Graphene Induces Formation of Pores That Kill Spherical and Rod-Shaped Bacteria

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T. H. Pham, Vy ; Truong, Vi Khanh ; D. J. Quinn, Matthew ; Notley, Shannon M. ; Guo, Yachong ; Baulin, Vladimir A. ; Kobaisi, Mohammad Al ; Crawford, Russell J. ; Ivanova, Elena P. (2015)
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1021/acsnano.5b03368.s002
  • Subject: Medicine | Microbiology | Cell Biology | Immunology | Cancer | Statistics | Infectious Diseases | staphylococcus aureus bacteria | graphene sheet surfaces | computer simulation approaches | graphene induces formation | graphene nanosheet films | cell death
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Pristine graphene, its derivatives, and composites have been widely reported to possess antibacterial properties. Most of the studies simulating the interaction between bacterial cell membranes and the surface of graphene have proposed that the graphene-induced bacteria... View more
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