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Biomedical applications of graphene and graphene oxide.
Graphene has unique mechanical, electronic, and optical properties, which researchers have used to develop novel electronic materials including transparent conductors and ultrafast transistors.Expand
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Facile synthesis of monodispersed mesoporous silica nanoparticles with ultralarge pores and their application in gene delivery.
Among various nanoparticles, the silica nanoparticle (SiNP) is an attractive candidate as a gene delivery carrier due to advantages such as availability in porous forms for encapsulation of drugs andExpand
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Selective immobilization of proteins to self-assembled monolayers presenting active site-directed capture ligands
This paper describes a method for the selective and covalent immobilization of proteins to surfaces with control over the density and orientation of the protein. The strategy is based on binding ofExpand
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Quantitative and multiplexed microRNA sensing in living cells based on peptide nucleic acid and nano graphene oxide (PANGO).
MicroRNA (miRNA) is an important small RNA which regulates diverse gene expression at the post-transcriptional level. miRNAs are considered as important biomarkers since abnormal expression ofExpand
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Protease-triggered unveiling of bioactive nanoparticles.
Nanomaterials modified with biological recognition motifs acquire a myriad of functions that can be exploited for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Nevertheless, while bioactive domains can beExpand
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Prospects and challenges of graphene in biomedical applications.
Graphene materials have entered a phase of maturity in their development that is characterized by their explorative utilization in various types of applications and fields from electronics toExpand
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Behaviors of NIH-3T3 fibroblasts on graphene/carbon nanotubes: proliferation, focal adhesion, and gene transfection studies.
Carbon-based materials, including graphene and carbon nanotubes, have been considered attractive candidates for biomedical applications such as scaffolds in tissue engineering, substrates for stemExpand
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Efficient functional delivery of siRNA using mesoporous silica nanoparticles with ultralarge pores.
Among various nanoparticles, mesoporous silica nanoparticles (MSNs) have attracted extensive attention for developing efficient drug-delivery systems, mostly due to their high porosity andExpand
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Durable large-area thin films of graphene/carbon nanotube double layers as a transparent electrode.
  • Y. Kim, Dal-Hee Min
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and…
  • 10 September 2009
We prepared durable, uniform, large-area ultrathin transparent films composed of double layers of reduced graphene oxide (RG-O) and multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) via a self-assembly process.Expand
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Deoxyribozyme-loaded nano-graphene oxide for simultaneous sensing and silencing of the hepatitis C virus gene in liver cells.
The multifunctional DNAzyme (Dz) delivery system is developed based on nano-sized graphene oxide (nGO) for simultaneous detection and knockdown of the target gene. The Dz/nGO complex system allowedExpand
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