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Biomimetic electrospun nanofibrous structures for tissue engineering.
Biomimetic nanofibrous scaffolds mimicking important features of the native extracellular matrix provide a promising strategy to restore functions or achieve favorable responses for tissueExpand
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Multilayer polypeptide nanoscale coatings incorporating IL-12 for the prevention of biomedical device-associated infections.
Biomedical device-associated infection is one of the most common and problematic complications faced by millions of patients worldwide. The current antibiotic therapy strategies face challenges, theExpand
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Unique antimicrobial effects of platelet-rich plasma and its efficacy as a prophylaxis to prevent implant-associated spinal infection.
Platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) has attracted great attention and has been increasingly used for a variety of clinical applications including orthopedic surgeries, periodontal and oral surgeries,Expand
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Porous NiTi alloy prepared from elemental powder sintering
An elemental powder sintering (EPS) technique has been developed for the synthesis of porous NiTi alloy, in which Ni and Ti powders are used as the reactants and TiH2 powder is added as aExpand
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Nanomedicine as an emerging approach against intracellular pathogens
Diseases such as tuberculosis, hepatitis, and HIV/AIDS are caused by intracellular pathogens and are a major burden to the global medical community. Conventional treatments for these diseasesExpand
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Advances in CO2 capture technology: A patent review
Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are believed to be a major contributor to global warming. As a consequence, large anthropogenic CO2 sources worldwide will eventually be required to implement CO2Expand
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Kaempferol nanoparticles achieve strong and selective inhibition of ovarian cancer cell viability
Ovarian cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer death for women throughout the Western world. Kaempferol, a natural flavonoid, has shown promise in the chemoprevention of ovarian cancer. AExpand
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A recent development in producing porous Ni–Ti shape memory alloys
Abstract Porous Ni–Ti shape memory alloys (SMAs) are promising candidates for biomedical materials. In the present study, a bulk porous Ni–Ti SMA with a banded structure of channels and 54 vol.%Expand
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Bacteria antibiotic resistance: New challenges and opportunities for implant‐associated orthopedic infections
There has been a dramatic increase in the emergence of antibiotic‐resistant bacterial strains, which has made antibiotic choices for infection control increasingly limited and more expensive. In theExpand
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Myricetin inhibits proliferation of cisplatin-resistant cancer cells through a p53-dependent apoptotic pathway
Cisplatin is a commonly used drug for cancer treatment by crosslinking DNA, leading to apoptosis of cancer cells, resistance to cisplatin treatment often occurs, leading to relapse. Therefore, thereExpand
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