Researchers are increasingly interested in how a systems biology approach may be used to tackle multi-scale heart problems.
Gilbert X. Gonzalez tells how his lab are working on influenza vaccines that can overcome the problems of the seasonal influenza vaccine.
Inactivating viruses from biopharmaceutical source materials can be achieved with detergents. However, the frequently used detergent Triton X-100 is ecotoxic and must be replaced with eco-friendly alternatives.
A detailed protocol to assess microRNA function in explanted organs is presented.
A protocol for a unique high-throughput assay to identify novel small-molecule inhibitors of cell migration.
A new approach to prevent wound infections: Antimicrobial activities and microbial barrier properties can be designed in a single biopolymer.
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.
A 16S rRNA targeting oligonucleotide probe to improve target organism specificity and lowers costs for detection of low-level E. coli/Shigella contamination.
Results suggest that treatments targeting the activation of specific receptors may be efficacious in preventing the development or relapse of anorexia nervosa.
Effect of low-dose exposure to bisphenol A on carcinogenesis of breast cancer.
Researchers develop a highly effective DNA vaccine based on oscillating plasmonic gold nanoparticles for protection against the hepatitis C virus.
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.