Artificial biomotors for in vivo therapeutic applications.
Arsenic trioxide is a promising novel latency-reversing agent to achieve the goal of eradicating HIV-1.
Brain organoids model normal human brain development and can be used to answer questions related to development, evolution, and disease.
Carbohydrates are abundant biomolecules with a strong tendency to form supramolecular networks.
Photodynamic therapy combines light and a photosensitizer to generate reactive oxygen species to induce cellular damage.
The Droplet Microarray (DMA) is a high-throughput platform for drug screening.
Novel biocompatible nanocapsules for combined nanocatalytic, photothermal, and chemotherapy.
Distinguishing tumors from normal brain cells is important in diagnosis and is particularly challenging in glioma (a type of tumor that occurs...
Aged tissues bear the hallmarks of chronic inflammation.
The immunoglobulin G scaffold can be engineered to increase stability, improve efficacy, and allow novel functionality as a potent anti‐cancer therapeutic.