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    Global trends and hot topics in clinical applications of perovskite materials: a bibliometric analysis
    Tai–Long Shi, Yi–Fan Zhang, Meng–Xuan Yao, Chao Li, Hai–Cheng Wang, Chuan Ren, Jun–Sheng Bai, Xu Cui, Wei Chen
    Biomaterials Translational    2023, 4 (3): 131-141.   DOI: 10.12336/biomatertransl.2023.03.002
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    In recent years, perovskite has received increasing attention in the medical field. However, there has been a lack of related bibliometric analysis in this research field. This study aims to analyse the research status and hot topics of perovskite in the medical field from a bibliometric perspective and explore the research direction of perovskite. This study collected 1852 records of perovskite research in the medical field from 1983 to 2022 in the Web of Science (WOS) database. The country, institution, journal, cited references, and keywords were analysed using CiteSpace, VOS viewer, and Bibliometrix software. The number of articles related to perovskite research in the medical field has been increasing every year. China and USA have published the most papers and are the main forces in this research field. The University of London Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine is the most active institution and has contributed the most publications. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces is the most prolific journal in this field. “Medical electronic devices”, “X–rays”, and “piezoelectric materials” are the most researched directions of perovskite in the medical field. “Performance”, “perovskite”, and “solar cells” are the most frequently used keywords in this field. Advanced Materials is the most relevant and academically influential journal for perovskite research. Halide perovskites have been a hot topic in this field in recent years and will be a future research trend. X–ray, electronic medical equipment, and medical stents are the main research directions.

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    Wearable bioelectronic system for wound healing and management
    Xuanzuo Chen, Yizhong Peng
    Biomaterials Translational    2023, 4 (2): 65-66.   DOI: 10.12336/biomatertransl.2023.02.002
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    Implantable immune stents: a new opportunity for cancer treatment
    Fengxia Chen, Feifei Pu
    Biomaterials Translational    2023, 4 (1): 3-4.   DOI: 10.12336/biomatertransl.2023.01.002
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    Skeletal interoception: an emerging area for musculoskeletal research
    Zhidao Xia
    Biomaterials Translational    2022, 3 (4): 237-239.   DOI: 10.12336/biomatertransl.2022.04.001
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    Engineered exosomes for future gene-editing therapy
    Haoyu Guo, Xin Huang
    Biomaterials Translational    2022, 3 (4): 240-242.   DOI: 10.12336/biomatertransl.2022.04.003
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    Translation through collaboration: practice applied in BAMOS project in in vivo testing of innovative osteochondral scaffolds
    Ricardo Donate, Maryam Tamaddon, Viviana Ribeiro, Mario Monzón, J. Miguel Oliveira, Chaozong Liu
    Biomaterials Translational    2022, 3 (2): 102-104.   DOI: 10.12336/biomatertransl.2022.02.003
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    Osteoarthritis is the most common chronic degenerative joint disease, recognized by the World Health Organization as a public health problem that affects millions of people worldwide. The project Biomaterials and Additive Manufacturing: Osteochondral Scaffold (BAMOS) innovation applied to osteoarthritis, funded under the frame of the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Staff Exchanges (RISE) program, aims to delay or avoid the use of joint replacements by developing novel cost-effective osteochondral scaffold technology for early intervention of osteoarthritis. The multidisciplinary consortium of BAMOS, formed by international leading research centres, collaborates through research and innovation staff exchanges. The project covers all the stages of the development before the clinical trials: design of scaffolds, biomaterials development, processability under additive manufacturing, in vitro test, and in vivo test. This paper reports the translational practice adopted in the project in in vivo assessment of the osteochondral scaffolds developed.

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    A brief history of the development of stromal stem cells (stem cells of the skeleton)
    James T. Triffitt
    Biomaterials Translational    2021, 2 (4): 287-293.   DOI: 10.12336/biomatertransl.2021.04.003
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    Orthopaedic tissue engineering and stem cells - an unfulfilled promise
    James T. Triffitt
    Biomaterials Translational    2021, 2 (2): 89-90.   DOI: 10.12336/biomatertransl.2021.02.002
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    Development of personal protective equipment for the COVID-19 pandemic in Thailand and technical aspects of testing gown materials
    Visarut Buranasudja, Anongnat Somwangthanaroj, Suched Likitlersuang, Tirawat Boonyatee, Chartchalerm Isarankura-Na-Ayudhya, Jittima Amie Luckanagul
    Biomaterials Translational    2021, 2 (1): 3-9.   DOI: 10.3877/cma.j.issn.2096-112X.2021.01.002
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