A self-assembling helix formed from nateglinide, a complementary diabetes treatment, provides a protective coating that could open the door to an oral insulin medication.
Scientists delve into how repairing dysfunctional brain circuits in Parkinson’s can offer another path forward for new treatment strategies.
A membrane embedded with magnetic microdisks mechanically stimulates pancreatic cells to produce insulin, which could help treat diabetes.
Researchers demonstrate a technique for reliably coating microneedles with antibacterial agents
A specific epigenetic signature in patients who respond to chemotherapy offers potential to improve treatment.
To curb the rising threat of fungal infections, researchers crafted iron oxide nanoparticles as speedy, effective, and inexpensive antifungal agents.
To minimize inflammation in IBD, scientists have developed a synthetic enzyme that targets multiple problematic pathways.
To understand CBD’s impact and the risks associated with consumption, researchers explore how a fellow brain cell prevents toxicity in neurons.
This clever drug delivery platform could improve HIV patients’ adherence to treatment and help eradicate the virus.
Inspired by brain-invading bacteria, researchers have created nanocapsules that covertly shuttle drugs across the blood–brain barrier.