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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28107728/a-three-dimensional-core-shell-nanostructured-composite-of-polypyrrole-wrapped-mno2-reduced-graphene-oxide-carbon-nanotube-for-high-performance-lithium-ion-batteries
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Yong Li, Daixin Ye, Wen Liu, Bin Shi, Rui Guo, Haijuan Pei, Jingying Xie
Manganese oxides are promising anode materials for their high-energy density. However, they suffer from poor rate capability and fast capacity fading. Herein, we construct a three-dimensional (3D) core-shell structured polypyrrole (PPy)/MnO2-reduced graphene oxide (rGO)-carbon nanotubes (CNTs) composite via a facile two-step method. In the structure, the CNTs can facilitate fast electron conduction and keep structural integrity. The flexible and conductive rGO nanosheets work as both a reactive material and a carrier for MnO2 in-situ growth...
January 10, 2017: Journal of Colloid and Interface Science
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28102070/well-ordered-oxygen-deficient-comoo4-and-fe2o3-nanoplate-arrays-on-3d-graphene-foam-towards-flexible-asymmetric-supercapacitor-with-enhanced-capacitive-properties
#2
Kai Chi, Zheye Zhang, Qi-Ying Lv, Chuyi Xie, Jian Xiao, Fei Xiao, Shuai Wang
In this work, we report the development of well-ordered hydrogenated CoMoO4 (H-CoMoO4) and hydrogenated Fe2O3 (H-Fe2O3) nanoplate arrays on 3D graphene foam (GF), and explore their practice application as binder-free electrodes in assembling flexible all-solid-state asymmetric supercapacitor (ASC) device. Our results show that the monolithic 3D porous GF prepared by solution casting method using Ni foam template possesses large surface area, superior electrical conductivity, and sufficient surface functional groups, which not only facilitate in situ growth of CoMoO4 and Fe2O3 nanoplates on it, but also contribute the double-layer capacitance of resultant supercapacitor...
January 19, 2017: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28089930/scaffolds-containing-chitosan-gelatin-and-graphene-oxide-for-bone-tissue-regeneration-in-vitro-and-in-vivo
#3
S Saravanan, Anjali C, M Vairamani, T P Sastry, K S Subramanian, N Selvamurugan
Critical-sized bone defects are augmented with cell free and cell loaded constructs to bridge bone defects. Improving the properties of three-dimensional scaffolds with multiple polymers and others is of growing interest in recent decades. Chitosan (CS), a natural biopolymer has limitations for its use in bone regeneration, and its properties can be enhanced with other materials. In the present study, the composite scaffolds containing CS, gelatin (Gn) and graphene oxide (GO) were fabricated through freeze-drying...
January 12, 2017: International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28026926/3d-printing-biocompatible-polyurethane-poly-lactic-acid-graphene-oxide-nanocomposites-anisotropic-properties
#4
Qiyi Chen, Joey Dacula Mangadlao, Jaqueline Wallat, Al De Leon, Jonathan K Pokorski, Rigoberto C Advincula
Blending thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) with poly(lactic acid) (PLA) is a proven method to achieve a much more mechanically robust material, whereas the addition of graphene oxide (GO) is increasingly applied in polymer nanocomposites to tailor further their properties. On the other hand, additive manufacturing has high flexibility of structure design which can significantly expand the application of materials in many fields. This study demonstrates the fused deposition modeling (FDM) 3D printing of TPU/PLA/GO nanocomposites and its potential application as biocompatible materials...
January 17, 2017: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28009868/in-situ-integration-of-graphene-foam-titanium-nitride-based-bio-scaffolds-and-microfluidic-structures-for-soil-nutrient-sensors
#5
Md Azahar Ali, Kunal Mondal, Yifei Wang, Huawei Jiang, Navreet K Mahal, Michael J Castellano, Ashutosh Sharma, Liang Dong
It is challenging to integrate porous graphene foam (GF) and GF-based nanocomposites into microfluidic channels and even create microfluidic structures within these materials. This is because their irregular interior pore shape and geometry, rough exterior surface, and relatively large material thickness make it difficult to perform conventional photolithography and etching. This challenge has largely hindered the potential of using GF-based materials in microfluidics-based sensors. Here we present a simple approach to create well-defined flow-through channels within or across the GF-based materials, using a liquid-phase photopolymerization method...
