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Diagnosis Of The Multiple Effect Of Selenium Nanoparticles Decorated By Asteriscus Graveolens Components In Inhibiting HepG2 Cell Proliferation
Published 2020 · Chemistry
Abstract Using plant bio-components for Designing green metal nanoparticles was considered as one of the most important methods in nanomedical application field due to their eco-friendly, cheap source, easily obtainable and having a high detection result. In this report, we fabricated eco-friendly engineering and cost-effective technique for green selenium nanoparticles from 0.01 M H2SeO3 solution using Asteriscus graveolens leaves extract as reducing and a capping agent at ambient temperature. Spectral techniques have been used to identify the formatted Selenium nanoparticles such as UV–Vis, pH, XPs, FT-IR, XRD, LDS, Z.P, EDS, TEM and AFM spectroscopy, which showed a size of 20 nm with spherical shape. Herein, the multi-effect of decorated Se-NPs surface have been evaluated, firstly on the hemolysis that showed completely hemocompatibility. Cytotoxicity assay showed that Se-NPs have a high selective effect on the HepG2 apoptosis and which proved by phase-contrast microscopy. Furthermore, the effect of nanoparticles on the action of the mechanism internal revealed that Se-NPs significantly and rapidly increased the level of reactive oxygen species and lipid peroxidation, while caused decreased the potential of mitochondrial membrane and glutathione level, which they together responsible on regulating the HepG2 cells fate. Furthermore, Flow cytometry analysis gave high values about S and G2/M phases of cell cycle resulting from Se-NPs effectiveness. In the end, with all the recorded information that has been measured in this study, this report provides a suitable and effective pathway for the green fabrication of Se-NPs decorated by biomolecules having high anticancer inhibited.