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|Title:||Graphene: Promises, facts, opportunities, and challenges in nanomedicine|
|Authors:||Mao, H.Y. |
|Source:||Mao, H.Y.,Laurent, S.,Chen, W.,Akhavan, O.,Imani, M.,Ashkarran, A.A.,Mahmoudi, M. (2013-05-08). Graphene: Promises, facts, opportunities, and challenges in nanomedicine. Chemical Reviews 113 (5) : 3407-3424. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1021/cr300335p|
|Abstract:||Graphene, a two-dimensional (2D) sheet of sp2-hybridized carbon atoms packed into a honeycomb lattice, has led to an explosion of interest in the field of materials science, physics, chemistry, and biotechnology since the few-layers graphene (FLG) flakes were isolated from graphite in 2004. For an extended search, derivatives of nanomedicine such as biosensing, biomedical, antibacterial, diagnosis, cancer and photothermal therapy, drug delivery, stem cell, tissue engineering, imaging, protein interaction, DNA, RNA, toxicity, and so on were also added. Since carbon nanotubes are normally described as rolled-up cylinders of graphene sheets and the controllable synthesis of nanotubes is well developed, longitudinally unzipping carbon nanotubes represents a novel strategy to obtain graphene nanoribbons (GNRs) of precise dimensions.|
|Source Title:||Chemical Reviews|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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