December 23, 2016: Lab on a Chip
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27998107/efficient-synthesis-of-graphene-nanoscrolls-for-fabricating-sulfur-loaded-cathode-and-flexible-hybrid-interlayer-toward-high-performance-li-s-batteries
#6
Yi Guo, Gang Zhao, Naiteng Wu, Yun Zhang, Mingwu Xiang, Bo Wang, Heng Liu, Hao Wu
A modified lyophilization approach is developed and used for highly efficient transformation of 2D graphene oxide sheet into 1D graphene nanoscroll (GNS) with high topological transforming efficiency (∼94%). Because of the unique open tubular structure and large specific surface area (545 m(2) g(-1)), GNS is utilized for the first time as a porous cathode scaffold for encapsulating sulfur with a high loading (81 wt %), and also as a conductive skeleton for assembling MnO2 nanowires into a flexible free-standing hybrid interlayer, both enabling high-rate and long-life Li-S battery...
December 21, 2016: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27998102/three-dimensional-stiff-graphene-scaffold-on-neural-stem-cells-behavior
#7
Qinqin Ma, Lingyan Yang, Ziyun Jiang, Qin Song, Miao Xiao, Dong Zhang, Xun Ma, Tieqiao Wen, Guosheng Cheng
Physical cues of the scaffolds, elasticity, and stiffness significantly guide adhesion, proliferation, and differentiation of stem cells. In addressable microenvironments constructed by three-dimensional graphene foams (3D-GFs), neural stem cells (NSCs) interact with and respond to the structural geometry and mechanical properties of porous scaffolds. Our studies aim to investigate NSC behavior on the various stiffness of 3D-GFs. Two kinds of 3D-GFs scaffolds present soft and stiff properties with elasticity moduli of 30 and 64 kPa, respectively...
December 21, 2016: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27989919/electrically-conductive-graphene-polyacrylamide-hydrogels-produced-by-mild-chemical-reduction-for-enhanced-myoblast-growth-and-differentiation
#8
Hyerim Jo, Myeongbu Sim, Semin Kim, Sumi Yang, Youngjae Yoo, Jin-Ho Park, Tae Ho Yoon, Min-Gon Kim, Jae Young Lee
: Graphene and graphene derivatives, such as graphene oxide (GO) and reduced GO (rGO), have been extensively employed as novel components of biomaterials because of their unique electrical and mechanical properties. These materials have also been used to fabricate electrically conductive biomaterials that can effectively deliver electrical signals to biological systems. Recently, increasing attention has been paid to electrically conductive hydrogels that have both electrical activity and a tissue-like softness...
October 27, 2016: Acta Biomaterialia
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27976493/graphene-oxide-restricts-growth-and-recrystallization-of-ice-crystals
#9
Hongya Geng, Xing Liu, Guosheng Shi, Guoying Bai, Ji Ma, Jingbo Chen, Zhuangyuan Wu, Yanlin Song, Haiping Fang, Jianjun Wang
We show graphene oxide (GO) greatly suppresses the growth and recrystallization of ice crystals, and ice crystals display a hexagonal shape in the GO dispersion. Preferred adsorption of GO on the ice crystal surface in liquid water leads to curved ice crystal surface. Therefore, the growth of ice crystal is suppressed owing to the Gibbs-Thompson effect, that is, the curved surface lowers the freezing temperature. Molecular dynamics simulation analysis reveals that oxidized groups on the basal plane of GO form more hydrogen bonds with ice in comparison with liquid water because of the honeycomb hexagonal scaffold of graphene, giving a molecular-level mechanism for controlling ice formation...
December 15, 2016: Angewandte Chemie
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27960357/a-facile-bottom-up-approach-to-construct-hybrid-flexible-cathode-scaffold-for-high-performance-lithium-sulfur-batteries
#10
Arnab Ghosh, Revanasiddappa Manjunatha, Rajat Kumar, Sagar Mitra
Lithium-sulfur batteries mostly suffer from the low utilization of sulfur, poor cycle life, and low rate performances. The prime factors that affect the performance are enormous volume change of the electrode, soluble intermediate product formation, poor electronic and ionic conductivity of S, and end discharge products (i.e., Li2S2 and Li2S). The attractive way to mitigate these challenges underlying in the fabrication of a sulfur nanocomposite electrode consisting of different nanoparticles with distinct properties of lithium storage capability, mechanical reinforcement, and ionic as well as electronic conductivity leading to a mechanically robust and mixed conductive (ionic and electronic conductive) sulfur electrode...
