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Organoids, lab-grown 3D structures that mimic human organs, are redefining preclinical research through bypassing the ethical and practical limitations of animal models. Technological advancements in organoid research, including automation and improved analytical tools, promise to unlock new possibilities by streamlining the application of these 3D structures to enhance drug development…
New Salk Institute, US, research could lead to the development of new HIV therapeutics that overcome resistance to existing drugs.
South Korean researchers have developed a hydrogel using a uterus-derived decellularised extracellular matrix, bringing hope for those challenged with infertility.
Novel 3D bioprinting process could save thousands of lives by streamlining the creation of tissue-compatible artificially engineered organs.
US researchers have created a digital map of sympathetic nervous system, in hope it will serve as a guide to treat cardiovascular conditions using bioelectronic devices
Researchers from China have formulated a robotics system that can access areas in the lung non-invasively before cancer diagnosis.
In this article, Drug Target Review’s Izzy Wood reviews some of the latest Alzheimer's disease research, highlighting the progress that has been made toward new, more unique therapeutic strategies against Alzheimer’s.
US researchers, using a 3D neural tissue model, found that compounds from green tea and resveratrol could diminish Alzheimer’s amyloid plaques in lab tests, with no side effects.
In this section, Dr Peter O’Toole, University of York, examines innovation in the field of microscopy for drug discovery and development research, while in an exclusive Q&A, Dr Michael Grange, Rosalind Franklin Institute, discusses the advantages of utilising cryo-electron tomography imaging.
Using a special laser-based 3D printing technique, researchers have produced micro-scaffolds with a diameter of less than a third of a millimetre, which can accommodate thousands of cells.
Researchers have shown that a new microneedle vaccine patch was 10 times stronger at generating an immune response in animals than a subcutaneous injection.