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Understanding the fate of DNA nanostructures inside the cell

DNA nanostructures are highly tunable and responsive materials for diagnostic and healthcare-related applications, but their intracellular fate remains largely unknown.

Graphical abstract: Understanding the fate of DNA nanostructures inside the cell
From the themed collection: Journal of Materials Chemistry B HOT Papers
Perspective

Cleaving DNA by nanozymes

Various nanomaterials can mimic the activities of nucleases for hydrolytic and oxidative DNA cleavage on different sites allowing interesting biomedical and bioanalytical applications.

Graphical abstract: Cleaving DNA by nanozymes
Perspective

Chemoreactive nanomedicine

Triggering specific chemical reactions in the disease microenvironment can produce species for disease treatment that have high theranostic performance and low side effects on healthy cells/tissues.

Graphical abstract: Chemoreactive nanomedicine
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Review Article

Supramolecular ensembles modified by near-infrared dyes and their biological applications

This review presents recently developed supramolecular ensembles modified by near-infrared dyes. We discussed the construction of these near-infrared dyes-based ensembles and their biological application.

Graphical abstract: Supramolecular ensembles modified by near-infrared dyes and their biological applications
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Review Article

Mimicking the electrophysiological microenvironment of bone tissue using electroactive materials to promote its regeneration

A timely and comprehensive account of electroactive biomaterials promoting bone regeneration is provided by reviewing their physicochemical and biological properties.

Graphical abstract: Mimicking the electrophysiological microenvironment of bone tissue using electroactive materials to promote its regeneration
Review Article

Bioreactivity of decellularized animal, plant, and fungal scaffolds: perspectives for medical applications

With the integrated evaluation of the scaffold profile in the living systems, the decellularized animal, plant, and fungal scaffolds will become essential instruments for safe and controllable biomedical applications.

Graphical abstract: Bioreactivity of decellularized animal, plant, and fungal scaffolds: perspectives for medical applications
Review Article

Cationic dynamic covalent polymers for gene transfection

Dynamic covalent polymers have revealed strong potential in gene delivery, thanks to their versatile self-assembly, adaptive and responsive behaviors.

Graphical abstract: Cationic dynamic covalent polymers for gene transfection
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Review Article

Inflammation and biomaterials: role of the immune response in bone regeneration by inorganic scaffolds

The design of inorganic scaffolds able to instruct the immune system, eliciting adequate feedback by tuning specific material properties, has become an emerging field of research.

Graphical abstract: Inflammation and biomaterials: role of the immune response in bone regeneration by inorganic scaffolds
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Review Article

Structural design and antimicrobial properties of polypeptides and saccharide–polypeptide conjugates

The development and progress of antimicrobial polypeptides and saccharide–polypeptide conjugates in regards to their structural design, biological functions and antimicrobial mechanism.

Graphical abstract: Structural design and antimicrobial properties of polypeptides and saccharide–polypeptide conjugates
Review Article

Harnessing biomolecules for bioinspired dental biomaterials

We review the range of biomolecules used across dental biomaterials to spur the design and implementation of bioinspired multifunctional materials.

Graphical abstract: Harnessing biomolecules for bioinspired dental biomaterials
Review Article

Recent advances of near infrared inorganic fluorescent probes for biomedical applications

Near infrared (NIR)-excitable and NIR-emitting probes have fuelled advances in biomedical applications owing to their power in enabling deep tissue imaging, offering high image contrast and reducing phototoxicity.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances of near infrared inorganic fluorescent probes for biomedical applications
Review Article

Recent advances in bio-orthogonal and dynamic crosslinking of biomimetic hydrogels

This review highlights recent advances in bio-orthogonal and dynamic hydrogels crosslinked by irreversible click chemistry, enzymatic reactions, and covalent-adaptable network.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in bio-orthogonal and dynamic crosslinking of biomimetic hydrogels
Review Article

Three-dimensional scaffold-free microtissues engineered for cardiac repair

In this review article, we present the state-of-the-art approaches and recent advancements in the engineering of scaffold-free cardiac microtissues for myocardial repair.

Graphical abstract: Three-dimensional scaffold-free microtissues engineered for cardiac repair
From the themed collection: Editor’s Choice: Hybrid Materials
Review Article

Flexible electrochemical biosensors for healthcare monitoring

Flexible electrochemical biosensors are studied hugely because of tremendous advantages including the fast response, high sensitivity, inherent miniaturization, convenient operation, and portability which are suitable for wearable biosensors.

