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Ultrasoft and Biocompatible Magnetic- Hydrogel-Based Strain Sensors for Wireless Passive Biomechanical Monitoring EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2022 , 16 (12) , 21555-21564 | ACS NANO
SCOPUS Cited Count: 13
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Implantable flexible mechanical sensors have exhibited great potential in health monitoring and disease diagnosis due to continuous and real-time monitoring capability. However, the wires and power supply required in current devices cause inconvenience and potential risks. Magnetic-based devices have demonstrated advantages in wireless and passive sensing, but the mismatched mechanical properties, poor biocompatibility, and insufficient sensitivity have limited their applications in biomechanical monitoring. Here, a wireless and passive flexible magnetic-based strain sensor based on a gelatin methacrylate/Fe3O4 magnetic hydrogel has been fabricated. The sensor exhibits ultrasoft mechanical properties, strong magnetic properties, and long-term stability in saline solution and can monitor strains down to 50 mu m. A model of the sensing process is established to identify the optimal detection location and the relation between the relative magnetic permeability and the sensitivity of the sensors. Moreover, an in vitro tissue model is developed to investigate the potential of the sensor in detecting subtle biomechanical signals and avoiding interference with bioactivities. Furthermore, a real-time and high-throughput biomonitoring platform is built and implements passive wireless monitoring of the drug response and cultural status of the cardiomyocytes. This work demonstrates the potential of applying magnetic sensing for biomechanical monitoring and provides ideas for the design of wireless and passive implantable devices.

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biomechanical monitoring implantable magnetic hydrogel microtissue monitoring wireless passive sensor

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Qi , Yang, Guannan , Xue, Li et al. Ultrasoft and Biocompatible Magnetic- Hydrogel-Based Strain Sensors for Wireless Passive Biomechanical Monitoring [J]. | ACS NANO , 2022 , 16 (12) : 21555-21564 .
MLA Zhang, Qi et al. "Ultrasoft and Biocompatible Magnetic- Hydrogel-Based Strain Sensors for Wireless Passive Biomechanical Monitoring" . | ACS NANO 16 . 12 (2022) : 21555-21564 .
APA Zhang, Qi , Yang, Guannan , Xue, Li , Dong, Guohua , Su, Wei , Cui, Meng jie et al. Ultrasoft and Biocompatible Magnetic- Hydrogel-Based Strain Sensors for Wireless Passive Biomechanical Monitoring . | ACS NANO , 2022 , 16 (12) , 21555-21564 .
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Nanofibrous Matrix Mediated Ultrasensitive Flexible Strain Sensor for Subtle Human Motion Monitoring EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2022 , 4 (12) , 6058-6066 | ACS APPLIED ELECTRONIC MATERIALS
SCOPUS Cited Count: 8
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Flexible strain sensors have attracted extensive research interest in health monitoring and early diagnosis owing to their superiority in continuous measurement of physiological signals. However, the design of flexible sensors with high sensitivity for subtle strain measurement coupled with biocompatibility, breathability, and eco-friendly properties is still challenging. In this study, a facile and universal approach was developed for the preparation of highly sensitive, biocompatible, and eco-friendly flexible strain sensors in reduced graphene oxide (rGO)/silk composites. The microcrack structures generated in rGO functional layers were achieved by vacuum filtration of GO onto silk nanofibrous matrices followed by a reduction process. The optimized flexible sensor exhibited high sensitivity with a gauge factor (GF) of 436 and 204 at a stretching strain of 8-8.7% and a bending strain of 0.12%, respectively. The sensor also revealed a superfast response of 8.8 ms, excellent durability for over 2000 cycles of bending, and waterproof ability up to 80 degrees C after 9 cycles. The degradability of the silk substrates enables the recycling of conductive materials, leading to eco-friendly sensor materials. The optimized rGO/silk sensor was able to sensitively and stably detect physiological signals with subtle strain changes (voices, pulse, and airflow), demonstrating great potential for use in flexible strain sensing of human health monitoring and medical diagnostics.

