February’s top Advanced Healthcare Materials papers
A biomaterial system for immune modulation through expansion of antigen-specific regulatory T cells.
A hybrid platform of microfluidics and nanofibers to reproduce artificial cellular microenvironments with a variety of cellular densities and scaffolds is reported.
A detailed protocol to assess microRNA function in explanted organs is presented.
A protocol for a unique high-throughput assay to identify novel small-molecule inhibitors of cell migration.
A new approach to prevent wound infections: Antimicrobial activities and microbial barrier properties can be designed in a single biopolymer.
A robust and reproducible method for "direct programming" of acinar cells into functional beta cells with a polycistronic viral construct and viral...
Research highlights from this month’s Advanced Healthcare Materials issues.
A 16S rRNA targeting oligonucleotide probe to improve target organism specificity and lowers costs for detection of low-level E. coli/Shigella contamination.
Results suggest that treatments targeting the activation of specific receptors may be efficacious in preventing the development or relapse of anorexia nervosa.