Graphene is the most outstanding material among the new nanostructured carbonaceous species discovered and produced. Graphene’s astonishing properties (i.e., electronic conductivity, mechanical robustness, large surface area) have led to a deep change in the material science field. In this review, after a brief overview of the main characteristics of graphene and related materials, we present an extensive overview of the most recent achievements in biological uses of graphene and related materials.

A Review on Recent Advancements of Graphene and Graphene-Related Materials in Biological Applications / Catania, Federica; Marras, Elena; Giorcelli, Mauro; Jagdale, Pravin; Lavagna, Luca; Tagliaferro, Alberto; Bartoli, Mattia. - In: APPLIED SCIENCES. - ISSN 2076-3417. - ELETTRONICO. - 11:2(2021), p. 614. [10.3390/app11020614]

A Review on Recent Advancements of Graphene and Graphene-Related Materials in Biological Applications

Catania, Federica;Giorcelli, Mauro;Jagdale, Pravin;Lavagna, Luca;Tagliaferro, Alberto;Bartoli, Mattia
2021

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Graphene is the most outstanding material among the new nanostructured carbonaceous species discovered and produced. Graphene’s astonishing properties (i.e., electronic conductivity, mechanical robustness, large surface area) have led to a deep change in the material science field. In this review, after a brief overview of the main characteristics of graphene and related materials, we present an extensive overview of the most recent achievements in biological uses of graphene and related materials.
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