Author(s): Uo M, Akasaka T, Watari F, Sato Y, Tohji K, Uo M, Akasaka T, Watari F, Sato Y, Tohji K, Uo M, Akasaka T, Watari F, Sato Y, Tohji K, Uo M, Akasaka T, Watari F, Sato Y, Tohji K
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Abstract After the discovery of fullerene and carbon nanotubes, various carbon nanomaterials were discovered or synthesized. The carbon nanomaterials have remarkable properties, different from bulk materials with the same chemical composition, and are therefore useful for industrial applications. However, the toxicity of nanomaterials may also differ from that of the bulk materials; this difference poses a concern. The physical similarity of nanomaterials to asbestos has led to evaluations for toxicity by many researchers using various methods. In this review, we compile and compare the toxicity evaluations of each carbon nanomaterial.
This article was published in Dent Mater J
and referenced in Journal of Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery