Catia Ornelas highlights recent advances in dendrimer chemistry, and provides a critical discussion about limitations of and expectations on these systems.
Zhen Gu at Joint UNC/NC State Department of Biomedical Engineering gives an overview of the recent advances in protein nanogels for biomedical applications
In this feature article pH regulation in self-assembled materials is reviewed, presenting an exciting class of molecular imaging and therapeutic agents.
A nanosized drug delivery system is developed, which significantly inhibits tumor growth and metastasis formation of breast cancer when loaded with the drug paclitaxel.
Researchers have shown that surface modification with polymer brushes reduces fouling and adhesion of whole blood, blood plasma or blood cells.
Silver(I) metallogels with nanotube and nanofiber structures show strong antibiotic properties.
Its development from a monthly to a weekly publication reflects the growth of this research and the importance of Small in bringing it to the world.
A zwitterionic polynorbornen-modified surface facilitates growth and proliferation of model endothelial cells.
Lienkamp and coworkers propose polymer surfaces with antimicrobial and antifouling functionalities designed to fight biofilm formation in medical devices.
A review in Macromolecular Bioscience highlights the current uses and potential new development of polymeric therapies in the fight against HIV.