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Top 16 Journal Publications in Biomedical Technology

Top 20 Journal Publications in Biomedical Technology
Top 20 Journal Publications in Biomedical Technology
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Here are some of the top publications in Biomedical Technology based on the number of citations:

  1. Latest Advances in Cryogel Technology for Biomedical Applications
    • Authors: Adnan Memić, T. Colombani, L. Eggermont, M. Rezaeeyazdi, Joseph M. Steingold, Zachary J. Rogers, Kasturi Joshi Navare, H. S. Mohammed, S. Bencherif
    • Publication Date: April 1, 2019
    • Cited By: 155 times
    • Abstract: This paper discusses the technological need for advanced materials with improved properties for emerging biomedical applications. It provides an overview of the methods for synthesis and characterization of cryogels, highlighting their unique properties and applications in bioseparation, tissue engineering, and other bioengineering disciplines.
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  2. Cell Membrane Coating Technology: A Promising Strategy for Biomedical Applications
    • Authors: Yao Liu, Jingshan Luo, Xiaojia Chen, Wei Liu, Tongkai Chen
    • Publication Date: November 16, 2019
    • Cited By: 149 times
    • Abstract: The paper provides a comprehensive overview of the theory of cell membrane coating technology and its applications. It discusses the advantages of nanoparticles coated with cell membranes in terms of biocompatibility and targeted functions.
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  3. Zebrafish as an animal model for biomedical research
    • Authors: Tae-Young Choi, Tae-Ik Choi, Yu-Ri Lee, S. Choe, Cheol‐Hee Kim
    • Publication Date: March 1, 2021
    • Cited By: 94 times
    • Abstract: The review focuses on zebrafish disease models for biomedical research, especially in developmental disorders, mental disorders, and metabolic diseases. It highlights the advantages of zebrafish in modeling human diseases.
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  4. Multimodal biomedical AI
    • Authors: J. Acosta, G. Falcone, P. Rajpurkar, E. Topol
    • Publication Date: September 1, 2022
    • Cited By: 89 times
    • Abstract: The paper outlines the key applications of multimodal artificial intelligence in health, capturing the complexity of human health and disease. It explores opportunities in personalized medicine, digital clinical trials, remote monitoring, and more.
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  5. Non-invasive drug delivery technology: development and current status of transdermal drug delivery devices, techniques and biomedical applications
    • Authors: N. Akhtar, VarshaM. Singh, Mohammad Yusuf, R. Khan
    • Publication Date: January 11, 2020
    • Cited By: 71 times
    • Abstract: The paper discusses the challenges of delivering payloads across the skin barrier to the systemic circulation. It reviews various non-invasive, non-oral methods, devices, and systems developed for transdermal delivery, including their merits and shortcomings.
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  6. Scale-up of Electrospinning: Market Overview of Products and Devices for Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Purposes
    • Authors: S. Omer, László Forgách, R. Zelkó, I. Sebe
    • Publication Date: February 1, 2021
    • Cited By: 63 times
    • Abstract: The study provides an overview of the most recent electrospinning approaches developed for large-scale production of nanofibers. It discusses the challenges and examples of applied approaches in drug delivery systems and mentions various commercial products and devices.
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  7. Outcomes from a Postgraduate Biomedical Technology Innovation Training Program: The First 12 Years of Stanford Biodesign
    • Authors: T. Brinton, Christine Q. Kurihara, D. Camarillo, J. Pietzsch, Julian Gorodsky, S. Zenios, R. Doshi, C. Shen, U. Kumar, Anurag Mairal, Jay Watkins, R. Popp, Paul J. Wang, J. Makower, T. Krummel, P. Yock
    • Publication Date: February 13, 2013
    • Cited By: 58 times
    • Abstract: The paper reviews the initial outcomes of the Stanford Biodesign Program, which began in 2001 with a mission to train leaders in biomedical technology innovation. It discusses the program’s impact on technology innovation across industry and academia.
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  8. Flexible sensors for biomedical technology
    • Authors: D. Vilela, A. Romeo, S. Sánchez
    • Publication Date: January 26, 2016
    • Cited By: 54 times
    • Abstract: The paper focuses on the recent advances achieved in flexible devices applied on the human skin for biomedical and healthcare purposes. It highlights the importance of non-invasive health-monitoring devices in improving patient life.
