the concentration and the crystalline structure of ZnO. An antibacterial agent is considered as bactericidal if it kills bacteria or as bacteriostatic if it inhibits their growth. Med. E. coli was freshly prepared, grown in NA broth, and incubated for 24 h at 37 °C, and then supplemented with four concentrations of ZnO-NPs suspensions to study the bacterial growth rate. Zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnO NPs) also have remarkable Bakhori, A. Sirelkhatim, D. Mohamad, H. Hasan, A. Seeni, R.A. Rahman, Antibacterial responses of zinc oxide structures against Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Streptococcus pyogenes. Defects extensively change grain boundary properties and the IV characteristics [23]. Klinger, G.L. An important clarification studied by Padmavathy and Vijayaraghavan [12], who used ZnO-NPs of three different sizes (45, 12 nm, and 2 µm, namely sample 1, sample 2, and bulk) to determine ZnO bactericidal efficiency (Fig. The aforementioned studies reported the mechanism as predominant. Doped and undoped ZnO of nanosphere and nanorod shapes were synthesized by simple wet chemical technique, and were annealed at 600 °C for 2 h [38]. [62] who referred some of the effect to a direct contact between NPs and the bacteria besides ROS generation nearby bacteria membrane. This system utilizes a number of indicators for monitoring the food quality in terms of microbial growth as well as temperature and packing integrity [144, 145], whereas smart packaging possesses the susceptibilities of intelligent and active packaging. 87(5), 1917–1925 (2010). doi:10.1016/j.colsurfb.2012.07.033, J.M. Toxicol. The creation of ROS in the dark was observed by Hirota et al. These mechanisms were illustrated in Fig. Such reactive species are superoxide anion (O2), hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), and hydroxide (OH−). Other direct test methods, such as the measurement of urease inhibition of inocula, have been reported [54]. NPs penetrate through holes, pits or protrusions in the cell wall. the textile industry, in Bionanotechnology II Global Prospects, ed. 8(1), 3679–3687 (2013). Epub 2019 May 31. 8(2), 111–117 (2014), S. Atmaca, K. Gül, R. Cicek, The effect of zinc on microbial growth. The inclusion of antibacterial agents assists either bacteriostatic or bactericidal materials to gradually diffuse into the food matrix. Wilson, A.T. Abraham, M. Sevanan, Synthesis, characterization, and antimicrobial activity of zinc oxide nanoparticles against human pathogens. For example, the result of the current–voltage measurements (IV) showed significant increase in surface conductance (7-fold for ZnO-rod and 5-fold for ZnO-plate) due to a decrease in the depletion layer upon UVA illumination. 40(19), 3527–3532 (2006). J. Phys. doi:10.1002/jat.1385, G. Li, T. Hu, G. Pan, T. Yan, X. Gao, H. Zhu, Morphology–function relationship of ZnO: polar planes, oxygen vacancies, and activity. 2019 Dec;201:111624. doi: 10.1016/j.jphotobiol.2019.111624. Nano. In a more recent study [37], ZnO nanowires were synthesized in heterojunction of silver-loaded ZnO (Ag Thus, desired synthesized ZnO-NPs structures for best antibacterial response could be attained by controlling parameters such as solvents, precursor types, and physicochemical settings such as temperature and pH [71] as well as shape-directing agents. [79] referred the toxicity of nanostructured ZnO to their orientation, while, it has been found as irrelevant for crystallographic orientation [98]. doi:10.1021/nn800511k, R. Prasad, D. Basavaraju, K. Rao, C. Naveen, J. Endrino, A. Phani, Nanostructured ZnO is a bio-safe material that possesses photo-oxidizing and photocatalysis impacts on chemical and biological species. In addition to its unique antibacterial and antifungal properties, ZnO-NPs possess high catalytic and high photochemical activities. Wang, Zinc oxide nanostructures: growth, properties and applications. 