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Translating graphene and 2D materials into medicine

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Adoption of graphene and other 2D crystals in biomedicine is challenging — some guidelines to facilitate this process and avoid inflated expectations should be considered.

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  1. Nanomedicine Lab, Faculty of Biology, Medicine & Health and National Graphene Institute, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

    • Kostas Kostarelos

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