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arterial pulse monitoring degradable flexible strain sensor microcrack silk fiber

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Zeying , Zhang, Qi , Peng, Ruobo et al. Nanofibrous Matrix Mediated Ultrasensitive Flexible Strain Sensor for Subtle Human Motion Monitoring [J]. | ACS APPLIED ELECTRONIC MATERIALS , 2022 , 4 (12) : 6058-6066 .
MLA Zhang, Zeying et al. "Nanofibrous Matrix Mediated Ultrasensitive Flexible Strain Sensor for Subtle Human Motion Monitoring" . | ACS APPLIED ELECTRONIC MATERIALS 4 . 12 (2022) : 6058-6066 .
APA Zhang, Zeying , Zhang, Qi , Peng, Ruobo , Xue, Li , Zhang, Cuiling , Su, Wei et al. Nanofibrous Matrix Mediated Ultrasensitive Flexible Strain Sensor for Subtle Human Motion Monitoring . | ACS APPLIED ELECTRONIC MATERIALS , 2022 , 4 (12) , 6058-6066 .
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Anisotropic conductive reduced graphene oxide/silk matrices promote post-infarction myocardial function by restoring electrical integrity. EI PubMed SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2022 , 139 , 190-203 | Acta biomaterialia
WoS CC Cited Count: 11 SCOPUS Cited Count: 38
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Myocardial infarction (MI) remains the leading cause of death globally, often leading to impaired cardiac function and pathological myocardial microenvironment. Electrical conduction abnormalities of the infarcted myocardium not only induce adverse myocardial remodeling but also prevent tissue repair. Restoring the myocardial electrical integrity, particularly the anisotropic electrical signal propagation within the injured area after infarction is crucial for an effective function recovery. Herein, optimized reduced graphene oxide (rGO) functionalized electrospun silk fibroin (rGO/silk) biomaterials presenting anisotropic conductivity and enhanced suturablity were developed and investigated as cardiac patches for their potential in improving the post-MI myocardial function of rat models. The results show that the anisotropic conductive rGO/silk patches exhibit remarkable therapeutic effect on repairing the infarcted myocardium compared to the nonconductive silk and isotropic conductive rGO/silk patches as determined by the enhanced pumping function, reduced susceptibility to arrhythmias, thickened left ventricular walls and improved survival of functional cardiomyocytes. Their notable effect on promoting the angiogenesis of capillaries in the infarcted myocardium has also been demonstrated. This study highlights an effective and biomimetic reconstruction of the electrical myocardial microenvironment based on the anisotropic conductive rGO/silk biomaterials as a promising option for promoting the repair of infarcted myocardium. STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE: The dysfunctional electrical microenvironment in the infarcted myocardium not only aggravates the adverse myocardial remodeling but also limits the effect of cardiac regenerative medicine. Although various conductive biomaterials have been employed to restore the electrical network in the infarcted myocardium in vivo, the anisotropic nature of the myocardial electrical microenvironment which enables directional electrical signal propagation were neglected. In this study, an anisotropic conductive rGO/silk biomaterial system is developed to improve the myocardial function post infarction by restoring the anisotropic electrical microenvironment in the infarcted myocardium. The promoted effects of anisotropic conductive grafts on repairing infarcted hearts are demonstrated with improved pumping function, cardiomyocyte survival, resistance to ventricular fibrillation, and angiogenesis of capillary network.

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Cardiac tissue engineering Conductive biomaterials Electrical microenvironment Electrospun scaffolds Reduced graphene oxides (rGO)

