Scientists pave way for nanobots to one day diagnose and treat disease with the first DNA-based motor to run on chemical energy.
A new take on CRISPR allows researchers to “paint” cells and observe never-before-seen cellular processes in great detail.
Artificial enzymes promise to not only help us understand the complex functioning of enzymes, but will create a new generation of biosystems for sustainable chemistry practices.
Circular RNAs (circRNAs) are covalently closed RNA circles and have become a favorite research topic.
The immunoglobulin G scaffold can be engineered to increase stability, improve efficacy, and allow novel functionality as a potent anti‐cancer therapeutic.
A new delivery system for siRNA targeting lung T cells.
Small RNAs and their associated RNA interference (RNAi) pathways underpin diverse mechanisms of gene regulation and genome defense across all three kingdoms of life and are integral to virus–host interactions.
Brain tumors are among the leading causes of cancer‐related deaths, exhibiting poor prognoses with little improvement in outcomes over the past several decades.
Mitochondrial mutations as cell lineage tracers.
Special issue in Advanced Healthcare Materials, edited by Jürgen Groll and Jos Malda, covers bioinks, melt electrowriting, printing bone tissue, islet cells, tendons, skin, trachea, kidneys and more.
Why do some crucial scientific discoveries get left out of the canon?
Advanced Materials board member Xiaodong Chen on his scientific and personal motivations.
Processing and maturation of precursor RNA species is coupled to RNA polymerase II transcription. Co‐transcriptional RNA processing helps to ensure efficient and proper capping, splicing, and 3′ end processing of different RNA species to help ensure quality control of the transcriptome.