Gene therapy: Non-viral nanoparticles as delivery systems

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Researchers from Case Western Reserve University present an efficient non-viral gene delivery system for safe gene therapy to treat genetic eye disorders.

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Targeting tumors with AIE nanoparticles

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Aggregation-induced emission nanoparticles have been developed by East China University researchers for cancer diagnostics and treatment.

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A new strategy to treat acute myeloid leukemia

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A new chemotherapeutic strategy combining MHPMA copolymer-based drug formulations for the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia is presented.

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An Old Drug in a New Form: Dithiolethione Prodrug Micelles

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Polymeric prodrug micelles for delivery of a dithiolethione drug have been designed and synthesized from amphiphilic diblock copolymers.

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Soft biocompatible PEG hydrogels

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Soft biocompatible PEG hydrogels with tunable mechanical properties and RGDS-content have been prepared by Löwik et al. using a copper free-click reaction.

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Probing tumour growth through infrared imaging

Tumour tracking nanoparticles as presented by Liu et al. in issue 5 of Advanced Science.

Tumour development is closely monitored through infrared emission from copolymer nanoparticles.

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Silicone Rubber Knee

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Researchers launch new medical technology project investigating a cmposite structure made of silicone rubber for use as a cruciate ligament implant.

Advanced Healthcare Materials Celebrates Its New Impact Factor!

In the recently released 2015 Journal Citation report, Advanced Healthcare Materials received its first two-year full Impact Factor of 5.79

From forms to functions: Unleash the potential of silk printing

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A new silk ink formulation provides a “bottom-up” approach to customized multifunction biomaterials.

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Molecular Doors: Adaptable Hydrogels

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Recent advances in the design of adaptable hydrogels for cell-encapsulation, cell-culture, and cell-transplantation applications are reviewed.

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