Carboxyl-modified single-wall carbon nanotubes improve bone tissue formation in vitro and repair in an in vivo rat model

Antonio Barrientos-Durán, Ellen M. Carpenter, Nicole I. Zur Nieden, Theodore I. Malinin, Juan Carlos Rodríguez-Manzaneque, Laura P. Zanello

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