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Graphene Oxide‐Cyclic R10 Peptide Nuclear Translocation Nanoplatforms for the Surmounting of Multiple‐Drug Resistance
Multidrug resistance resulting from a variety of defensive pathways in cancer has become a global concern with a considerable impact on the mortality associated with the failure of traditional chemotherapy. Therefore, ...
Gold‐ and Silver‐Coated Barium Titanate Nanocomposites as Probes for Two‐Photon Multimodal Microspectroscopy
Improved multiphoton‐excited imaging and microspectroscopy require nanoprobes that can give different nonlinear optical signals. Here, composite nanostructures with a barium titanate core and a plasmonic moiety at their ...
Graphene‐Assisted Synthesis of 2D Polyglycerols as Innovative Platforms for Multivalent Virus Interactions
2D nanomaterials have garnered widespread attention in biomedicine and bioengineering due to their unique physicochemical properties. However, poor functionality, low solubility, intrinsic toxicity, and nonspecific ...
Roadmap on Machine learning in electronic structure
In recent years, we have been witnessing a paradigm shift in computational materials science. In fact, traditional methods, mostly developed in the second half of the XXth century, are being complemented, extended, and ...
In Situ Pore Formation in Graphite Through Solvent Co-Intercalation: A New Model for The Formation of Ternary Graphite Intercalation Compounds Bridging Batteries and Supercapacitors
For Li‐ion and Na‐ion batteries, the intercalation behavior of graphite anodes is quite different. While Li‐ions intercalate, Na‐ions only co‐intercalate with solvent molecules from the electrolyte solution leading to ...
In situ infrared imaging of the local orientation of cellulose fibrils in plant secondary cell walls
The mechanical and chemical properties of plant cell walls greatly rely on the supramolecular assembly of cellulose fibrils. To study the local orientation of cellulose in secondary plant cell walls, diffraction limited ...