Graphene with East Taste in Herbal Nanomedicine
Department of Physics, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran, Iran
*Corresponding Author: Omid Akhavan, Department of Physics, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran, Iran.
May 22, 2022; Published: May 27, 2022
Graphene with a carbon-based structure can be considered as one of the most biocompatible nanomaterials synthesized in the laboratories. In this regard, green synthesis of graphene by herb and their extracts/ingredients has been drawn many attentions. Furthermore, potential applications of herbal-functionalized graphene nanomaterials in upcoming nanomedicine is known as one of the hot topics in recent years. Here, we have briefly reviewed green synthesis of graphene by some traditional east herbs and the unique features of herbal-functionalized graphene in some important biomedical/biological fields including anti-pathogen, cancer therapy, and tissue engineering purposes.
Keywords: Graphene Oxide; Nanomaterials; Green Synthesis; Antibacterial/Anticancer Drugs; Tissue Engineering
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