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Recent advances in stimuli-responsive in situ self-assembly of small molecule probes for in vivo imaging of enzymatic activity

Stimuli-responsive in situ self-assembly of small molecule probes into nanostructures has been promising for the construction of molecular probes for in vivo imaging.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in stimuli-responsive in situ self-assembly of small molecule probes for in vivo imaging of enzymatic activity
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Protein cages and virus-like particles: from fundamental insight to biomimetic therapeutics

Protein cages found in nature have evolved for a variety of purposes and this review focuses on how they are being co-opted for use in immunotherapy and therapeutic delivery.

Graphical abstract: Protein cages and virus-like particles: from fundamental insight to biomimetic therapeutics
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
Review Article

Single-atom nanozymes for biological applications

Single-atom nanozymes with high catalytic activity, selectivity, and stability have been used in the treatment of cancer, wound trauma, and brain diseases.

Graphical abstract: Single-atom nanozymes for biological applications
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
Open Access Review Article

Biomaterials-based approaches to model embryogenesis

Biomaterials are emerging as invaluable tools to investigate key mechanisms of human development using advance in vitro models. Nanomaterials can contribute to further refine these models.

Graphical abstract: Biomaterials-based approaches to model embryogenesis
Review Article

Structured micro/nano materials synthesized via electrospray: a review

Electrospray enables the preparation of versatile spherical, non-spherical, and assembled micro/nano materials.

Graphical abstract: Structured micro/nano materials synthesized via electrospray: a review
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
Open Access Review Article

A call for action to the biomaterial community to tackle antimicrobial resistance

The global surge of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a major concern for public health and proving to be a key challenge in modern disease treatment, requiring action plans at all levels.

Graphical abstract: A call for action to the biomaterial community to tackle antimicrobial resistance
Review Article

Polydopamine free radical scavengers

This feature article summarizes the recent progress, challenges and future directions of free radical scavengers based on polydopamine, including the integrated mechanism, current regulating strategies, and kinds of biomedical applications.

Graphical abstract: Polydopamine free radical scavengers
Review Article

Peptide-based supramolecular hydrogels for bioimaging applications

Peptide-based supramolecular hydrogels have unique merits in bioimaging applications.

Graphical abstract: Peptide-based supramolecular hydrogels for bioimaging applications
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
Review Article

Recent advances in semiconducting polymer dots as optical probes for biosensing

This review mainly summarized the recent results that used bright polymer dots (Pdots) for the detection of different analytes such as reactive oxygen species (ROS), metal ions, pH values, and a variety of biomolecules.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in semiconducting polymer dots as optical probes for biosensing
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
Review Article

Hemostatic nanotechnologies for external and internal hemorrhage management

Hemostatic nanotechnologies promote the development of various hemostatic materials for external and internal hemorrhage management.

Graphical abstract: Hemostatic nanotechnologies for external and internal hemorrhage management
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
Review Article

The development of phosphorescent probes for in vitro and in vivo bioimaging

This review mainly introduces the phosphorescent probes applied in vitro and in vivo bioimaging.

Graphical abstract: The development of phosphorescent probes for in vitro and in vivo bioimaging
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
Review Article

Recent advances in improving tumor-targeted delivery of imaging nanoprobes

This review discusses various recent strategies based on different targeting ligands to improve the tumor-specific targeting of nanoprobes toward precision imaging diagnosis.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in improving tumor-targeted delivery of imaging nanoprobes
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
Review Article

Photothermal bactericidal surfaces: killing bacteria using light instead of biocides

Recent developments of photothermal bactericidal surfaces based on immobilized photothermal agents to kill bacteria through hyperthermia effects are reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Photothermal bactericidal surfaces: killing bacteria using light instead of biocides
From the themed collection: Antibacterial Biomaterials
Communication

Development of new self-assembled cationic amino liposomes for efficient gene delivery

A library of lipidoids self-assembling to liposomes exhibits excellent transfection efficiency in HEK 293T cells and mESCs with low cytotoxicity.

Graphical abstract: Development of new self-assembled cationic amino liposomes for efficient gene delivery
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
Communication

The potential role of borophene as a radiosensitizer in boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT) and particle therapy (PT)

The potential role of borophene as a radiosensitizer in PT and BNCT was investigated.

