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Immobilizable fluorescent probes for monitoring the mitochondria microenvironment: a next step from the classic

Immobilizable probes represent a valuable trend.

Graphical abstract: Immobilizable fluorescent probes for monitoring the mitochondria microenvironment: a next step from the classic
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Fullerenes in biology and medicine

Fullerenes and related carbon based derivatives have shown a growing relevance in biology and medicine, mainly due to the unique electronic and structural properties that make them excellent candidates for multiple functionalization.

Graphical abstract: Fullerenes in biology and medicine
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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
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Bioreducible, hydrolytically degradable and targeting polymers for gene delivery

Recently, synthetic gene carriers have been intensively developed owing to their promising application in gene therapy and considered as a suitable alternative to viral vectors because of several benefits.

Graphical abstract: Bioreducible, hydrolytically degradable and targeting polymers for gene delivery
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Multifunctional bacterial imaging and therapy systems

Advanced antibacterial materials are classified and introduced, and their applications in multimodal imaging and therapy are reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Multifunctional bacterial imaging and therapy systems
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Tuning the optical properties of graphene quantum dots for biosensing and bioimaging

This review highlights new insights into the various strategies used to tune the optical features of graphene quantum dots, and their use as attractive and powerful probes for bio-sensing/imaging.

Graphical abstract: Tuning the optical properties of graphene quantum dots for biosensing and bioimaging
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Post-nano strategies for drug delivery: multistage porous silicon microvectors

This review discusses several post-nano solutions for drug delivery based on porous silicon microparticles. DOPC, dioleoylphosphatidylcholine; PEG, polyethylene glycol; PLGA, poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid); siRNA, small interfering RNA.

Graphical abstract: Post-nano strategies for drug delivery: multistage porous silicon microvectors
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Dendrimer as a multifunctional capping agent for metal nanoparticles for use in bioimaging, drug delivery and sensor applications

Various strategies (single & multi-pot) to synthesize dendrimer-coated metal nanoparticles and their exploration in various biomedical applications.

Graphical abstract: Dendrimer as a multifunctional capping agent for metal nanoparticles for use in bioimaging, drug delivery and sensor applications
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Nanostructured interfaces for probing and facilitating extracellular electron transfer

Probing and facilitating microbial extracellular electron transfer through nanotechnology enabled platforms are transforming bioenergetic, bioelectronic, and other related research areas.

Graphical abstract: Nanostructured interfaces for probing and facilitating extracellular electron transfer
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Electron microscopy for inorganic-type drug delivery nanocarriers for antitumoral applications: what does it reveal?

Electron microscopy applied to the development of inorganic nanoparticles for clinical applications.

Graphical abstract: Electron microscopy for inorganic-type drug delivery nanocarriers for antitumoral applications: what does it reveal?
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Giant liposome formation toward the synthesis of well-defined artificial cells

This review focuses on microfluidic technologies for giant liposome formations which emulate environments of biological cells.

Graphical abstract: Giant liposome formation toward the synthesis of well-defined artificial cells
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Bio-related applications of porous organic frameworks (POFs)

Porous organic frameworks (POFs) are promising candidates for bio-related applications. This review highlights the recent progress in POF-based bioapplications, including drug delivery, bioimaging, biosensing, therapeutics, and artificial shells. These encouraging performances suggest that POFs used for bioapplications deserve more attention in the future.

Graphical abstract: Bio-related applications of porous organic frameworks (POFs)
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Design of functional electrospun nanofibers for cancer cell capture applications

The review reports recent advances in the design of functional electrospun nanofibers for cancer cell capture applications.

Graphical abstract: Design of functional electrospun nanofibers for cancer cell capture applications
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Nanomaterials engineering for drug delivery: a hybridization approach

Nanoscale hybridization to fabricate all-in-one nanoparticles for superior targeted delivery systems.

Graphical abstract: Nanomaterials engineering for drug delivery: a hybridization approach
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Advances in biotechnological synthetic applications of carbon nanostructured systems

Immobilization of carbonic anhydrase on SWCNTs by application of the CNT binding peptide (CBP) strategy.

