One drug, three modes of action: Clinicians combat the drug resistances of some cancer types by using a combination of different drugs.
A new take on CRISPR allows researchers to “paint” cells and observe never-before-seen cellular processes in great detail.
Amoeboid cell microtransporters carry microcargo in an independent, self-organized fashion.
In situ synthesis of magnetic nanoparticles in a hydrogel and fabrication of a magnetic thermoresponsive hydrogel composite.
Multifunctional polylactide stomatocytes are engineered to mimic red blood cells.
Polymer physics is the basis to models that explain chromatin folding mechanisms.
Peptide research in Canada is highighted in a special issue of Peptide Science, guest edited by William D. Lubell.
Guanidine-based nanogels for durable antibacterial and bacterially antiadhesive textiles.
A single-molecule immunolabeling and co-immunoprecipitation method may lead to improved, personalized cancer treatment.
Understanding the interactions, permeability, and partitioning of drug delivery systems in ocular tissues can improve the drug retention time and bioavailability.
A team of researchers demonstrated the capability of RSOM for detailed, cross‐sectional visualization of microvascular changes in the skin in the volar and dorsal aspects of the human forearm in response to local hyperthermia.
Physical, chemical, and synthetic virology work together to reprogram viruses as controllable nanodevices.