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China Biotechnology
China Biotechnology  2017, Vol. 37 Issue (8): 78-83    DOI: 10.13523/j.cb.20170812
The Application of Graphene and Derivatives in Orthopedics
JIAO Yang, LIU Heng, Talatibaike·Maimaitijuma, CAO Yong-ping
Department of Orthopedics, Peking University First Hospital, Beijing 100034, China
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Abstract  Graphene and its derivatives have unique physical, chemical and biological properties, such as antibacterial property, promoting osteogenesis, increasing the wear resistance of composite materials, etc. It has broad application prospects in biomedicine and tissue engineering. The application and research progress of graphene and its derivatives in orthopedics were introduced, in order to provide theoretical basis for the future clinical and fundamental research.

Key wordsBiomaterial      Graphene      Application      Derivative      Orthopedic     
Received: 07 February 2017      Published: 25 August 2017
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JIAO Yang, LIU Heng, Talatibaike·Maimaitijuma, CAO Yong-ping. The Application of Graphene and Derivatives in Orthopedics. China Biotechnology, 2017, 37(8): 78-83.

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