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ISSN: 2452-199X
CN: 10-1775/Q
p-ISSN: 2097-1192

An overview of filtration efficiency through the masks: Mechanisms of the aerosols penetration

The masks have always been mentioned as an effective tool against environmental threats. They are considered as protective equipment to preserve the respiratory system against the non-desirable air...

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Photo-curing 3D printing technique and its challenges

In recent ten years, 3D printing technology has been developed rapidly. As an advanced technology, 3D printing has been used to fabricate complex and high-precision objects in many fields. 3D printing...

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A multi-axis robot-based bioprinting system supporting natural cell function preservation and cardiac tissue fabrication

Despite the recent advances in artificial tissue and organ engineering, how to generate large size viable and functional complex organs still remains as a grand challenge for regenerative medicine....

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Bone grafts and biomaterials substitutes for bone defect repair: A review

Bone grafts have been predominated used to treat bone defects, delayed union or non-union, and spinal fusion in orthopaedic clinically for a period of time, despite the emergency of synthetic bone graft...

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Decellularized extracellular matrix scaffolds: Recent trends and emerging strategies in tissue engineering

The application of scaffolding materials is believed to hold enormous potential for tissue regeneration. Despite the widespread application and rapid advance of several tissue-engineered scaffolds such...

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Multi-crosslinking hydrogels with robust bio-adhesion and pro-coagulant activity for first-aid hemostasis and infected wound healing

Bio-adhesive polysaccharide-based hydrogels have attracted much attention in first-aid hemostasis and wound healing for excellent biocompatibility, antibacterial property and pro-healing bioactivity....

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Antibacterial metals and alloys for potential biomedical implants

Metals and alloys, including stainless steel, titanium and its alloys, cobalt alloys, and other metals and alloys have been widely used clinically as implant materials, but implant-related infection...

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Therapeutic strategies of three-dimensional stem cell spheroids and organoids for tissue repair and regeneration

Three-dimensional (3D) stem cell culture systems have attracted considerable attention as a way to better mimic the complex interactions between individual cells and the extracellular matrix (ECM) that...

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Mussel-inspired adhesive antioxidant antibacterial hemostatic composite hydrogel wound dressing via photo-polymerization for infected skin wound healing

With the increasing prevalence of drug-resistant bacterial infections and the slow healing of chronically infected wounds, the development of new antibacterial and accelerated wound healing dressings...

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3D bioactive composite scaffolds for bone tissue engineering

Bone is the second most commonly transplanted tissue worldwide, with over four million operations using bone grafts or bone substitute materials annually to treat bone defects. However, significant...

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The application of nanoparticles in cancer immunotherapy: Targeting tumor microenvironment

The tumor development and metastasis are closely related to the structure and function of the tumor microenvironment (TME). Recently, TME modulation strategies have attracted much attention in cancer...

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Biobased polyurethanes for biomedical applications

Polyurethanes (PUs) are a major family of polymers displaying a wide spectrum of physico-chemical, mechanical and structural properties for a large range of fields. They have shown suitable for biomedical...

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Polydopamine-mediated graphene oxide and nanohydroxyapatite-incorporated conductive scaffold with an immunomodulatory ability accelerates periodontal bone regeneration in diabetes

Regenerating periodontal bone tissues in the aggravated inflammatory periodontal microenvironment under diabetic conditions is a great challenge. Here, a polydopamine-mediated graphene oxide (PGO) and...

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3D printing of bone tissue engineering scaffolds

Tissue engineering is promising in realizing successful treatments of human body tissue loss that current methods cannot treat well or achieve satisfactory clinical outcomes. In scaffold-based bone...

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Advanced hydrogels for the repair of cartilage defects and regeneration

Cartilage defects are one of the most common symptoms of osteoarthritis (OA), a degenerative disease that affects millions of people world-wide and places a significant socio-economic burden on society....

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Keratin - Based materials for biomedical applications

Keratin constitutes the major component of the feather, hair, hooves, horns, and wool represents a group of biological material having high cysteine content (7–13%) as compared to other structural proteins....

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Peptide-based nanomaterials: Self-assembly, properties and applications

Peptide-based materials that have diverse structures and functionalities are an important type of biomaterials. In former times, peptide-based nanomaterials with excellent stability were constructed...

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Defect self-assembly of metal-organic framework triggers ferroptosis to overcome resistance

The emergence of multidrug treatment resistance presents a hurdle for the successful chemotherapy of tumours. Ferroptosis, resulting from the iron-dependent accumulation of lipid peroxides, has the...

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Additively manufactured metallic biomaterials

Metal additive manufacturing (AM) has led to an evolution in the design and fabrication of hard tissue substitutes, enabling personalized implants to address each patient's specific needs. In addition,...

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The horizon of bone organoid: A perspective on construction and application

Bone defects repair and regeneration by various causes such as tumor resection, trauma, degeneration, etc. have always been a key issue in the clinics. As one of the few organs that can regenerate after...

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Bioceramic-based scaffolds with antibacterial function for bone tissue engineering: A review

Bone defects caused by trauma, tumor, congenital abnormality and osteoarthritis, etc. have been substantially impacted the lives and health of human. Artificial bone implants, like bioceramic-based...

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Biological and bioinspired materials: Structure leading to functional and mechanical performance

Nature has achieved materials with properties and mechanisms that go far beyond the current know-how of the engineering-materials industry. The remarkable efficiency of biological materials, such as...

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Glucose and MMP-9 dual-responsive hydrogel with temperature sensitive self-adaptive shape and controlled drug release accelerates diabetic wound healing

Chronic diabetic wounds are an important healthcare challenge. High concentration glucose, high level of matrix metalloproteinase-9 (MMP-9), and long-term inflammation constitute the special wound environment...

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Additively manufactured pure zinc porous scaffolds for critical-sized bone defects of rabbit femur

Additive manufacturing has received attention for the fabrication of medical implants that have customized and complicated structures. Biodegradable Zn metals are revolutionary materials for orthopedic...

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Construction of multifunctional hydrogel based on the tannic acid-metal coating decorated MoS2 dual nanozyme for bacteria-infected wound healing

Bacterial infection, tissue hypoxia and inflammatory response can hinder the infected wound repair process. To mitigate the above issues, tannic acid-chelated Fe-decorated molybdenum disulfide nanosheets...

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