Interaction Study of Greenly Synthesized silver Nanoparticles with Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA) Using Spectrophotometric and Voltammetric assays
Keywords:Silver nanoparticles, Bovine serum albumin, Cyclic voltammetry, Spectrophotometric, Binding free energy, Binding free constant.
Due to the considerable constraints impacting conventional pharmaceutical agents and older formulations, nanotechnology plays a vital role in the realm of medicine and in medication delivery. This study's primary goal is to investigate biologically synthesized silver nanoparticles AgNPs with Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA) interact utilizing Spectrophotometric and Voltammetric assays. According to the results, these silver nanoparticles can ligand with BSA (AgNPs-BSA), and the binding is spontaneous with the involvement of electrostatic interactions, according to the computed negative free energy ΔG° values and a constant K. Moreover, the cyclic voltammetric analysis findings confirmed that the nanoparticles were primarily electrostatically bound to BSA.
Overall, these AgNPs have a promising biological future and could be used in nanomedicine and pharmaceuticals.