Researchers from Case Western Reserve University present an efficient non-viral gene delivery system for safe gene therapy to treat genetic eye disorders.
Nanowires can be produced by pulling DNA over micropillar arrays, leaving a simple overcoating step to improve conductivity.
Researchers have developed a DNA biosensor system by controlling the aggregation of AuNPs using horseradish-peroxidase-mimicking DNAzyme.
Researchers at Texas A&M have observed dynamics that could otherwise be discounted as noise in DNA/small molecule interactions.
Physicists have developed a “planet-satellite model” to precisely connect and arrange nanoparticles in three-dimensional structures.
Researchs show that combining nanoparticles and DNA nanotechnology can amplify the signal obtained from imaging the extracellular matrix.
Ciro Chiappini, Imperial College London, and Ian T. Hoffecker, Kyoto University report on the recent workshop held in Sant Feliu de Guixols,...
Cells can be grown in micropatterns of poly-D-lysine on graphene, opening a door for cell bassed sensor applications.
Scientists have found an efficient way to deliver nanoparticles containing a wide range of biomolecules without using endocytosis, for faster drug delivery.
Bioplastics have often poor mechanical properties. Adding a small amount of traditional petroleum plastics solves the problem.