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128th General Meeting of Korean Chemical Society Promotion of Myogenesis in Graphene-Incorporated 2D Substrates and 3D Scaffolds

Submission Date :
9 / 9 / 2021 , 10 : 36 : 24
Abstract Number :
128090947056
Presenting Type:
Symposium
Presenting Area :
Polymer Chemistry - Special Symposium by Mid-career Biomaterials Scientists
Authors :
Dong-Wook Han
Department of Optics and Mechatronics Engineering, Pusan National University, Korea
Assigned Code :
POLY1-2 Assigend Code Guideline
Presenting Time :
THU, 16 : 10

During the past few decades, two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials have attracted enormous interests due to their outstanding performance in various areas ranging from electronics, photonics, biomedicine, and energy storage/harvesting. Likewise, graphene family nanomaterials have emerged since 2010 as functional 2D materials to offer a wide spectrum of technological opportunities. Owing to their exceptional physicochemical and thermomechanical characteristics as well as biological and optoelectronical properties, functional graphene nanomaterials (FGNs) are considered to be promising for many applications especially in the biomedical fields such as drug delivery, bioimaging, biosensor, theranostics, therapeutics, and tissue engineering. Tremendous studies are still underway to employ FGNs for those biomedical applications. Some seminal studies, in particular, have endeavored to determine the behavioral changes of stem or progenitor cells when faced with specific types of FGNs-based bionanomaterials. In this presentation, I'd like to discuss the potential of some graphene-incorporated 2D substrates, such as patterned arrays and nanofibrous matrices, and 3D scaffolds including porous foams and 3D printed constructs as new innovative options for regeneration of skeletal muscle tissue together with introduction of my recent studies for the development of medical devices based on FGNs.