Graphene nanoribbons are internalized by human primary immune cell subpopulations maintaining a safety profile: A high-dimensional pilot study by single-cell mass cytometry

Claudia Fuoco, Xiangfeng Luan, Laura Fusco, Federica Riccio, Giulio Giuliani, Hazel Lin, Marco Orecchioni, Cristina Martín, Gianni Cesareni, Xinliang Feng, Yiyong Mai, Alberto Bianco, Lucia Gemma Delogu

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