Going Beyond Compromises in Multifunctionality of Biomaterials
Flexible Piezoelectric Thin-Film Energy Harvesters and Nanosensors for Biomedical Applications
A Multifunctional Probe with Aggregation-Induced Emission Characteristics for Selective Fluorescence Imaging and Photodynamic Killing of Bacteria Over Mammalian Cells
Ultrastretchable and Flexible Copper Interconnect-Based Smart Patch for Adaptive Thermotherapy
Plasmon-Coupled Gold Nanospheres for Two-Photon Imaging and Photoantibacterial Activity
Radiofrequency Ablation of Drug-Resistant Cancer Cells Using Molecularly Targeted Carboxyl-Functionalized Biodegradable Graphene
Hydrogen-Bonded Multilayers of Tannic Acid as Mediators of T-Cell Immunity
Bacterial Attachment to Polymeric Materials Correlates with Molecular Flexibility and Hydrophilicity
Development of a Cellularly Degradable PEG Hydrogel to Promote Articular Cartilage Extracellular Matrix Deposition
Spatial Control of Cell Gene Expression by siRNA Gradients in Biodegradable Hydrogels
Tetracycline Nanoparticles as Antibacterial and Gene-Silencing Agents
Development of Functional Poly(amido amine) CXCR4 Antagonists with the Ability to Mobilize Leukocytes and Deliver Nucleic Acids
Laser 3D Printing with Sub-Microscale Resolution of Porous Elastomeric Scaffolds for Supporting Human Bone Stem Cells
Targeting and Microenvironment-Responsive Lipid Nanocarrier for the Enhancement of Tumor Cell Recognition and Therapeutic Efficiency
Light-Mediated Activation of siRNA Release in Diblock Copolymer Assemblies for Controlled Gene Silencing
γ-PGA-Coated Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles with Covalently Attached Prodrugs for Enhanced Cellular Uptake and Intracellular GSH-Responsive Release