Evidencing the mask effect of graphene oxide: a comparative study on primary human and murine phagocytic cells.

@article{Russier2013EvidencingTM,
  title={Evidencing the mask effect of graphene oxide: a comparative study on primary human and murine phagocytic cells.},
  author={Julie Russier and Emanuele Treossi and Alessia Scarsi and Francesco Perrozzi and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Dumortier and Luca Ottaviano and Moreno Meneghetti and Vincenzo Palermo and Alberto Bianco},
  journal={Nanoscale},
  year={2013},
  volume={5 22},
  pages={11234-47}
}
Graphene oxide (GO) is attracting an ever-growing interest in different fields and applications. Not much is known about the possible impact of GO sheet lateral dimensions on their effects in vitro, especially on human primary cells. In an attempt to address this issue, we present a study to evaluate, how highly soluble 2-dimensional GO constituted of large or small flakes affects human monocyte derived macrophages (hMDM). For this purpose, the lateral size of GO was tuned using sonication and… CONTINUE READING
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