This month’s Advanced Healthcare Materials papers you have downloaded and read the most.
Biodegradability and biocompatibility studies show minimal cytotoxicity, particularly for covalently functionalized MoS2 nanosheets.
Red blood cells can be opened and resealed without affecting their functional characteristics, allowing scientists new opportunities in therapeutics and diagnostics.
Upconversion nanoparticle-based micelles for neuroendocrine tumor theranostics.
Beijing-based researchers design an electronic (E-skin) based on silk fibroin for wearable pressure sensor applications.
A bright future ahead for bioimaging and optoelectronics, as researchers demonstrate enhanced stability of perovskite nanocrystals by incorporation into polymer matrix microhemispheres.
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Liposomal formulations of two novel nicotinylated amphiphiles for targeting potent chemotherapeutics to mouse glioblastoma.
Cytometry Part A and Cytometry Part B: Clinical Cytometry combine forces to publish the first Joint Special Issue on Mass Cytometry (MC).