Currently, there are few results on the toxicity of synthetically produced zeolite nanoparticles from studies in humans or animals.

 

At the moment, nanozeolites are being tested as potential new materials for medical applications. In a study on mice, the compatibility of nanomaterial-equipped special membranes was tested. These membranes can serve as scaffolding material in the body for bone or tissue growth. This combination of membrane and nanoscale zeolites stimulated cell growth in animal experiments and caused neither inflammation nor toxic effects [1].

However, for future applications in humans, further studies need to be carried out.

 

 

 

 

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