MiRNAs area class of noncoding RNA important for gene expression regulation in many plants, animals and viruses.
Pluripotent stem cells have the ability to unlimitedly self‐renew and differentiate to any somatic cell lineage.
Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) are stray cancer cells that shed from the primary cancer site and travel to healthy tissues and organs via the blood or lymphatic circulation. Once CTCs settle in their new location, they transform healthy cells around them into cancerous cells.
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.
March’s Advanced Healthcare Materials covers
February’s top Advanced Healthcare Materials papers
A comprehensive physicochemical analysis of a prototype continuous glucose monitor developed as a less invasive and more patient-friendly alternative to the lancet based glucose monitors is reported.
Wearable sensors for quantitative assessment of hydration status.
John Rogers and co-workers report a soft, skin-mounted microfluidic system for sweat collection and analysis directly from and on the surface of the skin.
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.