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Themed collection Journal of Materials Chemistry B top 5% most-read Q2 2018

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Review Article

Recent developments in smart antibacterial surfaces to inhibit biofilm formation and bacterial infections

Since their development over 70 years, antibiotics are still the most effective strategy to treat bacterial biofilms and infections.

Graphical abstract: Recent developments in smart antibacterial surfaces to inhibit biofilm formation and bacterial infections
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Review Article

Nanomaterial-doped conducting polymers for electrochemical sensors and biosensors

This review summarizes recent advances in the development of electrochemical sensors and biosensors based on nanomaterial doped conducting polymers.

Graphical abstract: Nanomaterial-doped conducting polymers for electrochemical sensors and biosensors
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Review Article

Advances in luminescent materials with aggregation-induced emission (AIE) properties for biomedical applications

Fluorescent materials with AIE effect have recently received great attention in biomedical research because of their good optical properties, species diversity and high sensitivity.

Graphical abstract: Advances in luminescent materials with aggregation-induced emission (AIE) properties for biomedical applications
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Review Article

Wearable and flexible sensors for user-interactive health-monitoring devices

The development of flexible and wearable healthcare devices facilitates a real-time monitoring of body activities as well as detecting various biosignals, which provided useful information to manage one's health condition for personal health monitoring.

Graphical abstract: Wearable and flexible sensors for user-interactive health-monitoring devices
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Review Article

Amorphous polyphosphate, a smart bioinspired nano-/bio-material for bone and cartilage regeneration: towards a new paradigm in tissue engineering

Physiological amorphous polyphosphate nano/micro-particles, injectable and implantable, attract and stimulate MSCs into implants for tissue regeneration.

Graphical abstract: Amorphous polyphosphate, a smart bioinspired nano-/bio-material for bone and cartilage regeneration: towards a new paradigm in tissue engineering
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Communication

Towards deployable meta-implants

The first step towards deployable meta-implants: design, manufacturing and proof of concept.

Graphical abstract: Towards deployable meta-implants
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Communication

Highly stretchable hydrogels for UV curing based high-resolution multimaterial 3D printing

We report a highly stretchable hydrogel system that is suitable for digital light processing (DLP) based high-resolution multimaterial 3D printing.

Graphical abstract: Highly stretchable hydrogels for UV curing based high-resolution multimaterial 3D printing
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Dual-site lysosome-targeted fluorescent probe for separate detection of endogenous biothiols and SO2 in living cells

A novel lysosome-targeted fluorescent probe was developed for the separate detection of endogenous biothiols and SO2 in living cells.

Graphical abstract: Dual-site lysosome-targeted fluorescent probe for separate detection of endogenous biothiols and SO2 in living cells
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Near-infrared light-triggered drug release from UV-responsive diblock copolymer-coated upconversion nanoparticles with high monodispersity

The preparation of a new near-infrared (NIR) light-responsive nanocarrier for controlled drug release is demonstrated.

Graphical abstract: Near-infrared light-triggered drug release from UV-responsive diblock copolymer-coated upconversion nanoparticles with high monodispersity
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NH2-Ni-MOF electrocatalysts with tunable size/morphology for ultrasensitive C-reactive protein detection via an aptamer binding induced DNA walker–antibody sandwich assay

On the basis of the excellent catalytic activity of NH2-Ni-MOF(c), a sensitive electrochemical aptasensor for CRP detection is first established.

Graphical abstract: NH2-Ni-MOF electrocatalysts with tunable size/morphology for ultrasensitive C-reactive protein detection via an aptamer binding induced DNA walker–antibody sandwich assay
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Showcasing the top 5% most-read articles published in Journal of Materials Chemistry B during April-June 2018.

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