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GB/T 7714 Zhao Guoxu , Feng Yanjing , Xue Li et al. Anisotropic conductive reduced graphene oxide/silk matrices promote post-infarction myocardial function by restoring electrical integrity. [J]. | Acta biomaterialia , 2022 , 139 : 190-203 .
MLA Zhao Guoxu et al. "Anisotropic conductive reduced graphene oxide/silk matrices promote post-infarction myocardial function by restoring electrical integrity." . | Acta biomaterialia 139 (2022) : 190-203 .
APA Zhao Guoxu , Feng Yanjing , Xue Li , Cui Mengjie , Zhang Qi , Xu Feng et al. Anisotropic conductive reduced graphene oxide/silk matrices promote post-infarction myocardial function by restoring electrical integrity. . | Acta biomaterialia , 2022 , 139 , 190-203 .
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Bio-inspired Janus structural color films as visually flexible electronics EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 24 | APPLIED MATERIALS TODAY
WoS CC Cited Count: 3
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Multifunctional composite flexible sensors are essential components in flexible and stretchable electronics. In this paper, we present novel mussel-inspired Janus structural color films as visually flexible electronics. The Janus composite film with a three-layer structure, which is compozed of a conductive carbon nanotube (CNT) layer, a supporting polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) layer and a structural color layer formed by two-dimensional colloidal crystals (2D-CCs), is prepared by a hierarchical assembly strategy. The manufactured multi-layer CNT films and the 2D-CCs are integrated on both sides of the supporting PDMS layer, respectively by the self-assembly process and the adhesion of polydopamine (PDA) to provide corresponding excellent conductivity, flexibility and visual optical sensing for the Janus composite film. It is demonstrated that the CNT films could not only increaze the contrast of structural color of the 2D-CC array as their light absorption characteristics in the broadband frequency field, but also impart the composite film with photothermal response characteristics. In addition, because of the outstanding electrical properties, visualized structural color and photothermal response, the resulting Janus structural color films show stable electrical sensing and visualized color-sensing under deformations arose by human motions and near-infrared (NIR) illumination, which could play essential roles in flexible and stretchable electronics. (c) 2021 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Bioinspired Carbon nanotube Flexible electronics Photothermal response Structural color

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GB/T 7714 Xu, Dongyu , Sun, Lingyu , Zhang, Zhuohao et al. Bio-inspired Janus structural color films as visually flexible electronics [J]. | APPLIED MATERIALS TODAY , 2021 , 24 .
MLA Xu, Dongyu et al. "Bio-inspired Janus structural color films as visually flexible electronics" . | APPLIED MATERIALS TODAY 24 (2021) .
APA Xu, Dongyu , Sun, Lingyu , Zhang, Zhuohao , Wang, Yu , Zhang, Xiaohui , Ye, Fangfu et al. Bio-inspired Janus structural color films as visually flexible electronics . | APPLIED MATERIALS TODAY , 2021 , 24 .
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The Plasticity of Nanofibrous Matrix Regulates Fibroblast Activation in Fibrosis EI SCIE PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 10 (8) | ADVANCED HEALTHCARE MATERIALS
WoS CC Cited Count: 2
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Natural extracellular matrix (ECM) mostly has a fibrous structure that supports and mechanically interacts with local residing cells to guide their behaviors. The effect of ECM elasticity on cell behaviors has been extensively investigated, while less attention has been paid to the effect of matrix fiber-network plasticity at microscale, although plastic remodeling of fibrous matrix is a common phenomenon in fibrosis. Here, a significant decrease is found in plasticity of native fibrotic tissues, which is associated with an increase in matrix crosslinking. To explore the role of plasticity in fibrosis development, a set of 3D collagen nanofibrous matrix with constant modulus but tunable plasticity is constructed by adjusting the crosslinking degree. Using plasticity-controlled 3D culture models, it is demonstrated that the decrease of matrix plasticity promotes fibroblast activation and spreading. Further, a coarse-grained molecular dynamic model is developed to simulate the cell-matrix interaction at microscale. Combining with molecular experiments, it is revealed that the enhanced fibroblast activation is mediated through cytoskeletal tension and nuclear translocation of Yes-associated protein. Taken together, the results clarify the effects of crosslinking-induced plasticity changes of nanofibrous matrix on the development of fibrotic diseases and highlight plasticity as an important mechanical cue in understanding cell-matrix interactions.

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cell traction fiber networks fibrosis mechanical plasticity nanofibrous matrix

