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Nonanimal Euglena gracilis‐Derived Extracellular Vesicles Enhance Skin‐Regenerative Wound Healing (Adv. Mater. Interfaces 4/2023)

Skin Regeneration Technology In article number 2202255, Kyung-Min Lim, Junoh Kim, Jin Woong Kim, and colleagues report a skin regeneration technology by taking advantage of Euglena gracilis (EG)-derived extracellular microvesicles (EMV EG ). They show that the EMV EG system enables the design of new types of extracellular vesicles that are...

Bioinspired Superwettable Catheters with Tunable Structural Color for Efficient Drug Release Monitoring

The bioinspired catheter could not only report the variation of the drug release process via slippery liquid-infused porous surface phenomenon obviously but also quantitatively feedback the drug release process through visually structural color variations. And it also shows good antibacterial property which might useful for biomedical applications....

Biointerface Coatings With Structural and Biochemical Properties Modifications of Biomaterials

This article is a review of biointerface coatings including discussions from structural and biochemical perspectives to provide a future development of an advanced biointerface coating with combinatorial and complementary properties from the discussed disciplines. Abstract Designing a successful biological interface for a biomaterial requires...

Revealing the Superior Electrocatalytic Performance of 2D Monolayer WSe2 Transition Metal Dichalcogenide for Efficient H2 Evolution Reaction

H2 evolution reaction (HER) requires an effective electrocatalyst to reduce the reaction barriers for the efficient production of H2. 2D monolayer WSe2 TMD is a promising alternative to the platinum group metal-based electrocatalyst. Abstract H2 evolution reaction (HER) requires an electrocatalyst to reduce the reaction barriers for the efficient...

Electric Field Driven Reversible Spinodal Dewetting of Thin Liquid Films on Slippery Surfaces

Conventionally, spinodal dewetting is governed solely by long-range forces, hence limited to only a few nanometer thin films. This study shows that even 500 nm thick films can be destabilized with an external electric field via spinodal dewetting. The dewetted droplets rewet to return to the original configuration (uniform film) upon removing the electric...

High Efficiency Antibacterial, Moisture Permeable, and Low Temperature Comfortable Janus Nanofiber Membranes for High Performance Air Filters and Respiration Monitoring Sensors

The multifunctional poly(vinyl alcohol-co-ethylene) nanofiber, Ag particle, and polypropylene (PP) nonwoven composite (NF@Ag) air filters prepared by a spray coating method followed by UV irradiation treatment. The obtained NF@Ag air filters have excellent filtration performance, moisture permeability, antibacterial properties, photothermal and insulation...

Deposition‐Type Lithium Metal All‐Solid‐State Batteries: About the Importance of Stack‐Pressure Control and the Benefits of Hot Pressing during Initial Cycling

For all-solid-state batteries with carbon nanoparticle-based deposition-type anode, the discharge capacity can be significantly increased by either active stack pressure control or by hot pressing of binder-containing anode and separator. High discharge capacities exceeding 190 mAh g−1 are achieved at room temperature without using any expensive elements...

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Ligand‐Binding Mediated Gradual Ionic Transport in Nanopores

The possibility of using Ca2+ ion concentration-dependent ligand-binding strategy to control the transport of both anions and cations simultaneously and gradually in multipore mesoporous films, is shown. At high pH, the transport of anions (purple) and cations (green) is finely tuned by changing the amount of Ca2+ ions absorbed in silica mesopores (grey)...

Biomaterial‐Based Defenders Boost Biopharmaceuticals Efficacy for Spinal Cord Injury Treatment: A Review

Although various types of biopharmaceuticals have presented multidimensional therapeutic effects in spinal cord injury (SCI), the rigorous microenvironment after SCI impedes their capacity. Biomaterial-based defenders (BBDs) are designed to protect biopharmaceuticals passively or actively to reduce their inactivation and loss. Herein, this review summarizes...

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