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Volume 18,
Issue 5,
September 2023

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Biointerphases is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal featuring all aspects of quantitative soft matter interfaces: chemistry, physics, engineering, theory, and modeling.

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An often-quoted statement attributed to Wolfgang Pauli is that God made the bulk, but the surface was invented by the devil. Although humorous, the statement really reflects frustration in developing ...
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The current clinical standards for infected chronic wounds are oral and topical antibiotics. These strategies are problematic because antibiotic resistance can occur with prolonged use. As an ...

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