New research has uncovered insights into the mechanisms that underlie prostate cancer, providing potential targets for new cancer therapies.
Scientists from Russia, Britain and Ukraine have created nanocapsules that can be packaged hazardous substances and deliver them to the tumor or affected organs without killing other tissues. Their description was presented in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.
Study finds that natural killer cells engineered with chimeric antigen receptors are equally effective and bring different advantages with less toxicity
Intelligent nanomaterials bridge the conventional concepts of "molecule" and "nano" in the bioimaging field.
Thanks to the research of magnetic levitation in the conditions of microgravity, a new technology for 3D printing of biological tissues was developed. In the future, this technology will help to create radiation-sensitive biological constructs and repair damaged tissues and human organs.