Scientists have developed a molecular shield that stabilizes near-infrared fluorescent dyes and enhances their functionality.
Cutting-edge fluorine-19 imaging of inflammation extends the frontiers of MRI.
At the core, this WIREs Nanomedicine & Nanobiotechnology review argues that innovators sought to deal with these uncertainties by building upon approved technologies, favoring scientifically crowded fields.
An e-tattoo measures cardiac health in two ways and can be monitored on a smartphone.
It is now possible to distinguish the pattern of DNA fragments of normal cells from cancerous cells within the blood of individuals with surgically-operable early stage cancers.1 Regions of the genome have their own local differences in cancer-specific,...
Diagnosing Ebola early is essential for improving survival rates and controlling the spread of the disease.
The human gut microbiome governs not only our physical health but mental well-being.
Upon viral infection, a tug of war is triggered between host cells and viruses to gain control of vital cellular functions.
OCT provides in vivo detection of bacterial biofilms in critical care patients to reduce the incidence of ventilator‐associated pneumonia.
Carbohydrates are abundant biomolecules with a strong tendency to form supramolecular networks.
Fruit flies are ideal for modeling complex genotypes and phenotypes and have significant potential in drug screening.
Photodynamic therapy combines light and a photosensitizer to generate reactive oxygen species to induce cellular damage.