Looking back over the last 10 years, we would like to share with you some of the very best articles that have been published in RSC Advances. Many of these papers have been cited hundreds of times, providing valuable advances for further research, and some continue to be among the journal’s most downloaded articles as of today. Over the years, new findings in chemistry have been published in the journal but there are also high quality reviews – they truly are gifts between researchers serving as valuable sources of information for anyone needing an update or is new to a field.
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We hope you enjoy our 10th Anniversary collections!
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Development of 3D PVA scaffolds for cardiac tissue engineering and cell screening applications
Elisabetta Dattola, Elvira Immacolata Parrotta, Stefania Scalise, Gerardo Perozziello, Tania Limongi, Patrizio Candeloro, Maria Laura Coluccio, Carmine Maletta, Luigi Bruno, Maria Teresa De Angelis, Gianluca Santamaria, Vincenzo Mollace, Ernesto Lamanna, Enzo Di Fabrizio and Giovanni Cuda
Mechanical and physicochemical behavior of a 3D hydrogel scaffold during cell growth and proliferation
Rebeca E. Rivero, Virginia Capella, A. Cecilia Liaudat, Pablo Bosch, Cesar A. Barbero, Nancy Rodríguez and Claudia R. Rivarola
Facile synthesis of novel size-controlled antibacterial hybrid spheres using silver nanoparticles loaded with poly-dopamine spheres
Hongyong Luo, Changwei Gu, Weihua Zheng, Fei Dai, Xinling Wang and Zhen Zheng
Fucoidans from brown seaweeds: an update on structures, extraction techniques and use of enzymes as tools for structural elucidation
Marcel Tutor Ale and Anne S. Meyer
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