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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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Near-infrared light triggered drug release from mesoporous silica nanoparticles

Stimuli triggered drug delivery systems enable controlled release of drugs at the optimal space and time, thus achieving optimal therapeutic effects.

Graphical abstract: Near-infrared light triggered drug release from mesoporous silica nanoparticles
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Enhancing the sensitivity of colorimetric lateral flow assay (CLFA) through signal amplification techniques

This article highlights recent signal amplification techniques for enhancing the detection sensitivity of colorimetric lateral flow assay.

Graphical abstract: Enhancing the sensitivity of colorimetric lateral flow assay (CLFA) through signal amplification techniques
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Multivalency as an action principle in multimodal lectin recognition and glycosidase inhibition: a paradigm shift driven by carbon-based glyconanomaterials

Glyco(mimetic)-coated fullerenes and nanodiamonds are playing a decisive role in the investigation of the lectin–enzyme crosstalk behaviours elicited by (hetero)multivalency.

Graphical abstract: Multivalency as an action principle in multimodal lectin recognition and glycosidase inhibition: a paradigm shift driven by carbon-based glyconanomaterials
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Bioactive glasses in wound healing: hope or hype?

Bioactive glasses have long been investigated in mineralized tissue regeneration, but recently their potential applications in soft tissue repair, and in particular wound healing, have demonstrated great promise.

Graphical abstract: Bioactive glasses in wound healing: hope or hype?
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Advancements in infrared imaging platforms: complementary imaging systems and contrast agents

Recent advancements in the design of complementary infrared (IR) fluorescence imaging systems and IR-emitting contrast agents are highlighted. The ability to maximize the full performance of any IR imaging platform relies on the thorough understanding of the requirements of the imaging system and physical characteristics of the complementary contrast agents.

Graphical abstract: Advancements in infrared imaging platforms: complementary imaging systems and contrast agents
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Assembly of silk fibroin and graphene-based nanomaterial with enhanced mechanical/conductive properties and its biomedical application

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Robust organic nanoparticles for noninvasive long-term fluorescence imaging

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Topographical patterning: characteristics of current processing techniques, controllable effects on material properties and co-cultured cell fate, updated applications in tissue engineering, and improvement strategies

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Recent advances of ratiometric electrochemiluminescence biosensors

Ratiometric electrochemiluminescence (ECL) assays have been widely applied in biosensing because of eliminated outside interferences and improved reliability in detection.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances of ratiometric electrochemiluminescence biosensors
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Progress on Electrospun Composite Nanofibers: Composition, Performance and Applications for Tissue Engineering

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Supramolecular and dynamic covalent hydrogel scaffolds: from gelation chemistry to enhanced cell retention and cartilage regeneration

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Fundamentals and Introductory of Cross-seeding of Amyloid Proteins

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Luminescent approaches for the rapid detection of disease-related receptor proteins using transition metal-based probes

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In situ-forming, mechanically resilient hydrogels for cell delivery

Injectable, in situ-forming hydrogels can improve cell delivery in tissue engineering applications by facilitating minimally invasive delivery to irregular defect sites and improving cell retention and survival.

Graphical abstract: In situ-forming, mechanically resilient hydrogels for cell delivery
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Advanced Liquid Biopsy Technologies for Circulating Biomarker Detection

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Recent progress in the synthesis, structural diversity and emerging applications of cyclodextrin-based metal–organic frameworks

This review takes an overview of the synthetic strategies, structural diversity and emerging bio-related applications of cyclodextrin-based metal–organic frameworks (CD-MOFs).

Graphical abstract: Recent progress in the synthesis, structural diversity and emerging applications of cyclodextrin-based metal–organic frameworks
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Layered double hydroxide nanostructures and nanocomposites for biomedical applications

Layered double hydroxide (LDH) nanostructures and related nanocomposites have attracted significant interest in biomedical applications including cancer therapy, bioimaging and antibacterial treatment.

Graphical abstract: Layered double hydroxide nanostructures and nanocomposites for biomedical applications
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Expanding the scope of chemiluminescence in bioanalysis with functional nanomaterials

The development of nanomaterial-based CL detection strategies and their applications in bioanalysis are reviewed. It highlights recent advances and organizes them into three sections: sensing platform, signal probe, and applications in homogeneous systems.

