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The most downloaded articles from ScienceDirect in the last 90 days.

1. Nanoparticle-based drug delivery systems for cancer therapy

Yu Dang | Jianjun Guan

Nanoparticle-based drug delivery system (DDS) is considered promising for cancer treatment. Compared with traditional DDS, the nanoparticle-based DDS shows improved efficacy by: 1) increasing half-life...

2. Smartphone-based square wave voltammetry system with screen-printed graphene electrodes for norepinephrine detection

Daizong Ji | Zhouyuanjing Shi | Zixiang Liu | Sze Shin Low | Jingwen Zhu | Tingkai Zhang | Zetao Chen | Xiongjie Yu | Yanli Lu | Di Lu | Qingjun Liu

In recent years, researchers have begun to develop smartphone-based electrochemical system to support healthcare services. These systems are always combined with screen-printed electrodes to perform...

3. Biomimetic nanoparticles as universal influenza vaccine

Fengyuan Wang | Guopu Chen | Yuanjin Zhao

Pandemic virus infections pose a major public health threat globally. Much efforts have been devoted to suppress the virus, including vaccine prevention, autoimmunity enhancement, and anti-virus drugs...

4. Inorganic nano-carriers based smart drug delivery systems for tumor therapy

Zhaoqing Shi | Yun Zhou | Taojian Fan | Yaoxin Lin | Han Zhang | Lin Mei

Tumor is a severe disease that affects human health. In addition to surgical treatment and radiotherapy, applying therapeutic agents that can kill the tumor directly or regulate immune systems is one...

5. Intramolecular motion-associated biomaterials for image-guided cancer surgery

Chao Chen | Youhong Tang | Dan Ding

Intramolecular motion-associated biomaterials (iMAB) are developing rapidly in the field of image-guided cancer surgery by virtue of their easily regulated photophysical property. Through manipulating...

6. Biomaterial surface modification for underwater adhesion

Yue Hou | Xu Deng | Chaoming Xie

Biomaterial surfaces tend to adhere only under dry conditions, preventing them from being used in underwater environments such as body fluids. Therefore, biomaterial surfaces with underwater adhesion...

7. Spiky nanostructures for virus inhibition and infection prevention

Chuanxiong Nie | Lang Ma | Hongrong Luo | Jinku Bao | Chong Cheng

The outbreak of a novel highly infectious virus, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), has aroused people’s concern about public health. The lack of ready-to-use vaccines and...

8. Responsive principles and applications of smart materials in biosensing

Zhaoyang Guo | Haiyang Liu | Wubin Dai | Yifeng Lei

Biosensing is a rising analytical field for detection of biological indicators using transducing systems. Smart materials can response to external stimuli, and translate the stimuli from biological...

9. Recent progress in the development of portable high voltage source based on triboelectric nanogenerator

Xingling Wang | Xiangyu Chen | Mitsumasa Iwamoto

Triboelectric nanogenerators (TENGs), which can transfer surrounding environmental mechanical stimuli into electricity effectively, could be an ideal candidate as a sustainable power supply for electrical...

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