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Table 2 The physico-chemical properties of the ENMs investigated in the studies listed in Table 1

From: Meta-analysis of transcriptomic responses as a means to identify pulmonary disease outcomes for engineered nanomaterials

Reference GSE Name in study Producer (particle name) Size BET (m2/g)
Poulsen et al. (2015) [8] GSE35284 CNTsmall Nanocyl (NC-7000) 0.85 ± 0.457 μm × 11 ± 4.5 nm 245.8
  CNTlarge IO-LE TECNanomaterials (CP-0006-SG) 4.05 ± 2.40 μm × 67 ± 2.40 nm 14.6
Bourdon et al. (2012) [10] GSE35193 CBNPs Evonik/Degussa (Printex 90) 14 nm 295–338
Halappanavar et al. (2011) [13] GSE19487 NanoTiO2 Kemira (UV-titan L181) 20 nm 107.7
Guo et al. (2012) [14] GSE29042 MWCNT Mitsui & Company (MWCNT-7) 3.86 μm × 49 ± 13.4 nm not listed in study
Halappanavar et al. (2015) [7] GSE60801 TiO2NP10.5 NanoAmor (NRCWE-030) 10.5 nm 139.1
  TiO2NP38 Nabond (NRCWE-025) 38 nm 28.2
  TiO2NP10 NanoAmor (NRCWE-001) 10 nm 99
  TiO2NP10+ NanoAmor (NRCWE-002) 10 nm 84
  TiO2NP20.6 Kemira (UV-Titan L181) 20.6 nm 107.7
Husain et al. (2015) [19] GSE68036 CBNPs Evonik/Degussa (Printex 90) 14 nm 295–338
Rahman et al. (manuscript in preparation) GSE65623 Mitsui XNRi-7 Mitsui & Company (NRCWE-006) 5.7 ± 0.49 μm × 74 (29–173) nm 26
  CNT 401 OECD WPMNM (NM-401) 4.0 ± 0.37 μm × 67 (24–138) nm 18