The Editors of Small Methods are pleased to publish this special biomedical virtual issue. This collection highlights outstanding research in Small Methods...
Based on the Australian peacock spider, a small, silicon-based soft robot is developed.
Knowledge of the processes needed to make precursor cells of eggs and sperm gives insights into reproductive biology and infertility.
Lipid bilayer-coated polymeric nanoparticles can at as a long-acting, glucose-responsive insulin delivery system in type-I diabetes.
Mammalian cells are capable of recapping mRNAs that have lost their caps.
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The art of 4D bioprinting is creating multiresponsive smart architectures for nerve regeneration.
Researchers studied the possibilities of using cold atmospheric plasmas in wound healing and cancer treatment.
Sequencing of the human genome led to the surprising discovery that we do not have many more protein coding genes than presumably...
Manipulating the structural properties of a collagen scaffold allows it to act as a cellular sieve to guide tissue regeneration.