Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Functional Graphenic Materials as Scaffolds for Bone Regeneration

A new review from Team Sydlik came out in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine! The invited paper entitled "Functional graphenic materials, graphene oxide, and graphene as scaffolds for bone regeneration" details the next generation of graphenic materials and their perspective application towards bone regeneration. Functional graphenic materials (FGMs) are chemically modified graphenes that include moieties to assist in regeneration by enhancing cell-biomaterial interactions. These materials offer tunable properties and could be the next generation of bone implant. Read more about it in the full paper.

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