Carbon nanotubes in scaffolds for tissue engineering.

Abstract

Carbon nanotubes are hollow graphitic cylinders of nanoscale dimensions. They are electrically conductive, chemically and thermally stable, and exceptionally strong. Given this unique combination of properties there has been much interest in carbon nanotubes, and finding applications for them. One application where this combination of properties may prove… (More)
DOI: 10.1586/erd.09.29

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@article{Edwards2009CarbonNI, title={Carbon nanotubes in scaffolds for tissue engineering.}, author={Sharon Lee Edwards and Jerome A. Werkmeister and John A. M. Ramshaw}, journal={Expert review of medical devices}, year={2009}, volume={6 5}, pages={499-505} }