Nanovesicles that directly attack tumors and promote sustained tumor killing by resident T cells could enhance the effectiveness of tumor immunotherapy.
“Brain-on-a-chip” shows minute-by-minute how the blood–brain barrier reacts to high levels of inflammation.
Scientists are looking to improve the outlook for patients with bladder cancer by advancing a laser-based photothermal therapy.
A polymer composite spray was shown to not only limit SARS-CoV-2 infection, but also hinders transmission in this proof-of-concept study.
A new class of hydrogels leverage light for better drug delivery and regenerative medicine treatment.
Self-propelling microparticles enhance the dissolution of drugs in the stomach, achieving better bioavailability without the side effects of high dosing.
A new drug-laden gel allows for better levels of uptake in both the blood and the brain.
Researchers uncover how malaria infiltrates the blood–brain barrier and contributes to disease severity.
Bioengineered pancreatic beta cells adorned with immune checkpoint proteins prevent the progression of type 1 diabetes.
A microneedle patch that delivers antibiotics directly into the affected skin area could help treat deadly bacterial infections.