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GB/T 7714 Jia, Yuanbo , Wang, Yanzhong , Niu, Lele et al. The Plasticity of Nanofibrous Matrix Regulates Fibroblast Activation in Fibrosis [J]. | ADVANCED HEALTHCARE MATERIALS , 2021 , 10 (8) .
MLA Jia, Yuanbo et al. "The Plasticity of Nanofibrous Matrix Regulates Fibroblast Activation in Fibrosis" . | ADVANCED HEALTHCARE MATERIALS 10 . 8 (2021) .
APA Jia, Yuanbo , Wang, Yanzhong , Niu, Lele , Zhang, Hang , Tian, Jin , Gao, Dengfeng et al. The Plasticity of Nanofibrous Matrix Regulates Fibroblast Activation in Fibrosis . | ADVANCED HEALTHCARE MATERIALS , 2021 , 10 (8) .
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rGO/Silk Fibroin-Modified Nanofibrous Patches Prevent Ventricular Remodeling via Yap/Taz-TGF beta 1/Smads Signaling After Myocardial Infarction in Rats SCIE PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 8 | FRONTIERS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE
WoS CC Cited Count: 1
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Objective: After acute myocardial infarction (AMI), the loss of cardiomyocytes and dysregulation of extracellular matrix homeostasis results in impaired cardiac function and eventually heart failure. Cardiac patches have emerged as a potential therapeutic strategy for AMI. In this study, we fabricated and produced reduced graphene oxide (rGO)/silk fibroin-modified nanofibrous biomaterials as a cardiac patch to repair rat heart tissue after AMI and investigated the potential role of rGO/silk patch on reducing myocardial fibrosis and improving cardiac function in the infarcted rats. & nbsp; Method: rGO/silk nanofibrous biomaterial was prepared by electrospinning and vacuum filtration. A rat model of AMI was used to investigate the ability of patches with rGO/silk to repair the injured heart in vivo. Echocardiography and stress-strain analysis of the left ventricular papillary muscles was used to assess the cardiac function and mechanical property of injured hearts treated with this cardiac patch. Masson's trichrome staining and immunohistochemical staining for Col1A1 was used to observe the degree of myocardial fibrosis at 28 days after patch implantation. The potential direct mechanism of the new patch to reduce myocardial fibrosis was explored in vitro and in vivo. & nbsp; Results: Both echocardiography and histopathological staining demonstrated improved cardiac systolic function and ventricular remodeling after implantation of the rGO/silk patch. Additionally, cardiac fibrosis and myocardial stiffness of the infarcted area were improved with rGO/silk. On RNA-sequencing, the gene expression of matrix-regulated genes was altered in cardiofibroblasts treated with rGO. Western blot analysis revealed decreased expression of the Yap/Taz-TGF beta 1/Smads signaling pathway in heart tissue of the rGO/silk patch group as compared with controls. Furthermore, the rGO directly effect on Col I and Col III expression and Yap/Taz-TGF beta 1/Smads signaling was confirmed in isolated cardiofibroblasts in vitro. & nbsp; Conclusion: This study suggested that rGO/silk improved cardiac function and reduced cardiac fibrosis in heart tissue after AMI. The mechanism of the anti-fibrosis effect may involve a direct regulation of rGO on Yap/Taz-TGF beta 1/Smads signaling in cardiofibroblasts.

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acute myocardial infarction cardiofibroblasts myocardial fibrosis reduced graphene oxide YAP/TAZ-TGF1/Smads signaling

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GB/T 7714 Feng, Yanjing , Zhao, Guoxu , Xu, Min et al. rGO/Silk Fibroin-Modified Nanofibrous Patches Prevent Ventricular Remodeling via Yap/Taz-TGF beta 1/Smads Signaling After Myocardial Infarction in Rats [J]. | FRONTIERS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE , 2021 , 8 .
MLA Feng, Yanjing et al. "rGO/Silk Fibroin-Modified Nanofibrous Patches Prevent Ventricular Remodeling via Yap/Taz-TGF beta 1/Smads Signaling After Myocardial Infarction in Rats" . | FRONTIERS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE 8 (2021) .
APA Feng, Yanjing , Zhao, Guoxu , Xu, Min , Xing, Xin , Yang, Lijun , Ma, Yao et al. rGO/Silk Fibroin-Modified Nanofibrous Patches Prevent Ventricular Remodeling via Yap/Taz-TGF beta 1/Smads Signaling After Myocardial Infarction in Rats . | FRONTIERS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE , 2021 , 8 .
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A wearable, nozzle-diffuser microfluidic pump based on high-performance ferroelectric nanocomposites EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 347 | SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL
WoS CC Cited Count: 2
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New target applications for microfluidic devices have been focused on home usability, wearability and cost-effectiveness. Towards these goals, in this work, a controllable, bendable, and all-organic, nozzle-diffuser microfluidic pump was designed, fabricated and tested. First, to resolve the crucial issue of high driving voltage, the ferroelectric polymer poly(vinylidene fluoride-trifluoroethylene) (P(VDF-TrFE)) was optimized by adding core-shell structured Al2O3@CNT nanofillers. The membrane so developed with 1.1 wt% Al2O3@CNT showed an increase by nearly 7 times in the induced strain in comparison to the neat P(VDF-TrFE) at low electric fields, because the modified membrane simultaneously achieved a lower coercive electric field and a higher polarization. Accordingly, the required operating voltage of the microfluidic pump integrated with optimized membrane significantly decreased from 1000 V to 160 V. Meanwhile, this pump exhibited a wider range of flow rates (13-135 mu L/min) than the reported results, associated with the higher output pressure in our membranes. Importantly, the designed pump still possessed an excellent controllability of the fluidic processes, though it underwent a large bending up to 74 degrees. Consequently, the extremely promising application of the as-prepared microfluidic pump in wearable, biomedical devices was demonstrated.