Graphical abstract: Advances in biotechnological synthetic applications of carbon nanostructured systems
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Polymers and hydrogels for local nucleic acid delivery

This review focusses on the rational design of materials (from polymers to hydrogel materials) to achieve successful local delivery of therapeutic nucleic acids.

Graphical abstract: Polymers and hydrogels for local nucleic acid delivery
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Impact of anti-biofouling surface coatings on the properties of nanomaterials and their biomedical applications

Various anti-biofouling surface coating materials for nanoparticles have been reviewed for the reduction of their non-specific interactions with biological systems.

Graphical abstract: Impact of anti-biofouling surface coatings on the properties of nanomaterials and their biomedical applications
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Nanoscale 3D printing of hydrogels for cellular tissue engineering

Two-photon polymerization enables nanoscale 3D printing of hydrogels.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale 3D printing of hydrogels for cellular tissue engineering
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Progress of recyclable magnetic particles for biomedical applications

The preparation, types, recycling methods, biomedical applications and outlook of recyclable magnetic particles have been reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Progress of recyclable magnetic particles for biomedical applications
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Technical synthesis and biomedical applications of graphene quantum dots

A comprehensive review on the technical synthesis and biomedical applications of graphene quantum dots was presented.

Graphical abstract: Technical synthesis and biomedical applications of graphene quantum dots
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Physical principles of graphene cellular interactions: computational and theoretical accounts

Clarifying the physical principles of graphene cellular interactions is critical for the wider application of graphene-based nanomaterials in nanomedicine. This review highlights the advances in computational and theoretical accounts for this emerging field.

Graphical abstract: Physical principles of graphene cellular interactions: computational and theoretical accounts
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Advances in plant-derived edible nanoparticle-based lipid nano-drug delivery systems as therapeutic nanomedicines

Plant-derived edible nanoparticles (PDNPs) are nano-sized membrane vesicles released by edible plants, such as grapefruit, ginger, broccoli, and lemon.

Graphical abstract: Advances in plant-derived edible nanoparticle-based lipid nano-drug delivery systems as therapeutic nanomedicines
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Antioxidant nanomaterials in advanced diagnoses and treatments of ischemia reperfusion injuries

The effects of antioxidant nanomaterials on organ ischemia with inadequate oxygen supply followed by reperfusion occured in different clinical conditions and surgical procedures including stroke, myocardial infarction, limb ischemia, renal failure, organ transplantation, free-tissue-transfer, cardiopulmonary bypass, and vascular surgery.

Graphical abstract: Antioxidant nanomaterials in advanced diagnoses and treatments of ischemia reperfusion injuries
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Integration of polymers in the pore space of mesoporous nanocarriers for drug delivery

The construction of carrier-polymer–drug hybrids in confined nanopore space is reviewed for advancing related drug delivery systems.

Graphical abstract: Integration of polymers in the pore space of mesoporous nanocarriers for drug delivery
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Hyperbranched polyglycerols: recent advances in synthesis, biocompatibility and biomedical applications

Hyperbranched polyglycerol is one of the most widely studied biocompatible dendritic polymer and showed promising applications. Here, we summarized the recent advancements in the field.

Graphical abstract: Hyperbranched polyglycerols: recent advances in synthesis, biocompatibility and biomedical applications
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Non-viral nanocarriers for intracellular delivery of microRNA therapeutics

MicroRNAs are small regulatory noncoding RNAs that regulate various biological processes. Herein, we will present the development of the strategies for intracellular miRNAs delivery, and specially focus on the rational designed routes, their mechanisms of action, as well as potential therapeutics used in the host cells or in vivo studies.

Graphical abstract: Non-viral nanocarriers for intracellular delivery of microRNA therapeutics
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Progress in TiO2 nanotube coatings for biomedical applications: a review

The biocompatibility, controllable size and crystal structure and surface functionalization ability of TNTs accelerate its efficient development in biomedical applications including implants and biosensors.

Graphical abstract: Progress in TiO2 nanotube coatings for biomedical applications: a review
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Shaped stimuli-responsive hydrogel particles: syntheses, properties and biological responses

This review summarizes a pool of current experimental approaches and discusses perspectives in the development of the synergistic combination of shape and stimuli-response in particulate hydrogels.

