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  1. Biological club in mantis shrimp has flexible design
  2. Bone mineral properties and 3D orientation of human lamellar bone around cement lines and the Haversian system
  3. Additive manufacturing of porous biominerals
  4. Efficient Wet Adhesion through Mussel‐Inspired Proto‐Coacervates
  5. An efficient algorithm for integration of area detector data is presented
  6. Yogurt Benefits Bone Mineralization in Ovariectomized Rats with Concomitant Modulation of the Gut Microbiome
  7. Catalytic Disconnection of C–O Bonds in Epoxy Resins and Composites
  8. Bone hierarchical structure: spatial variation across length scales
  9. Opportunities for biomineralization research using multiscale computed X-ray tomography as exemplified by bone imaging
  10. Local Release of Strontium from Sputter-Deposited Coatings at Implants Increases the Strontium-to-Calcium Ratio in Peri-implant Bone
  11. Self-forming double-crosslinked hydrogels by the marriage of catechols and enzyme mimetic polymers
  12. From bench scale to pilot plant: A 150x scaled-up configuration of a microwave-driven structured reactor for methane dehydroaromatization
  13. Intact archeological human bones and age at death studied with transmission x‐ray diffraction and small angle x‐ray scattering
  14. Dual‐Responsive Material Based on Catechol‐Modified Self‐Immolative Poly(Disulfide) Backbones
  15. Dual‐Responsive Material Based on Catechol‐Modified Self‐Immolative Poly(Disulfide) Backbones
  16. Comment on Quantitative Evaluation of Osteocyte Morphology and Bone Anisotropic Extracellular Matrix in Rat Femur
  17. In situ loading and x-ray diffraction quantification of strains in hydroxyapatite particles within a 3D printed scaffold
  18. Nanobeam X-ray fluorescence and diffraction computed tomography on human bone with a resolution better than 120 nm
  19. Genetic Ablation of Osteopontin in Osteomalacic Hyp Mice Partially Rescues the Deficient Mineralization Without Correcting Hypophosphatemia
  20. Remotely Triggered Liquefaction of Hydrogel Materials
  21. Mapping the 3D orientation of nanocrystals and nanostructures in human bone: Indications of novel structural features
  22. Vase-like β-Polymorph Guanine Crystal Aggregates Formed at the Air–Water Interface
  23. Mussel inspired self-healing materials: Coordination chemistry of polyphenols
  24. Stimuli-responsive degrafting of polymer brushes via addressable catecholato-metal attachments
  25. Editorial: Catechol and Polyphenol Chemistry for Smart Polymers
  26. Bone Biomineral Properties Vary across Human Osteonal Bone
  27. The osteocyte lacuno-canalicular network in bone investigated by synchrotron radiation-based techniques
  28. No Signature of Osteocytic Osteolysis in Cortical Bone from Lactating NMRI Mice
  29. Canalicular Junctions in the Osteocyte Lacuno-Canalicular Network of Cortical Bone
  30. Oxidation controlled lift-off of 3D chiral plasmonic Au nano-hooks
  31. Bioinspired Metal–Polyphenol Materials: Self-Healing and Beyond
  32. Precision lattice parameter determination from transmission diffraction of thick specimens with irregular cross sections
  33. Co-incorporation of alkali metal ions during amorphous calcium carbonate precipitation and their stabilizing effect
  34. Influence of Metal Ions on the Melting Temperature, Modulus, and Gelation Time of Gelatin Gels: Specific Ion Effects on Hydrogel Properties
  35. Alkali Counterions Impact Crystallization Kinetics of Apatite Nanocrystals from Amorphous Calcium Phosphate in Water at High pH
  36. X-ray Linear Dichroism in Apatite
  37. The pattern of human bone dissolution-A histological study of Iron Age warriors from a Danish wetland site
  38. Precipitation of Inorganic Phases through a Photoinduced pH Jump: From Vaterite Spheroids and Shells to ZnO Flakes and Hexagonal Plates
