Graphene in Regenerative Medicine: Focus on Stem Cells and Neuronal Differentiation

Trends in Biotechnology
Chiara GardinBarbara Zavan

Abstract

Emerging graphene-based materials offer numerous opportunities to design novel scaffolds for neural tissue engineering. Graphene is a promising candidate due to its superior topographical, chemical, and electrical cues compared with conventional biomaterials. Here we examine the state of the art in graphene-based materials science for the neurodifferentiation of stem cells.

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May 26, 2017·British Journal of Neurosurgery·Aaron TanKeyoumars Ashkan
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Mar 7, 2021·Journal of Controlled Release : Official Journal of the Controlled Release Society·Parinaz AbdollahiyanAhad Mokhtarzadeh

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