A new review in Advanced Science summarizes new nanotechnology-based potential diagnosis and treatment methods for triple negative breast cancer.
To fulfill the complex requirements of medical applications, multi-functional biomaterials need to be designed.
Interfaces to capture, detect, and analyze circulating tumor cells are reviewed, which give a valuable insight into tumor progression and metastasis.
Topography of plant virus nanoparticles has been shown to influence osteogenesis of bone derived mesenchymal stem cells.
In this comprehensive review, the main research routes and technologies that are being followed to deliver high-performance electronic skin are discussed.
Two new methods – microcontact printing and photolithography – to obtain structured polypeptoid brushes with excellent non-fouling properties are presented.
Researchers demonstrate that phenazine compounds can bioaccumulate and self-assemble in macrophages and epithelial cells.
This paper reviews the recent progresses in selective laser melting of titanium alloys and titanium matrix composites for biomedical applications.
An Ir-complex modified nanoprobe to sensitively monitor hypoxia in cancer cells without interfering autofluorescence is developed.
Low concentrations (10 × 10−15 M) of the disease biomarker microRNA-21 (miRNA-21) can be detected by a flexible biosensor.