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Review Article

Micro/nanomachines: what is needed for them to become a real force in cancer therapy?

A biomedical perspective is used to assess micro/nanomotor-based anticancer drug delivery systems with recommendations for their effective future development.

Graphical abstract: Micro/nanomachines: what is needed for them to become a real force in cancer therapy?
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Open Access Review Article

Occupational exposure to graphene based nanomaterials: risk assessment

The most significant routes associated with occupational exposure to graphene-based materials (GBMs) are the inhalation, cutaneous, ocular and oral ones. The manuscript presents a review of the in vivo toxicity data of GBMs after these exposure routes.

Graphical abstract: Occupational exposure to graphene based nanomaterials: risk assessment
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Review Article

Au25(SR)18: the captain of the great nanocluster ship

Au25(SR)18, as the captain of the great nanocluster ship, is capable of reviewing the history and guiding the future of the nanoclusters.

Graphical abstract: Au25(SR)18: the captain of the great nanocluster ship
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Review Article

Predicting the impact of structural diversity on the performance of nanodiamond drug carriers

Diamond nanoparticles (nanodiamonds) are unique among carbon nanomaterials, and are quickly establishing a niché in the biomedical application domain.

Graphical abstract: Predicting the impact of structural diversity on the performance of nanodiamond drug carriers
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Review Article

Recent advances in spectroelectrochemistry

The typical structures, types, principle, application, and prospects of different kinds of spectroelectrochemistry.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in spectroelectrochemistry
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Communication

Urchin-like NiO–NiCo2O4 heterostructure microsphere catalysts for enhanced rechargeable non-aqueous Li–O2 batteries

Benefiting from the synergetic effect between NiO and NiCo2O4 and the heterostructure, urchin-like NiO–NiCo2O4 microspheres exhibited favorable electrocatalytic performance for Li–O2 batteries.

Graphical abstract: Urchin-like NiO–NiCo2O4 heterostructure microsphere catalysts for enhanced rechargeable non-aqueous Li–O2 batteries
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Communication

Oxygen vacancy enriched hollow cobaltosic oxide frames with ultrathin walls for efficient energy storage and biosensing

Hierarchical cobaltosic oxide frames with enriched oxygen vacancies and finely tuned nanostructures are prepared by one-step calcination in air.

Graphical abstract: Oxygen vacancy enriched hollow cobaltosic oxide frames with ultrathin walls for efficient energy storage and biosensing
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Communication

An ultrafine platinum–cobalt alloy decorated cobalt nanowire array with superb activity toward alkaline hydrogen evolution

Ultrafine PtCo nanoparticles decorated Co nanowires on Ti mesh deliver an ultrahigh current density of 46.5 mA cm−2 at an overpotential of 70 mV in 1.0 M KOH.

Graphical abstract: An ultrafine platinum–cobalt alloy decorated cobalt nanowire array with superb activity toward alkaline hydrogen evolution
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Communication

Polymorphism of Ag29(BDT)12(TPP)43− cluster: interactions of secondary ligands and their effect on solid state luminescence

We present the first example of polymorphism (cubic & trigonal) in single crystals of an atomically precise monolayer protected cluster, Ag29(BDT)12(TPP)43−.

Graphical abstract: Polymorphism of Ag29(BDT)12(TPP)43− cluster: interactions of secondary ligands and their effect on solid state luminescence
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Communication

A detour strategy for colloidally stable block-copolymer grafted MAPbBr3 quantum dots in water with long photoluminescence lifetime

We report a facile and general strategy for the preparation of aqueous colloidally stable block-copolymer grafted perovskite quantum dots with remarkable long-term thermo-, photo-, and pH-stability.

Graphical abstract: A detour strategy for colloidally stable block-copolymer grafted MAPbBr3 quantum dots in water with long photoluminescence lifetime
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Communication

Holey nickel hydroxide nanosheets for wearable solid-state fiber-supercapacitors

Ultrathin and holey nickel hydroxide nanosheets are synthesized and embedded in carbon nanotube fiber for high performance wearable supercapacitors.

Graphical abstract: Holey nickel hydroxide nanosheets for wearable solid-state fiber-supercapacitors
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Communication

Multi-functional organosilane-polymerized carbon dot inverse opals

This paper demonstrates multi-functional optical properties of organosilane-polymerized carbon dot inverse opals, such as tricolor-fluorescence, fluorescence enhancement, multi-color micro-patterns for anti-fake applications and a thermally-induced blueshift of the bandgaps.