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Core-shell structure Electromechanical performance Ferroelectric nanocomposites Interfacial polarization Microfluidic pump

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GB/T 7714 Zhao, Fengwan , Chen, Xiaoming , Zhang, Jie et al. A wearable, nozzle-diffuser microfluidic pump based on high-performance ferroelectric nanocomposites [J]. | SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL , 2021 , 347 .
MLA Zhao, Fengwan et al. "A wearable, nozzle-diffuser microfluidic pump based on high-performance ferroelectric nanocomposites" . | SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL 347 (2021) .
APA Zhao, Fengwan , Chen, Xiaoming , Zhang, Jie , Zhang, Xiaohui , Xie, Jun , Jin, Li et al. A wearable, nozzle-diffuser microfluidic pump based on high-performance ferroelectric nanocomposites . | SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL , 2021 , 347 .
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Flexible CoFeB/Silk Films for Biocompatible RF/Microwave Applications. EI PubMed SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2020 , 12 (46) , 51654-51661 | ACS applied materials & interfaces | IF: 9.229
WoS CC Cited Count: 2 SCOPUS Cited Count: 9
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Aiming to realize the integration of signal processing with the human body, wearable and implantable radio frequency (RF)/microwave devices are rapidly developed. However, the insufficiency in skin commonality and biocompatibility brings up challenges in making such devices. In this study, an ultra-flexible and biocompatible CoFeB/silk film is developed potentially for on-skin and implantable RF/microwave applications. Moreover, the CoFeB/silk films present controllable dissolvability in aqueous solutions and exhibit great potentials in applications for environmentally friendly disposable devices. A strain-tunable bandstop filter based on the CoFeB/silk film was fabricated, which exhibited a large frequency tunability of 3 GHz and ability in monitoring the finger-joints' motions. This concept and method of combining ferromagnetic materials with the biocompatible substrate offers a novel pathway for wearable/implantable applications.

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ferromagnetic resonance magnetic thin films magnetostriction RF/microwave silk fibroin

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GB/T 7714 Zhang Qi , Peng Bin , Zhao Yanan et al. Flexible CoFeB/Silk Films for Biocompatible RF/Microwave Applications. [J]. | ACS applied materials & interfaces , 2020 , 12 (46) : 51654-51661 .
MLA Zhang Qi et al. "Flexible CoFeB/Silk Films for Biocompatible RF/Microwave Applications." . | ACS applied materials & interfaces 12 . 46 (2020) : 51654-51661 .
APA Zhang Qi , Peng Bin , Zhao Yanan , Li Chunlei , Zhu Shukai , Shi Keqing et al. Flexible CoFeB/Silk Films for Biocompatible RF/Microwave Applications. . | ACS applied materials & interfaces , 2020 , 12 (46) , 51654-51661 .
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Matrix stiffness controls cardiac fibroblast activation through regulating YAP via AT1 R. PubMed SCIE
期刊论文 | 2020 , 235 (11) , 8345-8357 | Journal of cellular physiology | IF: 6.384
WoS CC Cited Count: 12
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Cardiac fibrosis is a common pathway leading to heart failure and involves continued activation of cardiac fibroblasts (CFs) into myofibroblasts during myocardium damage, causing excessive deposition of the extracellular matrix (ECM) and thus increases matrix stiffness. Increasing evidence has shown that stiffened matrix plays an important role in promoting CF activation and cardiac fibrosis, and several signaling factors mediating CF mechanotransduction have been identified. However, the key molecules that perceive matrix stiffness to regulate CF activation remain to be further explored. Here, we detected significantly increased expression and nuclear localization of Yes-associated protein (YAP) in native fibrotic cardiac tissues. By using mechanically regulated in vitro cell culture models, we found that a stiff matrix-induced high expression and nuclear localization of YAP in CFs, accompanied by enhanced cell activation. We also demonstrated that YAP knockdown decreased fibrogenic response of CFs and that YAP overexpression promoted CF activation, indicating that YAP plays an important role in mediating matrix stiffness-induced CF activation. Further mechanistic studies revealed that the YAP pathway is an important signaling branch downstream of angiotensin II type 1 receptor in CF mechanotransduction. The findings help elucidate the mechanism of fibrotic mechanotransduction and may contribute to the development of new approaches for treating fibrotic diseases.

