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Publications:  Dr Yejiao Shi

Radvar E, Shi Y, Grasso S, Edwards-Gayle CJC, Liu X, Mauter MS, Castelletto V, Hamley IW et al.(2020). Magnetic field-induced alignment of nanofibrous supramolecular membranes: a molecular design approach to create tissue-like biomaterials. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces Article acsami.0c05191,
Wu Y, Wang W, Mata A, Pugno N, Azevedo H, Karabasov S, Titirici M-M(2020). Disordered protein-graphene oxide co-assembly and supramolecular biofabrication of functional fluidic devices. Nature Communications
Shi Y, Ferreira D, Banerjee J, Pickford A, Azevedo HS(2019). Tuning the Matrix Metalloproteinase-1 Degradability of Peptide Amphiphile Nanofibers through Supramolecular Engineering. Biomaterials Science
Lombardi L, Shi Y, Falanga A, Galdiero E, de Alteriis E, Franci G, Chourpa I, Azevedo HS et al.(2019). Enhancing the Potency of Antimicrobial Peptides through Molecular Engineering and Self-Assembly. Biomacromolecules vol. 20, (3) 1362-1374.
Li B, He W, Ye L, Zhu Y, Tian Y, Chen L, Yang J, Miao M et al.(2019). Targeted Delivery of Sildenafil for Inhibiting Pulmonary Vascular Remodeling. Hypertension vol. 73, (3) 703-711.
Shi Y, Lin R, Cui H, Azevedo HS(2018). Multifunctional Self-Assembling Peptide-Based Nanostructures for Targeted Intracellular Delivery: Design, Physicochemical Characterization, and Biological Assessment. Methods Mol Biol vol. 1758, 11-26.
Ribeiro S, Radvar E, Shi Y, Borges J, Pirraco RP, Leonor IB, Mano JF, Reis RL et al.(2017). Nanostructured interfacial self-assembled peptide–polymer membranes for enhanced mineralization and cell adhesion. Nanoscale vol. 9, (36) 13670-13682.
Shi Y, Hu Y, Ochbaum G, Lin R, Bitton R, Cui H, Azevedo HS(2017). Enzymatic activation of cell-penetrating peptides in self-assembled nanostructures triggers fibre-to-micelle morphological transition. Chemical Communications vol. 53, (52) 7037-7040.
Shi Y, Conde J, Azevedo HS(2017). Empowering the potential of cell-penetrating peptides for targeted intracellular delivery via molecular self-assembly. vol. 1030,
Banerjee J, Shi Y, Azevedo HS(2016). In vitro blood-brain barrier models for drug research: state-of-the-art and new perspectives on reconstituting these models on artificial basement membrane platforms. Drug Discovery Today vol. early view online, 1367-1386.
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