Graphical abstract: The potential role of borophene as a radiosensitizer in boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT) and particle therapy (PT)
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
Communication

Differentiation of neural-type cells on multi-scale ordered collagen-silica bionanocomposites

Cells respond to biophysical and biochemical signals. We developed a composite filament from collagen and silica particles which combines scaffolding and signaling. We show that local tuning of collagen organization enhances cell differentiation.

Graphical abstract: Differentiation of neural-type cells on multi-scale ordered collagen-silica bionanocomposites
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Cascaded bio-responsive delivery of eNOS gene and ZNF580 gene to collaboratively treat hindlimb ischemia via pro-angiogenesis and anti-inflammation

The cascaded, bio-responsively delivered eNOS gene and ZNF580 gene overcome transfection bottlenecks and collaboratively exert anti-ischemic function via promoting angiogenesis and alleviating inflammation.

Graphical abstract: Cascaded bio-responsive delivery of eNOS gene and ZNF580 gene to collaboratively treat hindlimb ischemia via pro-angiogenesis and anti-inflammation
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Fe-TCPP@CS nanoparticles as photodynamic and photothermal agents for efficient antimicrobial therapy

Photodynamic and photothermal agents for efficient antimicrobial therapy.

Graphical abstract: Fe-TCPP@CS nanoparticles as photodynamic and photothermal agents for efficient antimicrobial therapy
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Increased cross-linking micelle retention in the brain of Alzheimer's disease mice by elevated asparagine endopeptidase protease responsive aggregation

The asparagine endopeptidase responsive cross-linking micelle (RCM) increased the brain retention of Alzheimer's disease mice.

Graphical abstract: Increased cross-linking micelle retention in the brain of Alzheimer's disease mice by elevated asparagine endopeptidase protease responsive aggregation
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Ultra-small platinum nanoparticles on gold nanorods induced intracellular ROS fluctuation to drive megakaryocytic differentiation of leukemia cells

Au@Pt nanoparticles induce chronic myeloid leukemia cells to differentiate into megakaryocytes by causing intracellular ROS fluctuations with multiple enzyme-like activities.

Graphical abstract: Ultra-small platinum nanoparticles on gold nanorods induced intracellular ROS fluctuation to drive megakaryocytic differentiation of leukemia cells
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Green facile synthesis to develop nanoscale coordination polymers as lysosome-targetable luminescent bioprobes

A facile green hand grinding technique has been adopted towards the design of three nanoscale crystalline materials that serves as an excellent selective bio tracker for intracellular lysosome.

Graphical abstract: Green facile synthesis to develop nanoscale coordination polymers as lysosome-targetable luminescent bioprobes
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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The synthesis of two-dimensional Bi2Te3@SiO2 core–shell nanosheets for fluorescence/photoacoustic/infrared (FL/PA/IR) tri-modal imaging-guided photothermal/photodynamic combination therapy

Surface activated Bi2Te3 nanosheets (NSs) conjugated with chlorin e6 (Ce6) were developed for high-performance tumor theranostics.

Graphical abstract: The synthesis of two-dimensional Bi2Te3@SiO2 core–shell nanosheets for fluorescence/photoacoustic/infrared (FL/PA/IR) tri-modal imaging-guided photothermal/photodynamic combination therapy
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Overcoming therapeutic failure in osteosarcoma via Apatinib-encapsulated hydrophobic poly(ester amide) nanoparticles

A nano-Apatinib delivery system overcomes drug resistance by targeting osteosarcoma stem-like cells.

Graphical abstract: Overcoming therapeutic failure in osteosarcoma via Apatinib-encapsulated hydrophobic poly(ester amide) nanoparticles
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Haemoglobin-loaded metal organic framework-based nanoparticles camouflaged with a red blood cell membrane as potential oxygen delivery systems

Metal organic frameworks are used to protect hemoglobin from denaturation thus preserving its excellent oxygen-binding and releasing properties. Decorating with cell membranes minimizes protein adsorption holding potential for long circulation.

Graphical abstract: Haemoglobin-loaded metal organic framework-based nanoparticles camouflaged with a red blood cell membrane as potential oxygen delivery systems
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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A peptide–drug hydrogel to enhance the anti-cancer activity of chlorambucil

The CRB–FFF–cyclen could transform into a hydrogel via a heating–cooling process. The resulting hydrogel could be protonated in a tumor environment, which is beneficial for cellular uptake and anti-tumor activity.