Graphical abstract: Multi-functional organosilane-polymerized carbon dot inverse opals
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Communication

Selective growth of two-dimensional phosphorene on catalyst surface

Selective CVD synthesis of phosphorene isomers by choosing different metal substrates—black phosphorene on Sn surface and blue phosphorene on Au or Ag surface.

Graphical abstract: Selective growth of two-dimensional phosphorene on catalyst surface
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A plasmon modulated photothermoelectric photodetector in silicon nanostripes

We report a plasmon modulated silicon nanostripe PTE detector with an open-circuit photovoltage responsivity of ∼82 mV μW−1.

Graphical abstract: A plasmon modulated photothermoelectric photodetector in silicon nanostripes
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Ultrahigh-efficiency aqueous flat nanocrystals of CdSe/CdS@Cd1−xZnxS colloidal core/crown@alloyed-shell quantum wells

Highly efficient aqueous quantum wells are obtained from composition-tuned gradient shells with monolayer precision.

Graphical abstract: Ultrahigh-efficiency aqueous flat nanocrystals of CdSe/CdS@Cd1−xZnxS colloidal core/crown@alloyed-shell quantum wells
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An integrated experimental and theoretical study on the optical properties of uniform hairy noble metal nanoparticles

An integrated experimental and modeling study reveals the contributions of intra- and inter-band transitions and the size and surface ligand effects on plasmonic absorption.

Graphical abstract: An integrated experimental and theoretical study on the optical properties of uniform hairy noble metal nanoparticles
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Fabrication and understanding of Cu3Si-Si@carbon@graphene nanocomposites as high-performance anodes for lithium-ion batteries

A high-performance anode material of Cu3Si-SCG is developed with outstanding rate capability and cycle stability for lithium-ion batteries.

Graphical abstract: Fabrication and understanding of Cu3Si-Si@carbon@graphene nanocomposites as high-performance anodes for lithium-ion batteries
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Hierarchical manganese dioxide nanoflowers enable accurate ratiometric fluorescence enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay

We first developed a green, mild and rapid method for the preparation of hierarchical manganese dioxide nanoflowers (MnO2 NFs) as nanozymes with intrinsic oxidase-like activity using citric acid for the reduction of potassium permanganate.

Graphical abstract: Hierarchical manganese dioxide nanoflowers enable accurate ratiometric fluorescence enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
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Self-scrolling MoS2 metallic wires

Herein, the properties of quasi-1D MoS2 nanoscrolls are systemically studied via experiment and theoretical simulation demonstrating that MoS2 can transit from semiconductor to metal by self-scrolling.

Graphical abstract: Self-scrolling MoS2 metallic wires
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Preparation of Sb nanoparticles in molten salt and their potassium storage performance and mechanism

We have fabricated a high-performance Sb anode, applied it for use in PIBs, and explored its reversible potassiation/depotassiation mechanism.

Graphical abstract: Preparation of Sb nanoparticles in molten salt and their potassium storage performance and mechanism
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DNA-templated silver nanoclusters locate microRNAs in the nuclei of gastric cancer cells

We present a facile method to visualize miRNAs at the subcellular level, benefiting the precise localization of miRNAs in single cells.

Graphical abstract: DNA-templated silver nanoclusters locate microRNAs in the nuclei of gastric cancer cells
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Three-dimensional porous microspheres comprising hollow Fe2O3 nanorods/CNT building blocks with superior electrochemical performance for lithium ion batteries

Three-dimensional hollow Fe2O3 nanorod/CNT microspheres for lithium ion batteries were successfully prepared by a novel strategy.

Graphical abstract: Three-dimensional porous microspheres comprising hollow Fe2O3 nanorods/CNT building blocks with superior electrochemical performance for lithium ion batteries
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Coke-resistant defect-confined Ni-based nanosheet-like catalysts derived from halloysites for CO2 reforming of methane

Coke-resistant defect-confined Ni-based nanosheet-like catalysts derived from halloysites were developed for CO2 reforming of methane.

