Compared to other platforms, this new “on-a-chip” system allows membrane proteins to be studied in their natural state.
A new hydrogel platform helps monitor chemotherapies in the body in real-time, allowing their side effects and potency to be better understood.
Chemically driven nanomotors may help resolve chronic inflammation in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
An extensive database will help scientists better understand the link between our gut microbiota and depression to inform new, tailored therapies.
Red blood cells grown in a laboratory have now been transfused into another person in a world first clinical trial.
In patients with spinal cord injury, an implanted neurotransmitter restored their ability to walk, but underlying reasons were unexpected.
Stimulating neuron growth using a new mRNA therapy, researchers hope to treat chronic pain caused by disease, injury, or chemotherapy.
Artificial enzymes could help bring down the manufacturing costs of different medications, making them more available to patients.
Ultrasound therapy, which stimulates neural pathways, just became easier to evaluate, opening the door for better clinical data.
This nanoparticle cancer therapy hijacks biological processes to target cancer cells and destroy them with self-assembling components.