Graphical abstract: A peptide–drug hydrogel to enhance the anti-cancer activity of chlorambucil
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Multi-component peptide hydrogels – a systematic study incorporating biomolecules for the exploration of diverse, tuneable biomaterials

A systematic study showcasing a library of multi-component gels using the novel gelator C14-FF and various biocomponents for the development of tuneable matrices.

Graphical abstract: Multi-component peptide hydrogels – a systematic study incorporating biomolecules for the exploration of diverse, tuneable biomaterials
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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The development of a Glypican-3-specific binding peptide using in vivo and in vitro two-step phage display screening for the PET imaging of hepatocellular carcinoma

An in vivo and in vitro two-step phage display screening approach to identify Glypican-3 targeting peptides for the detection of hepatocellular carcinoma with low normal liver uptake.

Graphical abstract: The development of a Glypican-3-specific binding peptide using in vivo and in vitro two-step phage display screening for the PET imaging of hepatocellular carcinoma
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Induction of a higher-ordered architecture in glatiramer acetate improves its biological efficiency in an animal model of multiple sclerosis

The change in the architecture of glatiramer acetate results in an enhanced therapeutic effect to treat experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis.

Graphical abstract: Induction of a higher-ordered architecture in glatiramer acetate improves its biological efficiency in an animal model of multiple sclerosis
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Injectable postoperative enzyme-responsive hydrogels for reversing temozolomide resistance and reducing local recurrence after glioma operation

Glioma is the most aggressive primary malignant brain tumor.

Graphical abstract: Injectable postoperative enzyme-responsive hydrogels for reversing temozolomide resistance and reducing local recurrence after glioma operation
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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An alpha/beta chimeric peptide molecular brush for eradicating MRSA biofilms and persister cells to mitigate antimicrobial resistance

An α/β chimeric polypeptide molecular brush shows excellent performance in eradicating established biofilms, persister cells, and clinically isolated multi-drug resistant Gram-positive bacteria.

Graphical abstract: An alpha/beta chimeric peptide molecular brush for eradicating MRSA biofilms and persister cells to mitigate antimicrobial resistance
From the themed collection: Antibacterial Biomaterials
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Multi pH-sensitive polymer–drug conjugate mixed micelles for efficient co-delivery of doxorubicin and curcumin to synergistically suppress tumor metastasis

Multi pH-responsive polymer-drug conjugate mixed micelles were fabricated to co-deliver doxorubicin and curcumin for synergistic suppression tumor metastasis via inhibiting the invasion, migration, intravasation and extravasation of tumor cells.

Graphical abstract: Multi pH-sensitive polymer–drug conjugate mixed micelles for efficient co-delivery of doxorubicin and curcumin to synergistically suppress tumor metastasis
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Multimodal and multifunctional nanoparticles with platelet targeting ability and phase transition efficiency for the molecular imaging and thrombolysis of coronary microthrombi

In this article, we constructed PLGA-cRGD-PFH-ICG NPs through emulsification process and then the bi-modal imaging of coronary microthrombi in ischemia/reperfusion rat model and thrombolysis of clots in vitro were both successfully completed by these NPs.

Graphical abstract: Multimodal and multifunctional nanoparticles with platelet targeting ability and phase transition efficiency for the molecular imaging and thrombolysis of coronary microthrombi
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Visible light mediated PVA-tyramine hydrogels for covalent incorporation and tailorable release of functional growth factors

PVA-Tyr hydrogel facilitated covalent incorporation can control release of pristine growth factors while retaining their native bioactivity.

Graphical abstract: Visible light mediated PVA-tyramine hydrogels for covalent incorporation and tailorable release of functional growth factors
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Integration of antimicrobial peptides and gold nanorods for bimodal antibacterial applications

We integrate the anti-bacterial activity of BF2b antimicrobial peptide and the photothermal sterilization of gold nanorods to kill drug-resistant bacteria.

Graphical abstract: Integration of antimicrobial peptides and gold nanorods for bimodal antibacterial applications
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Anti-osteosarcoma effect of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles both in vitro and in vivo by downregulating the FAK/PI3K/Akt signaling pathway

Schematic representing the anti-cancer effects of nano-HAPs both in vitro and in vivo by downregulating the FAK/PI3K/Akt signaling pathway.

Graphical abstract: Anti-osteosarcoma effect of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles both in vitro and in vivo by downregulating the FAK/PI3K/Akt signaling pathway
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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An RGD modified water-soluble fluorophore probe for in vivo NIR-II imaging of thrombosis

Synthesis of an organic near-infrared second-window fluorescent probe targeting in vivo and in vitro thrombi.

