Diamond thin films: giving biomedical applications a new shine
11 October 2017
A recent paper by Professor Paul May and reviews a large body of data regarding the use of diamond substrates for in vitro cell culture as well as detailing more recent work exploring diamond-coated implants with the main targets being bone and neural tissue
The conclusion is that diamond emerges as one of the major new biomaterials of the twenty-first century that could shape the way medical treatment will be performed, especially when invasive procedures are required.
Diamond Thin Films: Giving Biomedical Applications a New Shine Journal of the Royal Society Interface