Cytoprotective effects of graphene oxide for mammalian cells against internalization of exogenous materials.


To date, graphene oxide (GO), an oxidized version of graphene, has been utilized in many research areas including bioapplications such as drug delivery and bioanalysis. Unlike other spherical or polygonal nanomaterials, GO exhibits a sheet-like structure, which in itself suggests interesting applications based on its shape. Here we show that GO can protect… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c2nr33800a


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