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Mini Review: Nanosheet Technology towards Biomedical Application.

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Summary of "Mini Review: Nanosheet Technology towards Biomedical Application."

The fabrication technique of ultrathin film (commonly known as nanosheets) has been significantly developed over the years. Due to the mechanical properties of nanosheets, such as high levels of adhesion and flexibility, this made nanosheets the ideal candidate in biomedical applications. In this review, innovative biomedical applications of nanosheets are discussed, which include, drug delivery, wound treatment, and functional nanosheets towards flexible biodevices, etc. Finally, the future outlook of nanosheet technology towards a biomedical application is discussed.

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Name: Nanomaterials (Basel, Switzerland)
ISSN: 2079-4991
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