Graphical abstract: Flexible electrochemical biosensors for healthcare monitoring
Review Article

Biological applications of water-soluble polypeptides with ordered secondary structures

Herein, recent advances in the synthesis of the water-soluble polypeptides with ordered secondary structures via ring-opening polymerization of NCA/NTA and their biological applications are described.

Graphical abstract: Biological applications of water-soluble polypeptides with ordered secondary structures
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Review Article

Single plasmonic nanostructures for biomedical diagnosis

This work discusses prominent advantages and advances in single-nanoparticle characterization and synthesis, and gives an outlook on particle-based biomedical diagnosis.

Graphical abstract: Single plasmonic nanostructures for biomedical diagnosis
Review Article

Nanomaterial-based gas sensors used for breath diagnosis

Gas-sensing applications commonly use nanomaterials (NMs) because of their unique physicochemical properties, including a high surface-to-volume ratio, enormous number of active sites, controllable morphology, and potential for miniaturisation.

Graphical abstract: Nanomaterial-based gas sensors used for breath diagnosis
Review Article

Advances in functional nucleic acid based paper sensors

This article provides an extensive review of paper-based sensors that utilize functional nucleic acids, particularly DNA aptamers and DNAzymes, as recognition elements.

Graphical abstract: Advances in functional nucleic acid based paper sensors
From the themed collection: Editor’s Choice: Microfluidics
Review Article

Effect of elasticity on the phagocytosis of micro/nanoparticles

A broad range of investigation methods and frameworks are used to better study the elasticity of various micro/nanoparticles (MNPs) with different properties and to explore the effect of such properties on their interactions with biological species.

Graphical abstract: Effect of elasticity on the phagocytosis of micro/nanoparticles
Review Article

Substituted hydroxyapatite coatings of bone implants

This review is a comprehensive overview and analysis of the most important advances in the field of substituted hydroxyapatite coatings.

Graphical abstract: Substituted hydroxyapatite coatings of bone implants
Review Article

Biodegradable and bioabsorbable sensors based on two-dimensional materials

This review presents a broad overview of recent reports on the biocompatibility and biodegradability of two-dimensional materials and highlights recent progress in their biodegradable and bioabsorbable sensors for diagnostic and therapeutic applications.

Graphical abstract: Biodegradable and bioabsorbable sensors based on two-dimensional materials
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Review Article

Conjugated polymers as nanoparticle probes for fluorescence and photoacoustic imaging

In this review, the role of conjugated polymer nanoparticles (CPNs) in emerging bioimaging techniques is described.

Graphical abstract: Conjugated polymers as nanoparticle probes for fluorescence and photoacoustic imaging
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Communication

Controlling the properties and self-assembly of helical nanofibrils by engineering zinc-binding β-hairpin peptides

The type and location of residues in the designed novel peptides that bind Zn2+ ions determine the properties of the fibrils.

Graphical abstract: Controlling the properties and self-assembly of helical nanofibrils by engineering zinc-binding β-hairpin peptides
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Open Access Communication

Single-molecule DNA origami aptasensors for real-time biomarker detection

DNA nanostructures as platforms to monitor the inherent conformational changes of aptamers upon analyte binding, with single-molecule resolution and real-time capability.

Graphical abstract: Single-molecule DNA origami aptasensors for real-time biomarker detection
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Communication

High-performance non-enzymatic glucose detection: using a conductive Ni-MOF as an electrocatalyst

A glucose sensor based on a conductive Ni-MOF as an electrocatalyst exhibits a fast response time, low detection limit, and high sensitivity, and it can also be applied for the detection of glucose in blood serum samples.

Graphical abstract: High-performance non-enzymatic glucose detection: using a conductive Ni-MOF as an electrocatalyst
Communication

Hydrogels toughened by biominerals providing energy-dissipative sacrificial bonds

Inspired from toughening mechanism of bone tissues, hydrogels, toughened by low crsytalline hydroxyapatite as sacrificial bonds, were created.

Graphical abstract: Hydrogels toughened by biominerals providing energy-dissipative sacrificial bonds
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Communication

Silica nanoparticle coated perfluorooctyl bromide for ultrasensitive MRI

MRI with hyperpolarized 129Xe can achieve low-concentration detection.

Graphical abstract: Silica nanoparticle coated perfluorooctyl bromide for ultrasensitive MRI
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Target-directed enzyme-free dual-amplification DNA circuit for rapid signal amplification

An enzyme-free, single-step and rapid signal amplification DNA circuit was developed by integrating target-directed entropy-driven catalysis and hybridization chain reaction for fluorescence analysis of nucleic acids and small molecules.

