Reduction of graphene oxide alters its cyto-compatibility towards primary and immortalized macrophages.

@article{Wu2018ReductionOG,
  title={Reduction of graphene oxide alters its cyto-compatibility towards primary and immortalized macrophages.},
  author={Yakun Wu and Fanfan Wang and Shunhao Wang and Juan Ma and Ming Xu and Ming Gao and Rui Liu and Wei Chen and Sijin Liu},
  journal={Nanoscale},
  year={2018},
  volume={10 30},
  pages={
          14637-14650
        }
}
Graphene oxide (GO) and its derivatives (e.g., reduced graphene oxide, RGO) have shown great promise in biomedicine. Although many studies have been conducted to understand the relative cyto-compatibility between GO and RGO materials, the results are inconclusive and controversial. In this study, we compared the biocompatibility aspects (e.g. cytotoxicity… CONTINUE READING