December 14, 2016: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27925461/in-it-for-the-long-haul-the-cytocompatibility-of-aged-graphene-oxide-and-its-degradation-products
#11
Brian D Holt, Anne M Arnold, Stefanie A Sydlik
Synthetic biomaterials are poised to transform medicine; however, current synthetic options have yet to ideally recapitulate the desirable properties of native tissue. Thus, the development of new synthetic biomaterials remains an active challenge. Due to its excellent properties, including electrical conductivity, water dispersibility, and capacity for functionalization, graphene oxide (GO) holds potential for myriads of applications, including biological devices. While many studies have evaluated the compatibility of freshly prepared GO, understanding the compatibility of GO as it ages in an aqueous environment is crucial for its safe implementation in long-term biological applications...
December 2016: Advanced Healthcare Materials
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27925306/graphene-oxide-based-enzyme-nanoarchitectonics-for-substrate-channeling
#12
Motilal Mathesh, Jingquan Liu, Colin J Barrow, Wenrong Yang
The controlled spatial organization or compartmentalization of multi-enzyme cascade reactions to transfer a substrate from one enzyme to another for substrate channeling on scaffolds has sparked increasing interest in recent years. Here, we use graphene oxides to study the dependence of the activity of cascade reactions in a closely packed, randomly immobilized enzyme system on a 2 D scaffold. We first observe that the hydrophobicity of graphene oxides and various enzyme architectures for co-immobilized systems are important attributes for achieving high product-conversion rates...
December 7, 2016: Chemistry: a European Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27914995/transdermal-skin-patch-based-on-reduced-graphene-oxide-a-new-approach-for-photothermal-triggered-permeation-of-ondansetron-across-porcine-skin
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Florina Teodorescu, Gurvan Quéniat, Catherine Foulon, Marie Lecoeur, Alexandre Barras, Samia Boulahneche, Mohmaed Salah Medjram, Thomas Hubert, Amar Abderrahmani, Rabah Boukherroub, Sabine Szunerits
The development of a skin-mounted patch capable of controlled transcutaneous delivery of therapeutics through thermal activation provides a unique solution for the controlled release of active principles over long-term periods. Here, we report on a flexible transdermal patch for photothermal triggered release of ondansetron (ODS), a commonly used drug for the treatment of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting and used as model compound here. To achieve this, a dispersion of ODS-loaded reduced graphene oxide (rGO-ODS) nanosheets were deposited onto Kapton to produce a flexible polyimide-based patch...
November 30, 2016: Journal of Controlled Release: Official Journal of the Controlled Release Society
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27856322/combined-effect-of-cellulose-nanocrystal-and-reduced-graphene-oxide-into-poly-lactic-acid-matrix-nanocomposite-as-a-scaffold-and-its-anti-bacterial-activity
#14
Nidhi Pal, Poornima Dubey, P Gopinath, Kaushik Pal
In the present study, cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs) and reduced graphene oxide (rGO) were successfully synthesized via acid hydrolysis and modified Hummer's method, respectively. Further, the synthesized CNCs and rGO were incorporated into poly-lactic acid (PLA) matrix using solution casting method utilizing different weight (wt.) % of CNCs (nanofiller) and rGO. The successful synthesis of various nanoformulations were confirmed by several characterization techniques including Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM), Field-Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy (FE-SEM) and Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) analysis...
February 2017: International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27816596/rapid-capture-and-labeling-of-cells-on-single-domain-antibodies-functionalized-flow-cell
#15
Guan-Yu Chen, Zeyang Li, Joao N Duarte, Alexandre Esteban, Ross W Cheloha, Christopher S Theile, Gerald R Fink, Hidde L Ploegh
Current techniques to characterize leukocyte subgroups in blood require long sample preparation times and sizable sample volumes. A simplified method for leukocyte characterization using smaller blood volumes would thus be useful in diagnostic settings. Here we describe a flow system comprised of two functionalized graphene oxide (GO) surfaces that allow the capture of distinct leukocyte populations from small volumes blood using camelid single-domain antibodyfragments (VHHs) as capture agents. We used site-specifically labeled leukocytes to detect and identify cells exposed to fungal challenge...