Graphical abstract: Target-directed enzyme-free dual-amplification DNA circuit for rapid signal amplification
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A carbazole functionalized semiconducting compound as a heavy atom free photosensitizer for phototherapy against lung cancer

Semiconducting compounds with high photostability and excellent photothermal ability are potential candidates for phototheranostics.

Graphical abstract: A carbazole functionalized semiconducting compound as a heavy atom free photosensitizer for phototherapy against lung cancer
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White light-triggered zwitterionic polymer nanoparticles based on an AIE-active photosensitizer for photodynamic antimicrobial therapy

Photodynamic antimicrobial therapy (PDAT) has received enormous attention due to its excellent spatiotemporal accuracy, non-invasiveness, and anti-multidrug resistance properties compared with chemotherapy.

Graphical abstract: White light-triggered zwitterionic polymer nanoparticles based on an AIE-active photosensitizer for photodynamic antimicrobial therapy
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Biomimetic epidermal sensors assembled from polydopamine-modified reduced graphene oxide/polyvinyl alcohol hydrogels for the real-time monitoring of human motions

A skin-matched soft strain/pressure sensor fabricated by fully physically crosslinked conductive PDA–rGO/PVA hydrogel is reported for sensitive healthcare monitoring and human-machine interaction.

Graphical abstract: Biomimetic epidermal sensors assembled from polydopamine-modified reduced graphene oxide/polyvinyl alcohol hydrogels for the real-time monitoring of human motions
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Highly luminescent biocompatible CsPbBr3@SiO2 core–shell nanoprobes for bioimaging and drug delivery

A facile approach for the highly luminescent and biocompatible CsPbBr3@SiO2 core–shell PNCs was developed. The dual biological roles of these PNCs are demonstrated, offering new directions to the stable PNCs for a variety of biomedical applications.

Graphical abstract: Highly luminescent biocompatible CsPbBr3@SiO2 core–shell nanoprobes for bioimaging and drug delivery
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Bioinspired tissue-compliant hydrogels with multifunctions for synergistic surgery–photothermal therapy

A multifunction hydrogel system was designed to ablate residual tumors in 4T1 tumor-bearing mice models after surgery via photothermal therapy.

Graphical abstract: Bioinspired tissue-compliant hydrogels with multifunctions for synergistic surgery–photothermal therapy
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Construction and bioimaging application of novel indole heptamethine cyanines containing functionalized tetrahydropyridine rings

IR780 as a commercially available dye with near-infrared emission has been extensively applied in fluorescent probes and bioimaging.

Graphical abstract: Construction and bioimaging application of novel indole heptamethine cyanines containing functionalized tetrahydropyridine rings
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Detection of hypochlorous acid fluctuation via a selective fluorescent probe in acute lung injury cells and mouse models

The selective fluorescent probe BCy-HOCl monitoring the HOCl in acute lung injury cell and mouse models.

Graphical abstract: Detection of hypochlorous acid fluctuation via a selective fluorescent probe in acute lung injury cells and mouse models
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Matrix metalloproteinase-initiated aggregation of melanin nanoparticles as highly efficient contrast agent for enhanced tumor accumulation and dual-modal imaging

MMP2-initiated size-changeable melanin nanoparticles significantly increase the T1-weighted MRI and PA signals in vivo due to enhanced tumor accumulations.

Graphical abstract: Matrix metalloproteinase-initiated aggregation of melanin nanoparticles as highly efficient contrast agent for enhanced tumor accumulation and dual-modal imaging
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A nanoplatform based on mesoporous silica-coated gold nanorods for cancer triplex therapy

A biocompatible nanocomposite of mesoporous silica-coated gold nanorods is fabricated for synergistic tumor therapy.

Graphical abstract: A nanoplatform based on mesoporous silica-coated gold nanorods for cancer triplex therapy
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A tumor-targeted theranostic nanomedicine with strong absorption in the NIR-II biowindow for image-guided multi-gradient therapy

Developing new strategies to enhance drug accumulation in the tumor and therapeutic efficacy is of great importance in the field of tumor therapy.

