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Soft Matter for Biomedical Applications

Soft Matter Series

Series editors:

Hans-Jürgen Butt, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany

Ian W. Hamley, University of Reading, UK

Howard A. Stone, Princeton University, USA

Karen J. Edler, University of Bath, UK

Amy Shen, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Japan

Titles in this series:

1: Functional Molecular Gels

2: Hydrogels in Cell-based Therapies

3: Particle-stabilized Emulsions and Colloids: Formation and Applications

4: Fluid–Structure Interactions in Low-Reynolds-Number Flows

5: Non-wettable Surfaces: Theory, Preparation and Applications

6: Wormlike Micelles: Advances in Systems, Characterisation and Applications

7: Electrospinning: From Basic Research to Commercialization

8: Polymer-modified Liquid Crystals

9: Polymer Colloids: Formation, Characterization and Applications

10: Bijels: Bicontinuous Particle-stabilized Emulsions

11: Peptide-based Biomaterials

12: Droplet Microfluidics

13: Soft Matter for Biomedical Applications

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Soft Matter for Biomedical Applications

Edited by

Helena S. Azevedo

Queen Mary University of London, UK

João F. Mano

University of Aveiro, Portugal

Email: jmano@ua.pt

and

João Borges

University of Aveiro, Portugal

graphic

Soft Matter Series No. 13

Print ISBN: 978-1-78801-757-2

PDF ISBN: 978-1-83916-112-4

EPUB ISBN: 978-1-83916-113-1

Print ISSN: 2048-7681

Electronic ISSN: 2048-769X

A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library

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