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Themed collection Nanobiointerfaces

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Editorial

Nanobiointerfaces: a themed collection

The guest editors introduce this themed collection for Biomaterials Science on nanobiointerfaces.

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Minireview

Antimicrobial graphene materials: the interplay of complex materials characteristics and competing mechanisms

This minireview attempts to correlate the complex structure–property relationship with the antimicrobial mechanisms of graphene materials.

Graphical abstract: Antimicrobial graphene materials: the interplay of complex materials characteristics and competing mechanisms
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Review Article

Recent progress in the development of near-infrared organic photothermal and photodynamic nanotherapeutics

Phototherapies including photothermal therapy (PTT) and photodynamic therapy (PDT) have gained considerable attention due to their high tumor ablation efficiency, excellent spatial resolution and minimal side effects on normal tissue.

Graphical abstract: Recent progress in the development of near-infrared organic photothermal and photodynamic nanotherapeutics
From the themed collection: Nanobiointerfaces
Review Article

Therapeutic applications of iron oxide based nanoparticles in cancer: basic concepts and recent advances

Nanotechnology has introduced new techniques and phototherapy approaches to fabricate and utilize nanoparticles for cancer therapy.

Graphical abstract: Therapeutic applications of iron oxide based nanoparticles in cancer: basic concepts and recent advances
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Review Article

Recent advancements in biocompatible inorganic nanoparticles towards biomedical applications

This review summarizes the recent advancements in preparation, surface modification, functionalization, and in vivo imaging applications of biocompatible inorganic nanoparticles.

Graphical abstract: Recent advancements in biocompatible inorganic nanoparticles towards biomedical applications
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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

An exosomal- and interfacial biosensing-based strategy for remote monitoring of aberrantly phosphorylated proteins in lung cancer cells

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Paper

Chitosan-catechol: a writable bioink under serum culture media

Mussel-inspired adhesive polymers exhibiting rapid complexation with serum proteins are used as a direct writable bioink for additive techniques, 3D printing. The mussel-inspired bioinks would be a promising way to design a biocompatible 3D bioink cross-linked without any external stimuli.

Graphical abstract: Chitosan-catechol: a writable bioink under serum culture media
From the themed collection: Nanobiointerfaces
Paper

The interplay of nanointerface curvature and calcium binding in weak polyelectrolyte-coated nanoparticles

Calcium binding and surface curvature determine the structural and functional properties of weak polyelectrolytes grafted to nanoparticles in biological environments.

Graphical abstract: The interplay of nanointerface curvature and calcium binding in weak polyelectrolyte-coated nanoparticles
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Paper

Dendritic phospholipid-based drug delivery systems

A class of new dendritic phospholipid compounds with different hydrophilic dendritic poly(L-lysine) peripheries from generations 1 (G1) to 3 (G3) (DPL-1 to DPL-3) were synthesised and nano-drug delivery systems based on these compounds were prepared (DPN-2 and DPN-3).

Graphical abstract: Dendritic phospholipid-based drug delivery systems
From the themed collection: Nanobiointerfaces
Paper

pH-Triggered nanostructural transformations in antimicrobial peptide/oleic acid self-assemblies

This study reports smart nanostructures based on oleic acid/peptide mixtures in water for the delivery of antimicrobial peptides.

Graphical abstract: pH-Triggered nanostructural transformations in antimicrobial peptide/oleic acid self-assemblies
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Paper

Interaction of cells with patterned reactors

The patterning of subcompartmentalized enzyme-loaded reactors is illustrated and the effect of triggered encapsulated catalysis on adhering cells is reported.

Graphical abstract: Interaction of cells with patterned reactors
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Paper

Enhanced cell adhesion on a bio-inspired hierarchically structured polyester modified with gelatin-methacrylate

Herein, fabrication and modification of novel bio-inspired microwell arrays with nanoscale topographic structures are reported.

Graphical abstract: Enhanced cell adhesion on a bio-inspired hierarchically structured polyester modified with gelatin-methacrylate
From the themed collection: Nanobiointerfaces
Paper

Graphene quantum dots based fluorescence turn-on nanoprobe for highly sensitive and selective imaging of hydrogen sulfide in living cells

Graphene quantum dots-based fluorescent turn-on nanoprobe is developed for real-time monitoring the triggered dynamic change of intracellular H2S.

Graphical abstract: Graphene quantum dots based fluorescence turn-on nanoprobe for highly sensitive and selective imaging of hydrogen sulfide in living cells
From the themed collection: Nanobiointerfaces
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