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To prevent this pathology, we developed a nanotechnology-based self-healing drug delivery hydrogel barrier composed of silicate nanodisks and polyethylene glycol with the ability to coat the epicardial surface of the heart without friction and locally deliver dexamethasone, an anti-inflammatory drug.

After the fabrication of the hydrogel, mechanical characterization and responses to shear, strain, and recovery were analyzed, confirming its shear-thinning and self-healing properties.

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This behavior allowed its facile injection 5. The encapsulation of dexamethasone within the hydrogel system was confirmed by 1H NMR, and controlled release for 5 days was observed. We presented a novel nanostructured drug delivery hydrogel system with unique mechanical and biological properties that act synergistically to prevent cellular infiltration while providing local immunomodulation to protect the intrapericardial space after a surgical intervention. Magnetic iron oxide nanocrystals MIONs are established as potent theranostic nanoplatforms due to their biocompatibility and the multifunctionality of their spin-active atomic framework.

Recent insights have also unveiled their attractive near-infrared photothermal properties, which are, however, limited by their low near-infrared absorbance, resulting in noncompetitive photothermal conversion efficiencies PCEs. Moreover, their surface passivation is achieved through a simple self-assembly process, securing high colloidal stability and structural integrity in complex biological media. The bifunctional polymeric canopy simultaneously provided binding sites for anchoring additional cargo, such as a strong near-infrared-absorbing and fluorescent dye, enabling in vivo optical and photoacoustic imaging in deep tissues, while the iron oxide core ensures detection by magnetic resonance imaging.

In vitro studies also highlighted a synergy-amplified photothermal effect that ificantly reduces the viability of A cancer cells upon nm laser irradiation. Integration of such—ly elusive—photophysical properties with simple and cost-effective nanoengineering through self-assembly represents a ificant step toward sophisticated nanotheranostics, with great potential in the field of nanomedicine.

Mitochondrial drug delivery has attracted increasing attention in various mitochondrial dysfunction-associated disorders such as cancer owing to the important role of energy production. Herein, we report a lysosomal pH-activated mitochondrial-targeting polymer nanoparticle to overcome drug resistance by a synergy between mitochondrial delivery of doxorubicin DOX, an anticancer drug and erlotinib-mediated inhibition of drug efflux.

The obtained nanoparticles, DE-NPs could maintain negative charge and have long blood circulation while undergoing charge reversal at lysosomal pH after internalization by cancer cells. Thereafter, the acidity-activated polycationic and hydrophobic polypeptide domains boost lysosomal escape and mitochondrial-targeting drug delivery, leading to mitochondrial dysfunction, ATP suppression, and cell apoptosis.

This work establishes that a combination of mitochondrial drug delivery and drug efflux inhibition could be a promising strategy for combating multidrug resistance. Nanoantibacterial agents based on catalytic activity were limited due to the low levels of endogenous H2O2 in the microenvironment of bacterial biofilms. However, the additional H2O2 will trigger more side effects to healthy surroundings, which is still a great challenge. Herein, we report an acid-induced self-catalyzing platform based on dextran-coated copper peroxide nanoaggregates DCPNAs for antibiofilm and local infection therapy applications.

The dextran-functionalized DCPNAs were mediated and conveniently purified via a dextran and ethanol precipitation method, which can also cluster nanodots into nanoaggregates and show good penetrability as well as biocompatibility. As expected, the DCPNAs exhibit low cytotoxicity and excellent acid-induced antibacterial and antibiofilm ability.

Moreover, the DCPNAs realized great therapeutic outcomes in the application for in vivo wound healing. The overall excellent properties associated with the DCPNAs highlight that they could be considered as a kind of ideal antimicrobial agents for microbial biofilm infection treatment. Blood mr. pinku zi alpha 4.0 generation is an essential process for tissue formation, regeneration, and repair. Notwithstanding, vascularized tissue fabrication in vitro remains a challenge, as current fabrication techniques and biomaterials lack translational potential in medicine.

Naturally derived biomaterials harbor the risk of immunogenicity and pathogen transmission, while synthetic materials need functionalization or blending to improve their biocompatibility. In addition, the traditional top-down fabrication techniques do not recreate the native tissue microarchitecture. Self-assembling ultrashort peptides SUPs are promising chemically synthesized natural materials that self-assemble into three-dimensional nanofibrous hydrogels resembling the extracellular matrix ECM. In addition, they are stable enough to keep their original size and shape under cell culture conditions and long-term storage.

Finally, we performed an angiogenesis assay in both SUP hydrogels using all SUP combinations between micro- and bulky hydrogels.

