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  1. 3D printing electronics in vitro and in vivo
  2. Drug/bioactive eluting chitosan composite foams for osteochondral tissue engineering
  3. Mg/Zn metal‐air primary batteries using silk fibroin‐ionic liquid polymer electrolytes
  4. Instructive electroactive electrospun silk fibroin-based biomaterials for peripheral nerve tissue engineering
  5. Li-Doped Bioactive Ceramics: Promising Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
  6. Extraction of High-Value Chemicals from Plants for Technical and Medical Applications
  7. Dbf4-Cdc7 (DDK) Inhibitor PHA-767491 Displays Potent Anti-Proliferative Effects via Crosstalk with the CDK2-RB-E2F Pathway
  8. Electrospun Antibacterial Composites for Cartilage Tissue Engineering
  9. Light-responsive biomaterials for ocular drug delivery
  10. Effects of Braid Angle and Material Modulus on the Negative Poisson’s Ratio of Braided Auxetic Yarns
  11. Light-responsive nanomaterials with pro-oxidant and anti-oxidant activity
  12. The Polymerization of Homogentisic Acid In Vitro as a Model for Pyomelanin Formation
  13. Atomistic Simulation of Water Incorporation and Mobility inBombyx moriSilk Fibroin
  14. Special issue:PAEKingahead into the 21st century
  15. Electrical Stimulation to Enhance Wound Healing
  16. A Non-Destructive, Tuneable Method to Isolate Live Cells for High-Speed AFM Analysis
  17. Electrically Conductive and 3D‐Printable Oxidized Alginate‐Gelatin Polypyrrole:PSS Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering
  18. Potential for Chemistry in Multidisciplinary, Interdisciplinary, and Transdisciplinary Teaching Activities in Higher Education
  19. Plant-Derived Oligomers for Health Applications
  20. Detection of CRISPR-Cas9-Mediated Mutations Using a Carbon Nanotube-Modified Electrochemical Genosensor
  21. An overview of the use of biomaterials, nanotechnology, and stem cells for detection and treatment of COVID-19: towards a framework to address future global pandemics
  22. Additive manufacturing of multielectrode arrays for biotechnological applications
  23. Smartphone-based colorimetric detection systems for glucose monitoring in the diagnosis and management of diabetes
  24. Design and fabrication of polycaprolactone/gelatin composite scaffolds for diaphragmatic muscle reconstruction
  25. Melanins as Sustainable Resources for Advanced Biotechnological Applications
  26. Modulation of Neuronal Cell Affinity on PEDOT–PSS Nonwoven Silk Scaffolds for Neural Tissue Engineering
  27. A Mini-Review of Shape-Memory Polymer-Based Materials : Stimuli-responsive shape-memory polymers
  28. Electroresponsive Silk-Based Biohybrid Composites for Electrochemically Controlled Growth Factor Delivery
  29. Wirelessly triggered bioactive molecule delivery from degradable electroactive polymer films
  30. Stimuli-Responsive Materials for Tissue Engineering and Drug Delivery
  31. Electroactive Silk Fibroin Films for Electrochemically Enhanced Delivery of Drugs
  32. Polysaccharide-based films for the prevention of unwanted postoperative adhesions at biological interfaces
  33. Prediction of Drug Loading in the Gelatin Matrix Using Computational Methods
  34. Bioactive silver phosphate/polyindole nanocomposites
  35. Optimizing Nanohydroxyapatite Nanocomposites for Bone Tissue Engineering
  36. Biocompatibility Investigation of Hybrid Organometallic Polymers for Sub-Micron 3D Printing via Laser Two-Photon Polymerisation
  37. In Situ Crosslinking Bionanocomposite Hydrogels with Potential for Wound Healing Applications
  38. Uptake and Release of Species from Carbohydrate Containing Organogels and Hydrogels
  39. 3D printing hybrid organometallic polymer‐based biomaterials via laser two‐photon polymerization
  40. Alginate/Chitosan Particle-Based Drug Delivery Systems for Pulmonary Applications
  41. Progress in Active Ingredient Formulations
  42. Formulation of Antimicrobial Tobramycin Loaded PLGA Nanoparticles via Complexation with AOT
  43. Effect of Morphology and Concentration on Crossover between Antioxidant and Pro-oxidant Activity of MgO Nanostructures
  44. Versatile biomimetic conductive polypyrrole films doped with hyaluronic acid of different molecular weights
  45. Dual stimuli-responsive polypyrrole nanoparticles for anticancer therapy
  46. Facile Photochemical Modification of Silk Protein–Based Biomaterials
  47. Electrically Conductive Polydopamine–Polypyrrole as High Performance Biomaterials for Cell Stimulation in Vitro and Electrical Signal Recording in Vivo
