Antiviral Nanomaterials for Designing Mixed Matrix Membranesopen access
- Alayande, Abayomi Babatunde; Kang, Yesol; Jang, Jaewon; Jee, Hobin; Lee, Yong-Gu; Kim, In S.; Yang, Euntae
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- antiviral; virucidal; mixed matrix membrane; nanomaterial
- MEMBRANES, v.11, no.7
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- Membranes are helpful tools to prevent airborne and waterborne pathogenic microorganisms, including viruses and bacteria. A membrane filter can physically separate pathogens from air or water. Moreover, incorporating antiviral and antibacterial nanoparticles into the matrix of membrane filters can render composite structures capable of killing pathogenic viruses and bacteria. Such membranes incorporated with antiviral and antibacterial nanoparticles have a great potential for being applied in various application scenarios. Therefore, in this perspective article, we attempt to explore the fundamental mechanisms and recent progress of designing antiviral membrane filters, challenges to be addressed, and outlook.
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