Researchers have reviewed lung-on-a-chip technologies, finding they are useful for representing the various disease pathologies.
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Researchers have discovered that thapsigargin has novel antiviral properties and is effective against COVID-19 in pre-clinical studies.
UKRI will provide £4 million in funding to establish a data infrastructure for scientists in the UK to study antibodies from COVID-19 patient samples.
Researchers have developed a new self-assembling three-dimensional (3D) ovarian cancer tumour model to recreate the in vitro disease more accurately.
Scientists have shown an innovative new biomaterial made of graphene oxide and proteins could be used to 3D print model vascular structures.
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An team of scientists at the University of Nottingham has developed a technique to produce chemically functional spider silk that can be tailored to applications used in drug delivery, regenerative medicine and wound healing.
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An expert group calls for greater attention to be paid to Irritable Bowel Syndrome revealing the far-reaching personal and economic impact of the disease...
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Results from a study showed that JQ1 slowed tumour growth and limited the number of blood vessels that were produced...
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The discovery could shed light on how prostate cancer spreads and provides a possible new target for the disease...
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Researchers from have identified the molecular mechanism that an adhesion protein of H. pylori uses to attach to stomach ulcers...