ISSN: 2717-5324 (Print) 2717-5332 (Online) Description

Nanoarchitectonics (e-ISSN 2717-5332, p-ISSN 2717-5324) is a peer-reviewed, open access, and interdisciplinary journal that integrates nanotechnology with the research fields of materials science, supramolecular chemistry, and bio-related sciences to fabricate functional materials from nanoscale building blocks. The objective is to foster comprehension and advancement in related disciplines while uncovering innovative insights.

The journal publishes articles that cover a wide range of topics, from fundamental aspects to applications of nanoscience and nanotechnology in material synthesis, structural fabrications, sensing, catalysts, environmental remediation, energy production and storage, device fabrications, and biological/biomedical treatments. This helps bridge the gap between atomic and device scales in the pursuit of new materials.

Original research articles, comprehensive reviews, concise communications, letters and perspectives are all eligible for...

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Perspective on an Emerging Frontier of Nanoscience Opened up by Dressed Photon Studies

by Hirofumi Sakuma, Izumi Ojima, Motoichi Ohtsu

ABSTRACT: The core parts of developing dressed photon (DP) research that require advanced knowledge of highly mathematical quantum field theory and their potentially important impacts on the wide spectrum...

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Stimulation of MSCs Osteogenic Differentiation on a Micro/ Nanofibrous Scaffold Using Mechanical Stimulation in the Perfusion Bioreactor

by Michala Rampichová, Věra Hedvičáková, Erna Šljivnjak, Veronika Hefka Blahnová, Věra Sovková, Radmila Žižková, Matej Buzgo, Eva Filová

ABSTRACT: In tissue engineering, the 3D constructs seeded with cells tested in vitro in static conditions suffer from poor cellular penetration and non-homogenous matrix deposition, due to the...

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Genetic Incorporation of Non-canonical Amino Acids in Anti-HER2 VHH: Expression and Characterization

by Nuria Ramos, Donna-Joe Bigot, Gabrielle Zeder-Lutz, Jean-Marc Strub, Adilya Dagkesamanskaya, Régis Fauré, Sébastien Nouaille, Cédric Y. Montanier, Gilles Ferry, Renaud Wagner, Sarah Cianférani, Jean Albert Boutin, Gilles Truan

ABSTRACT: Nanobodies– or VHH– are small proteins (~120 residues) issued from antibodies with an intact recognition for the original target of the antibody. In the present study, we show the possibility of...