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Intelligent Photosensitive Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Cell-Derived Microvesicles for Photothermal Therapy of Prostate Cancer
  • Liqun Huang
  • Chang Xu
  • Peng Xu
  • Yu Qin
  • Mengwei Chen
  • Qishuai Feng
  • Jing Pan
  • Qian Cheng
  • Feng Liang
  • Xiaofei Wen
  • Ying Wang
  • Yufang Shi
  • Yu Cheng
  • More

in Nanotheranostics (2019)

Microstructure and mechanical properties of a new cast nickel-based superalloy K4750 joint produced by gas tungsten arc welding process
  • Jilin Xie
  • Yingche Ma
  • Weiwei Xing
  • Meiqiong Ou
  • Long Zhang
  • Kui Liu
  • More

in Journal of Materials Science (2019)

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    Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science & Technology and Emeritus of the University of Berne, Switzerland

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