Themed collection Biomaterials Science 10th Anniversary: Top papers from Europe
Pre-clinical non-viral vectors exploited for in vivo CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing: an overview
Non-viral delivery technologies for efficient in vivo Clustered Regulatory Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats (CRISPR/Cas9) gene editing.
Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles for magnetic hyperthermia: recent advancements, molecular effects, and future directions in the omics era
Coating and targeting strategies improve superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles-induced hyperthermia, while omics can unveil molecular effects.
Meta-biomaterials are designer biomaterials with unusual and even unprecedented properties that primarily originate from their geometrical designs at different (usually smaller) length scales.
The impact of structure dimensions on initial bacterial adhesion
The changes in structure periods in the microscale strongly affect initial bacterial adhesion.
Broad spectrum antibacterial photodynamic and photothermal therapy achieved with indocyanine green loaded SPIONs under near infrared irradiation
Antimicrobial photodynamic therapy (aPDT) and antimicrobial photothermal therapy (aPTT) are promising local and effective alternative therapies for antibiotic resistant bacterial infections and biofilms.
Hydrogel 3D in vitro tumor models for screening cell aggregation mediated drug response
Hydrogel-based 3D in vitro models comprising tumor ECM-mimetic biomaterials exhibit differential responses to therapeutics according to cancer cells cellular aggregation state.
Cell loaded 3D bioprinted GelMA hydrogels for corneal stroma engineering
Tissue engineering aims to replace missing or damaged tissues and restore their functions.
Carbon nanotube doped pericardial matrix derived electroconductive biohybrid hydrogel for cardiac tissue engineering
Biohybrid hydrogels consisting of solubilized nanostructured pericardial matrix and electroconductive positively charged hydrazide-conjugated carbon nanotubes provide a promising material for stem cell-based cardiac tissue engineering.
Cationic octahedral molybdenum cluster complexes functionalized with mitochondria-targeting ligands: photodynamic anticancer and antibacterial activities
Octahedral molybdenum cluster complexes bearing mitochondria-targeting terminal functions are attractive candidates for photodynamic applications and luminescent probes.
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.
Antibiotic gold: tethering of antimicrobial peptides to gold nanoparticles maintains conformational flexibility of peptides and improves trypsin susceptibility
Peptide-coated nanoparticles are valuable tools for diverse biological applications, such as drug delivery, molecular recognition, and antimicrobial action.
Curcumin loaded mesoporous silica: an effective drug delivery system for cancer treatment
Mesoporous silica material based drug delivery systems (DDSs) containing curcumin show biocompatibility in normal cells and an effective anti-cancer effect in cancer cells.
Significance of surface charge and shell material of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticle (SPION) based core/shell nanoparticles on the composition of the protein corona
We showed that protein corona is strongly dependent on the coating of the material.
Personalized protein coronas: a “key” factor at the nanobiointerface
The type of human disease has a crucial role in the protein composition at the surface of nanoparticles.
The surface charge of anti-bacterial coatings alters motility and biofilm architecture
Bacterial colonization of abiotic surfaces with differences in physicochemical properties gives rise to different types of bacterial biofilms, with respect to biofilm architecture, biofilm physiology and the amount of biofilm formed.
About this collection
This online collection features some of the most cited, most downloaded and most shared articles from Europe published in Biomaterials Science during the first 10 years of the journal.
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