Pluripotent stem cells have the ability to unlimitedly self‐renew and differentiate to any somatic cell lineage.
Scientists in Italy aim to keep Alzheimer’s disease in check.
A new skin-mounted sensor uses the skin itself as a floating electrode, enabling low-power health monitoring and doubles as an electroluminescent display.
A protocol for a unique high-throughput assay to identify novel small-molecule inhibitors of cell migration.
The recently published Part II Special Issue on High Throughput and High Content Imaging and Cellular Informatics.
Bin Liu and co-workers highlight recently developed AIE polymer systems from synthesis to properties and biological applications.
A robust and reproducible method for “direct programming” of acinar cells into functional beta cells with a polycistronic viral construct and viral transduction of pancreatic tissue in vivo in mice is described.
Featuring Biofabrication, Intraocular Sensors and More: February’s Advanced Healthcare Materials Covers
Research highlights from this month’s Advanced Healthcare Materials issues.
Photothermal core-shell nanoparticles that can release nitric oxide upon NIR irradiation efficiently reversing multi-drug resistance in cancer.
A 16S rRNA targeting oligonucleotide probe to improve target organism specificity and lowers costs for detection of low-level E. coli/Shigella contamination.
Your Most Read Includes Hemocompatibility and 3D Bioprinting: January’s Top Advanced Healthcare Materials Papers
This month’s Advanced Healthcare Materials papers you have downloaded and read the most.
Biodegradability and biocompatibility studies show minimal cytotoxicity, particularly for covalently functionalized MoS2 nanosheets.
Red blood cells can be opened and resealed without affecting their functional characteristics, allowing scientists new opportunities in therapeutics and diagnostics.