  39. Pyrophosphate-Inhibition of Apatite Formation Studied by In Situ X-Ray Diffraction
  40. Mussel-Inspired Self-Healing Double-Cross-Linked Hydrogels by Controlled Combination of Metal Coordination and Covalent Cross-Linking
  41. Bioinspired Ultratough Hydrogel with Fast Recovery, Self-Healing, Injectability and Cytocompatibility
  42. Mimicking mussel mechanics
  43. Uncovering Nature's Design Strategies through Parametric Modeling, Multi-Material 3D Printing, and Mechanical Testing
  44. Concurrent determination of nanocrystal shape and amorphous phases in complex materials by diffraction scattering computed tomography
  45. Calcium-Phosphate-Osteopontin Particles Reduce Biofilm Formation and pH Drops in in situ Grown Dental Biofilms
  46. Osteopontin Stabilizes Metastable States Prior to Nucleation during Apatite Formation
  47. Immobilization and long-term recovery results in large changes in bone structure and strength but no corresponding alterations of osteocyte lacunar properties
  48. Osteocyte lacunar properties and cortical microstructure in human iliac crest as a function of age and sex
  49. Apatite Formation from Amorphous Calcium Phosphate and Mixed Amorphous Calcium Phosphate/Amorphous Calcium Carbonate
  50. Organ and tissue level properties are more sensitive to age than osteocyte lacunar characteristics in rat cortical bone
  51. Environmentally benign fabrication of calcium hydroxyapatite using seashells collected in Baltic Sea countries: A comparative study
  52. Internal structure of sponge glass fiber revealed by ptychographic nanotomography
  53. Calcium-phosphate-osteopontin particles for caries control
  54. Diffraction tomography and Rietveld refinement of a hydroxyapatite bone phantom
  55. Pore Structures in the Biomineralized Byssus of Anomia simplex
  56. Morphology-preserving transformation of minerals mediated by a temperature-responsive polymer membrane: calcite to hydroxyapatite
  57. MultiRef: software platform for Rietveld refinement of multiple powder diffractograms fromin situ, scanning or diffraction tomography experiments
  58. Mussel-Inspired Materials: Self-Healing through Coordination Chemistry
  59. Nanostructure and mechanical properties of the osteocyte lacunar-canalicular network-associated bone matrix revealed by quantitative nanomechanical mapping
  60. Osteocyte lacunar properties in rat cortical bone: Differences between lamellar and central bone
  61. Structural Evolution of Aqueous Zirconium Acetate by Time-Resolved Small-Angle X-ray Scattering and Rheology
  62. Smaller Calcite Lattice Deformation Caused by Occluded Organic Material in Coccoliths than in Mollusk Shell
  63. Calcite nucleation on the surface of PNIPAM–PAAc micelles studied by time resolved in situ PXRD
  64. Diffraction scattering computed tomography: a window into the structures of complex nanomaterials
  65. Transparent Aggregates of Nanocrystalline Hydroxyapatite
  66. Hierarchical Tubular Structures Grown from the Gel/Liquid Interface
  67. Diffraction computed tomography reveals the inner structure of complex biominerals
  68. Lattice macro and microstrain fluctuations in the calcified byssus of Anomia simplex
  69. Osteopontin Reduces Biofilm Formation in a Multi-Species Model of Dental Biofilm
  70. Gels and threads: mussel-inspired one-pot route to advanced responsive materials
  71. Metals & polymers in the mix: fine-tuning the mechanical properties & color of self-healing mussel-inspired hydrogels
  72. Spatial Organization of Hydroxyapatite Nanorods on a Substrate via a Biomimetic Approach
  73. Three-dimensional distribution of polymorphs and magnesium in a calcified underwater attachment system by diffraction tomography
  74. Self-Healing Mussel-Inspired Multi-pH-Responsive Hydrogels
  75. Cimetidine, C10H16N6S, form C: crystal structure and modelling of polytypes using the superspace approach
