Researchs show that combining nanoparticles and DNA nanotechnology can amplify the signal obtained from imaging the extracellular matrix.
Fumed silica nanoparticles are functionalised to have ‘tethering’ proteins and link bioactive groups to induce biomimicry.
A novel approach is presented for making polymer nanoparticles that can release dual osteogenic growth factors while adhering to Ti surfaces.
Research investigates the antimicrobial efficiency of microwave plasma processed air with manifold RNS against vegetative bacteria and bacterial endospores.
Oxygen-responsive hydrogels for non-invasive subcutaneous oxygen monitoring is reported by Prof. Jon Lovell and co-workers at the University of Buffalo.
Researchers design and develop a novel type of disulfide core-crosslinked polyurethane micelle for anti-cancer drug delivery.
An antigen delivery system based on quaternized chitosan hydrogel microparticles has been developed at the Chinese Academy of Sciences.