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cardiac fibrosis hydrogel mechanical microenvironment mechanotransduction Yes-associated protein

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GB/T 7714 Niu Lele , Jia Yuanbo , Wu Mian et al. Matrix stiffness controls cardiac fibroblast activation through regulating YAP via AT1 R. [J]. | Journal of cellular physiology , 2020 , 235 (11) : 8345-8357 .
MLA Niu Lele et al. "Matrix stiffness controls cardiac fibroblast activation through regulating YAP via AT1 R." . | Journal of cellular physiology 235 . 11 (2020) : 8345-8357 .
APA Niu Lele , Jia Yuanbo , Wu Mian , Liu Han , Feng Yanjing , Hu Yan et al. Matrix stiffness controls cardiac fibroblast activation through regulating YAP via AT1 R. . | Journal of cellular physiology , 2020 , 235 (11) , 8345-8357 .
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Microfluidic Printing of Three-Dimensional Graphene Electroactive Microfibrous Scaffolds EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2020 , 12 (2) , 2049-2058 | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES | IF: 9.229
WoS CC Cited Count: 20 SCOPUS Cited Count: 31
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Graphene materials have attracted special attention because of their electrical conductivity, mechanical properties, and favorable biocompatibility. Although various methods have been developed for fabricating micro/nano conductive fibrous scaffolds, it is still challenging to fabricate the three-dimensional (3D) graphene fibrous scaffolds. Herein, we developed a new method, termed as microfluidic 3D printing technology (M3DP), to fabricate 3D graphene oxide (GO) microfibrous scaffolds with an adjustable fiber length, fiber diameter, and scaffold structure by integrating the microfluidic spinning technology with a programmable 3D printing system. GO microfibrous scaffolds were then transformed into conductive reduced graphene oxide (rGO) microfibrous scaffolds by hydrothermal reduction. Our results demonstrated that the fabricated 3D fibrous graphene scaffolds exhibited tunable structures, maneuverable mechanical properties, and good electrical conductivity and biocompatibility, as reflected by the adhesion and proliferation of SH-SY5Y cells on the graphene microfibrous scaffolds in an obviously oriented manner. The developed M3DP would be a powerful tool for fabricating 3D graphene microfibrous scaffolds for electroactive tissue regeneration and drug-screening applications.

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3D printing graphene fiber graphene oxide microfluidic spinning tissue engineering

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GB/T 7714 Qing, Huaibin , Ji, Yuan , Li, Wenfang et al. Microfluidic Printing of Three-Dimensional Graphene Electroactive Microfibrous Scaffolds [J]. | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES , 2020 , 12 (2) : 2049-2058 .
MLA Qing, Huaibin et al. "Microfluidic Printing of Three-Dimensional Graphene Electroactive Microfibrous Scaffolds" . | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES 12 . 2 (2020) : 2049-2058 .
APA Qing, Huaibin , Ji, Yuan , Li, Wenfang , Zhao, Guoxu , Yang, Qingzhen , Zhang, Xiaohui et al. Microfluidic Printing of Three-Dimensional Graphene Electroactive Microfibrous Scaffolds . | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES , 2020 , 12 (2) , 2049-2058 .
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