In their review in BioEssays, Karl Duderstadt and colleagues challenge the long-held view that DNA replication follows a single highly reproducible sequence of molecular events.
Advanced Healthcare Materials Special issue on “Microphysiological Analytic Platforms (MAPs): Precision Organs on Chip” edited by Luke P. Lee.
This rise in the elderly population brings forward the concept of healthy aging and encourages scientists to conduct extensive research in cellular reprogramming.
By understanding the principles of scarless healing in a fetus, perhaps we could achieve scarless healing in mature, born humans.
In their review in BioEssays, Jean Peccoud and colleagues discuss the challenges and prospects of analyzing horizontal transfer of transposable elements on a large scale.
A study on the mechanisms and effects of RNA and microRNA editing on the initiation and progression of cancer.
Science fact catches up with science fiction: by exploiting magnetic levitation, biomanufacturing – creating living 3D structures – is now possible in zero gravity. Utkan Demirci discusses how this works.
Researchers in Barcelona have proposed a new mechanism for bone repair. They hope that the work might pave the way for advances in self-healing prostheses.
Cold-inducible RNA binding protein (CIRP) in human cancers is reviewed, where it has been implicated in tumor suppression and promotion.
An integrative approach of modeling and hydrogen-deuterium exchange helps to describe the enzyme that regulates glycogen levels in muscles and liver.