Graphical abstract: Coke-resistant defect-confined Ni-based nanosheet-like catalysts derived from halloysites for CO2 reforming of methane
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MoSe2 nanosheet/MoO2 nanobelt/carbon nanotube membrane as flexible and multifunctional electrodes for full water splitting in acidic electrolyte

Porous, conductive and flexible membranes, composed of MoSe2 NSs, MoO2 NBs and CNTs, were successfully prepared and possessed remarkable electrocatalytic performance for full water splitting in acidic electrolyte.

Graphical abstract: MoSe2 nanosheet/MoO2 nanobelt/carbon nanotube membrane as flexible and multifunctional electrodes for full water splitting in acidic electrolyte
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Center-iodized graphene as an advanced anode material to significantly boost the performance of lithium-ion batteries

Center-iodized graphene (CIG) exhibiting distinctly higher Li-storage activity than edge-iodized graphene (EIG) is a promising anode material in high-power LIBs.

Graphical abstract: Center-iodized graphene as an advanced anode material to significantly boost the performance of lithium-ion batteries
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Tuning pentacene based dye-sensitized solar cells

Herein, the synthesis, photophysics and electrochemistry of new pentacenes, which are applied in dye-sensitized solar cells, are presented. The electrolyte is optimized using Li+ as an additive to enhance electron injection, giving rise to a unique injection event. This leads to a 3-fold increase from previous efficiencies in pentacene-based DSSCs.

Graphical abstract: Tuning pentacene based dye-sensitized solar cells
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Polydopamine nanoparticles for the treatment of acute inflammation-induced injury

Nanotechnology-mediated anti-inflammatory therapy is emerging as a novel strategy for the treatment of inflammation-induced injury.

Graphical abstract: Polydopamine nanoparticles for the treatment of acute inflammation-induced injury
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Open Access Paper

Graphene oxide size and oxidation degree govern its supramolecular interactions with siRNA

We systematically studied the interactions between graphene oxide (GO) and siRNA. The siRNA secondary structure is damaged by the interaction with GO sheets. Functionalization of GO with polyethyleneimine is able to protect siRNA from structural modifications.

Graphical abstract: Graphene oxide size and oxidation degree govern its supramolecular interactions with siRNA
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Largely enhanced photocatalytic activity of Au/XS2/Au (X = Re, Mo) antenna–reactor hybrids: charge and energy transfer

An antenna–reactor hybrid coupling plasmonic antenna with catalytic nanoparticles is a new strategy to optimize photocatalytic activity.

Graphical abstract: Largely enhanced photocatalytic activity of Au/XS2/Au (X = Re, Mo) antenna–reactor hybrids: charge and energy transfer
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Highly robust, uniform and ultra-sensitive surface-enhanced Raman scattering substrates for microRNA detection fabricated by using silver nanostructures grown in gold nanobowls

Highly sensitive and reproducible suface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) substrates were fabricated by growing multiple silver nanocrystals inside periodically arrayed gold nanobowls.

Graphical abstract: Highly robust, uniform and ultra-sensitive surface-enhanced Raman scattering substrates for microRNA detection fabricated by using silver nanostructures grown in gold nanobowls
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Unconventional gas-based bottom-up, meter-area-scale fabrication of hydrogen-bond free g-CN nanorod arrays and coupling layers with TiO2 toward high-efficiency photoelectrochemical performance

A straightforward gas-based bottom-up method VMFAIP was used to fabricate meter-scale uniform g-CN nanorod arrays directly on FTO glass.

Graphical abstract: Unconventional gas-based bottom-up, meter-area-scale fabrication of hydrogen-bond free g-CN nanorod arrays and coupling layers with TiO2 toward high-efficiency photoelectrochemical performance
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Open Access Paper

Gateway state-mediated, long-range tunnelling in molecular wires

Gateway states in Au/single-molecule/Au junctions profoundly attenuate the conductance decay with length for thiol-contacted alkyl-aromatic-alkyl systems.

Graphical abstract: Gateway state-mediated, long-range tunnelling in molecular wires
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CoP nanoparticles anchored on N,P-dual-doped graphene-like carbon as a catalyst for water splitting in non-acidic media

CoP nanoparticles anchored on N,P-dual-doped graphene-like carbon as efficient bifunctional water splitting catalyst in non-acidic media.

