How a combinatorial approach to assessing coronary heart disease could improve diagnosis.
Different glycosylation patterns in patients with idiopathic REM sleep behavior disorder could predict the future onset of neurodegenerative disease.
An iridium-based photodynamic drug accumulates in cancer cell nuclei – and destroys them from within.
How iPSC-derived 3D organoids and high-throughput histology opens a new door to personalized medicine development and testing.
Recycled and reused: scientists develop a library to help teach old drugs new tricks.
A new tool in the pathologist’s arsenal may allow 3D imaging of tissues and organs.
How a 3D-printed chemical absorber could pave the way for higher chemotherapy doses – or lower risks.
How the RNA transcriptome of circulating neutrophils could hold the key to identifying intracranial aneurysms – before they rupture.
A new approach may hold the key to preventing deadly brain bleeds - an optical lens capable of imaging blood vessels in real time.
A magnetic wire inserted into a vein captures circulating tumor cells and cell-free tumor DNA
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