Graphical abstract: Expanding the scope of chemiluminescence in bioanalysis with functional nanomaterials
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Biomechanical studies on biomaterial degradation and co-cultured cells: mechanisms, potential applications, challenges and prospects

This review provides a comprehensive overview of biomechanical studies on biomaterial degradation and co-cultured cells as well as valuable biomechanical ideas on how to design or optimize cell biomaterial co-culture system.

Graphical abstract: Biomechanical studies on biomaterial degradation and co-cultured cells: mechanisms, potential applications, challenges and prospects
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Synthesis and biomedical applications of graphitic carbon nitride quantum dots

This review summarizes the synthetic methods and addresses current applications and future perspectives of graphitic carbon nitride quantum dots in the biomedical field.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis and biomedical applications of graphitic carbon nitride quantum dots
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Silicate bioceramics: from soft tissue regeneration to tumor therapy

The applications of silicate bioceramics in soft tissue regeneration and tumor therapy

Graphical abstract: Silicate bioceramics: from soft tissue regeneration to tumor therapy
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Liquid biopsy in combination with solid-state electrochemical sensors and nucleic acid amplification

Solid-state electrochemical sensors are developing as a new platform for liquid biopsy, combining detection and analysis of nucleic acids with isothermal nucleic acid amplification reactions.

Graphical abstract: Liquid biopsy in combination with solid-state electrochemical sensors and nucleic acid amplification
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Fmoc-diphenylalanine as a suitable building block for the preparation of hybrid materials and their potential applications

Due to its capability to self-assemble in self-supporting hydrogels (HG) under physiological conditions, Fmoc-FF is one of the most studied ultra-short peptide. This feature pushed towards the development of novel Fmoc-FF multicomponent systems.

Graphical abstract: Fmoc-diphenylalanine as a suitable building block for the preparation of hybrid materials and their potential applications
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Small intestinal submucosa: superiority, limitations and solutions, and its potential to address bottlenecks in tissue repair

Small intestinal submucosa (SIS) has attracted much attention in tissue repair because it can provide plentiful bioactive factors and a biomimetic three-dimensional microenvironment to induce desired cellular functions.

Graphical abstract: Small intestinal submucosa: superiority, limitations and solutions, and its potential to address bottlenecks in tissue repair
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Reactive oxygen species (ROS)-responsive biomaterials mediate tissue microenvironments and tissue regeneration

ROS-responsive biomaterials alleviate the oxidative stress in tissue microenvironments, promoting tissue regeneration and disease therapy.

Graphical abstract: Reactive oxygen species (ROS)-responsive biomaterials mediate tissue microenvironments and tissue regeneration
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Nucleic acids presenting polymer nanomaterials as vaccine adjuvants

Polymer nanomaterials in various shapes and sizes can be engineered to present nucleic acids and function as immune adjuvant.

Graphical abstract: Nucleic acids presenting polymer nanomaterials as vaccine adjuvants
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Preparation, characterization and properties of intrinsic self-healing elastomers

Recent progress in preparation, characterization and properties of different kinds of intrinsic self-healing elastomers is summarized in this review article.

Graphical abstract: Preparation, characterization and properties of intrinsic self-healing elastomers
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Photoluminescent and biodegradable porous silicon nanoparticles for biomedical imaging

A set of unique properties including biodegradability, intrinsic photoluminescence, and mesoporous structure allows porous silicon nanoparticles to address current challenges of translational nanomedicine, especially in biomedical imaging.

Graphical abstract: Photoluminescent and biodegradable porous silicon nanoparticles for biomedical imaging
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Nanoparticle-based diagnostic and therapeutic systems for brain tumors

Many theranostic nanoparticles have been tailored for high-efficiency diagnostic or therapeutic agents or applied as carriers and might provide new possibilities for brain tumor diagnosis and treatment.

Graphical abstract: Nanoparticle-based diagnostic and therapeutic systems for brain tumors
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Biomaterial–tight junction interaction and potential impacts

Biomaterial–tight junction (TJ) interactions: analyses of the TJ structure and natural modulation, interaction mechanism, potential impact and measuring methods.