Graphical abstract: CoP nanoparticles anchored on N,P-dual-doped graphene-like carbon as a catalyst for water splitting in non-acidic media
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Chiral evolution of carbon dots and the tuning of laccase activity

Chiral CDs synthesized by an alkali-assisted method have been demonstrated to tune the activity of laccase selectively for the first time.

Graphical abstract: Chiral evolution of carbon dots and the tuning of laccase activity
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Cascaded photo-potential in a carbon dot-hematite system driving overall water splitting under visible light

The hematite based photocatalyst exhibits overall water splitting under visible light without any external bias or scavenger.

Graphical abstract: Cascaded photo-potential in a carbon dot-hematite system driving overall water splitting under visible light
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White light emission in Bi3+/Mn2+ ion co-doped CsPbCl3 perovskite nanocrystals

Taking advantage of the cooperation between the excitonic transition of the CsPbCl3 perovskite NC host and the intrinsic emissions from Bi3+ and Mn2+ ions, white light emission was developed in the codoped CsPbCl3 NCs.

Graphical abstract: White light emission in Bi3+/Mn2+ ion co-doped CsPbCl3 perovskite nanocrystals
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Metal ion assisted interface re-engineering of a ferritin nanocage for enhanced biofunctions and cancer therapy

The bottom-up self-assembly of protein subunits into supramolecular nanoarchitectures is ubiquitously exploited to recapitulate and expand features of natural proteins to advance nanoscience in medicine.

Graphical abstract: Metal ion assisted interface re-engineering of a ferritin nanocage for enhanced biofunctions and cancer therapy
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Probing fibronectin conformation on a protein corona layer around nanoparticles

Proteins adsorbed on the protein corona-coated NPs through protein–protein interaction undergo less structural changes than those directly attach to the surface of NP.

Graphical abstract: Probing fibronectin conformation on a protein corona layer around nanoparticles
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In vivo formation of protein corona on gold nanoparticles. The effect of their size and shape

A detailed study is presented of in vivo protein corona formation on anisotropic gold nanoparticles, after blood circulation in mice.

Graphical abstract: In vivo formation of protein corona on gold nanoparticles. The effect of their size and shape
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Biodegradable MoOx nanoparticles with efficient near-infrared photothermal and photodynamic synergetic cancer therapy at the second biological window

Biodegradable MoOx nanoparticles not only can convert light into heat but also generate ROS which realized synergic mild PTT and PDT under NIR-II laser (1064 nm) irradiation.

Graphical abstract: Biodegradable MoOx nanoparticles with efficient near-infrared photothermal and photodynamic synergetic cancer therapy at the second biological window
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Open Access Paper

Upconverting nanocomposites with combined photothermal and photodynamic effects

Upconverting hybrid nanocomposites consisting of gold nanorod cores and decorated with upconverting nanoparticles were prepared for photothermal and photodynamic applications.

Graphical abstract: Upconverting nanocomposites with combined photothermal and photodynamic effects
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Understanding the formation of the metastable ferroelectric phase in hafnia–zirconia solid solution thin films

The origin of the formation of the unexpected ferroelectric orthorhombic phase is systematically examined based on both thermodynamics and kinetics.

Graphical abstract: Understanding the formation of the metastable ferroelectric phase in hafnia–zirconia solid solution thin films
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Coupling interconnected MoO3/WO3 nanosheets with a graphene framework as a highly efficient anode for lithium-ion batteries

A rationally assembled interconnected MoO3/WO3-graphene framework as a highly efficient anode for lithium-ion batteries is fabricated through a one-step template-free strategy.

Graphical abstract: Coupling interconnected MoO3/WO3 nanosheets with a graphene framework as a highly efficient anode for lithium-ion batteries
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Photo-enhanced antibacterial activity of ZnO/graphene quantum dot nanocomposites

ZnO/GQD nanocomposites exhibit markedly enhanced antimicrobial activity under UV photoirradiation as compared to that in ambient room light, due to photo-induced generation of reactive oxygen species. The activity of the nanocomposite is also higher than that with the individual components.

Graphical abstract: Photo-enhanced antibacterial activity of ZnO/graphene quantum dot nanocomposites
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Self-assembly of Au@Ag core–shell nanocuboids into staircase superstructures by droplet evaporation

Staircase superstructures of nanocuboids are achieved using two-stage droplet evaporation and SERS performances are demonstrated with layer dependency.

