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Bioapplications of two-dimensional materials embrace demanding features in terms of environmental impact, toxicity and biocompatibility. Here we report on the use of a rationally modified lysozyme to assist the exfoliation of MoS 2 bulk crystals suspended in water through ultrasonic exfoliation. The design of the proposed lysozyme derivative provides this exfoliated 2D-materail with both, hydrophobic groups that interact with the surface of MoS 2 and hydrophilic groups exposed to the aqueousdoi:10.1088/2053-1583/aa7966 fatcat:loyuo2wonfc7lmgt5sbjiuiqbe