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.
In 2019, CRISPR gene-editing therapy was used for the first time to treat sickle cell disease.
Pharmacists‐led interventions can significantly reduce medical risk factors, supporting the involvement of pharmacists as healthcare providers in managing patients with hypertension, diabetes and dyslipidaemia.
Nanoscale vesicles made from different block copolymers and functionalized with heparin represent a new design concept for polymer-based nanomimics.
A nanomimics concept based on block copolymer vesicles is evaluated with regard to molecular factors influencing antimalarial activity.
The use of micromechanical methods to reproduce and quantify tooth wear is reviewed and summarized
Silver(I) metallogels with nanotube and nanofiber structures show strong antibiotic properties.
Special issue on state-of-the-art analytical techniques available to researchers working with plasma deposition and modification of organic coatings.
Researchers launch new medical technology project investigating a cmposite structure made of silicone rubber for use as a cruciate ligament implant.
Researchers turn hydrogels into biocompatible optical fibers that can be functionalized for medical applications beyond endoscopy.
Dr. Mehdi Jorfi and Prof. E. Johan Foster review the applications of nanocellulose in various biomedical applications.
An MIT research group has developed highly flexible fiber probes for observation and stimulation of spinal cord activity.
Researchers develop an innovative method for using affordable, consumer-grade 3D printers and materials to fabricate custom medical implants.