Investigating EV production and purification methods by mimicking the natural release process of EVs in blood capillaries with a bioinspired mechanical microfluidic method.
Macrophages may be a novel cell target for regenerative medicine efforts where vasculature is often vital to success.
Tissue Engineering with Nanoreinforced Hydrogels for the Uprise of Cyboorganics, Bionics and Biorobotics
Incorporation of nanomaterials within hydrogels has great potential, as a simple approach, to generate multifunctional scaffolds with unprecedent biological, mechanical, and electrical properties.
Co3O4 is emerging as favorable candidate for application in pseudocapacitors due to its low cost, super-high theoretical capacitance (3560 F/g), and great reversibility. Now, even more with substantially enhanced specific capacitance and cycling stability achieved by surface modification.
Red blood cell (RBC)-based delivery systems are emerging as natural biocarriers in a wide range of clinical applications, including blood detoxification.
Liposomal formulations of two novel nicotinylated amphiphiles for targeting potent chemotherapeutics to mouse glioblastoma.
“STINGing” Liposomal Delivery for Cancer Immunotherapy
Researchers from the Qin lab have developed a microfluidic cell deformation delivery method that uses physical constriction to deform and shear cells for delivery.
A research team from KAIST, Korea has successfully fabricated nanometer scaled DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) structures.
An international collaboration has built THz photon sensors that operate over the 0.3-0.65 THz range, at low temperatures, with excellent signal to noise ratio values.