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Biological recognition sites are very useful for biomedical purposes and, more specifically, for polymeric scaffolds. However, synthetic polymers are not capable of providing specific biological recognition sites. To solve this inconvenience, functionalization of biological moieties is typically performed, oftentimes via peptide binding.

In this sense, the main task is capturing the biological complexity of a protein. This study proposes a possible alternative solution to this challenge. Our approach is based on the combination of molecular imprinting MI and electrospinning processes.

We propose here an alternative MI approach with polymeric structures, instead of using cross-linkers and monomers as conventionally performed. Gelatin, collagen, and elastin were used as proteins. evidenced that the MI process conducted with PCL electrospun membranes was carried out with ionic interactions between the desired molecules and the recognition sites formed. In addition, it has been proved that MI was more efficient when using gelatin as a template.

This approach opens a new stage in the development of recognition sites in scaffolds obtained with synthetic polymers and their application for biomedical purposes. Real-time dynamic vascular network imaging can provide accurate hemodynamic and anatomical information, facilitating the diagnosis of blood circulatory system-related diseases and achieving precise evaluation of therapeutic effects.

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In vivo luminescence imaging in the NIR-IIb biological window — nm has developed into a next generation of optical imaging method with ificantly improved temporal—spatial resolution and penetration depth. Unfortunately, an imaging contrast agent capable of emitting NIR-IIb luminescence with sufficient brightness in this region is lacking.

Herein, we deed and proposed a type of dye-sensitized rare earth-doped nanoparticle [ protected] with obviously boosted NIR-IIb emission and high biocompatibility, which can be used to realize the real-time NIR-IIb luminescence imaging with high temporal—spatial resolution and contrast. Consequently, the [ protected] was not only able to depict a vascular network but also applicable in noninvasively monitoring the dynamic vascular processes and changes in the vascular anatomy of two blood circulatory system-related disorders, including hindlimbs ischemia and atherosclerosis.

Our research provides a powerful tool for evaluating vascular network-related dysfunction and physiological processes.

Extracellular vesicles EVs with native membrane proteins possess a variety of functions. Although directly harnessing native membrane proteins on EVs for functional studies is promising, limited studies have been conducted to confirm its potential. We demonstrated that producer cells transfected with genes encoding for GPI-anchored and transmembrane glycoproteins selectively display the former over the latter on bioengineered EVs. Furthermore, using specific enzyme cleavage studies, we characterized and validated that CD14 is indeed GPI-anchored on bioengineered EV membranes.

Natural GPI-anchored proteins are conserved receptors for bacterial toxins; for example, CD14 is an innate immune receptor for lipopolysaccharide LPSa gram-negative bacterial endotoxin.

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These findings highlight the importance of harnessing the native EV membrane proteins, like GPI-anchored proteins, for functional studies such as toxin neutralization. In order to endow these nanoparticles with PDT and siRNA photochemical internalization PCI properties, a porphyrin derivative was integrated into the ionosilica framework.

For this purpose, we synthesized PMINPs via hydrolysis-cocondensation procedures from oligosilylated ammonium and porphyrin precursors. The formation of these nano-objects was proved by transmission electron microscopy. The formed nanoparticles were then thoroughly characterized via solid-state NMR, nitrogen sorption, dynamic light scattering, and UV—vis and fluorescence spectroscopies. Furthermore, PMINPs formed stable complexes with siRNA up to 24 hwhich were efficiently internalized into the cells after 4 h of incubation mostly with the energy-dependent endocytosis process.

We demonstrate a versatile nanoparticle with imaging-guided chemo—photothermal synergistic therapy and EpCAM-targeted delivery of liver tumor cells. The tetravalent platinum prodrug [Pt IV ] induces apoptosis with minimum toxic side effects through the interaction between cisplatin and tumor cell DNA. The nanoparticles displayed stable photothermal property and considerable anti-tumor therapeutic effect in vivo. Coupling with cellular imaging due to their fluorescence property, [ protected] Pt IV offers a convenient and effective platform for imaging-guided chemo—photothermal synergistic therapy toward liver cancers in the near future.

Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases induced by atherosclerosis AS have become the dominant cause of disability and mortality throughout the world. The typical early pathological process of AS involves the activation of inflammatory macrophages in the vulnerable plaque.

