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  1. Titania nanotube-based protein delivery system to inhibit cranial bone regeneration in Crouzon model of craniosynostosis
  2. Engineered titanium implants for localized drug delivery: recent advances and perspectives of Titania nanotubes arrays
  3. Conversion of titania (TiO2) into conductive titanium (Ti) nanotube arrays for combined drug-delivery and electrical stimulation therapy
  4. Morphology-controlled MnO2–graphene oxide–diatomaceous earth 3-dimensional (3D) composites for high-performance supercapacitors
  5. Core-shell nanostructured hybrid composites for volatile organic compound detection
  6. Systematic in vitro nanotoxicity study on anodic alumina nanotubes with engineered aspect ratio: Understanding nanotoxicity by a nanomaterial model
  7. Engineered Therapeutic-Releasing Nanoporous Anodic Alumina-Aluminum Wires with Extended Release of Therapeutics
  8. Engineered graphene–nanoparticle aerogel composites for efficient removal of phosphate from water
  9. Periodically tailored titania nanotubes for enhanced drug loading and releasing performances
  10. MnO2 nanostructures with three-dimensional (3D) morphology replicated from diatoms for high-performance supercapacitors
  11. Nanoengineered drug releasing aluminium wire implants: a model study for localized bone therapy
  12. Selective adsorption of oil–water mixtures using polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS)–graphene sponges
  13. Graphene: a multipurpose material for protective coatings
  14. Nanoengineered drug-releasing aluminium wire implants: comparative investigation of nanopore geometry, drug release and osteoblast cell adhesion
  15. Outstanding adsorption performance of graphene–carbon nanotube aerogels for continuous oil removal
  16. Titania nanotube arrays for local drug delivery: recent advances and perspectives
  17. Solid self-emulsifying phospholipid suspension (SSEPS) with diatom as a drug carrier
  18. A green approach for the reduction of graphene oxide nanosheets using non-aromatic amino acids
  19. Characterization of impedance biosensing performance of single and nanopore arrays of anodic porous alumina fabricated by focused ion beam (FIB) milling
  20. Nanoporous Anodic Alumina Rugate Filters for Sensing of Ionic Mercury: Toward Environmental Point-of-Analysis Systems
  21. Silicon diatom frustules as nanostructured photoelectrodes
  22. Nanoporous Anodic Alumina Platforms: Engineered Surface Chemistry and Structure for Optical Sensing Applications
  23. Structurally engineered anodic alumina nanotubes as nano-carriers for delivery of anticancer therapeutics
  24. Radiofrequency-triggered release for on-demand delivery of therapeutics from titania nanotube drug-eluting implants
  25. Impedance nanopore biosensor: influence of pore dimensions on biosensing performance
  26. Non-eroding drug-releasing implants with ordered nanoporous and nanotubular structures: concepts for controlling drug release
  27. Influence of dimensions, inter-distance and crystallinity of titania nanotubes (TNTs) on their photocatalytic activity
  28. In situ monitored engineering of inverted nanoporous anodic alumina funnels: on the precise generation of 3D optical nanostructures
  29. Drug-releasing implants: current progress, challenges and perspectives
  30. Single-Molecule Imaging of Amyloid-β Protein (Aβ) of Alzheimer’s Disease
  31. Graphene and graphene oxide as new nanocarriers for drug delivery applications
  32. Ultrasensitive Nanoporous Interferometric Sensor for Label-Free Detection of Gold(III) Ions
  33. Synthesis of well-organised carbon nanotube membranes from non-degradable plastic bags with tuneable molecular transport: Towards nanotechnological recycling
  34. Optically Optimized Photoluminescent and Interferometric Biosensors Based on Nanoporous Anodic Alumina: A Comparison
  35. Polymeric Micelles for Multidrug Delivery and Combination Therapy
  36. Tailoring morphological and interfacial properties of diatom silica microparticles for drug delivery applications
  37. Nanoporous anodic aluminium oxide: Advances in surface engineering and emerging applications
  38. The Role of Diatom Nanostructures in Biasing Diffusion to Improve Uptake in a Patchy Nutrient Environment
  39. Nanoporous anodic aluminum oxide for chemical sensing and biosensors
  40. Tuning drug loading and release properties of diatom silica microparticles by surface modifications
  41. Ultrasound enhanced release of therapeutics from drug-releasing implants based on titania nanotube arrays
  42. Graphene oxide decorated diatom silica particles as new nano-hybrids: towards smart natural drug microcarriers
  43. Mesoporous silicon engineered by the reduction of biosilica from rice husk as a high-performance anode for lithium-ion batteries
  44. Focused Ion Beam (FIB) Technology for Micro- and Nanoscale Fabrications
  45. Characterization of drug-release kinetics in trabecular bone from titania nanotube implants
  46. The effects of surface functionality positioning on the transport properties of membranes
  47. Macromol. Biosci. 8/2012
  48. Polymer Micelles for Delayed Release of Therapeutics from Drug-Releasing Surfaces with Nanotubular Structures
  49. Porous silica microshells from diatoms as biocarrier for drug delivery applications
  50. Gold nanotube membranes have catalytic properties
  51. Label-free reflectometric interference microchip biosensor based on nanoporous alumina for detection of circulating tumour cells
  52. Functionalized diatom silica microparticles for removal of mercury ions
  53. Controlling interferometric properties of nanoporous anodic aluminium oxide