Graphical abstract: Shaped stimuli-responsive hydrogel particles: syntheses, properties and biological responses
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Weak bond-based injectable and stimuli responsive hydrogels for biomedical applications

Here we define hydrogels crosslinked by weak bonds as physical hydrogels.

Graphical abstract: Weak bond-based injectable and stimuli responsive hydrogels for biomedical applications
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A review on visible-light induced photoelectrochemical sensors based on CdS nanoparticles

Discovering the distinctive photophysical properties of semiconductor nanoparticles (NPs) has made these a popular subject in recent advances in nanotechnology-related analytical methods.

Graphical abstract: A review on visible-light induced photoelectrochemical sensors based on CdS nanoparticles
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Electroporation for nanomedicine: a review

Here, we present a review of recent advances in electroporation for the delivery of nanomedicine as intracellular carriers by electroporation (NICE) in a drug format with functional nanoparticles.

Graphical abstract: Electroporation for nanomedicine: a review
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Visualizing molecular distributions for biomaterials applications with mass spectrometry imaging: a review

A review highlighting current trends, key applications, and the vast potential of mass spectrometry imaging for biomaterials research.

Graphical abstract: Visualizing molecular distributions for biomaterials applications with mass spectrometry imaging: a review
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Silica-based nanoparticles for therapeutic protein delivery

This review focuses on recent advances in silica-based nanoparticles (SiNPs) as therapeutic protein carriers for disease and cancer treatment.

Graphical abstract: Silica-based nanoparticles for therapeutic protein delivery
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Investigations on the elasticity of functional gold nanoparticles using single-molecule force spectroscopy

In this focused review we turn our attention towards several approaches for detecting the elasticity of NPs, systematically summarizing the divergent elasticity values of distinct gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) with different surfaces.

Graphical abstract: Investigations on the elasticity of functional gold nanoparticles using single-molecule force spectroscopy
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New advances on the marrying of UCNPs and photothermal agents for imaging-guided diagnosis and the therapy of tumors

This review primarily focuses on the new advances in the design and theranostic applications of rare earth upconversion nanoparticles (UCNPs)–NIR photothermal absorbers multifunctional nanoplatforms.

Graphical abstract: New advances on the marrying of UCNPs and photothermal agents for imaging-guided diagnosis and the therapy of tumors
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Recent advances in engineered chitosan-based nanogels for biomedical applications

Recent progress in the preparation and biomedical applications of engineered chitosan-based nanogels has been comprehensively reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in engineered chitosan-based nanogels for biomedical applications
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Photoactive antimicrobial nanomaterials

Nanomaterials for killing pathogenic bacteria under light irradiation.

Graphical abstract: Photoactive antimicrobial nanomaterials
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Peptide-based gene delivery vectors

Gene therapy as a strategy for disease treatment requires safe and efficient gene delivery systems that encapsulate nucleic acids and deliver them to effective sites in the cell.

Graphical abstract: Peptide-based gene delivery vectors
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Creation and bioapplications of porous organic polymer materials

Emerging porous organic polymers can serve as promising platforms for bio-related applications.

Graphical abstract: Creation and bioapplications of porous organic polymer materials
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Interactions of organic nanoparticles with proteins in physiological conditions

The efficacy of nanoparticles in biomedical applications is strongly influenced by their ability to bind proteins onto their surface. The analysis of organic nanoparticles interacting with proteins in physiological conditions may help in the successful design of next generation nanoparticles with improved biodistributions and therapeutic performances.

Graphical abstract: Interactions of organic nanoparticles with proteins in physiological conditions
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Injectable hydrogels: a new paradigm for osteochondral tissue engineering

Osteochondral tissue engineering has become a promising strategy for repairing focal chondral lesions and early osteoarthritis (OA), which account for progressive joint pain and disability in millions of people worldwide. This review helps in providing a more comprehensive and systematic overview of utilizing injectable hydrogels for osteochondral repair.

Graphical abstract: Injectable hydrogels: a new paradigm for osteochondral tissue engineering
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Gadolinium-based nanoscale MRI contrast agents for tumor imaging

Gadolinium-based nanoscale MRI CAs have been considered as a promising nanoplatform for tumor diagnosis, due to their favorable capability of enhancing the longitudinal relaxivity (r1) of individual gadolinium ions, delivering to the region of interest a large number of gadolinium ions, and incorporating different functionalities.