Graphical abstract: A tumor-targeted theranostic nanomedicine with strong absorption in the NIR-II biowindow for image-guided multi-gradient therapy
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Block copolymer [(L-GluA-5-BE)-b-(L-AspA-4-BE)]-based nanoflower capsules with thermosensitive morphology and pH-responsive drug release for cancer therapy

Herein, the synthesis of an amino-acid-based di-block copolymer (di-BCP) in-between an L-glutamic acid-5-benzyl ester and L-aspartic acid-4-benzyl ester [(L-GluA-5-BE)-b-(L-AspA-4-BE)] has been reported.

Graphical abstract: Block copolymer [(l-GluA-5-BE)-b-(l-AspA-4-BE)]-based nanoflower capsules with thermosensitive morphology and pH-responsive drug release for cancer therapy
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Carbon nanodot decorated acellular dermal matrix hydrogel augments chronic wound closure

Impaired skin regeneration in chronic wounds like in diabetes corresponds to high oxidative stress, poor angiogenesis and insufficient collagen hyperplasia.

Graphical abstract: Carbon nanodot decorated acellular dermal matrix hydrogel augments chronic wound closure
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Particle-attachment crystallization facilitates the occlusion of micrometer-sized Escherichia coli in calcium carbonate crystals with stable fluorescence

Taking advantages of the crystallization by attachment of amorphous calcium carbonate nanoparticles, micrometer-sized GFP-E. coli can be efficiently incorporated into vaterite crystals, the artificial composites exhibit stable fluorescence more than six months.

Graphical abstract: Particle-attachment crystallization facilitates the occlusion of micrometer-sized Escherichia coli in calcium carbonate crystals with stable fluorescence
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Consecutive dephosphorylation by alkaline phosphatase-directed in situ formation of porous hydrogels of SF with nanocrystalline calcium phosphate ceramics for bone regeneration

A porous hydrogel of SF with nanocrystalline calcium phosphate ceramics for bone regeneration was prepared through consecutive dephosphorylation actions.

Graphical abstract: Consecutive dephosphorylation by alkaline phosphatase-directed in situ formation of porous hydrogels of SF with nanocrystalline calcium phosphate ceramics for bone regeneration
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Application of graphene nanowalls in an intraocular pressure sensor

Combining crack mechanism in GNWs with the stretchability of PDMS, a contact lens sensor exhibits excellent sensitivity to intraocular pressure.

Graphical abstract: Application of graphene nanowalls in an intraocular pressure sensor
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Open Access Paper

Effects of nanopores on the mechanical strength, osteoclastogenesis, and osteogenesis in honeycomb scaffolds

The nanopoers of honeycomb scaffolds affect mechanical strength, osteoclastogenesis, and osteogenesis. When the nanopore volume was 0.15 cm3 g−1, steady replacement of honeycomb scaffolds with new bone was achieved.

Graphical abstract: Effects of nanopores on the mechanical strength, osteoclastogenesis, and osteogenesis in honeycomb scaffolds
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
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Delivery of amino acid oxidase via catalytic nanocapsules to enable effective tumor inhibition

Amino acid oxidase, the fundamental building blocks of proteins, is delivered via catalytic nanocapsules and combined with chemodynamic therapy for tumor treatment.

Graphical abstract: Delivery of amino acid oxidase via catalytic nanocapsules to enable effective tumor inhibition
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A cation exchange strategy to construct a targeting nanoprobe for enhanced T1-weighted MR imaging of tumors

Excellent imaging performance and good biocompatibility of contrast agents are considered as prerequisites for accurate tumor diagnosis.

Graphical abstract: A cation exchange strategy to construct a targeting nanoprobe for enhanced T1-weighted MR imaging of tumors
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Biodegradable pH-responsive amorphous calcium carbonate nanoparticles as immunoadjuvants for multimodal imaging and enhanced photoimmunotherapy

Development of bioresponsive theranostic nanoparticles to enhance cancer diagnostics and control cancer metastasis.

Graphical abstract: Biodegradable pH-responsive amorphous calcium carbonate nanoparticles as immunoadjuvants for multimodal imaging and enhanced photoimmunotherapy
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FeMn layered double hydroxides: an efficient bifunctional electrocatalyst for real-time tracking of cysteine in whole blood and dopamine in biological samples

A peculiar clock-regulated design of FeMn-LDHs (FMH) with specific physiochemical attributes has been developed and used for highly sensitive detection of cysteine (CySH) and dopamine (DA).

Graphical abstract: FeMn layered double hydroxides: an efficient bifunctional electrocatalyst for real-time tracking of cysteine in whole blood and dopamine in biological samples
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A tumor-microenvironment fully responsive nano-platform for MRI-guided photodynamic and photothermal synergistic therapy

Multifunctional intelligent theranostics agents are promising for next-generation oncotherapy.