Graphical abstract: An RGD modified water-soluble fluorophore probe for in vivo NIR-II imaging of thrombosis
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Silk degumming time controls horseradish peroxidase-catalyzed hydrogel properties

We report a fundamental study on effect of different silk degumming time on biomaterial properties of enzymatically crosslinked hydrogels.

Graphical abstract: Silk degumming time controls horseradish peroxidase-catalyzed hydrogel properties
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Cocaine analogue conjugated magnetic nanoparticles for labeling and imaging dopaminergic neurons

An iron oxide nanoparticle conjugated with a cocaine analogue exhibits small size and long-term stability with the ability to target dopamine transporter-expressing neurons and provides excellent contrast enhancement under MRI, demonstrating great potential for neuroimaging.

Graphical abstract: Cocaine analogue conjugated magnetic nanoparticles for labeling and imaging dopaminergic neurons
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Bioreducible, branched poly(β-amino ester)s mediate anti-inflammatory ICAM-1 siRNA delivery against myocardial ischemia reperfusion (IR) injury

ICAM-1 siRNA delivery mediated by bioreducible, branched BPAE-SS toward the anti-inflammatory treatment of myocardial IR injury.

Graphical abstract: Bioreducible, branched poly(β-amino ester)s mediate anti-inflammatory ICAM-1 siRNA delivery against myocardial ischemia reperfusion (IR) injury
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Customized hydrogel substrates for serum-free expansion of functional hMSCs

Synthetic hydrogel arrays combined with a design of experiments approach identified hydrogel compositions for media-agnostic human mesenchymal stromal cell culture.

Graphical abstract: Customized hydrogel substrates for serum-free expansion of functional hMSCs
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Hollow ferric-tannic acid nanocapsules with sustained O2 and ROS induction for synergistic tumor therapy

HFe-TA nanoparticles, with a fine hollow microstructure, are synthesized and incorporated with ICG for synergistic photo/chemodynamic therapy with enhanced efficacy.

Graphical abstract: Hollow ferric-tannic acid nanocapsules with sustained O2 and ROS induction for synergistic tumor therapy
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Cationic copolymer enhances 8–17 DNAzyme and MNAzyme activities

Cationic copolymer acts as a chaperone to facilitate multiple strand assembly and enhance nucleic acid enzyme activities.

Graphical abstract: Cationic copolymer enhances 8–17 DNAzyme and MNAzyme activities
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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A novel injectable pH–temperature sensitive hydrogel containing chitosan–insulin electrosprayed nanosphere composite for an insulin delivery system in type I diabetes treatment

A novel injectable insulin hydrogel composite delivery system was prepared and characterized.

Graphical abstract: A novel injectable pH–temperature sensitive hydrogel containing chitosan–insulin electrosprayed nanosphere composite for an insulin delivery system in type I diabetes treatment
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Theranostic supramolecular polymers formed by the self-assembly of a metal-chelating prodrug

The direct linkage of two camptothecin moieties to a metal chelator creates a self-assembling prodrug capable of associating in aqueous solution into theranostic supramolecular polymers.

Graphical abstract: Theranostic supramolecular polymers formed by the self-assembly of a metal-chelating prodrug
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Ultrasound monitoring of magnet-guided delivery of mesenchymal stem cells labeled with magnetic lipid–polymer hybrid nanobubbles

Mesenchymal stem cells labeled with positively charged magnetic lipid–polymer hybrid nanobubbles could be tracked for magnet-guided delivery onto the site of an injured artery using ultrasound.

Graphical abstract: Ultrasound monitoring of magnet-guided delivery of mesenchymal stem cells labeled with magnetic lipid–polymer hybrid nanobubbles
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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A novel poly-ε-lysine based implant, Proliferate®, for promotion of CNS repair following spinal cord injury

Prolierate® is a promisingcandidate for SCI implantation.

Graphical abstract: A novel poly-ε-lysine based implant, Proliferate®, for promotion of CNS repair following spinal cord injury
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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An in vitro and in vivo comparison of Mg(OH)2-, MgF2- and HA-coated Mg in degradation and osteointegration

HA film shows favorable in vivo osteogenesis and osteointegration, while MgF2 film shows favorable in vitro osteogenic differentiation and angiogenic behavior.