Graphical abstract: Gadolinium-based nanoscale MRI contrast agents for tumor imaging
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Electrospinning design of functional nanostructures for biosensor applications

We summarize the recent advances in the electrospinning fabrication of hybrid polymer nanofibers decorated with functionalized nanoscale building blocks (NBBs) to obtain biosensors with better performances.

Graphical abstract: Electrospinning design of functional nanostructures for biosensor applications
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Noble metal nanostructure-decorated molybdenum disulfide nanocomposites: synthesis and applications

Noble metal nanostructure-decorated MoS2 nanocomposites have been used in sensors, catalysts, antibacterial materials and batteries due to their excellent properties.

Graphical abstract: Noble metal nanostructure-decorated molybdenum disulfide nanocomposites: synthesis and applications
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Application of semiconductor quantum dots in bioimaging and biosensing

In this review we present new concepts and recent progress in the application of semiconductor quantum dots (QD) as labels in two important areas of biology, bioimaging and biosensing.

Graphical abstract: Application of semiconductor quantum dots in bioimaging and biosensing
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Encoding materials for programming a temporal sequence of actions

Materials are usually synthesized to allow a function that is either independent of time or that can be triggered in a specific environment.

Graphical abstract: Encoding materials for programming a temporal sequence of actions
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Chemosensors for biogenic amines and biothiols

There is burgeoning interest among supramolecular chemists to develop novel molecular systems to detect biogenic amines and bio-thiols in aqueous and non-aqueous media due to their potential role in biological processes.

Graphical abstract: Chemosensors for biogenic amines and biothiols
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Combined therapies with nanostructured carbon materials: there is room still available at the bottom

Combining therapies on a sheet of carbon is possible!

Graphical abstract: Combined therapies with nanostructured carbon materials: there is room still available at the bottom
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Modified PLGA–PEG–PLGA thermosensitive hydrogels with suitable thermosensitivity and properties for use in a drug delivery system

PLGA–PEG–PLGA (PPP) triblock copolymer is the most widely studied thermosensitive hydrogel owing to its non-toxic, biocompatible, biodegradable, and thermosensitive properties.

Graphical abstract: Modified PLGA–PEG–PLGA thermosensitive hydrogels with suitable thermosensitivity and properties for use in a drug delivery system
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Magnetic protein imprinted polymers: a review

Synthesis of protein imprinted polymers coupled to magnetic nanoparticles to obtain specific recognition systems is very promising, but is still challenging.

Graphical abstract: Magnetic protein imprinted polymers: a review
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Responsive hybrid (poly)peptide–polymer conjugates

(Poly)peptide–polymer conjugates continue to garner significant interest in the production of functional materials given their composition of natural and synthetic building blocks that confer select and synergistic properties.

Graphical abstract: Responsive hybrid (poly)peptide–polymer conjugates
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Periodontal tissue engineering: current strategies and the role of platelet rich hemoderivatives

Periodontal tissue engineering procures to regenerate the periodontal tissue assuring the right combination of scaffolds, biochemical cues and cells. The platelet rich hemoderivatives might provide the adequate growth factors and structural proteins for the predictable regeneration of periodontium.

Graphical abstract: Periodontal tissue engineering: current strategies and the role of platelet rich hemoderivatives
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Biomaterials for polynucleotide delivery to anchorage-independent cells

Comparison of various chemical vectors used for polynucleotide delivery to mammalian anchorage-independent cells.

Graphical abstract: Biomaterials for polynucleotide delivery to anchorage-independent cells
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Nanomaterial-based cancer immunotherapy

This review focuses on summarizing the existing work about nanomaterial-based cancer immunotherapy in detail.

Graphical abstract: Nanomaterial-based cancer immunotherapy
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Nanoparticles as contrast agents for brain nuclear magnetic resonance imaging in Alzheimer's disease diagnosis

A comprehensive review of recent advances in the development of nanoparticle-based contrast agents for the diagnosis of AD by MRI.

