K. Liang and co-workers demonstrate a zeolitic imidazolate framework-8 (ZIF-8) for preserving the cell life of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (baker’s yeast) and Micrococcus luteus in the presence of cytotoxic and antifungal agents.
Professor Xiaogang Qu’s team engineered an artificial metalloenzyme for efficient and friendly ERT of hyperuricemia.
In their recent review in Macromolecular Bioscience, Sören Reinhard and Ernst Wagner deal with the challenges in siRNA delivery and how they can be overcome.
Levkin and co-workers developed an advanced version of cell microarrays by creating patterns of superhydrophilic spots separated by superhydrophobic borders on a surface.
Check out the covers and top articles of the Reviews Special Issue in Molecular Nutrition & Food Research.
Cytometry Part A has recently published a special issue on High Throughput and High Content Imaging and Cellular Informatics.
So-called “biosensors” are sensors that detect or quantify biomolecules, such as glucose, proteins, or DNA.
A recently published feature article discusses the reasons for the poor targeting efficiency via polymeric micelles, and the approaches that have been explored to tackle this problem.
Biofunctionalized native spider silk fibers can be used in a wide spectrum of biomedical and biotechnological applications.
Researchers have developed a biosensor to detect Sortase A (SrtA) in chronic wounds to assist in early diagnosis of infection.