Graphene oxide nanosheets reshape synaptic function in cultured brain networksCitation formats

  • External authors:
  • Rossana Rauti
  • Neus Lozano Valdes
  • Veronica Leon
  • Denis Scaini
  • Mattia Musto
  • Ilaria Rago
  • Francesco Paolo Ulloa Severino
  • Alessandra Fabbro
  • Loredana Casalis
  • Ester Vazquez Fernandez-Pacheco
  • Maurizio Prato
  • Laura Ballerini

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Graphene oxide nanosheets reshape synaptic function in cultured brain networks. / Rauti, Rossana; Lozano Valdes, Neus; Leon, Veronica; Scaini, Denis; Musto, Mattia; Rago, Ilaria; Ulloa Severino, Francesco Paolo; Fabbro, Alessandra; Casalis, Loredana; Fernandez-Pacheco, Ester Vazquez; Kostarelos, Kostas; Prato, Maurizio; Ballerini, Laura.

In: ACS Nano, Vol. 10, No. 4, 31.03.2016, p. 4459 − 4471.

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Harvard

Rauti, R, Lozano Valdes, N, Leon, V, Scaini, D, Musto, M, Rago, I, Ulloa Severino, FP, Fabbro, A, Casalis, L, Fernandez-Pacheco, EV, Kostarelos, K, Prato, M & Ballerini, L 2016, 'Graphene oxide nanosheets reshape synaptic function in cultured brain networks', ACS Nano, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 4459 − 4471. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.6b00130

APA

Rauti, R., Lozano Valdes, N., Leon, V., Scaini, D., Musto, M., Rago, I., ... Ballerini, L. (2016). Graphene oxide nanosheets reshape synaptic function in cultured brain networks. ACS Nano, 10(4), 4459 − 4471. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.6b00130

Vancouver

Rauti R, Lozano Valdes N, Leon V, Scaini D, Musto M, Rago I et al. Graphene oxide nanosheets reshape synaptic function in cultured brain networks. ACS Nano. 2016 Mar 31;10(4):4459 − 4471. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.6b00130

Author

Rauti, Rossana ; Lozano Valdes, Neus ; Leon, Veronica ; Scaini, Denis ; Musto, Mattia ; Rago, Ilaria ; Ulloa Severino, Francesco Paolo ; Fabbro, Alessandra ; Casalis, Loredana ; Fernandez-Pacheco, Ester Vazquez ; Kostarelos, Kostas ; Prato, Maurizio ; Ballerini, Laura. / Graphene oxide nanosheets reshape synaptic function in cultured brain networks. In: ACS Nano. 2016 ; Vol. 10, No. 4. pp. 4459 − 4471.

Bibtex

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