Magnetoelectric effect: principles and applications in biology and medicine- a review
authors Kopyl, S; Surmenev, R; Surmeneva, M; Fetisov, Y; Kholkin, A
nationality International
journal MATERIALS TODAY BIO
author keywords Magnetoelectric effect; Multiferroics; Piezoelectricity; Brain stimulation; Tissue engineering; Drug delivery; Wireless power transfer
keywords POLYMER-BASED NANOCOMPOSITES; OSTEOGENIC DIFFERENTIATION; OPTOGENETIC CONTROL; ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION; SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX; BRAIN-STIMULATION; FE-GA; WIRELESS; SCAFFOLDS; FIELDS
abstract Magnetoelectric (ME) effect experimentally discovered about 60 years ago remains one of the promising research fields with the main applications in microelectronics and sensors. However, its applications to biology and medicine are still in their infancy. For the diagnosis and treatment of diseases at the intracellular level, it is necessary to develop a maximally non-invasive way of local stimulation of individual neurons, navigation, and distribution of biomolecules in damaged cells with relatively high efficiency and adequate spatial and temporal resolution. Recently developed ME materials (composites), which combine elastically coupled piezoelectric (PE) and magnetostrictive (MS) phases, have been shown to yield very strong ME effects even at room temperature. This makes them a promising toolbox for solving many problems of modern medicine. The main ME materials, processing technologies, as well as most prospective biomedical applications will be overviewed, and modern trends in using ME materials for future therapies, wireless power transfer, and optogenetics will be considered.
publisher ELSEVIER
issn 2590-0064
year published 2021
volume 12
digital object identifier (doi) 10.1016/j.mtbio.2021.100149
web of science category 30
subject category Engineering, Biomedical; Materials Science, Biomaterials
unique article identifier WOS:000714763900005

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