Acta Biomaterialia

(The H4-Index of Acta Biomaterialia is 79. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Antibacterial biohybrid nanofibers for wound dressings311
β-tricalcium phosphate for bone substitution: Synthesis and properties235
Tumor microenvironment targeted nanotherapeutics for cancer therapy and diagnosis: A review201
Nerve guide conduits for peripheral nerve injury repair: A review on design, materials and fabrication methods199
3D printing of electrically conductive hydrogels for tissue engineering and biosensors – A review188
Topical antimicrobial peptide formulations for wound healing: Current developments and future prospects182
Bio-inspired hydrogel composed of hyaluronic acid and alginate as a potential bioink for 3D bioprinting of articular cartilage engineering constructs180
Four-dimensional bioprinting: Current developments and applications in bone tissue engineering179
Hypoxic mesenchymal stem cell-derived exosomes promote bone fracture healing by the transfer of miR-126177
Exosomes from TNF-α-treated human gingiva-derived MSCs enhance M2 macrophage polarization and inhibit periodontal bone loss152
Additive manufacturing of biodegradable metals: Current research status and future perspectives151
Gemcitabine loaded autologous exosomes for effective and safe chemotherapy of pancreatic cancer149
Silk biomaterials in wound healing and skin regeneration therapeutics: From bench to bedside147
Poloxamer: A versatile tri-block copolymer for biomedical applications146
Current status and perspectives of zinc-based absorbable alloys for biomedical applications146
Challenges in the use of zinc and its alloys as biodegradable metals: Perspective from biomechanical compatibility142
Hybrid cell membrane-coated nanoparticles: A multifunctional biomimetic platform for cancer diagnosis and therapy138
Sprayable hydrogel dressing accelerates wound healing with combined reactive oxygen species-scavenging and antibacterial abilities135
In situ bioprinting – Bioprinting from benchside to bedside?135
3D and 4D printing in dentistry and maxillofacial surgery: Printing techniques, materials, and applications132
Synthetic bone: Design by additive manufacturing131
Aligned conductive core-shell biomimetic scaffolds based on nanofiber yarns/hydrogel for enhanced 3D neurite outgrowth alignment and elongation131
Polymeric and inorganic nanoscopical antimicrobial fillers in dentistry127
Enhanced cytocompatibility and antibacterial property of zinc phosphate coating on biodegradable zinc materials126
In situ forming and reactive oxygen species-scavenging gelatin hydrogels for enhancing wound healing efficacy125
Targeting strategies for superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles in cancer therapy121
Advancing bioinks for 3D bioprinting using reactive fillers: A review119
Permeability and mechanical properties of gradient porous PDMS scaffolds fabricated by 3D-printed sacrificial templates designed with minimal surfaces118
Comparative in vitro study on binary Mg-RE (Sc, Y, La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm, Eu, Gd, Tb, Dy, Ho, Er, Tm, Yb and Lu) alloy systems112
In situ formed anti-inflammatory hydrogel loading plasmid DNA encoding VEGF for burn wound healing110
From influenza to COVID-19: Lipid nanoparticle mRNA vaccines at the frontiers of infectious diseases108
A composite hydrogel with co-delivery of antimicrobial peptides and platelet-rich plasma to enhance healing of infected wounds in diabetes107
Development and quantitative characterization of the precursor rheology of hyaluronic acid hydrogels for bioprinting105
3D bioprinted mammary organoids and tumoroids in human mammary derived ECM hydrogels105
Corrosion resistance and antibacterial activity of zinc-loaded montmorillonite coatings on biodegradable magnesium alloy AZ31104
Magnesium matrix nanocomposites for orthopedic applications: A review from mechanical, corrosion, and biological perspectives104
Additively manufactured functionally graded biodegradable porous iron102
Strategies to use fibrinogen as bioink for 3D bioprinting fibrin-based soft and hard tissues101
Multi-material additive manufacturing technologies for Ti-, Mg-, and Fe-based biomaterials for bone substitution100
Cell membrane-camouflaged nanoparticles as drug carriers for cancer therapy100
An injectable hydrogel using an immunomodulating gelator for amplified tumor immunotherapy by blocking the arginase pathway100
Synergistic interplay between human MSCs and HUVECs in 3D spheroids laden in collagen/fibrin hydrogels for bone tissue engineering99