Graphical abstract: A tumor-microenvironment fully responsive nano-platform for MRI-guided photodynamic and photothermal synergistic therapy
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Photo-induced specific intracellular release EGFR inhibitor from enzyme/ROS-dual sensitive nano-platforms for molecular targeted-photodynamic combinational therapy of non-small cell lung cancer

Nanoparticles with active-targeting, enzyme and ROS sensitive features were fabricated to load AFT for molecular targeted- and photodynamic combinational therapy.

Graphical abstract: Photo-induced specific intracellular release EGFR inhibitor from enzyme/ROS-dual sensitive nano-platforms for molecular targeted-photodynamic combinational therapy of non-small cell lung cancer
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Near-infrared optically active Cu2−xS nanocrystals: sacrificial template-ligand exchange integration fabrication and chirality dependent autophagy effects

The sacrificial template-ligand exchange integration fabrication and chirality dependent autophagy effects of the near-infrared optically active Cu2−xS nanocrystals.

Graphical abstract: Near-infrared optically active Cu2−xS nanocrystals: sacrificial template-ligand exchange integration fabrication and chirality dependent autophagy effects
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Evaluating platelet activation related to the degradation products of biomaterials using molecular markers

The spectra of platelet activation molecular markers were used to study the changes of platelet activation by degradation products.

Graphical abstract: Evaluating platelet activation related to the degradation products of biomaterials using molecular markers
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Visualizing mitochondria and mouse intestine with a fluorescent complex of a naphthalene-based dipolar dye and serum albumin

A fluorophore–protein complex for the visualization of mitochondria and the mouse intestine was developed. The complex formation of a naphthalene-based dipolar dye and serum albumin was identified and its imaging applications were investigated.

Graphical abstract: Visualizing mitochondria and mouse intestine with a fluorescent complex of a naphthalene-based dipolar dye and serum albumin
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Rational design of near-infrared platinum(II)-acetylide conjugated polymers for photoacoustic imaging-guided synergistic phototherapy under 808 nm irradiation

We have developed a novel near-infrared Pt-acetylide conjugated polymer CP3 with highly efficient photoconversion behaviors for synergistic cancer phototherapy.

Graphical abstract: Rational design of near-infrared platinum(ii)-acetylide conjugated polymers for photoacoustic imaging-guided synergistic phototherapy under 808 nm irradiation
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Near-infrared photothermal liposomal nanoantagonists for amplified cancer photodynamic therapy

Near-infrared photothermal liposomal nanoantagonists with photo-controlled cargo release were developed for amplified cancer photodynamic therapy through inhibiting intracellular glutathione biosynthesis.

Graphical abstract: Near-infrared photothermal liposomal nanoantagonists for amplified cancer photodynamic therapy
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In vivo immunological response of exposure to PEGylated graphene oxide via intraperitoneal injection

2D PEGylated graphene oxide showed stealth-but-immune-activating capacity on macrophages, along with specific intraperitoneal immunological response in vivo.

Graphical abstract: In vivo immunological response of exposure to PEGylated graphene oxide via intraperitoneal injection
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A physiologically active interpenetrating collagen network that supports growth and migration of epidermal keratinocytes: zinc-polyP nanoparticles integrated into compressed collagen

It is demonstrated that polyphosphate, as a component in wound healing mats together with Zn2+, is essential for growth and migration of skin keratinocytes.

Graphical abstract: A physiologically active interpenetrating collagen network that supports growth and migration of epidermal keratinocytes: zinc-polyP nanoparticles integrated into compressed collagen
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3D printing of cell-laden electroconductive bioinks for tissue engineering applications

Bioprinting is an emerging powerful fabrication method, which enables the rapid assembly of 3D bioconstructs with dispensing cell-laden bioinks in pre-designed locations.

Graphical abstract: 3D printing of cell-laden electroconductive bioinks for tissue engineering applications
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Photoactivated polyprodrug nanoparticles for effective light-controlled Pt(IV) and siRNA codelivery to achieve synergistic cancer therapy

A photoactivatable polyprodrug nanoparticle system (PPNPsiRNA) was developed for efficient light-controlled codelivery of Pt(IV) and siRNA for synergistic cancer therapy.

