A man who came of age in the 1970s or '80s doesn't think twice about being married to a woman with her own career, or splitting the household chores with her.
His condemnation of marriage as a bourgeois convention makes him more of a tired, sad cliché than the ones he's using to describe matrimony.
However, the interaction of these NPs with cells, their uptake mechanism, and subcellular localization need to be elucidated.
Of course, he probably won't have any first-aid supplies such as aspirin or Band-Aids, but before you curse his lack of preparedness, consider what else you won't see in his medicine cabinet: Di-Gel, minoxidil, Preparation H, Grecian Formula, Sominex, or Doan's pills for back pain.
A man who came of age in the 1960s, before the women's movement exploded, when his (more likely than not) stay-at-home mom did the cooking and cleaning, might have to work hard at accepting the fact that his life won't be just like his dad's.
Current studies with maghemite (an iron oxide compound) NPs have demonstrated in vitro- and in vivo-specific cytotoxic action for target cells, indicating these NPs are a promising option for drug delivery.
However, MRC interaction with cells, their uptake mechanism, and subcellular localization are not understood.
People were siphoning fuel from their neighbors' cars in the dead of night!