A bioinspired sono-immunotherapeutic nanocapturer to protect us from multidrug-resistant bacterial infections.
In today’s fast-changing scientific landscape, interdisciplinary fields are the new normal and clinical trials for new therapies are exploding. On the scientific information side, the WIREs series presents current, comprehensive reviews of the pioneering research that...
The neural survival mechanism that prioritizes water over food when the chips are down…
How developmental cues specify these distinct cell types in embryos and coordinate their patterning into functional tissues is one of the fundamental questions of developmental biology.
In a recent Review, a summary of 2D nanomaterials for used in cancer theranostics is provided.
TopoWellPlate, a 96-well plate based material topography library, enables mechanistic studies on cell-material interactions using standard molecular methods.
Researchers from Sweden describe a biomimetic 3D corneal model with keratocytes on patterned silk-fibroin.
Current advances in that latest progress in shifting the upconversion excitation wavelengths of lanthanide doped upconversion nanoparticles to a biological “sweet spot” of 800nm.
A checklist for our authors on the use and presentation of data and statistics.
A detailed protocol to assess microRNA function in explanted organs is presented.
A protocol for a unique high-throughput assay to identify novel small-molecule inhibitors of cell migration.
In vitro Microfluidic Models of Tumor Microenvironment to Screen Transport of Drugs and Nanoparticles
Microfluidics offer significant advantages over traditional macroscale cell cultures by enabling recapitulation of the tumor microenvironment through precise control of physiological cues such as hydrostatic pressure, shear stress, oxygen, and nutrient gradients.