Using graphene oxide flakes to combat anxiety

A paper published in Biomaterials reports the possible use of graphene oxide flakes synthesized by the Nanomedicine@ICN2 Team to combat anxiety-related behaviour in vertebrates. This study envisions the application of such graphene oxide flakes as nanotools for improved precision medicine in neurological disorders.

The research was led by SISSA – International School for Advanced Studies of Trieste (Italy), in the framework of the European Graphene Flagship project.
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The results of the study have attracted some attention in the wider scientific media, featuring the findings:
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You can read the open-access paper here.