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Biotransformations and cytotoxicity of graphene and inorganic two-dimensional nanomaterials using simulated digestions coupled with a triculture in vitro model of the human gastrointestinal epithelium

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Lila Bazina, Dimitrios Bitounis, Xiaoqiong Cao, Glen M. DeLoid, Dorsa Parviz, Michael S. Strano, Hao-Yu Greg Lin, David C. Bell, Brian D. Thrall, and Philip Demokritou. 2021. “ Biotransformations and cytotoxicity of graphene and inorganic two-dimensional nanomaterials using simulated digestions coupled with a triculture in vitro model of the human gastrointestinal epithelium .” Environ. Sci.: Nano, Pp. -. Publisher's Version Abstract Background: engineered nanomaterials have already made their way into myriad applications and products across multiple industries. However, the potential...
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