Graphical abstract: Nanoparticles as contrast agents for brain nuclear magnetic resonance imaging in Alzheimer's disease diagnosis
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Progress in internal/external stimuli responsive fluorescent carbon nanoparticles for theranostic and sensing applications

The research and development of fluorescent carbon nanoparticles, from their resources, synthesis method to applications in theranostic and sensing application have been attractive due to their unique properties.

Graphical abstract: Progress in internal/external stimuli responsive fluorescent carbon nanoparticles for theranostic and sensing applications
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Optical nanoprobes for biomedical applications: shining a light on upconverting and near-infrared emitting nanoparticles for imaging, thermal sensing, and photodynamic therapy

Shining a light on spectrally converting lanthanide (Ln3+)-doped nanoparticles: progress, trends, and challenges in Ln3+-nanoprobes for near-infrared bioimaging, nanothermometry, and photodynamic therapy.

Graphical abstract: Optical nanoprobes for biomedical applications: shining a light on upconverting and near-infrared emitting nanoparticles for imaging, thermal sensing, and photodynamic therapy
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Copolymers containing carbohydrates and other biomolecules: design, synthesis and applications

This review highlights recent progress in random and block copolymers containing sugar and other biocompounds, including their design, synthesis, properties and selected applications.

Graphical abstract: Copolymers containing carbohydrates and other biomolecules: design, synthesis and applications
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Antioxidant activity of nanomaterials

In this review, the main families of nanoantioxidants and the chemical methods used to measure their antioxidant activity are reported.

Graphical abstract: Antioxidant activity of nanomaterials
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Two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenide nanomaterials for combination cancer therapy

In this review, we mainly summarize the latest advances in the utilization of 2D TMDCs for PTT combination cancer therapy and imaging-guided cancer combination therapy, as well as their toxicity both in vitro and in vivo.

Graphical abstract: Two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenide nanomaterials for combination cancer therapy
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Nanoscale silicon for subcellular biointerfaces

Semiconductor nanomaterials are emerging as a class of materials that can push the fundamental limits of current biomedical devices and possibly revolutionize healthcare.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale silicon for subcellular biointerfaces
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Metal organic frameworks based on bioactive components

This review highlights the latest advances of Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) in the promising biomedical domain, from their synthesis to their biorelated activities.

Graphical abstract: Metal organic frameworks based on bioactive components
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Controlling enzyme function through immobilisation on graphene, graphene derivatives and other two dimensional nanomaterials

Controlling enzyme function through immobilisation on graphene, graphene derivatives and other two dimensional nanomaterials.

Graphical abstract: Controlling enzyme function through immobilisation on graphene, graphene derivatives and other two dimensional nanomaterials
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Structures and properties of phosphate-based bioactive glasses from computer simulation: a review

Computer simulations have enabled breakthroughs in understanding the connections between the atomic structure and properties of bioactive phosphate glasses.

Graphical abstract: Structures and properties of phosphate-based bioactive glasses from computer simulation: a review
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Bioelectronics goes 3D: new trends in cell–chip interface engineering

Bioelectronic platforms can be used for electrophysiology, monitoring and stimulating specific cellular functions.

Graphical abstract: Bioelectronics goes 3D: new trends in cell–chip interface engineering
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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
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Semiconductor versus graphene quantum dots as fluorescent probes for cancer diagnosis and therapy applications

This review provides a comparison of optical, chemical and biocompatibility properties of graphene and semiconductor quantum dots as fluorescent probes.

Graphical abstract: Semiconductor versus graphene quantum dots as fluorescent probes for cancer diagnosis and therapy applications
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Nanoparticle–proteome in vitro and in vivo

The protein corona is a concept central to a range of disciplines exploiting the bio–nano interface.

Graphical abstract: Nanoparticle–proteome in vitro and in vivo
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Optical trapping for biosensing: materials and applications

Optical trapping has been evidence as a very powerful tool for the manipulation and study of biological entities. This review explains the main concepts regarding the use of optical trapping for biosensing, focusing its attention to those applications involving the manipulation of particles which are used as handles, force transducers and sensors.

Graphical abstract: Optical trapping for biosensing: materials and applications
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Functionalization of cotton cellulose for improved wound healing

Cotton functionalization with hydrogels improve it application as wound dressing.

Graphical abstract: Functionalization of cotton cellulose for improved wound healing
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