An overview of the most recent literature relevant to mRNA delivery helps readers to obtain an overall concept and direction of nanoscale platforms for mRNA delivery.
The interplay between people and nature is clear.
Architesh Panda explores how the usage of the concept of ‘transformational adaptation’ (TA) in the context of agriculture has increased in recent years.
How can we avoid ethical blind spots in our efforts to help displaced communities rebuild their lives?
Information about, and analysis of, how hydrological systems might respond to climate change is important for supporting best practice water planning decisions.
In situ vaccination therapy has immense potential in cancer treatment for clinical use. To date, in situ vaccination is already used to treat bladder cancer and melanoma, and with further study could become an important approach to expand immune-based cancer treatment.
Rational design of nanoparticles with state-of-the-art strategies can effectively improve the penetration as well as therapeutic efficacy of cancer nanomedicines
The chaperone Hfq speeds up match-making between small regulatory RNA and mRNA in bacteria, helping bacteria respond to stress or changed growth conditions.
A novel way to measure rainfall, namely using microwave links from cellular communication networks as path-average rain gauges, is discussed.
DNA origami nanobiosensor: The binding of the bioanalyte (left) with the ssDNA-associated bioreceptor (center) on the surface of the DNA origami is transduced as a measurable change in properties (right) that can be recognized and quantified by a detector.