4B). Nano-Optoelectronics Research and Technology Laboratory (N.O.R. LEDs made using these ZnO nanoparticles emitted bright yellow light with efficacies reaching 64.2 lm/W. These different morphologies displayed pronounced antibacterial effect toward the targeted bacteria. Lyon, P.J. Sci. Bokhari, M. Khalid, Synthesis, antibacterial, lipoxygenase and urease inhibitory activities of 2-aminophenol derivatives. Adapted with permissions from Raghupathi et al. Opt. Sci. Desalination 261(1), 3–18 (2010). Zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnO NPs), as one of the most important metal oxide nanoparticles, are popularly employed in various fields due to their peculiar physical and chemical properties [2, 3]. Peng et al. Free Radic. 157(5), 1619–1625 (2009). Science 312(5771), 242–246 (2006). Within 15 min after the inoculum has been standardized as described above, a 150 µL of the adjusted inoculums was added into the 96-well microplate containing 150 µL ZnO in the dilution series, and triplicated for each concentration. Mater. Sanders, J.M. In a similar manner, Xie et al. J. The bactericidal activity of ZnO-NPs (8–10 nm size) against E. coli DH5α and S. aureus was examined and found to be effective at 80 and 100 µg mL−1. Moreover, the effect of different sizes of ZnO-NPs (307, 212, 142, 88, and 30 nm) on bacterial growth at 6 mM concentration was studied. ZnO and TiO 2 are used in sunscreens as nanoparticles, which denotes a size <100 nm. AEEE 3(6), 771–778 (2013), S. Pal, Y.K. Ramirez-Vick, Nanostructured ZnO for electrochemical biosensors. It is also described as a function of the surface area in contact with the microorganisms [46]. Edwards, Bacteria Cell, http://www.alken-murray.com/BioInfo1-05.html. Meanwhile Sawai et al. Interestingly, ZnO-NPs are reported by several studies as non-toxic to human cells [14], this aspect necessitated their usage as antibacterial agents, noxious to microorganisms, and hold good biocompatibility to human cells [12]. Alvarez, Comparative eco-toxicity of nanoscale TiO2, SiO2, and ZnO water suspensions. x Many pronounced applications are being currently explored in the biomedical and antiviral areas. This process inspired the use of the photocatalytic activity of ZnO-NPs in bionanotechnology and in bionanomedicine for many antibacterial applications. Increased outbreaks and infections of pathogenic strains, bacterial antibiotic resistance, emergence of new bacterial mutations, lack of suitable vaccine in underdeveloped countries, and hospital-associated infections, are global health hazard to human, particularly in children. The cell wall lies outside the cell membrane and is composed mostly of a homogeneous peptidoglycan layer (which consists of amino acids and sugars). The culture was then transferred to a fresh medium without ZnO-NPs. Kasemets et al. Mann, K. Moore, L.J. Res. 5(10), 1675–1681 (2010). Int. 409(7), 1219–1228 (2011). Stark, In vitro cytotoxicity of oxide nanoparticles: comparison to asbestos, silica, and the effect of particle solubility. Espitia, N.d.F.F. ZnO powder was annealed at 700 °C in an annealing tube furnace (model Lenton) under oxygen ambient for 1 h. The gas flow was regulated at 2.4 L min−1. The OD (600 nm) was measured after 16 h incubation at 37 °C. doi:10.1021/jp904864g, J. Díaz-Visurraga, C. 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Modified procedures along with the standard methods are also used by a large body of researchers. Kim, Y.K. Park, Y.H. Bioanal. This was referred to the size of ZnO (100–300 nm) which was larger (50–70 nm) than that used by Jones et al. We discuss below the influence of essential physiochemical and structural factors (Fig. Nano-Micro Letters Currently, most of the commercial sunscreens incorporate titanium dioxide, zinc oxide, or both. Yeh, J.I. In addition, O2 molecules (suspended within the mixture of bacteria and ZnO) yield superoxide anion ($${}^{ \bullet }{\text{O}}_{2}^{ - }$$), which reacts with H+ to produce $${\text{HO}}_{2}^{ \bullet } .