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  9. Teaching Biomedical Technology Innovation as a Discipline
    • Authors: P. Yock, T. Brinton, S. Zenios
    • Publication Date: July 20, 2011
    • Cited By: 50 times
    • Abstract: The paper discusses the emerging academic discipline of biomedical technology innovation. It highlights the differences in the process of innovation for medical technologies compared to biopharmaceuticals and outlines the challenges and opportunities in developing a discipline of medtech innovation.
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  10. Role of Nanofluids in Drug Delivery and Biomedical Technology: Methods and Applications
    • Authors: Mojgan Sheikhpour, Mohadeseh Arabi, A. Kasaeian, Ali Rokn Rabei, Z. Taherian
    • Publication Date: July 24, 2020
    • Cited By: 49 times
    • Abstract: The paper provides an overview of the wide biomedical applications of nanofluids, such as diagnosis and therapy. It emphasizes the potential of magnetic nanofluid systems for targeted drug delivery, hyperthermia, and differential diagnosis, as well as the use of nanofluids as potential antibacterial agents.
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  11. Drug discovery is an eternal challenge for the biomedical sciences
    • Authors: L. Hua, Wei Wenyi, Hongxi Xu
    • Publication Date: January 1, 2022
    • Cited By: 46 times
    • Abstract: The abstract provided is not comprehensive. However, the title suggests a focus on the ongoing challenges and developments in the field of drug discovery within the biomedical sciences.
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  12. Biomedical Applications of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles: Current Insights Progress and Perspectives
    • Authors: M. G. Montiel Schneider, M. J. Martín, Jessica Otarola, Ekaterina Vakarelska, V. Simeonov, V. Lassalle, M. Nedyalkova
    • Publication Date: January 1, 2022
    • Cited By: 44 times
    • Abstract: The review summarizes the role of iron oxide nanoparticles in biomedical research. It focuses on their application for cancer diagnostics and therapy, nano theranostics, multimodal therapy, and the potential of combining different nanomaterials for optimal biomedical use.
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  13. Two-photon polymerization nanolithography technology for fabrication of stimulus-responsive micro/nano-structures for biomedical applications
    • Authors: Zhenjia Huang, Gary Chi-Pong Tsui, Yu Deng, C. Tang
    • Publication Date: January 1, 2020
    • Cited By: 40 times
    • Abstract: The paper discusses the micro/nano-fabrication technology via two-photon polymerization (TPP) nanolithography. It emphasizes the importance of photoinitiators (PIs) and photoresists for fabricating high-precision stimulus-responsive micro/nano-structures for various biomedical applications.
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  14. Self-assembled Nanogel Engineering for Advanced Biomedical Technology
    • Authors: Y. Sasaki, K. Akiyoshi
    • Publication Date: February 25, 2012
    • Cited By: 38 times
    • Abstract: The abstract provided is not comprehensive. However, the title suggests a focus on the engineering of self-assembled nanogels for advanced biomedical applications.
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  15. Novel Trends in Hydrogel Development for Biomedical Applications: A Review
    • Authors: P. Sánchez-Cid, M. Jiménez‐Rosado, A. Romero, V. Perez-Puyana
    • Publication Date: July 26, 2022
    • Cited By: 37 times
    • Abstract: The review discusses the challenges faced by biomedical applications and how hydrogels have been proposed as solutions. It covers the properties of hydrogels, their synthesis, and the recent trends in their development for biomedical applications.
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  16. Freeform 3D printing of soft matters: recent advances in technology for biomedical engineering
    • Authors: Shengyang Chen, W. Tan, Muhammad Aidil Bin Juhari, Qian Shi, Xue Shirley Cheng, Wai Lee Chan, Juha Song
    • Publication Date: September 29, 2020
    • Cited By: 29 times
    • Abstract: The article focuses on the recent developments in freeform 3D printing of soft matters such as hydrogels, cells, and silicone elastomers for biomedical engineering. It classifies the reported freeform 3D printing systems and discusses the potential applications in different areas of biomedical engineering.
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