Nanocarbon Allotrope Graphene Application in Biosensing an EditorialAuthor(s): Reny Yuoung
Carbon(C) nanomaterials (e.g. grapheme(G), carbon nanotubes(CNTs), crystalline diamond, diamond-like carbon nanoparticles(CNPs), nanofibers) are continuously more sophisticated in their range of physicochemical tunable properties (e.g. 2D surfaces, 3D structures, stiffness, porosity, permeability, biodegradability, and biocompatibility), and their range of applications for biomedical and biochemical sensing (e.g. microbiology, environmental chemistry, oncology, regenerative medicine, tissue engineering, stem cell culture, and maintenance) continues to grow, potentially enhancing bioefficacy and biosafety.