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Swedish researchers have designed synthetic DNA that controls a cells’ protein production using AI.
Researchers have developed a ground-breaking microscopy technique that allows proteins, DNA, and other tiny biological particles to be studied in their natural state in a completely new way.
A novel artificial intelligence (AI) technique called ProteinGAN has shown success at studying well known proteins to develop new ones.
Researchers have identified that copper ions and their protein transporters, such as Atox1, are key to cancer cell movement and could be targeted by therapies.
A unique method for studying proteins has been developed which could open new doors for medicinal research.
By silencing genes, researchers have increased the protein production in yeast, laying the grounds for engineering better yeast production hosts for industries producing biopharmaceutical proteins and industrial enzymes.
A team of researchers have generated cartilage tissue by printing stem cells using a 3D-bioprinter...
Swedish researchers at Chalmers University of Technology and Sahlgrenska Academy have successfully induced human cartilage cells to live and grow in an animal model, using 3D bioprinting.
Drug developers sometimes think of imaging as an emerging discipline. But John Waterton, Paul Hockings, Juliana Maynard and Caleb Roberts explain how imaging biomarkers are transforming drug development. Francesco Gatto and Jens Nielsen, from the Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, discuss moving towards systems biomarkers for cancer diagnosis...