Research Results of Environment and Health Team Published in ACS Nano


Recently, an academic paper on transgenerational toxicity of PS-NPs entitled Ferroptosis is involved in sex-specific small intestinal toxicity in the offspring of adult mice exposed to polystyrene nanoplastics during pregnancy by a research team of health and environment from the School of Public Health was published, with Nantong University as the first employer and corresponding author’s employer. Its co-first authors are Dr. tang Juan, a young teacher, and two postgraduates Bu Wenxia and Hu Wenxuan. The co-corresponding authors are two Associate Professors Zhao Xinyuan and Wang Xiaoke, and Researcher Wu Qiyun.

ACS Nano, one of the internationally renowned journals in the field of nano research, with an impact factor of 18.027, is included in Nature Index, and categorized into Q-1 in CAS (Chinese Academy of Sciences) and JCR (Journal Citation Reports).


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