Toxicity of graphene oxide in covid 19 gene therapy | 氧化石墨烯在covid 19基因治療中的毒性

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The so-called covid 19 vaccines are actually gene therapy and designed to alter your genetics.  Graphene oxide is one main ingredient which is highly toxic.  It is used to carry the drugs right to the targets.  This chemical is absolutely weapon-grade chemical that damage multiple organs and it is not surprising that people die after receiving covid 19 vaccines.

所謂的 covid 19 疫苗實際上是基因療法,旨在改變您的基因。 氧化石墨烯是一種劇毒的主要成分。 它用於將藥物運送到目標。這種化學物質絕對是武器級化學物質,會損害多個器官,人們在接種 covid 19 疫苗後死亡也就不足為奇了。


1- Graphene oxide generates thrombi: 氧化石墨烯產生血栓

2- Graphene oxide generates blood coagulation: 氧化石墨烯產生凝血作用: -con-grafeno-con-

3- Toxicity of graphene-family nanoparticles: a general review of the origins
and mechanisms. 石墨烯家族納米粒子的毒性:起源和機制的一般回顧。 -016- 0168-y

4- Toxicity of graphene in human sperm: 石墨烯在人類精子中的毒性:

5- The dangers of graphene and its side effects on human biology:  石墨烯的危害及其對人體生物學的副作用 efectos-

6- Graphene nanomaterials: synthesis, biocompatibility and cytotoxicity: 石墨烯納米材料:合成、生物相容性和細胞毒性:

7- Nanotoxicology: Breathing carbon nanotubes causes pulmonary fibrosis,
a cause of lung cancer: 納米毒理學:吸入碳納米管會導致肺纖維化,這是肺癌的一個原因
nanotubos-de- carbono-produce-fibrosis-pulmonar-una-causa-de-cancer-

8- Safety assessment of graphene-based materials: Focus on human
health and the environment: 石墨烯基材料的安全評估:關注人類健康和環境:

9- Graphene oxide is detected in the body by specialized cells of the
immune system causing the same symptomatology as the alleged
“SARSCOV2”: 免疫系統的特化細胞在體內檢測到氧化石墨烯,引起與所謂的“SARSCOV2”相同的症狀:

10- Toxicity of graphene in normal human lung cells:  石墨烯對正常人肺細胞的毒性:

11- Can nanomaterials induce reproductive toxicity in male mammals?: 納米材料能否誘導雄性哺乳動物的生殖毒性?:

12- Graphene oxide affects the outcome of in vitro fertilization by interacting
with the sperm membrane in an animal model:  氧化石墨烯通過與動物模型中的精子膜相互作用來影響體外受精的結果:

13- Effects of Nano-Graphene Oxide on Testis, Epididymis and Fertility of Wistar Rats: 納米氧化石墨烯對Wistar大鼠睾丸、附睾和生育力的影響: –

14- Graphene oxide nano-bio interaction induces inhibition of spermatogenesisand disturbance of fatty acid metabolism in the nematode Caenorhabditiselegans: 氧化石墨烯納米生物相互作用誘導線蟲秀麗隱桿線蟲精子發生抑制和脂肪酸代謝紊亂

15- Graphene oxide touches blood: in vivo interactions of “bio-coronated”
2D materials: 氧化石墨烯接觸血液:“生物加冕”的體內相互作用二維材料:!divAbstract

16- Toxicity of graphene in human sperm and consequences:  石墨烯在人類精子中的毒性和後果:

17- Graphene oxide can induce in vitro and in vivo mutagenesis (cancer): 氧化石墨烯可以誘導體外和體內誘變(癌症):

18- Repeated exposure to aerosolized graphene oxide mediates autophagy
inhibition and inflammation in a three-dimensional human airway model: 在三維人體氣道模型中反复暴露於霧化氧化石墨烯介導自噬抑制和炎症: #fig5

19- Single exposure to aerosolized graphene oxide and graphene nanoplatelets did not initiate an acute biological response in a 3D human lung model: 在 3D 人肺模型中,單次暴露於氣溶膠氧化石墨烯和石墨烯納米片不會引發急性生物反應: #undfig1

20- Physico-chemical properties based on differential toxicity of graphene
oxide/reduced graphene oxide in human lung cells mediated by oxidative stress: 基於氧化應激介導的人肺細胞中氧化石墨烯/還原氧化石墨烯的差異毒性的物理化學性質:

21- An assessment of the cytotoxic effects of graphene nanoparticles on the
epithelial cells of the human lungs:

22- Role of surface charge and oxidative stress in cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of graphene oxide towards human lung fibroblast cells:

23- Toxicity of graphene oxide and multi-walled carbon nanotubes
against human cells and zebrafish:

24- An in vitro cytotoxicity assessment of graphene nanosheets on alveolar cells: hub

25- Graphene nanosheets damage the lysosomal and mitochondrial membranes
and induce the apoptosis of RBL-2H3 cells: hub

26- Genotoxicity of graphene nanoribbons in human mesenchymal stem cells: hub

27- Differential genotoxic and epigenotoxic effects of graphene family
nanomaterials (GFNs) in human bronchial epithelial cells: hub

28- A closer look at the genotoxicity of graphene based materials:

29- DNA Melting and Genotoxicity Induced by Silver Nanoparticles and

30- Hydroxylated-Graphene Quantum Dots Induce DNA Damage and Disrupt Microtubule Structure in Human Esophageal Epithelial Cells:

31- Graphene oxide nanosheets induce DNA damage and activate the base
excision repair (BER) signaling pathway both in vitro and in vivo:

32- Genotoxic response and damage recovery of macrophages to graphene
quantum dots:

33- Can graphene quantum dots cause DNA damage in cells?:

34- Blood exposure to graphene oxide may cause anaphylactic death in non-
human primates:

35- Cellular and molecular mechanistic insight into the DNA-damaging potential of few-layer graphene in human primary endothelial cells: a%3Dihub

36- Impact of graphene oxide on human placental trophoblast viability,
functionality and barrier integrity:

37- PEGylation of Reduced Graphene Oxide Induces Toxicity in Cells of the Blood–Brain Barrier: An in Vitro and in Vivo Study:

38- Oxygen content-related DNA damage of graphene oxide on human retinal pigment epithelium cells:

39- Cytotoxicity Effects of Graphene and Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes in Neural Phaeochromocytoma-Derived PC12 Cells:

40- Evaluation of Graphene Oxide Induced Cellular Toxicity and Transcriptome Analysis in Human Embryonic Kidney Cells:

41- Toxicology Study of Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes and Reduced Graphene Oxide in Human Sperm:

42- Dose-dependent effects of nanoscale graphene oxide on reproduction
capability of mammals:

43- Short-term in vivo exposure to graphene oxide can cause damage to the gut and testis:

44- Cyto and genotoxicities of graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide
sheets on spermatozoa:

45- Nanotoxicity of Graphene and Graphene Oxide:

46- Graphene toxicity as a double-edged sword of risks and exploitable
opportunities: a critical analysis of the most recent trends and

47- A differential effect of graphene oxide on the production of proinflammatory cytokines by murine microglia:

48- Graphene oxide disrupted mitochondrial homeostasis through inducing
intracellular redox deviation and autophagy-lysosomal network dysfunction in SH-SY5Y cells:

49- Biodistribution and pulmonary toxicity of intratracheally instilled graphene oxide in mice:

50- A review of toxicity studies on graphene-based nanomaterials in laboratory animals:

51- Neutrophils degrade graphene oxide, mediated by myeloperoxidase: ade_Gra

52- Dose ranging, expanded acute toxicity and safety pharmacology studies for intravenously administered functionalized graphene nanoparticle

53- Remote control of the cardiac activity of a living being using graphene: cardiacas-cultivadas-

54- Graphene oxide induces apoptotic cell death in endothelial cells by
activating autophagy via calcium-dependent phosphorylation of c-Jun N-terminal kinases:

55- Cellular and molecular mechanistic insight into the DNA-damaging potential of few-layer graphene in human primary endothelial

56- Toxicity Evaluation of Graphene Oxide in Kidneys of Sprague-Dawley Rats:

57- Toxicology of carbon nanotubes and fullerenes:

58- The Puzzling Potential of Carbon Nanomaterials: General Properties,
Application, and Toxicity:

59- Synthesis and Toxicity of Graphene Oxide Nanoparticles: A Literature Review of In Vitro and In Vivo studies:

60- Radio-frequency characteristics of graphene oxide:

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