Macrophage phenotypes in tissue repair and the foreign body response: Implications for biomaterial-based regenerative medicine strategies99
(Photo-)crosslinkable gelatin derivatives for biofabrication applications99
Additively manufactured iron-manganese for biodegradable porous load-bearing bone scaffold applications98
Bioactive materials: In vitro investigation of different mechanisms of hydroxyapatite precipitation97
A biodegradable Zn-1Cu-0.1Ti alloy with antibacterial properties for orthopedic applications97
Bioprinting functional tissues92
Activating macrophages for enhanced osteogenic and bactericidal performance by Cu ion release from micro/nano-topographical coating on a titanium substrate92
Bone marrow mesenchymal stem cell-derived exosomes promote tendon regeneration by facilitating the proliferation and migration of endogenous tendon stem/progenitor cells92
In vitro and in vivo studies of Zn-Mn biodegradable metals designed for orthopedic applications91
PEG-based thermosensitive and biodegradable hydrogels89
Laser additive manufacturing of biodegradable magnesium alloy WE43: A detailed microstructure analysis89
Decellularized extracellular matrix bioinks and the external stimuli to enhance cardiac tissue development in vitro89
Biological properties of copper-doped biomaterials for orthopedic applications: A review of antibacterial, angiogenic and osteogenic aspects89
Recent advances in high-strength and elastic hydrogels for 3D printing in biomedical applications89
The role of calcium phosphate surface structure in osteogenesis and the mechanisms involved89
A 3D-printed PRP-GelMA hydrogel promotes osteochondral regeneration through M2 macrophage polarization in a rabbit model88
Influence of design and postprocessing parameters on the degradation behavior and mechanical properties of additively manufactured magnesium scaffolds87
Antibacterial adhesive self-healing hydrogels to promote diabetic wound healing86
A hydrogen sulfide-releasing alginate dressing for effective wound healing86
Graphene oxide: A growth factor delivery carrier to enhance chondrogenic differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells in 3D hydrogels86
Microfluidic organ-on-a-chip models of human liver tissue86
The effect of biomimetic calcium deficient hydroxyapatite and sintered β-tricalcium phosphate on osteoimmune reaction and osteogenesis84
Functionally engineered extracellular vesicles improve bone regeneration84
Breast cancer models: Engineering the tumor microenvironment84
Co–culture systems of osteoblasts and osteoclasts: Simulating in vitro bone remodeling in regenerative approaches83
Degradation behavior, cytotoxicity, hemolysis, and antibacterial properties of electro-deposited Zn–Cu metal foams as potential biodegradable bone implants83
3D printing of fibre-reinforced cartilaginous templates for the regeneration of osteochondral defects83
3D bioprinting of mechanically tuned bioinks derived from cardiac decellularized extracellular matrix83
The protein corona and its effects on nanoparticle-based drug delivery systems83
Probing prodrug metabolism and reciprocal toxicity with an integrated and humanized multi-tissue organ-on-a-chip platform83
3D bioprinting of graphene oxide-incorporated cell-laden bone mimicking scaffolds for promoting scaffold fidelity, osteogenic differentiation and mineralization83
Recent advances in PLGA-based biomaterials for bone tissue regeneration82
Mechanical, corrosion, and biocompatibility properties of Mg-Zr-Sr-Sc alloys for biodegradable implant applications81
Additively manufactured biodegradable porous zinc81
Polypeptide-based self-healing hydrogels: Design and biomedical applications81
The role of magnesium ions in bone regeneration involves the canonical Wnt signaling pathway80
Laser-based 3D bioprinting for spatial and size control of tumor spheroids and embryoid bodies80
Additively manufactured biodegradable porous metals79
Bi-layered micro-fibre reinforced hydrogels for articular cartilage regeneration79
In vitro evaluation of the ZX11 magnesium alloy as potential bone plate: Degradability and mechanical integrity79
A bioink blend for rotary 3D bioprinting tissue engineered small-diameter vascular constructs79
Dual stimuli-responsive metal-organic framework-based nanosystem for synergistic photothermal/pharmacological antibacterial therapy79
Prospects and strategies for magnesium alloys as biodegradable implants from crystalline to bulk metallic glasses and composites—A review79