APL Bioengineering

(The TQCC of APL Bioengineering is 15. 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 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
The rheology of direct and suspended extrusion bioprinting87
Emergence of FRESH 3D printing as a platform for advanced tissue biofabrication86
The rationale and emergence of electroconductive biomaterial scaffolds in cardiac tissue engineering68
Recent advances on polymeric hydrogels as wound dressings67
Label-free microfluidic sorting of microparticles57
Artificial intelligence for brain diseases: A systematic review56
Balance of interstitial flow magnitude and vascular endothelial growth factor concentration modulates three-dimensional microvascular network formation52
Electrospinning and emerging healthcare and medicine possibilities49
Evaluation of current diagnostic methods for COVID-1947
Biohybrid robot with skeletal muscle tissue covered with a collagen structure for moving in air39
Microfluidics-based skin irritation test using in vitro 3D angiogenesis platform38
Skin-on-a-chip models: General overview and future perspectives38
Sex differences in the blood–brain barrier and neurodegenerative diseases37
Complex 3D bioprinting methods35
3D bioprinting and its potential impact on cardiac failure treatment: An industry perspective35
Development of 3D neuromuscular bioactuators34
Microglia-targeting nanotherapeutics for neurodegenerative diseases33
Cell shape, and not 2D migration, predicts extracellular matrix-driven 3D cell invasion in breast cancer32
Functional hydrogels for diabetic wound management32
Mechanical changes of peripheral nerve tissue microenvironment and their structural basis during development31
Sonification based de novo protein design using artificial intelligence, structure prediction, and analysis using molecular modeling29
Occlusive thrombosis in arteries28
Microfluidic platform for three-dimensional cell culture under spatiotemporal heterogeneity of oxygen tension27
Nanoerythrosome-functionalized biohybrid microswimmers27
Recent advancements in enzyme-mediated crosslinkable hydrogels: In vivo-mimicking strategies26
Cyclic tangential flow filtration system for isolation of extracellular vesicles25
Addressing present pitfalls in 3D printing for tissue engineering to enhance future potential25
Toward improved in vitro models of human cancer25
A novel method to make viscoelastic polyacrylamide gels for cell culture and traction force microscopy24
Mind the gap: State-of-the-art technologies and applications for EEG-based brain–computer interfaces22
Fluorescence strategies for mapping cell membrane dynamics and structures22
Biomaterials-based formulations and surfaces to combat viral infectious diseases21
The effects of surface topography modification on hydrogel properties21
Fundamentals of light-cell–polymer interactions in photo-cross-linking based bioprinting20
Wearable devices for continuous monitoring of biosignals: Challenges and opportunities20
New contrast agents for photoacoustic imaging and theranostics: Recent 5-year overview on phthalocyanine/naphthalocyanine-based nanoparticles19
AAV-mediated gene therapy targeting TRPV4 mechanotransduction for inhibition of pulmonary vascular leakage19
Reconstituting the dynamics of endothelial cells and fibroblasts in wound closure18
Microrheology for biomaterial design18
Functional hydrogel bioink, a key challenge of 3D cellular bioprinting18
Peptide functionalized liposomes for receptor targeted cancer therapy18
Emerging trends in modeling human liver disease in vitro17
Nuclear lamins: Structure and function in mechanobiology17
Brain-on-a-Chip: Characterizing the next generation of advanced in vitro platforms for modeling the central nervous system17
Photolithographic shape control of DNA hydrogels by photo-activated self-assembly of DNA nanostructures17
Atomic force microscopy—A tool for structural and translational DNA research17
Stimuli-responsive biomaterials for cardiac tissue engineering and dynamic mechanobiology16
Emergence of functional neuromuscular junctions in an engineered, multicellular spinal cord-muscle bioactuator16
Emerging applications at the interface of DNA nanotechnology and cellular membranes: Perspectives from biology, engineering, and physics16
Liver–Heart on chip models for drug safety16
Microphysiological systems modeling acute respiratory distress syndrome that capture mechanical force-induced injury-inflammation-repair16
Cell biomechanics and mechanobiology in bacteria: Challenges and opportunities15
Remodeling of an in vitro microvessel exposed to cyclic mechanical stretch15
Endothelial mechanobiology15
Analysis of mitral valve regurgitation by computational fluid dynamics15
An organosynthetic soft robotic respiratory simulator15
Surface engineering at the nanoscale: A way forward to improve coronary stent efficacy15