Nair and colleagues demonstrate that a tumor vaccine can be formulated by loading RNA into whole blood cells directly after blood draw.
Researchers at Texas A&M have observed dynamics that could otherwise be discounted as noise in DNA/small molecule interactions.
Dr. Xian-Zheng Zhang and co-workers have fabricated a biodegradable chimeric peptide for cancer therapy and real-time apoptosis imaging.
North American researchers have prepared luminescent core-shell nanoparticles from non-toxic silicon for use in biomedical imaging.
Researchers in Australia have developed a microscopic on-off light to help investigate how drug delivery systems interact with cells.
An interface that models inflammation and infection will allow researchers to investigate biomolecular dynamics changes in local microenvironments.
Researchers have reported a new method for detecting cancer cells, using SERS and fluorescence dual-encoded magnetic nanoprobes.
Researchers at Nankai University report the design and engineering of a recombinant protein that can be used for drug-delivering hydrogels.
Xuesi Chen and co-workers from the Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry explore the potential of combining chemotherapy with antiangiogenic therapy.