  48. Electrochemically Enhanced Drug Delivery Using Polypyrrole Films
  49. Biomaterial film to promote wound healing after burns.
  50. Effective sterilization and characterization of conductive polypyrrole biomaterials
  51. Non-stick coatings for catheters
  52. Surface engineering PVC
  53. Biodegradable fibrous membranes for skin repair
  54. Gene delivery with organic electronics
  55. Light-controlled drug delivery from a polymer-based hydrogel coating suitable for medical devices.
  56. Development of porous hydrogels for nerve regeneration.
  57. Methods of generating hydrogels with macroscopic pores.
  58. Biomineralization of Engineered Spider Silk Protein-Based Composite Materials
  59. Advances in Materials Based on Shape-Memory Polymers
  60. Microneedle arrays of light-responsive polymer hydrogels enable on-demand transdermal drug delivery
  61. Organic electronics for gene delivery
  62. Electrically conductive materials encourage the electrophysiological development of cardiac cells
  63. Conducting polymer-based multilayer films that direct cell alignment
  64. Advances in Functional Assemblies for Regenerative Medicine
  65. Micrometer scale grooves direct DRG neurite outgrowth.
  66. Use of urea-based sacrificial supracolloidal templates to impart pores to silk biomaterials.
  67. Subject index of a book on the topic of functional metallosupramolecular materials.
  68. Functional Metallosupramolecular Materials
  69. Electrical Stimulation of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells on Conductive Nanofibers Enhances their Differentiation toward Osteogenic Outcomes
  70. Toward organic electronic materials for electrically stimulated gene delivery
  71. Electrical stimulation of stem cells on conducting polymer biomaterials for bone tissue engineering
  72. 3D printing sacrificial templates for tissue scaffolds.
  73. alpha-tricalcium phosphate bone cement
  74. Conducting polymer-based materials for the electrical stimulation of Schwann cells
  75. hydrogels composed of oxime crosslinked poly(ethylene glycol), hyaluronic acid and collagen
  76. Printing conducting polymer biomaterials using multiphoton fabrication.
  77. Electroactive supramolecular polymers for drug delivery
  78. This is the preface of a book on the topic of functional metallosupramolecular materials.
  79. Contents of a book on the topic of functional metallosupramolecular materials.
  80. Cover of a book on the topic of functional metallosupramolecular materials.
  81. Electrical stimulation of stem cells on conducting polymer biomaterials for bone tissue engineering.
  82. EPR Spectroscopic analysis of Supramolecular Gel-Phase Materials
  83. Review on the topic of electrical stimuli on the central nervous system
  84. post-translational modifications of spider silk proteins
  85. Glycopolymer Functionalization of Engineered Spider Silk Protein-based Materials for Improved Cell Adhesion
  86. Biodegradable electroactive polymers for drug delivery
  87. ChemInform Abstract: Metallosupramolecular Grid Complexes: Towards Nanostructured Materials with High-Tech Applications
  88. Biomimetic conducting polymer-based tissue scaffolds
  89. Engineered Spider Silk Protein-Based Composites for Drug Delivery
  90. Metallosupramolecular grid complexes: towards nanostructured materials with high-tech applications
  91. Metal-directed assembly of supramolecular polymers
  92. Exploring molecular recognition pathways in one- and two-component gels formed by dendritic lysine-based gelators
  93. preparation and applications of silk-based composite materials
  94. A conserved spider silk domain acts as a molecular switch that controls fibre assembly
  95. The role of salt and shear on the storage and assembly of spider silk proteins
  96. Silk-inspired polymers and proteins
  97. Production and processing of spider silk proteins
  98. Synergistic effects on gene delivery – co-formulation of small disulfide-linked dendritic polycations with Lipofectamine 2000™
  99. Biomimetic Spinning of Recombinant Silk Proteins
  100. Polymeric materials based on silk proteins
  101. Exploring Molecular Recognition Pathways within a Family of Gelators with Different Hydrogen Bonding Motifs.
  102. effect of hydrogen bonding motif on peptide assembly
  103. Dendritic receptors designed to bind polyanions in both organic and aqueous media
  104. Dendrons with Spermine Surface Groups as Potential Building Blocks for Nonviral Vectors in Gene Therapy
  105. Cationic dendrimers for DNA binding
  106. Self-assembly using dendritic building blocks—towards controllable nanomaterials
  107. Controlling the materials properties and nanostructure of a single-component dendritic gel by adding a second component
  108. Aqueous Core/Polymer Shell Microcapsules by Internal Phase Separation
  109. Verspinnen Von Proteinfasern für Technische Anwendungen