Graphical abstract: Biomaterial–tight junction interaction and potential impacts
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Pivotal role of electrospun nanofibers in microfluidic diagnostic systems – a review

Electrospun nanofibrous membranes enjoy numerous factors which benefit them to be used as potential candidates in microfluidic based biosensing platforms.

Graphical abstract: Pivotal role of electrospun nanofibers in microfluidic diagnostic systems – a review
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Mechanochemical engineering of 2D materials for multiscale biointerfaces

Atomically thin nanomaterials that are wrinkled or crumpled represent a unique paradigm for interfacing with biological systems due to their mechanical flexibility, exceptional interfacial area, and ease of chemical functionalization.

Graphical abstract: Mechanochemical engineering of 2D materials for multiscale biointerfaces
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Additively manufactured porous metallic biomaterials

Additively manufactured (AM, =3D printed) porous metallic biomaterials with topologically ordered unit cells have created a lot of excitement and are currently receiving a lot of attention given their great potential for improving bone tissue regeneration and preventing implant-associated infections.

Graphical abstract: Additively manufactured porous metallic biomaterials
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Self-assembling injectable peptide hydrogels for emerging treatment of ischemic stroke

Ischaemic stroke remains one of the leading causes of death and disability worldwide, without any long-term effective treatments targeted at regeneration. This has led to developments of novel, biomaterial-based strategies using self-assembling peptide hydrogels.

Graphical abstract: Self-assembling injectable peptide hydrogels for emerging treatment of ischemic stroke
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Recent advances in the design of injectable hydrogels for stem cell-based therapy

The recent advances in the design of injectable hydrogels for stem cell delivery, especially for in vivo applications, are overviewed in this review.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in the design of injectable hydrogels for stem cell-based therapy
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Nanomaterial-based SERS sensing technology for biomedical application

Over the past few years, nanomaterial-based surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) detection has emerged as a new exciting field in which theoretical and experimental studies of the structure and function of nanomaterials have become a focus.

Graphical abstract: Nanomaterial-based SERS sensing technology for biomedical application
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Electrochemical mercury biosensors based on advanced nanomaterials

This review presents an overview of the synthesis strategies and electrochemical performance of recently developed nanomaterials for the Hg2+ assay.

Graphical abstract: Electrochemical mercury biosensors based on advanced nanomaterials
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Recent advances in gold nanoparticles for biomedical applications: from hybrid structures to multi-functionality

Hybrid gold nanoparticles for biomedical applications are reviewed in the context of a novel classification framework and illustrated by recent examples.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in gold nanoparticles for biomedical applications: from hybrid structures to multi-functionality
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Catalytic antioxidants for therapeutic medicine

In this Review, we focus on catalytic antioxidant study based on transition metal complexes, organoselenium compounds, supramolecules and protein scaffolds.

Graphical abstract: Catalytic antioxidants for therapeutic medicine
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Amphiphilic hydrogels for biomedical applications

We highlight the recent advances in the fabrication and biomedical application of amphiphilic hydrogels.

Graphical abstract: Amphiphilic hydrogels for biomedical applications
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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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Salecan polysaccharide-based hydrogels and their applications: a review

This review systematically summarizes for the first time the recent progress on hydrogels containing salecan polysaccharides.

Graphical abstract: Salecan polysaccharide-based hydrogels and their applications: a review
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Recent advances of stimuli-responsive systems based on transition metal dichalcogenides for smart cancer therapy

A comprehensive overview of the development of stimuli-responsive TMDC-based nanoplatforms for “smart” cancer therapy is presented to demonstrate a more intelligent and better controllable therapeutic strategy.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances of stimuli-responsive systems based on transition metal dichalcogenides for smart cancer therapy
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Exosome-based nanocarriers as bio-inspired and versatile vehicles for drug delivery: recent advances and challenges

Exosomes as drug vehicles have attracted increasing attention due to their ability of shuttling proteins, lipids and genes among cells and natural affinity to target cells.

Graphical abstract: Exosome-based nanocarriers as bio-inspired and versatile vehicles for drug delivery: recent advances and challenges
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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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Polyrotaxane-based biointerfaces with dynamic biomaterial functions

Regulating protein adsorption and cell response by dynamic biomaterial functions.