Graphical abstract: Self-assembly of Au@Ag core–shell nanocuboids into staircase superstructures by droplet evaporation
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Laser-structured Janus wire mesh for efficient oil–water separation

We fabricate a Janus wire mesh by laser structuring and subsequent fluorosilane/graphene oxide modification for efficient oil/water separation.

Graphical abstract: Laser-structured Janus wire mesh for efficient oil–water separation
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An active structure preservation method for developing functional graphitic carbon dots as an effective antibacterial agent and a sensitive pH and Al(III) nanosensor

A facile active structure preservation (ASP) method was developed to prepare self-functional graphitic carbon dots that integrate the features of antibiosis, pH-sensitive emission and detection of Al(III).

Graphical abstract: An active structure preservation method for developing functional graphitic carbon dots as an effective antibacterial agent and a sensitive pH and Al(iii) nanosensor
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Design and mechanism of core–shell TiO2 nanoparticles as a high-performance photothermal agent

High-performance photothermal agents have become particularly fascinating, however, the influence of crystallization nature on their photothermal performance remains elusive.

Graphical abstract: Design and mechanism of core–shell TiO2 nanoparticles as a high-performance photothermal agent
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Scalable synthesis of SnS2/S-doped graphene composites for superior Li/Na-ion batteries

A facile dissolution–regeneration strategy is proposed to construct large-scale flexible SnS2/sulfur-doped graphene composites as anodes for LIBs and SIBs.

Graphical abstract: Scalable synthesis of SnS2/S-doped graphene composites for superior Li/Na-ion batteries
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Thickness dependent semiconductor-to-metal transition of two-dimensional polyaniline with unique work functions

The semiconductor and metallic conductivities can be co-realized in homogeneous 2D-PANI simply by controlling the thickness.

Graphical abstract: Thickness dependent semiconductor-to-metal transition of two-dimensional polyaniline with unique work functions
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CpG loaded MoS2 nanosheets as multifunctional agents for photothermal enhanced cancer immunotherapy

A novel multifunctional platform based on MoS2 nanosheets was designed for photothermal enhanced CpG delivery and cancer immunotherapy.

Graphical abstract: CpG loaded MoS2 nanosheets as multifunctional agents for photothermal enhanced cancer immunotherapy
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Composition- and phase-controlled synthesis and applications of alloyed phase heterostructures of transition metal disulphides

1T/2H Mo1−xWxS2 phase-heterostructures were prepared via a one-step liquid-phase method, and showed composition- and phase-dependent electrochemical and electronic properties.

Graphical abstract: Composition- and phase-controlled synthesis and applications of alloyed phase heterostructures of transition metal disulphides
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Organic nanostructure-based probes for two-photon imaging of mitochondria and microbes with emission between 430 nm and 640 nm

We develop a series of sensors for targeting mitochondria and microbes based on luminescent nanomaterials, which consist of TPE peripheries and N-heterocycles and are excited by one- or two-photon excitation.

Graphical abstract: Organic nanostructure-based probes for two-photon imaging of mitochondria and microbes with emission between 430 nm and 640 nm
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Long circulating reduced graphene oxide–iron oxide nanoparticles for efficient tumor targeting and multimodality imaging

Double PEGylated RGO-IONP exhibited ultra-long circulation half-life and high tumor accumulation for multimodality imaging.

Graphical abstract: Long circulating reduced graphene oxide–iron oxide nanoparticles for efficient tumor targeting and multimodality imaging
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Label-free and enzyme-free platform for the construction of advanced DNA logic devices based on the assembly of graphene oxide and DNA-templated AgNCs

For the first time a label- and enzyme-free platform for the operation of a series of advanced logic devices is constructed; introducing negative logic, a label- and enzyme-free comparator was also successfully realized.

Graphical abstract: Label-free and enzyme-free platform for the construction of advanced DNA logic devices based on the assembly of graphene oxide and DNA-templated AgNCs
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About this collection

As part of the celebrations for Nanoscale’s 10th Anniversary in 2019, we wanted to celebrate the work of some of our authors who have published with us extensively over the last 10 years. This online article collection features recent articles published by the top 55 authors who have published in Nanoscale the most frequently since the journal was launched in 2009.

We would like to thank all of our authors for your fantastic ongoing support!

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