Biomedical Applications of Smart Materials

Volume 57

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: Ryo Yoshida

Abstract: We have developed polymer and gels with an autonomous self-oscillating function by utilizing the Belousov-Zhabotinsky (BZ) reaction. Under...

Authors: Kazuhiko Ishihara, Kazuki Nishizawa, Yusuke Goto, Madoka Takai

Abstract: The phospholipid molecule is one of the typical components of the cell membrane. In particular, the phosphorylcholine polar group is an...

Authors: Takashi Miyata

Abstract: We have prepared a variety of biomolecule-responsive hydrogels by using biomolecular complexes as reversible crosslinking points. This...

Authors: C. Christophy, N. Rashid, Lucy DiSilvio, Karen A. Hing

Abstract: The success or failure of a bioactive ceramic implant material in the body depends on a complex interaction between a synthetic foreign...

Authors: Beatrice Cioni, Andrea Lazzeri, Giuseppe Gallone, Giovanni Levita

Abstract: Hydroxyapatite (HAp) is a major inorganic component of human hard tissues, such as bones and teeth, and its content determines their...

Authors: Rong Fuh Louh, Alex C.C. Chang, Rex Wang, C.H. Hsiao

Abstract: The chalcogenide CdSe quantum dots (QDs) were obtained by wet chemical synthesis route, using cadmium oxide and pure selenium as...

Authors: Carla Tripisciano, E. Borowiak-Palen, R.J. Kalenczuk

Abstract: Potential application of Carbon Nanotubes as a drug delivery system is limited by their hydrophobity and their natural tendency to...

Authors: Reiner Wechsung

Abstract: Micro-Nano-Technologies main application field will be in life sciences for drug development, diagnostics and drug delivery. Typical ...


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