  54. A multi-drug delivery system with sequential release using titania nanotube arrays
  55. Magnetic-responsive delivery of drug-carriers using titania nanotube arrays
  56. Biocompatible polymer coating of titania nanotube arrays for improved drug elution and osteoblast adhesion
  57. Bioinspired Microchip Nanoporous Interferometric Sensor for Sensing and Biosensing Applications
  58. Chemical Functionalization of Diatom Silica Microparticles for Adsorption of Gold (III) Ions
  59. Reflective interferometric gas sensing using nanoporous anodic aluminium oxide (AAO)
  60. Versatile gradients of chemistry, bound ligands and nanoparticles on alumina nanopore arrays
  61. Silica microcapsules from diatoms as new carrier for delivery of therapeutics
  62. Carbon Nanotubes as an Advanced Drug and Gene Delivery Nanosystem
  63. Optical and electrochemical DNA nanobiosensors
  66. Raman spectroscopy probing of self-assembled monolayers inside the pores of gold nanotube membranes
  67. Polymeric micelles in porous and nanotubular implants as a new system for extended delivery of poorly soluble drugs
  68. Drug-eluting Ti wires with titania nanotube arrays for bone fixation and reduced bone infection
  69. A nanoporous interferometric micro-sensor for biomedical detection of volatile sulphur compounds
  70. Synthesis of Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Composite Membranes
  71. Nanopore Gradients on Porous Aluminum Oxide Generated by Nonuniform Anodization of Aluminum
  72. Dressing in Layers: Layering Surface Functionalities in Nanoporous Aluminum Oxide Membranes
  73. Engineering of new nanoscale materials from diatomaceous earth (DE)
  74. Controlling the surface functionalities of nanoporous alumina membranes
  75. Electrochemical synthesis of nickel hexacyanoferrate nanoarrays with dots, rods and nanotubes morphology using a porous alumina template
  76. Surface functionalisation of diatoms with dopamine modified iron-oxide nanoparticles: toward magnetically guided drug microcarriers with biologically derived morphologies
  77. Controlled drug release from porous materials by plasma polymer deposition
  78. Fabrication of self-supporting porous silicon membranes and tuning transport properties by surface functionalization
  79. Tailoring the surface functionalities of titania nanotube arrays
  80. Structural and chemical modification of porous alumina membranes
  81. Diatomaceous Lessons in Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials
  82. Porous Alumina with Shaped Pore Geometries and Complex Pore Architectures Fabricated by Cyclic Anodization
  83. Preparation of Porous Anodic Alumina with Periodically Perforated Pores
  84. A simple approach for synthesis of TiO2 nanotubes with through-hole morphology
  85. Pore opening detection for controlled dissolution of barrier oxide layer and fabrication of nanoporous alumina with through-hole morphology
  86. The Glass Menagerie: diatoms for novel applications in nanotechnology
  87. Ion-beam pore opening of porous anodic alumina: The formation of single nanopore and nanopore arrays
  88. Nanoporous anodic aluminium oxide membranes with layered surface chemistry
  89. Surface modification of nanoporous alumina membranes by plasma polymerization
  90. Microstructured surfaces engineered using biological templates: A facile approach for the fabrication of superhydrophobic surfaces
  91. The effects of the lengths and orientations of single-walled carbon nanotubes on the electrochemistry of nanotube-modified electrodes
  92. AFM Nanoindentations of Diatom Biosilica Surfaces
  93. Atomic force microscopy (AFM) characterisation of the porous silica nanostructure of two centric diatoms
  94. High resolution scanning tunnelling microscopy of the β-amyloid protein (Aβ1–40) of Alzheimer’s disease suggests a novel mechanism of oligomer assembly
  95. Pore Architecture of Diatom Frustules: Potential Nanostructured Membranes for Molecular and Particle Separations
  96. Controlled pore structure modification of diatoms by atomic layer deposition of TiO2
  97. Preparation and characterisation of an aligned carbon nanotube array on the silicon (100) surface
  98. Fabrication of gold nanostructures by templating from porous diatom frustules
  99. β-Amyloid fibril formation is promoted by step edges of highly oriented pyrolytic graphite
  100. The beta-amyloid peptide of Alzheimer's disease decreases adhesion of vascular smooth muscle cells to the basement membrane
  101. Fabrication of gold nanorod arrays by templating from porous alumina
  102. Ultrathin polytyramine films by electropolymerisation on highly doped p-type silicon electrodes
  103. Complex gold nanostructures derived by templating from diatom frustules
  104. Mapping of defects in self-assembled monolayers by polymer decoration
  105. Alzheimer's Disease Therapeutics: New Approaches to an Ageing Problem
  106. Scanning probe microscopy characterization of immobilized enzyme molecules on a biosensor surface: Visualisation of individual molecules
  107. Role of A β and the α 7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor in regulating synaptic plasticity in Alzheimer's disease
  108. β-Amyloid protein oligomers induced by metal ions and acid pH are distinct from those generated by slow spontaneous ageing at neutral pH
  109. Role of Aβ and the α7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor in regulating synaptic plasticity in Alzheimer's disease
  110. Protein Electrochemistry Using Aligned Carbon Nanotube Arrays
  111. Which Parameters Affect the Response of the Channel Biosensor?
  112. Parameters Important in Fabricating Enzyme Electrodes Using Self-Assembled Monolayers of Alkanethiols.