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  1. Status and future scope of plant-based green hydrogels in biomedical engineering 

    Mohammadinejad, Reza; Maleki, Hajar; Larrañeta, Eneko; et al. (2019)
    Applied Materials Today
    Review Article
  2. Controlling the lifetime of antibubbles 

    Vitry, Youen; Dorbolo, Stéphane; Vermant, Jan; et al. (2019)
    Advances in Colloid and Interface Science
    Review Article
  3. Environmental and Nutritional Effects Regulating Adipose Tissue Function and Metabolism Across Generations 

    Sun, Wenfei; von Meyenn, Ferdinand; Peleg-Raibstein, Daria; et al. (2019)
    Advanced Science
    The unabated rise in obesity prevalence during the last 40 years has spurred substantial interest in understanding the reasons for this epidemic. Studies in mice and humans have demonstrated that obesity is a highly heritable disease; however genetic variations within specific populations have so far not been able to explain this phenomenon to its full extent. Recent work has demonstrated that environmental cues can be sensed by an organism ...
    Review Article
  4. The impact of molecular simulations in gas-phase manufacture of nanomaterials 

    Mavrantzas, Vlasis G.; Pratsinis, Sotiris E. (2019)
    Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering
    Review Article
  5. Perspectives for ecological networks in plant ecology 

    Losapio, Gianalberto; Montesinos-Navarro, Alicia; Saiz, Hugo (2019)
    Plant Ecology and Diversity
    Background: Plant communities are usually characterised by species composition and abundance, but also underlie a multitude of complex interactions that we have only recently started unveiling. Yet, we are still far from understanding ecological and evolutionary processes shaping the network-level organisation of plant diversity, and to what extent these processes are specific to certain spatial scales or environments. Aims: Understanding ...
    Review Article
  6. First Community-Wide, Comparative Cross-Linking Mass Spectrometry Study 

    Iacobucci, Claudio; Piotrowski, Christine; Aebersold, Ruedi; et al. (2019)
    Analytical Chemistry
    Review Article
  7. Properties of early-age concrete relevant to cracking in massive concrete 

    Maruyama, Ippei; Lura, Pietro (2019)
    Cement and Concrete Research
    Review Article
  8. The Pathosome: A Dynamic Three-Dimensional View of Disease–Environment Interaction 

    Lenart, Peter; Scheringer, Martin; Bienertova‐Vasku, Julie (2019)
    BioEssays
    Most contemporary models of disease development consider the interaction between genotype and environment as static. The authors argue that because time is a key factor in genotype–environment interaction, this approach oversimplifies the pathology analysis and may lead to wrong conclusions. In reviewing the field, the authors suggest that the history of genotype–environment interactions plays an important role in the development of ...
    Review Article
  9. Metabolismus und Funktion der Lipoproteine hoher Dichte (HDL) 

    Jomard, Anne; Osto, Elena (2019)
    Praxis
    Review Article
  10. SWINGER: a clustering algorithm for concurrent coupling of atomistic and supramolecular liquids 

    Zavadlav, Julija; Marrink, Siewert J.; Praprotnik, Matej (2019)
    Interface Focus
    Review Article
  11. Biochemical functionality of magnetic particles as nanosensors: how far away are we to implement them into clinical practice? 

    Doswald, Simon; Stark, Wendelin J.; Beck-Schimmer, Beatrice (2019)
    Journal of Nanobiotechnology
    Magnetic nanosensors have become attractive instruments for the diagnosis and treatment of different diseases. They represent an efficient carrier system in drug delivery or in transporting contrast agents. For such purposes, magnetic nanosensors are used in vivo (intracorporeal application). To remove specific compounds from blood, magnetic nanosensors act as elimination system, which represents an extracorporeal approach. This review ...
    Review Article
  12. Genetic circuitry for personalized human cell therapy 

    Tolle, Fabian; Stücheli, Pascal; Fussenegger, Martin (2019)
    Current Opinion in Biotechnology
    Review Article
  13. Functional Amyloids 

    Otzel, Daniel; Riek, Roland (2019)
    Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology
    Review Article
  14. Isocyanic acid (HNCO) and its fate in the atmosphere: A review 

    Leslie, Michael D.; Ridoli, Melanie; Murphy, Jennifer G.; et al. (2019)
    Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts
    Review Article
  15. Why is high persistence alone a major cause of concern? 

    Cousins, Ian T.; Ng, Carla A.; Wang, Zhanyun; et al. (2019)
    Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts
    Persistence is a hazard criterion for chemicals enshrined in chemical regulation worldwide. In this paper, we argue that the higher the persistence of a chemical, the greater the emphasis that it should be given in chemicals assessment and decision making. We provide case studies for three classes of highly persistent chemicals (chlorofluorocarbons, polychlorinated biphenyls, and per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) to exemplify problems ...
    Review Article
  16. Food protein amyloid fibrils: Origin, structure, formation, characterization, applications and health implications 

    Cao, Yiping; Mezzenga, Raffaele (2019)
    Advances in Colloid and Interface Science
    Review Article
  17. Pathophysiological and cognitive mechanisms of fatigue in multiple sclerosis 

    Manjaly, Zina-Mary; Harrison, Neil A.; Critchley, Hugo D.; et al. (2019)
    Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry
    Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms in multiple sclerosis (MS), with a major impact on patients’ quality of life. Currently, treatment proceeds by trial and error with limited success, probably due to the presence of multiple different underlying mechanisms. Recent neuroscientific advances offer the potential to develop tools for differentiating these mechanisms in individual patients and ultimately provide a principled basis for ...
    Review Article
  18. Using Polymers to Impart Lubricity and Biopassivity to Surfaces: Are These Properties Linked? 

    Benetti, Edmondo M.; Spencer, Nicholas D. (2019)
    Helvetica Chimica Acta
    Polymer brushes have been widely applied for the reduction of both friction and non‐specific protein adsorption. In many (but not all) applications, such as contact lenses or medical devices, this combination of properties is highly desirable. Indeed, for many polymer‐brush systems, lubricity and resistance to biofouling appear to go hand in hand, with modifications of brush architecture, for example, leading to a similar degree of ...
    Review Article
  19. Integrated Microphysiological Systems: Transferable Organ Models and Recirculating Flow 

    Renggli, Kasper; Rousset, Nassim; Lohasz, Christian; et al. (2019)
    Advanced Biosystems
    Review Article
  20. Climate change and conflict 

    Koubi, Vally (2019)
    Annual Review of Political Science
    Review Article

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