$$ Afterward, $${\text{HO}}_{2}^{ \bullet }$$ interferes with electrons generating hydrogen peroxide (•HO Mater. The facet-dependent ZnO antibacterial activity has been evaluated by few studies, and nanostructured ZnO with different morphologies have different active facets, which may lead to enhanced antibacterial activity [79]. Zinc oxide nanoparticles: A comprehensive review on its synthesis, anticancer and drug delivery applications as well as health risks Adv Colloid Interface Sci . Nanotechnol. Additional research is required to investigate the exact toxicity mechanisms to deeply elucidate the sensitivity of bacteria to ZnO-NPs, as the results to date are quite promising. Sukon Phanichphantand, Antimicrobial nanomaterials in doi:10.1016/j.aquatox.2011.01.014, J. Sawai, E. Kawada, F. Kanou, H. Igarashi, A. Hashimoto, T. Kokugan, M. Shimizu, Detection of active oxygen generated from ceramic powders having antibacterial activity. 19(S1), 144–162 (2002). Ann, S. Mahmud, S.K.M. Shorter exposures (15 min) result in significantly few colonies, while many colonies could be detected and counted by long exposure times (up to 30 min). Appl. The toxicological influence of ZnO-NPs should be evaluated to determine the consequences of using these NPs in food safety. Their smaller diameter and increas … Sci. doi:10.1126/science.1124005, A. Janotti, C.G. Anal. 292, 405–412 (2014). The result showed that ZnO damaged the membrane integrity. Accessed 9 July 2010, R. Wahab, Y.-S. Kim, A. Mishra, S.-I. Earlier studies have shown the potential of ZnO NPs in stimulation of seed germination and plant growth as well as disease suppression and plant protection by its antimicrobial activity. Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. C. jejuni cells were killed at 108 CFU mL−1 after only 3 h, at selected concentrations of 0.1, 0.3, and 0.5 mg mL−1. Moreover, the UV illumination increased the percentage inhibition of bacteria (Fig. The images also show that ZnO did not penetrate into the cell membrane and thus no considered damage was observed on cells structural morphology, but inhibited the growth. doi:10.1007/s12668-012-0061-6, K. Chitra, G. 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Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. activity of Staphylococcus epidermidis in the presence of sonicated piezoelectric zinc oxide nanoparticles, in 2009 IEEE 35th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Boston, MA, USA, 3–5 April 2009 (IEEE, 2009), pp. microorganisms (Table 2). However, this will necessitates further researches to adequately scrutinize the NPs properties. Some of the main benefits of using NPs in food nanotechnology are the addition of NPs onto food surfaces to inhibit bacterial growth, also using of NPs as intelligent packaging materials and for nano-sensing [134]. doi:10.3762/bjnano.1.3, H. Zhang, B. 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Among these NPs, ZnO-NPs developed as a successful candidate in the food industry [71, 135]. The hexagonal wurtzite structure possesses lattice spacing a = 0.325 nm and c = 0.521 nm, the ratio c/a ~ 1.6 that is very close to the ideal value for hexagonal cell c/a = 1.633. Figure 1b shows typical bacteria cell structures [45]. Yamamoto, influence of ZnO-NPs coupled with a number of influenced factors impacting the activity occur. Shown that zinc is an important role ; Ramani et al biological aspects of … on! The cell proliferation and induces apoptosis in laryngeal cancer cells ( Hep-2 ) K. Yoshikata, S.-I nano- micro-scaled. 261 ( 1 ), 939–944 ( 2008 ) possibility of pathogen contamination and thus a safe product an... Terms of the pH, and 0.10 mg mL−1 of sensitive ROS detection probes has been considered ZnO MgO. Bacterial cell walls be tailored by shape and size, surface chemistry, defects impurities. 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