3D Reduced Graphene Oxide Scaffolds with a Combinatorial Fibrous-Porous Architecture for Neural Tissue Engineering

Graphene oxide (GO) assists a diverse set of promising routes to build bioactive neural microenvironments by easily interacting with other biomaterials to enhance their bulk features or, alternatively, self-assembling toward the construction of biocompatible systems with specific three-dimensional (3D) geometries.

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Stable anchoring of bacteria-based protein nanoparticles for surface enhanced cell guidance

In tissue engineering, biological, physical, and chemical inputs have to be combined to properly mimic cellular environments and successfully build artificial tissues which can be designed to fulfill different biomedical needs such as the shortage of organ donors or the development of in vitro disease models for drug testing.

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Novel reversibly switchable fluorescent molecular systems based on metallacarborane‐perylenediimide conjugates

Icosahedral metallacarboranes are θ‐shaped anionic molecules in which two icosahedra share one vertex that is a metal center. The most remarkable of these compounds is the anionic cobalt‐based metallacarborane [Co(C2B9H11)2], whose oxidation‐reduction processes occur via an outer sphere electron process.

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Anthracene–styrene-substituted m-carborane derivatives: insights into the electronic and structural effects of substituents on photoluminescence

Two anthracenyl–styrenyl-m-carborane triads (one non-iodinated on B, 3, and one iodinated, 4) were synthesized and characterized to be further linked to octavinylsilsesquioxane (OVS) via cross-metathesis, giving rise to the corresponding hybrid materials 5 and 6.

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Bicyclic α-Iminophosphonates as High Affinity Imidazoline I2 Receptor Ligands for Alzheimer’s Disease

Sònia Abás, Sergio Rodríguez-Arévalo, Andrea Bagán, Christian Griñán-Ferré, Foteini Vasilopoulou, Iria Brocos-Mosquera, Carolina Muguruza, Belén Pérez, Elies Molins, F. Javier Luque, Pilar Pérez-Lozano, Steven de Jonghe, Dirk Daelemans, Lieve Naesens, José Brea, M. Isabel Loza, Elena Hernández-Hernández, Jesús A. García-Sevilla, M. Julia García-Fuster, Milica Radan, Teodora Djikic, Katarina Nikolic, Mercè Pallàs, Luis F. Callado, Carmen Escolano*. J. Med. Chem. 2020. Publication Date:March 9, 2020

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Combining magnetic nanoparticles and icosahedral boron clusters in biocompatible inorganic nanohybrids for cancer therapy

Elena OleshkevichAnna MoranchoArpita SahaKoen M.O. GalenkampAlba GraystonSimonetta Geninatti CrichDiego AlbertiNicoletta ProttiJoan X. ComellaFrancesc TeixidorAnna RosellClara ViñasNanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine. Volume 20, August 2019, 101986.

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Metallacarboranes on the Road to Anticancer Therapies: Cellular Uptake, DNA Interaction, and Biological Evaluation of Cobaltabisdicarbollide [COSAN]−

Fuentes, I. , García‐Mendiola, T. , Sato, S. , Pita, M. , Nakamura, H. , Lorenzo, E. , Teixidor, F. , Marques, F. and Viñas, C. (2018), Metallacarboranes on the Road to Anticancer Therapies: Cellular Uptake, DNA Interaction, and Biological Evaluation of Cobaltabisdicarbollide [COSAN]. Chem. Eur. J..

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