Graphical abstract: Polyrotaxane-based biointerfaces with dynamic biomaterial functions
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Versatile fluorescent probes for near-infrared imaging of amyloid-β species in Alzheimer's disease mouse model

This review comprehensively discussed the recent progress in the development of NIR fluorescent probes for amyloid-β imaging in vivo.

Graphical abstract: Versatile fluorescent probes for near-infrared imaging of amyloid-β species in Alzheimer's disease mouse model
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Photo-triggerable liposomal drug delivery systems: from simple porphyrin insertion in the lipid bilayer towards supramolecular assemblies of lipid–porphyrin conjugates

Light-responsive liposomes are considered nowadays as one of the most promising nanoparticulate systems for the delivery and release of an active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) in a spatio-temporal manner.

Graphical abstract: Photo-triggerable liposomal drug delivery systems: from simple porphyrin insertion in the lipid bilayer towards supramolecular assemblies of lipid–porphyrin conjugates
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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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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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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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Heparin-based and heparin-inspired hydrogels: size-effect, gelation and biomedical applications

The size-effect, fabrication methods and biomedical applications of heparin-based and heparin-inspired hydrogels are reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Heparin-based and heparin-inspired hydrogels: size-effect, gelation and biomedical applications
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Peptide-biofunctionalization of biomaterials for osteochondral tissue regeneration in early stage osteoarthritis: challenges and opportunities

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease characterized by the progressive deterioration of articular cartilage, synovial inflammation and changes in periarticular and subchondral bone, being a leading cause of disability.

Graphical abstract: Peptide-biofunctionalization of biomaterials for osteochondral tissue regeneration in early stage osteoarthritis: challenges and opportunities
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Functional nanomaterials with unique enzyme-like characteristics for sensing applications

We highlight the recent developments in functional nanomaterials with unique enzyme-like characteristics for sensing applications.

Graphical abstract: Functional nanomaterials with unique enzyme-like characteristics for sensing applications
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Hybrid lipid–nanoparticle complexes for biomedical applications

This paper reviews five different types of hybrid lipid–nanoparticle complexes (HLNC) with potential applications in biomedical research.

Graphical abstract: Hybrid lipid–nanoparticle complexes for biomedical applications
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Stimuli-responsive bio-based polymeric systems and their applications

This article highlights the properties of stimuli-responsive bio-based polymeric systems and their main intelligent applications.

Graphical abstract: Stimuli-responsive bio-based polymeric systems and their applications
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Advanced electronic skin devices for healthcare applications

This review summarized recent progress in skin-inspired electronic devices and their applications in human health monitoring and therapy systems.

Graphical abstract: Advanced electronic skin devices for healthcare applications
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Mechanical determination of particle–cell interactions and the associated biomedical applications

Mechanical determination of particle–cell interactions and the associated biomedical applications.

Graphical abstract: Mechanical determination of particle–cell interactions and the associated biomedical applications
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Bioelectronics with nanocarbons

Smart bioelectronics fabricated from nanocarbons have the potential to enable seamless integration with electrogenic cells and tissues.

Graphical abstract: Bioelectronics with nanocarbons
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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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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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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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Biodegradable polyester unimolecular systems as emerging materials for therapeutic applications

Biodegradable polyester unimolecular systems are the future emerging materials for therapeutic applications.

Graphical abstract: Biodegradable polyester unimolecular systems as emerging materials for therapeutic applications
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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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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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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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Photo-triggered antibacterial and anticancer activities of zinc oxide nanoparticles

Zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnO NPs) generate reactive oxygen species and thus induce phototoxicity against bacteria and cancer cells due to their photocatalytic effects under light irradiation. This review introduces and discusses recent research regarding the utilization of ZnO NPs for light-triggered antibacterial and anticancer activities.

Graphical abstract: Photo-triggered antibacterial and anticancer activities of zinc oxide nanoparticles
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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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Multifunctional smart hydrogels: potential in tissue engineering and cancer therapy

Multifunctional smart hydrogels are used for tissue engineering, drug delivery and cancer therapy.

Graphical abstract: Multifunctional smart hydrogels: potential in tissue engineering and cancer therapy
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This collection contains recent Review-type articles published by Journal of Materials Chemistry B, the home for high impact applications, properties and synthesis of exciting new materials for biology and medicine. New articles will be added to this collection as soon as possible after publication.


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