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Acta Biomaterialia

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Acta Biomaterialia is an international journal that publishes peer-reviewed original research reports, review papers and communications in the broadly defined field of biomaterials science. The emphasis of the journal is on the relationship between biomaterial structure and function at all length scales. The journal is committed to rapid peer-review and publication.

The scope of Acta Biomaterialia includes: Hypothesis-driven design of biomaterials Biomaterial surface science linking structure to biocompatibility, including protein adsorption and cellular interactions Biomaterial mechanical characterization and modeling at all scales Molecular, statistical and other types of modeling applied to capture biomaterial behavior Interactions of biological species with defined surfaces Combinatorial approaches to biomaterial development Structural biology as it relates structure to function for biologically derived materials that have application as a medical material, or as it aids in understanding the biological response to biomaterials Methods for biomaterial characterization Processing of biomaterials to achieve specific functionality Materials development for arrayed genomic and proteomic screening Benefits to authorsFree and automatic manuscript deposit service to meet NIH public access requirements at one year; Multiple options for data-sharing (see http://www.materialstoday.com/materials-genome-initiative/); Free author pdf and Sharelink share your article with your peers (see http://www.elsevier.com/journal-authors/share-link); And more information on our author services can be found herePlease see our Guide for Authors for information on article submission. If you require any further information or help, please visit our support pages: http://support.elsevier.com

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Tipo: revistas

ISSN impreso

1742-7061

ISSN electrónico

1878-7568

Editor responsable

Elsevier

País de edición

Países Bajos

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