Graphical abstract: Photoactivated polyprodrug nanoparticles for effective light-controlled Pt(iv) and siRNA codelivery to achieve synergistic cancer therapy
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Nanostructures based on vanadium disulfide growing on UCNPs: simple synthesis, dual-mode imaging, and photothermal therapy

A simple method was developed by using core–shell UCNPs as seeds and heterogeneously growing VS2 nanoshell directly on the surface. The final nanostructures with uniform and small sizes afford dual-mode imaging and photothermal therapy in vitro.

Graphical abstract: Nanostructures based on vanadium disulfide growing on UCNPs: simple synthesis, dual-mode imaging, and photothermal therapy
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pH and singlet oxygen dual-responsive GEM prodrug micelles for efficient combination therapy of chemotherapy and photodynamic therapy

Nanocarriers have been an important strategy for enhancing the combination therapy of chemotherapy and photodynamic therapy (PDT) (Chem-PDT).

Graphical abstract: pH and singlet oxygen dual-responsive GEM prodrug micelles for efficient combination therapy of chemotherapy and photodynamic therapy
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A circulating tumor cell-based digital assay for the detection of EGFR T790M mutation in advanced non-small cell lung cancer

A CTC-based digital assay to detect T790M mutation non-invasively, indicating peripheral arterial blood to be a more abundant CTC source.

Graphical abstract: A circulating tumor cell-based digital assay for the detection of EGFR T790M mutation in advanced non-small cell lung cancer
From the themed collection: Journal of Materials Chemistry B HOT Papers
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Hexametaphosphate as a potential therapy for the dissolution and prevention of kidney stones

Hexametaphosphate prevents aggregation and dissolves kidney stones an order of magnitude more effectively than the current therapy, citrate.

Graphical abstract: Hexametaphosphate as a potential therapy for the dissolution and prevention of kidney stones
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
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Nanoengineering multifunctional hybrid interfaces using adhesive glycogen nanoparticles

Amphiphilic phytoglycogen nanoparticles are used as building blocks for engineering multifunctional hybrid films with catalytic and sensing properties.

Graphical abstract: Nanoengineering multifunctional hybrid interfaces using adhesive glycogen nanoparticles
From the themed collection: Hybrid Nanoparticle Composites
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Zwitterionic small molecule based fluorophores for efficient and selective imaging of bacterial endospores

Zwitterionic small molecule based fluorophores for efficient and selective imaging of bacterial endospores.

Graphical abstract: Zwitterionic small molecule based fluorophores for efficient and selective imaging of bacterial endospores
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Lyophilization enabled disentanglement of polyethylenimine on rambutan-like silica nanoparticles for enhanced plasmid DNA delivery

Lyophilization affects the conformation of PEI chains modified on the surface of silica nanoparticles and enhances the plasmid DNA transfection performance.

Graphical abstract: Lyophilization enabled disentanglement of polyethylenimine on rambutan-like silica nanoparticles for enhanced plasmid DNA delivery
From the themed collection: Journal of Materials Chemistry B HOT Papers
Open Access Paper

Molecular imaging of extracellular vesicles in vitro via Raman metabolic labelling

Molecular imaging of extracellular vesicles in vitro via Raman metabolic labelling.

Graphical abstract: Molecular imaging of extracellular vesicles in vitro via Raman metabolic labelling
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
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A waterborne polyurethane 3D scaffold containing PLGA with a controllable degradation rate and an anti-inflammatory effect for potential applications in neural tissue repair

3D connected porous LGPU scaffolds with adjustable degradation and a strong anti-inflammatory effect were prepared for neural tissue repair.

Graphical abstract: A waterborne polyurethane 3D scaffold containing PLGA with a controllable degradation rate and an anti-inflammatory effect for potential applications in neural tissue repair
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The phosphatase-like activity of zirconium oxide nanoparticles and their application in near-infrared intracellular imaging

The phosphatase-like activity of ZrO2 nanoparticles is reported, which has found applications in intracellular imaging.

Graphical abstract: The phosphatase-like activity of zirconium oxide nanoparticles and their application in near-infrared intracellular imaging
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A photoluminescence biosensor for the detection of N-acyl homoserine lactone using cysteamine functionalized ZnO nanoparticles for the early diagnosis of urinary tract infections

We report a PL biosensor using cysteamine functionalized ZnO nanoparticles for the detection of quorum sensing signals (N-acyl homoserine lactones).

Graphical abstract: A photoluminescence biosensor for the detection of N-acyl homoserine lactone using cysteamine functionalized ZnO nanoparticles for the early diagnosis of urinary tract infections
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