A new automated fluorescence lifetime imaging plate reader has been used to study aggregation of HIV-1 Gag proteins.
Bioactive agents, such as synthetic drugs, proteins, and cells, can be encapsulated in biocompatible microcarriers for a variety of biological applications.
Researchers have developed a network of nanoscale particles that can be injected into the body and release insulin when blood-sugar levels rise.
A new biomaterial for heart tissue regeneration, resembling live cardiac tissue in key characteristics, has been reported.
Researchers report the application of TRPT and fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) for heparin sensing and bioimaging.
Novel pH sensitive brush copolymers with biodegradable polyphosphoester side chains for use as nonviral gene vectors have been developed.
Nanoparticles can cross the blood-brain barrier and send a significantly increased level of AZTTP to HIV-infected cells.