Cellulose nanofiber sheets enable analysis of EVs, and miRNAs within them, offering potential for cancer treatment and personalised medicine.
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Japanese researchers have designed a pure capped mRNA vaccine which has shown a better protein production in the immune system.
Researchers in Japan have succeeded in inhibiting cancer cell growth using pyrrolizidine alkaloid, a component of plant origin previously thought to be too toxic to administer.
Japanese researchers have formed ordered biological structures using protein needles, enabling protein self-assembly into lattice structures.
Researchers have found that colorectal cancer-associated fibroblasts can be altered using a gremlin 1-neutralising antibody or by overexpressing meflin.
Researchers have developed two small molecules which target two components of the circadian rhythm and could be used to lengthen the body clock.
Scientists have revealed new findings about the neural circuit involved in the reward stimulus, which plays a major role in drug dependence and psychological disorders.
Cells containing Meflin play a role in restraining the progression of pancreatic cancer and could lead to new therapies against the disease.
Imaging methods are used by scientists to identify therapeutic targets and improve drug efficacy. This article lists five of the latest developments for imaging techniques.