  76. A comprehensive study of the crystallization mechanism involved in the nonaqueous formation of tungstite
  77. Calcified Cartilage Islands in Rat Cortical Bone
  78. The Mineralized Byssus of Anomia Simplex: a Calcified Attachment System
  79. Influence of poly(acrylic acid) on apatite formation studied byin situX-ray diffraction using an X-ray scattering reaction cell with high-precision temperature control
  80. Osteopontin Reduces Biofilm Formation in a Multi-Species Model of Dental Biofilm
  81. Singlet Oxygen’s Response to Protein Dynamics
  82. pH-induced metal-ligand cross-links inspired by mussel yield self-healing polymer networks with near-covalent elastic moduli
  83. Strontium Is Incorporated into the Fracture Callus but Does Not Influence the Mechanical Strength of Healing Rat Fractures
  84. Anisotropic Crystal Growth Kinetics of Anatase TiO2 Nanoparticles Synthesized in a Nonaqueous Medium
  85. Continuous flow supercritical water synthesis and crystallographic characterization of anisotropic boehmite nanoparticles
  86. Heavy Metals in the Jaws of Invertebrates
  87. Strontium and Bone Nanostructure in Normal and Ovariectomized Rats Investigated by Scanning Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering
  88. Cd Substitution in MxZn4−-xSb3: Effect on Thermal Stability, Crystal Structure, Phase Transitions, and Thermoelectric Performance
  89. Modification of bone-like apatite nanoparticle size and growth kinetics by alizarin red S
  90. Protein cage nanoparticles as secondary building units for the synthesis of 3-dimensional coordination polymers
  91. Architecture of the Biomineralized Byssus of the Saddle Oyster ( Anomia sp.)
  92. Size-Dependent Accumulation of PEGylated Silane-Coated Magnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles in Murine Tumors
  93. ChemInform Abstract: Irregularities in the Effects of Potassium Phosphate in Ynamide Synthesis.
  94. ChemInform Abstract: Fast Preparation and Characterization of Quaternary Thermoelectric Clathrates.
  95. Microstructural and Biochemical Characterization of the Nanoporous Sucker Rings fromDosidicus gigas
  96. Nanostructured Materials: Microstructural and Biochemical Characterization of the Nanoporous Sucker Rings fromDosidicus gigas(Adv. Mater. 4/2009)
  97. Hierarchical Design and Nanomechanics of the Calcified Byssus of Anomia simplex
  98. Sucker Rings from the Humboldt Squid Dosidicus gigas: The Role of Nanotubule Architecture on the Mechanical Properties
  99. The effect of Mg doping on the thermoelectric performance of Zn4Sb3
  100. Fast Preparation and Characterization of Quarternary Thermoelectric Clathrates
  101. Irregularities in the Effect of Potassium Phosphate in Ynamide Synthesis
  102. Pulsed DC magnetron sputtered Al2O3 films and their hardness
  103. Temporal Assembly of Collagen Type II Studied by Atomic Force Microscopy
  104. Hg0.04Zn3.96Sb3: Synthesis, Crystal Structure, Phase Transition, and Thermoelectric Properties
  105. Neutron diffraction investigation of the temperature dependence of crystal structure and thermal motions of red HgI2
  106. Corrigendum to “Nanostructure of the neurocentral growth plate: Insight from scanning small angle X-ray scattering, atomic force microscopy and scanning electron microscopy” [Bone 39 (2006) 530–541]
  107. The effect of Mg doping on the thermoelectric performance of Zn<inf>4</inf>Sb<inf>3</inf>
  108. In Situ High-Energy Synchrotron Radiation Study of Sol–Gel Nanoparticle Formation in Supercritical Fluids
  109. In Situ High-Energy Synchrotron Radiation Study of Sol–Gel Nanoparticle Formation in Supercritical Fluids
  110. Influence of sample compaction on the thermoelectric performance of Zn4Sb3
  111. Nanostructure of the neurocentral growth plate: Insight from scanning small angle X-ray scattering, atomic force microscopy and scanning electron microscopy
