Biomatériaux et bioingénierie - BB - UMRS1121

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Antibacterial Peptide-Based Gel for Prevention of Medical Implanted-Device Infection
Atmospheric Plasma Deposition Process: A Versatile Tool for the Design of Tunable Siloxanes-Based Plasma Polymer Films
Borohydride-functionalized polydopamine-coated open cell polyurethane foam as a reusable soft structured material for reduction reactions: Application to the removal of a dye
Compact Saloplastic Poly(Acrylic Acid)/Poly(Allylamine) Complexes: Kinetic Control Over Composition, Microstructure, and Mechanical Properties
Composite vector formulation for multiple siRNA delivery as a host targeting antiviral in a cell culture model of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection
COUP-TF interacting protein 2 represses the initial phase of HIV-1 gene transcription in human microglial cells.
Cyclophilin A enables specific HIV-1 Tat palmitoylation and accumulation in uninfected cells
D-Cateslytin, a new antimicrobial peptide with therapeutic potential
Electrochemically Triggered Assembly of Films: A One-Pot Morphogen-Driven Buildup
Electrochemistry on Stretchable Nanocomposite Electrodes: Dependence on Strain
Enamel and dental anomalies in latent-transforming growth factor beta-binding protein 3 mutant mice.
Enzyme-assisted self-assembly within a hydrogel induced by peptide diffusion
Erratum: Corrigendum: HIC1 controls cellular- and HIV-1- gene transcription via interactions with CTIP2 and HMGA1
Establishing contact between cell-laden hydrogels and metallic implants with a biomimetic adhesive for cell therapy supported implants
Evaluation of the anti-tumor effect of PLK1-specific siRNA delivery using a nanosystem containing pyridylthiourea- polyethylenimine
Genome-wide binding map of the HIV-1 Tat protein to the human genome
HIV-1 regulation of latency in the monocyte-macrophage lineage and in CD4+ T lymphocytes
Improving combination antiretroviral therapy by targeting HIV-1 gene transcription
Mimicking the Chemistry of Natural Eumelanin Synthesis: The KE Sequence in Polypeptides and in Proteins Allows for a Specific Control of Nanosized Functional Polydopamine Formation

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