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The DS of the nanoplatform can recognize and bind to the type A scavenger receptor SR-Awhich is expressed only on the activated macrophages of the arterial plaque, so the proposed nanoplatform selectively targets these macrophages and accumulates there. Furthermore, DS can competitively inhibit cellular endocytosis of oxidized low-density lipoproteins via blocking of SR-A. Interestingly, near-infrared-accelerated drug release induced by initial nm laser irradiation was observed, thus enhancing the Ce6 concentration in the atherosclerotic plaque area and the efficiency of photodynamic therapy PDT.

These finally resulted in the stabilization and shrinkage of atherosclerotic plaques, further inhibiting the development and exacerbation of AS. The hypoxia-inducible factor 1-alpha HIF-1a pathway plays a key role in regulating angiogenesis during wound healing. However, the diabetic condition hampers the stabilization of HIF-1a and thus inhibits the subsequent angiogenesis, and meanwhile, the function and phenotype transition of macrophage are impaired in the diabetic condition, which le to prolonged and chronic inflammation.

Both angiogenesis inhibition and inflammatory dysfunction make diabetic wound healing a major clinical challenge. When in use, the compound system can thoroughly spread to the whole wound surface and be in situ photo-cross-linked to form an integral SF-MA-BS hydrogel that firmly adheres to the wound, protects the wound from external contamination, and further spontaneously promotes wound regeneration by releasing therapeutic ions.

These findings indicate that the SF-MA-BS hydrogel regenerates diabetic wounds, and further clinical trials are anticipated. The excessive accumulation of reactive oxygen species ROS in infected wounds activates a strong inflammatory response to delay wound healing. Therefore, it is highly desired to develop hydrogels with inherent antimicrobial activity and antioxidant capability for infected wound healing. Herein, a dopamine-substituted multidomain peptide DAP with inherent antimicrobial activity, strong skin adhesion, and ROS scavenging has been developed.

The enhanced rheological properties of DAP-based hydrogel can be achieved not only through UV irradiation but also by incorporation of multivalent ions e. When applied to full-thickness dermal wounds in mice, the DAP hydrogel in a ificantly shortened inflammatory stage of the healing process because of its remarkable antimicrobial activity and antioxidant capability.

Accelerated wound closure with thick granulation tissue, uniform collagen arrangement, and dense vascularization can be achieved. This work suggests that the DAP hydrogel can serve as antimicrobial coating and ROS-scavenging mr. pinku zi alpha 4.0 dressing for bacterial-infected wound treatment. Chemiluminescence immunoassays have been widely employed for diagnosing various diseases.

However, because of the extremely low intensity chemiluminescence als, highly sensitive transducers, such as photomultiplier tubes and image sensors with cooling devices, are required to overcome this drawback. In this study, a hypersensitive photosensor was developed based on cesium lead bromide CsPbBr3 perovskite quantum dots QDs with sufficient high sensitivity for chemiluminescence immunoassays.

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First, CsPbBr3 QDs with a highly uniform size, that is, 5 nm, were synthesized under thermodynamic control to achieve a high size confinement effect. For the fabrication of the photosensor, MoS2 nanoflakes were used as an electron transfer layer and heat-treated at an optimum temperature. Additionally, a parylene-C film was used as a passivation layer to improve the physical stability and sensitivity of the photosensor.

In particular, the trap states on the CsPbBr3 QDs were reduced by the passivation layer, and the sensitivity was increased. Finally, a photosensor based on CsPbBr3 QDs was employed in chemiluminescence immunoassays for the detection of human hepatitis B surface antigen, human immunodeficiency virus antibody, and alpha-fetoprotein AFP, a cancer biomarker. When compared with the conventionally used equipment, the photosensor was determined to be feasible for application in chemiluminescence immunoassays.

In this work, modular protein constructs have been deed, in which nanobodies are fused to protein domains to provide further functionalities and to favor oligomerization into stable self-assembled nanoparticles. The nanobody specificity for their targets is maintained in such supramolecular complexes. Also, their diameter around 70 nm and multivalent interactivity should favor binding and penetrability into target cells via solvent-exposed receptor.

These concepts have been supported by unrelated nanobodies directed against the ricin toxin A3C8 and the Her2 receptor EM1respectively, that were modified with the addition of a reporter protein and a hexa-histidine tag at the C-terminus that promotes self-assembling.

The A3C8-based nanoparticles neutralize the ricin toxin efficiently, whereas the EM1-based nanoparticles enable to selective imaging Her2-positive cells. These findings support the excellent extracellular and intracellular functionality of nanobodies organized in form of oligomeric nanoscale assemblies.

DNA self-assembled nanostructures have been considered as effective vehicles for biomolecule delivery because of their excellent biocompatibility, cellular permeability, noncytotoxicity, and small size.

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