A research team highlights a new strategy in anti-cancer drug development.
Researchers use radio-based imaging to monitor stent implants without invasive techniques.
A research team combats antibiotic-resistant superbugs by administering antibiotics together with metformin.
Microfluidic oxygenators provide support to patients with low blood oxygen levels during respiratory distress, and advancements in technology are making them more portable and user-friendly.
Micro- and nanoparticle-based drug delivery systems are revolutionizing medicine, from minimizing the toxicity of therapeutics to improving their efficacy.
A new tool can diagnose sepsis in less than fifteen minutes, even with a very low concentration of biomarkers.
Convolutional neural networks provide stronger predictive performances for pharmacological assays compared to traditional machine learning models.
Understanding changes to the spike protein’s structure is critical to the development of an effective vaccine.
New imaging technique sheds light on the mysterious life cycle of giant viruses.
Scientists are finding safer ways to keep drug-loaded microrobots attached to cancer tissue.
Researchers at Houston Methodist Research Institute discuss how quantitative, non-invasive imaging can aid in developing novel tools for diagnosis and therapy.
Identifying patient-specific response to cancer immunotherapy is urgently needed to maximize therapeutic benefit for as many people as possible.