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.
Living cells are capable of synthesizing a staggering number of complex molecules from a few precursors. Such processes in natural materials allow for continuous, efficient, and autonomous (re)generation and adaptation in response to external factors. These properties...
German researchers tested the efficacy of cold atmospheric plasma in the inactivation and removal of infections.
French scientists report on their new findings on fragments and dust after holmium laser lithotripsy with and without ‘Moses technology’ applied to urinary stones.
A team of Argentinian researchers developed a superhydrophobic and oleophilic carbonaceous nanosponge (CN) with high adsorption capacity for selective oil removal from water which could be used in case of oil spills.
Novel findings suggest that miR‐146a‐5p may be useful as a noninvasive biomarker and as a targeted therapeutic in several cancers.
Proteins with similar domain structures and activities have been found throughout eukaryotes, demonstrating that this protein family arose from an ancient ancestor.
Chinese researchers combined a glow‐like helium atmospheric pressure plasma jet with clinical antitumor drug‐Tegafur‐ to treat pancreatic tumor cells in vitro.
Antimicrobial polymers as a promising alternative to traditional antibiotic treatments.
The pioneer of silk-based materials, David Kaplan has been working tirelessly to give us a deeper understanding of this fascinating material.
Reflecting impact, or just empty buzz?
A team of researchers develop a graphene-based tumor cell nuclear targeting fluorescent nanoprobe (GTTN) with a cell membrane permeability targeting mechanism.