Nanoscale rsc.li/nanoscale The Royal Society of Chemistry is the world's leading chemistry community. Through our high impact journals and publications we connect the world with the chemical sciences and invest the profits back into the chemistry community. IN THIS ISSUE ISSN 2040-3372 CODEN NANOHL 10(22) 10299–10742 (2018) Cover Inside cover See Jianxiang Zhang, See Ya-Ju Lee, Zu-Po Yang, Ruibing Wang et al., Meng-Tsan Tsai et al., pp. 10333–10336. pp. 10403–10411. Image reproduced by Image reproduced by permission of Ruibing Wang permission of Ya-Ju Lee from from Nanoscale, 2018, 10, Nanoscale, 2018, 10, 10403. REVIEW Quo vadis, unimolecular electronics? Robert Melville Metzger This paper reviews the present status of unimolecular electronics (UME). COMMUNICATIONS Inhibition of drug-induced seizure development in both zebraﬁsh and mouse models by a synthetic nanoreceptor Qiaoxian Huang, Kit Ieng Kuok, Xiangjun Zhang, Ludan Yue, Simon M. Y. Lee, Jianxiang Zhang* and Ruibing Wang* Cucurbituril inhibited the seizure-inducing neurotoxicity of a chemical on both zebraﬁsh and mice, suggesting its signiﬁcant clinical potential in toxicity-modulation. This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2018 Nanoscale,2018, 10, 10301–10314 | 10301 Editorial Staff Nanoscale Executive Editor Neil Hammond Managing Editor rsc.li/nanoscale Jeanne Andres Nanoscale publishes experimental and theoretical work across
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Published: Jun 7, 2018
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