Graphical abstract: An in vitro and in vivo comparison of Mg(OH)2-, MgF2- and HA-coated Mg in degradation and osteointegration
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Coupling PEG-LZM polymer networks with polyphenols yields suturable biohydrogels for tissue patching

A highly tough hydrogel tissue patch based on multiple non-covalent interactions between polyphenols and PEG-LZM networks has multiple biological activities.

Graphical abstract: Coupling PEG-LZM polymer networks with polyphenols yields suturable biohydrogels for tissue patching
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Disulfiram-gold-nanorod integrate for effective tumor targeting and photothermal-chemical synergistic therapy

Herein, we successfully constructed a combination therapeutic nanoplatform with high tumor targeting for cancer treatment by integrating gold nanorods with disulfiram (denoted Au-DSF).

Graphical abstract: Disulfiram-gold-nanorod integrate for effective tumor targeting and photothermal-chemical synergistic therapy
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Messenger RNA/polymeric carrier nanoparticles for delivery of heme oxygenase-1 gene in the post-ischemic brain

Heme oxygenase-1 messenger RNA (HO1-mRNA) was delivered into the post-ischemic brain, using a polymeric carrier. Therapeutic efficacy of HO1-mRNA delivery was compared with that of HO1-plasmid DNA (HO1-pDNA) in ischemia-reperfusion rat models.

Graphical abstract: Messenger RNA/polymeric carrier nanoparticles for delivery of heme oxygenase-1 gene in the post-ischemic brain
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Enhanced nanoparticle accumulation by tumor-acidity-activatable release of sildenafil to induce vasodilation

An efficient strategy to selectively promote nanoparticle accumulation in solid tumors was developed by encapsulating sildenafil in cisplatin-incorporated polymeric micelles.

Graphical abstract: Enhanced nanoparticle accumulation by tumor-acidity-activatable release of sildenafil to induce vasodilation
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Polydopamine-assisted one-step modification of nanofiber surfaces with adenosine to tune the osteogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells and the maturation of osteoclasts

Adenosine and its receptors have emerged as alternative targets to control cellular functions for bone healing.

Graphical abstract: Polydopamine-assisted one-step modification of nanofiber surfaces with adenosine to tune the osteogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells and the maturation of osteoclasts
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Osteopromotive carbon dots promote bone regeneration through the PERK-eIF2α-ATF4 pathway

Novel carbon dots induced ER stress and activated PERK-eIF2α-ATF4 pathway promote bone regeneration.

Graphical abstract: Osteopromotive carbon dots promote bone regeneration through the PERK-eIF2α-ATF4 pathway
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Enhanced selectivity, cellular uptake, and in vitro activity of an intrinsically fluorescent copper–tirapazamine nanocomplex for hypoxia targeted therapy in prostate cancer

Cu(TPZ)2 complex as a promising hypoxia selective cytotoxin in prostate cancer.

Graphical abstract: Enhanced selectivity, cellular uptake, and in vitro activity of an intrinsically fluorescent copper–tirapazamine nanocomplex for hypoxia targeted therapy in prostate cancer
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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Novel anilino quinazoline-based EGFR tyrosine kinase inhibitors for treatment of non-small cell lung cancer

The two novel anilino quinazoline-based EGFR-TKIs have promising anti-tumor activity and limited hepatotoxicity, representing excellent candidates for combating the NSCLC.

Graphical abstract: Novel anilino quinazoline-based EGFR tyrosine kinase inhibitors for treatment of non-small cell lung cancer
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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A robust hybrid nanozyme@hydrogel platform as a biomimetic cascade bioreactor for combination antitumor therapy

The development of highly effective and minimally invasive approaches for cancer treatment is the ultimate goal.

Graphical abstract: A robust hybrid nanozyme@hydrogel platform as a biomimetic cascade bioreactor for combination antitumor therapy
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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A facile and universal strategy to endow implant materials with antibacterial ability via alkalinity disturbing bacterial respiration

A novel antibacterial strategy based on disturbing bacterial respiration was proposed, and we demonstrated a facile and universal method of magnetron sputtering alkaline magnesium oxide films to endow various implants with antibacterial ability.

Graphical abstract: A facile and universal strategy to endow implant materials with antibacterial ability via alkalinity disturbing bacterial respiration
From the themed collection: Biomaterials Science Recent HOT Articles
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