Researchers investigate molecules that could have led the way to life on Earth.
Plasma printing pre-treatment contributes to increased print resolution with conductive nano inks on flexible polymer substrates.
For fundamental biological studies or complex investigations of drug behaviour, ParaStamp is a powerful enabling technology.
Engineerined protein nanofibrils show a much higher binding capacity for antibody purification compared to current gold standard.
A knowledge base called PeptideTracker has been designed for collecting and storing information on protein concentrations in biological tissues derived from different experiments along with the acquisition protocols and conditions used.
Biosensors using natural and artificial antibodies show different responses. Both systems are tracked with pico-newton resolution to find out why.
A review of the methods for modeling and analyzing online user behaviors found in social networks.
Do not expect RNA to sit still. Although structural investigations typically illustrate a single, more or less static picture of an RNA, most RNAs most undergo conformational changes to exert their cellular function.
Taking the headache out of brain surgery: these gold nanoparticles cross the blood–brain barrier and report when they hit tumour tissue.
TopoWellPlate, a 96-well plate based material topography library, enables mechanistic studies on cell-material interactions using standard molecular methods.
Microexon regulation has the ability to modulate protein properties, including mechanistic links to diseases like autism.
The iron biochemistry from the point of view of inorganic and physical chemistry is discussed in a new review.