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Interdisciplinary problems are increasingly important to researchers from all fields. Due to their multidisciplinary characteristics, such studies should be performed in …
Covering ~40% of the human body, skeletal muscle is a major organ, supporting critical functions ranging from movement and respiration, to metabolism and temperature regu…
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Pluripotent stem cells retain the ability to form all cell types in the human body. This provides the field with renewable forms of human tissue, from defined genetic bac…
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In cardiology and radiology, ultrasound contrast agents (UCAs) are routinely used to assess blood perfusion using contrast-enhanced ultrasound imaging. An example of an U…
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The prospect of generating organ and tissue replacements via tissue engineering holds great promise in regenerative medicine. However, integrating a functional microvascu…
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This Methods Collection will feature various strategies and methods developed by researchers to fabricate scaffolds using various biomaterials, bioactive components, and …
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Over-activation or deficient functionality of the immune system are both among the primary controllers of morbidity and mortality associated with various health condition…
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Injuries to the nervous system are one of the most challenging problems due to their intrinsically low regeneration capacity. Nerve tissue engineering strategies inc…
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Meniscus repair and regeneration remain unmet needs in the clinic. The meniscus is largely avascular and aneural, which gives rise to its limited self-healing capacity. I…
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Pollution problems in the environment and food frequently appear, among which the pollution of organic pollutants and heavy metals seriously threatens the safety of human…
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Nanotechnology is one of the most rapidly growing areas of material science research. There is a growing need to develop new methods and techniques that will result in si…
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Because of their more comprehensive applications in polymer technology and metallurgy, heat, mass, and momentum transfer in the laminar boundary layer flow on a stretchin…
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Exosomes, a class of extracellular vesicles (EVs) released by almost all types of cells and are essential mediators of cellular communication. Although they were discover…
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Lignocellulosic biomass plays a vital role in the global shift away from non-renewable petrochemical resources, with nanocellulose emerging as a promising class of sustai…
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Biomechanics and hemodynamics (biofluid dynamics) are essential in understanding vascular diseases, designing cardiovascular devices, and diagnosing and treating the diso…
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How to select a suitable drug delivery system is an essential topic in drug development. Usually, drug delivery system has the same importance as the active pharmaceutica…
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Liquid-phase transmission electron microscopy (LPTEM) is a powerful technique for in situ visualization and direct characterization of dynamic matter in the liquid state …
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The collection will feature innovative methodologies for producing biomaterials for the area of regeneration in bone tissue engineering, such as bioprinting and electrosp…
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Many soft or flexible materials exhibit attractive properties, including light weight, flexibility, portability, stretchability, biocompatibility, etc. Leveraging these f…
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In 2015, United Nations identified and adopted 17 specific goals to meet the requirement of sustainable development in 2030, including affordable and clean energy, sustai…
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The cutting-edge field of dermatology is garnering an increasing amount of interest from both the pharmaceutical industries and the scientific community. Nanomedicine enc…
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Nanomaterials have become a popular research trend in medicine, testing, and therapy. For drugs, scientists have found that nanomaterials are better absorbed by the small…
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In the past decades, several microfluidic technologies have been developed to produce, manipulate and characterize monodisperse droplets, bubbles, and nano/micro-particle…
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Mammary gland biology is heavily influenced by immune cells at every stage of development, funct…
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Nanopore, at present, has become a popular term for researchers and other specialists due to its broad applications in many fields. The smaller diameter is, the more appl…
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Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is an established therapy for Parkinson’s Disease, essential tremor, dystonia, and epilepsy. DBS has more recently been tested in the c…
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Microfluidics was born with numerous valuable capabilities: the ability to use micro to femtoliters of samples and reagents and to conduct reactions or analyses in a high…
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Aerogels represent an excellent alternative to classical cellular materials due to their nanometric pores, high porosity, low density, and huge specific surface areas, wh…
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With the growing importance of the biopharmaceutical drugs including such modalities as vaccines, enzymes, peptides and antibodies, there is an increased need for faster,…
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Nanofibers with small diameter, high flexibility, tunable pore size, large surface area to volume ratio, and customizable physicochemical properties have been extensively…
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The plant–mycorrhizal fungal networks are one of the most common mutualistic symbiotic networks, which play an essential role in driving biodiversity maintenance an…
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The complexity of the human brain and central nervous system poses significant challenges for neurological drug development. Major advanced human cell-based platforms, re…
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