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Applications of nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites: Focus on biotechnology and medicine

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Applications of nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites : Focus on biotechnology and medicine. / Bacakova, Lucie; Pajorova, Julia; Tomkova, Maria; Matejka, Roman; Broz, Antonin; Stepanovska, Jana; Prazak, Simon; Skogberg, Anne; Siljander, Sanna; Kallio, Pasi.

julkaisussa: Nanomaterials, Vuosikerta 10, Nro 2, 196, 2020.

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Bacakova, L, Pajorova, J, Tomkova, M, Matejka, R, Broz, A, Stepanovska, J, Prazak, S, Skogberg, A, Siljander, S & Kallio, P 2020, 'Applications of nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites: Focus on biotechnology and medicine', Nanomaterials, Vuosikerta. 10, Nro 2, 196. https://doi.org/10.3390/nano10020196

APA

Bacakova, L., Pajorova, J., Tomkova, M., Matejka, R., Broz, A., Stepanovska, J., ... Kallio, P. (2020). Applications of nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites: Focus on biotechnology and medicine. Nanomaterials, 10(2), [196]. https://doi.org/10.3390/nano10020196

Vancouver

Bacakova L, Pajorova J, Tomkova M, Matejka R, Broz A, Stepanovska J et al. Applications of nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites: Focus on biotechnology and medicine. Nanomaterials. 2020;10(2). 196. https://doi.org/10.3390/nano10020196

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Bacakova, Lucie ; Pajorova, Julia ; Tomkova, Maria ; Matejka, Roman ; Broz, Antonin ; Stepanovska, Jana ; Prazak, Simon ; Skogberg, Anne ; Siljander, Sanna ; Kallio, Pasi. / Applications of nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites : Focus on biotechnology and medicine. Julkaisussa: Nanomaterials. 2020 ; Vuosikerta 10, Nro 2.

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title = "Applications of nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites: Focus on biotechnology and medicine",
abstract = "Nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites are newly emerging smart hybrid materials containing cellulose nanoparticles, such as nanofibrils and nanocrystals, and carbon nanoparticles, such as “classical” carbon allotropes (fullerenes, graphene, nanotubes and nanodiamonds), or other carbon nanostructures (carbon nanofibers, carbon quantum dots, activated carbon and carbon black). The nanocellulose component acts as a dispersing agent and homogeneously distributes the carbon nanoparticles in an aqueous environment. Nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites can be prepared with many advantageous properties, such as high mechanical strength, flexibility, stretchability, tunable thermal and electrical conductivity, tunable optical transparency, photodynamic and photothermal activity, nanoporous character and high adsorption capacity. They are therefore promising for a wide range of industrial applications, such as energy generation, storage and conversion, water purification, food packaging, construction of fire retardants and shape memory devices. They also hold great promise for biomedical applications, such as radical scavenging, photodynamic and photothermal therapy of tumors and microbial infections, drug delivery, biosensorics, isolation of various biomolecules, electrical stimulation of damaged tissues (e.g., cardiac, neural), neural and bone tissue engineering, engineering of blood vessels and advanced wound dressing, e.g., with antimicrobial and antitumor activity. However, the potential cytotoxicity and immunogenicity of the composites and their components must also be taken into account.",
keywords = "Carbon nanotubes, Cellulose nanocrystals, Diamond nanoparticles, Drug delivery, Fullerenes, Graphene, Nanofibrillated cellulose, Sensors, Tissue engineering, Wound dressing",
author = "Lucie Bacakova and Julia Pajorova and Maria Tomkova and Roman Matejka and Antonin Broz and Jana Stepanovska and Simon Prazak and Anne Skogberg and Sanna Siljander and Pasi Kallio",
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T1 - Applications of nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites

T2 - Focus on biotechnology and medicine

AU - Bacakova, Lucie

AU - Pajorova, Julia

AU - Tomkova, Maria

AU - Matejka, Roman

AU - Broz, Antonin

AU - Stepanovska, Jana

AU - Prazak, Simon

AU - Skogberg, Anne

AU - Siljander, Sanna

AU - Kallio, Pasi

PY - 2020

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N2 - Nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites are newly emerging smart hybrid materials containing cellulose nanoparticles, such as nanofibrils and nanocrystals, and carbon nanoparticles, such as “classical” carbon allotropes (fullerenes, graphene, nanotubes and nanodiamonds), or other carbon nanostructures (carbon nanofibers, carbon quantum dots, activated carbon and carbon black). The nanocellulose component acts as a dispersing agent and homogeneously distributes the carbon nanoparticles in an aqueous environment. Nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites can be prepared with many advantageous properties, such as high mechanical strength, flexibility, stretchability, tunable thermal and electrical conductivity, tunable optical transparency, photodynamic and photothermal activity, nanoporous character and high adsorption capacity. They are therefore promising for a wide range of industrial applications, such as energy generation, storage and conversion, water purification, food packaging, construction of fire retardants and shape memory devices. They also hold great promise for biomedical applications, such as radical scavenging, photodynamic and photothermal therapy of tumors and microbial infections, drug delivery, biosensorics, isolation of various biomolecules, electrical stimulation of damaged tissues (e.g., cardiac, neural), neural and bone tissue engineering, engineering of blood vessels and advanced wound dressing, e.g., with antimicrobial and antitumor activity. However, the potential cytotoxicity and immunogenicity of the composites and their components must also be taken into account.

AB - Nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites are newly emerging smart hybrid materials containing cellulose nanoparticles, such as nanofibrils and nanocrystals, and carbon nanoparticles, such as “classical” carbon allotropes (fullerenes, graphene, nanotubes and nanodiamonds), or other carbon nanostructures (carbon nanofibers, carbon quantum dots, activated carbon and carbon black). The nanocellulose component acts as a dispersing agent and homogeneously distributes the carbon nanoparticles in an aqueous environment. Nanocellulose/nanocarbon composites can be prepared with many advantageous properties, such as high mechanical strength, flexibility, stretchability, tunable thermal and electrical conductivity, tunable optical transparency, photodynamic and photothermal activity, nanoporous character and high adsorption capacity. They are therefore promising for a wide range of industrial applications, such as energy generation, storage and conversion, water purification, food packaging, construction of fire retardants and shape memory devices. They also hold great promise for biomedical applications, such as radical scavenging, photodynamic and photothermal therapy of tumors and microbial infections, drug delivery, biosensorics, isolation of various biomolecules, electrical stimulation of damaged tissues (e.g., cardiac, neural), neural and bone tissue engineering, engineering of blood vessels and advanced wound dressing, e.g., with antimicrobial and antitumor activity. However, the potential cytotoxicity and immunogenicity of the composites and their components must also be taken into account.

KW - Carbon nanotubes

KW - Cellulose nanocrystals

KW - Diamond nanoparticles

KW - Drug delivery

KW - Fullerenes

KW - Graphene

KW - Nanofibrillated cellulose

KW - Sensors

KW - Tissue engineering

KW - Wound dressing

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JO - Nanomaterials

JF - Nanomaterials

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