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- Micro/Nano Technology Center
- Polymer Chemistry
- Nanomaterial Engineering
- Nanotechnology/Materials Polymer materials
- Life sciences Biomaterials
- Life sciences Biomedical engineering
- Nanotechnology/Materials Nanomaterials
Potential UV-protective effect of freestanding biodegradable nanosheet-based sunscreen preparations in XPA-deficient mice.
Tuning phase separation morphology in blend thin films using well-defined linear (multi)block copolymers.
Pressure-sensitive nano-sheet for optical pressure measurement.
External administration of moon jellyfish collagen solution accelerates physiological wound healing and improves delayed wound closure in diabetic model mice.
Protocol for constructing an extensive cranial window utilizing a PEO-CYTOP nanosheet for in vivo wide-field imaging of the mouse brain.
Syntheses and structures of Keggin-type polyoxometalate crystals hybridized with a polymerizable ionic-liquid.
Facile fabrication of elongated polymer micro/nano discs and their surface adhesiveness.
PEO-CYTOP fluoropolymer nanosheets as a novel open-skull window for imaging of the living mouse brain.
Tensile testing of freestanding polymer thin films with non-standard geometries.
Polymer discs with high interfacial adhesion fabricated from hot-pressing of microspheres.
Efficient differentiation and polarization of primary cultured neurons on poly(lactic acid) scaffolds with microgrooved structures.
Measurement and modelling of tensile moduli of polymer blend thin films with phase separated structures
Nanosheet wrapping-assisted coverslip-free imaging for looking deeper into a tissue at high resolution.
A Novel Composite Biomaterial Made of Jellyfish and Porcine Collagens Accelerates Dermal Wound Healing by Enhancing Reepithelization and Granulation Tissue Formation in Mice.
Chemical stability of a colorimetric indicator based on sodium alginate thin film and methylene blue dye upon active oxygen species exposure
One-pot fabrication of polymer micro/nano-discs via phase separation and a roll-to-roll coating process
Potential of biocompatible polymeric ultra-thin films, nanosheets, as topical and transdermal drug delivery devices.
Multi-layered PLLA-nanosheets loaded with FGF-2 induce robust bone regeneration with controlled release in critical-sized mouse femoral defects.
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