  112. The Room-Temperature Superstructure of ZrP2O7 Is Orthorhombic: There Are no Unusual 180° P—O—P Bond Angles.
  113. Halogenated Veneers: Protein Cross-Linking and Halogenation in the Jaws of Nereis, a Marine Polychaete Worm
  114. The Room-Temperature Superstructure of ZrP2O7 Is Orthorhombic:  There Are No Unusual 180° P−O−P Bond Angles
  115. Bis[4-(salicylideneamino)phenyl]methane
  116. Time Induced Changes in Phase Transition Behavior and Stability of Zn4Sb3
  117. High Temperature stability of thermoelectric Zn4Sb3
  118. Sacrificial bonds and hidden length dissipate energy as mineralized fibrils separate during bone fracture
  119. Distribution and Role of Trace Transition Metals in Glycera Worm Jaws Studied with Synchrotron Microbeam Techniques
  120. Ag/AgCl-Loaded Ordered Mesoporous Anatase for Photocatalysis
  121. Stacking disorder: the hexagonal polymorph of tris(bicyclo[2.1.1]hexeno)benzene and related examples
  122. Stacking disorder: the hexagonal polymorph of tris(bicyclo[2.1.1]hexeno)benzene and related examples
  123. The Jaws ofNereis: Microstructure and Mechanical Properties
  124. Influence of the degradation of the organic matrix on the microscopic fracture behavior of trabecular bone
  125. Micrometer-Sized Spherical Assemblies of Polypeptides and Small Molecules by Acid-Base Chemistry
  126. Micrometer-Sized Spherical Assemblies of Polypeptides and Small Molecules by Acid-Base Chemistry
  127. The charge density of urea from synchrotron diffraction data
  128. Chemical Heterogeneity of a Crystal Built of Nanoscale Coherently Twinned Yb2−x(Fe,Ga)17+2x Polytypes
  129. Scavenging and Reclaiming Phosphines Associated with Group 10 Metal-Mediated Couplings
  130. Molecular Dynamics Study of Tryptophylglycine:  A Dipeptide Nanotube with Confined Water
  131. Self-Assembling Microspheres from Charged Functional Polyelectrolytes and Small-Molecule Counterions
  132. Magnetic phase diagram of Eu 4 Ga 8 Ge 16 by magnetic susceptibility, heat capacity, and Mössbauer measurements
  133. Structural, Photophysical and Chiro‐Optical Properties of Lanthanide Complexes with a Bis(benzimidazole)pyridine‐Based Chiral Ligand
  134. The Yellow Polymorphs of Mercuric Iodide (HgI2).
  135. Zinc and mechanical prowess in the jaws of Nereis , a marine worm
  136. Spontaneous Formation of Nanoparticle Vesicles from Homopolymer Polyelectrolytes
  137. The commensurate composite σ-structure of β-tantalum
  138. The Yellow Polymorphs of Mercuric Iodide (HgI2)
  139. Polymorphism and stacking disorder in tris(bicyclo[2.1.1]hexeno)benzene
  140. Urotropin azelate: a rather unwilling co-crystal
  141. Assembly of CdSe/CdS Quantum Dots on Au Surfaces for Photoreception
  142. Self-assembly of CdSe/CdS quantum dots by hydrogen bonding on Au surfaces for photoreception
  143. The structure of orange HgI2. I. Polytypic layer structure
  144. A fully extended tetrapeptide consisting of natural amino acidsElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: details of the crystallographic work, ab initio calculations (including coordinates) and data base searches. See
  145. Observation of Uniaxial Negative Thermal Expansion in an Organic Crystal We thank the staff of the Swiss–Norwegian Beam Line for their kind assistance and the Swiss National Science Foundation for financial support. H.B. thanks the Danish Research Agen...
  146. Magnetic Structure and Thermal Expansion of Eu4Ga8Ge16
  147. N-Z-Pro–D-Leu using synchrotron radiation data from a very small crystal
  148. Reduction of Dioxygen by a Dimanganese Unit Bonded Inside a Cavity Provided by a Pyrrole-Based Dinucleating Ligand
  149. Anharmonicity in anisotropic displacement parameters
  150. Polymeric aqua(glutarato)(hydrogen glutarato)lanthanum(III) monohydrate
  151. Phase-transition-induced twinning in the 1:1 adduct of hexamethylenetetramine and azelaic acid
  152. Synthesis of trans-[Mo(O)(F)(dppe)2](BF4), trans-[Mo(O)(OH)(dppe)2](ClO4), and trans-[Mo(O)2(dppe)2]·2L (L = H2O, CH3OH, CH3CH2...