A Special Issue that reports on the latest technical developments in QPI used to study the mechanisms of cancer and neurodegenerative disorders, to develop multispecific pharmaceutical formulations, and as a robust segmentation technology for microbial cells.
The human skin is an organ with amazing sensory properties. It can pick up a variety of sensations from its environment. Mimicking those properties in wearable electronics skins would offer a variety of applications for human–machine communication— imagine if you...
Dr. Lucio Costa and co-workers describe six different behavioral tests in the three main areas affected in ASD (repetitive behavior, communication, social interactions).
Sb2Te3 nanoplates decorated with two-dimensional chalcogenide self-assembled Ag, with spiral growth.
May’s Advanced Healthcare Materials covers.
A regenerative coating system inspired by biology that is a simplified synthetic analog of skin, with a vascularized substrate (dermis-like) and protective coating (epidermis-like) is demonstrated.
A series of monolithic porous Au with different pore sizes were successfully synthesized.
A proposed mechanism for O-ATRP to discern the photophysical and chemical design principles that enable an organic molecule to serve as a catalyst for O-ATRP is described.
A review of methods that can be applied to study the control of proliferation (and the proliferative hierarchy, especially the role of the elusive stem cells) in a wide variety of animal models.
Researchers report a study on the proteins of the natural mummy of Cangrande della Scala (Prince of Verona, Northern Italy).
In their review in BioEssays, Ido Livneh et al. discuss recent findings that establish monoubiquitination as a proteasomal targeting signal.
New protocols for the isolation of UC-MSCs are explored, including several helpful, individual protocols to aid quality control and ensure that the UC-MSCs are characterized thoroughly while improving yield.
Young researcher studies the smells of plastic waste used in manufacturing recycled plastics.