March 15, 2017: Biosensors & Bioelectronics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27782383/uv-cross-linkable-graphene-poly-trimethylene-carbonate-composites-for-3d-printing-of-electrically-conductive-scaffolds
#16
Sepidar Sayyar, Miina Bjorninen, Suvi Haimi, Susanna Miettinen, Kerry Gilmore, Dirk Grijpma, Gordon Wallace
Conductive, flexible graphene/poly(trimethylene carbonate) (PTMC) composites were prepared. Addition of just 3 wt % graphene to PTMC oligomers functionalized with methacrylate end-groups followed by UV cross-linking resulted in more than 100% improvement in tensile strength and enhanced electrical conductivity by orders of magnitude without altering the processability of the host material. The addition of graphene also enhanced mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) attachment and proliferation. When electrical stimulation via the composite material was applied, MSC viability was not compromised, and osteogenic markers were upregulated...
November 23, 2016: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27781398/graphene-oxide-as-a-scaffold-for-bone-regeneration
#17
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Brian D Holt, Zoe M Wright, Anne M Arnold, Stefanie A Sydlik
Graphene oxide (GO), the oxidized form of graphene, holds great potential as a component of biomedical devices, deriving utility from its ability to support a broad range of chemical functionalities and its exceptional mechanical, electronic, and thermal properties. GO composites can be tuned chemically to be biomimetic, and mechanically to be stiff yet strong. These unique properties make GO-based materials promising candidates as a scaffold for bone regeneration. However, questions still exist as to the compatibility and long-term toxicity of nanocarbon materials...
October 26, 2016: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27775645/fabrication-of-gelatin-based-electrospun-composite-fibers-for-anti-bacterial-properties-and-protein-adsorption
#18
Ya Gao, Yingbo Wang, Yimin Wang, Wenguo Cui
A major goal of biomimetics is the development of chemical compositions and structures that simulate the extracellular matrix. In this study, gelatin-based electrospun composite fibrous membranes were prepared by electrospinning to generate bone scaffold materials. The gelatin-based multicomponent composite fibers were fabricated using co-electrospinning, and the composite fibers of chitosan (CS), gelatin (Gel), hydroxyapatite (HA), and graphene oxide (GO) were successfully fabricated for multi-function characteristics of biomimetic scaffolds...
October 21, 2016: Marine Drugs
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27748604/modified-filamentous-bacteriophage-as-a-scaffold-for-carbon-nanofiber
#19
Katarzyna Szot-Karpińska, Piotr Golec, Adam Leśniewski, Barbara Pałys, Frank Marken, Joanna Niedziółka-Jönsson, Grzegorz Węgrzyn, Marcin Łoś
With the advent of nanotechnology, carbon nanomaterials such as carbon nanofibers (CNF) have aroused substantial interest in various research fields, including energy storage and sensing. Further improvement of their properties might be achieved via the application of viral particles such as bacteriophages. In this report, we present a filamentous M13 bacteriophage with a point mutation in gene VII (pVII-mutant-M13) that selectively binds to the carbon nanofibers to form 3D structures. The phage-display technique was utilized for the selection of the pVII-mutant-M13 phage from the phage display peptide library...
December 21, 2016: Bioconjugate Chemistry
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27731452/macrocycles-inserted-in-graphene-from-coordination-chemistry-on-graphene-to-graphitic-carbon-oxide
#20
Wei Liu, Jing-Yao Liu, Mao-Sheng Miao
Tuning electronic structures and properties through chemical modifications has become the focus of recent research on graphene. The adsorption of metal atoms on graphene showed strong potential but is limited due to weak binding. On the other hand, macrocyclic molecules are well known for their strong and selective binding with metal atoms in solutions through coordination bonds. The alliance of the two substances will largely benefit the two parallel fields: it will provide a scaffold for coordination chemistry as well as a controllable method for tuning the electronic structure of graphene through strong binding with metals...
October 12, 2016: Nanoscale
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